“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Tamra Judge reveals her recent “comeback” during Monday night’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
After winning her first Muscle Mania fitness competition in 2016, the 50 year old, and mother of four admits it was time for a reward. To celebrate her 10th year on Real Housewives of Orange County, Judge goes for a new look.
On Monday’s night show, Tamra opened up about her facelift. She took her new look to instagram on Tuesday, and shared her post-surgery recovery.
She tells Cohen the images she shared on Instagram are all images from the week of her surgery.
Tamra also went ahead and shared the details for her surgery on Instragram. “I’m getting an overwhelming amount of messages about my [surgery]. I thought I’d post some of your answers here. My doctors name is Dr. Milind Ambe of Newport Beach… you’ve probably seen him on the show before,” she wrote on her caption.
Tamra Judge tells Cohen her facelift was only done two weeks ago, and the staples for her incisions were taken out only two days before sitting down with Cohen.
After competing for Muscle Mania fitness competition, the reality star lost large amounts of body fat, resulting in loose skin. Her doctor suggested she either gain 10 percent of body fat or have her skin pulled, and she did just that.
The reality star told Cohen, she prefers a facelift instead of having fillers. “I’m not a big fan of the fillers because I feel like you look like a Cabbage Patch Kid, so I say pull it, don’t plump it!”, said Judge.
The entrepreneur said she was “taking it back to season 3” of Real Housewives of Orange County. With a fresh and younger look the reality star couldn’t be happier.
Judge’s good friend Shannon Beador made headline news on Monday. Shannon took it to Instagram to admit she gained 40 pounds. “I have not had plastic surgery or filler, it’s just plain and simple weight gain”, she said in an Instagram picture posted Monday. She continues, “Gaining weight and trying to take it off is a struggle that most women will face at some point in their lives.”