Brandi Glanville, 48, former RHOBH looks unrecognizable during a TV interview just months after denying plastic surgery rumors
- In 2018, Brandi said her altered appearance had occurred after a botched laser hair removal procedure had caused permanent nerve damage resulting in partial face ‘paralysis.’
- She said at the time: ‘Everyone wants to know why my top lip doesn’t move. I had laser hair removal, I got a third-degree burn.
- ‘That is why I have some nerve damage and scar tissue, so I talk out of the side of my mouth.’
- ‘My face on the right side doesn’t move the way my face on the left side moves. If you don’t like it, suck my d***.’
Brandi, is that you?
Former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star and favorite shit-stirrer Brandi Glanville looked unrecognizable in a recent interview with Australia’s “The Morning Show.”
Brandi’s new look didn’t go unnoticed by fans, with one commenting, “Honey, just say ‘NO’ to #plasticsurgery!!!”
Another added, “Omg, so much plastic surgery is not good.”
Brandi clapped back via Twitter on Thursday to explain her new look, blaming second-degree burns she suffered in December for her face changes.
This isn’t the first time fans have slammed the “Unfiltered” podcast host has had work done, but the 48-year-old has previously denied it.
“first off, you are mean,” she tweeted over the summer after an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.”
“I do look bad, but I haven’t done anything to my face. I was watching makeup tutorials and trying not to use so much blush and please f–k off hater [sic].”
She also noted in a now-deleted tweet that she “had to do [her] own makeup & we had virtual lighting.”
The mother of two has admitted to getting fillers in the past and even copped to having a beauty blunder in 2018.
“Everyone wants to know why my top lip doesn’t move. Right here, you see a little white circle,” she said at the time. “I had laser hair removal on my upper lip about 2009. Maybe 8? I got a third-degree burn, and my face on the right side doesn’t move the way my face on the left side moves.”
In true Glanville fashion, she added, “This is why I have some nerve damage and scar tissues, so I talk out of the side of my mouth. You don’t like it, suck my d–k.”