Mama June Weight Loss: Viewers Notice Fat Suit, Prosthetics In 'Mama June: From Not To Hot' First Episode
With all the advocates for embracing women's body no matter what shape and size, Hollywood is still a difficult barrier to break as most of the women celebrities still do their best to maintain a sexy, curvy figure. Celebrity weight loss remains to be a popular discussion among the fans and one of the most talked about pound-shedding recently is Mama June's weight loss.
According to Life & Style Weekly, Mama June returns to reality TV as a whole new woman in "Mama June: From Not To Hot." Viewers previously followed her life as the doting mom of Honey Boo Boo in "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo." "Mama June" From Not To Hot" will follow Mama June's weight loss journey and will reveal all the ups and downs that the reality star went through as she struggled to reach her weight goal.
The reality show featuring Mama June's weight loss journey premiered on Feb. 24. However, as early as now, "Mama June: From Not To Hot" is reportedly getting a lot of flak from the viewers because of its alleged lack of reality. According to US Weekly, numerous viewers of the new reality TV show have noticed that Mama June seems to be wearing a fat suit. Now the viewers are excusing the showrunners that they made the reality star wear a fat suit to exaggerate the weight loss results.
Some viewers took to social media their opinions and observations after watching "Mama June: From Not To Hot." Most of the fans observed that Mama June's weight loss may have already taken place during the filming of the "before" scenes and episodes which entailed the showrunners to make the 37-year old reality star wear prosthetics on her face and body.
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