Thirty-eight-year-old reality star June Shannon aka Mama June is completely unrecognizable. She has dropped a remarkable 300 pounds after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery and recently showed off her slim body as she stepped out in Atlanta, Georgia. The former Her Comes Honey Boo Boo‘s star showed off her huge smile as she stocked up on toys for her kids. Mama June looked happier than ever, and the public is quite shocked by the way she looks.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is a reality television series that aired on TLC featuring the family of child beauty pageant contestant Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson. The show premiered on August 8, 2012, and ended on August 14, 2014. The show is about Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson and “Mama” June Shannon’s family’s adventures in the town of McIntyre, Georgia. The reality series has received mainly negative reviews from television critics.
The star wore a loose grey shirt, leggings, white sneakers, and a pair of sunglasses propped over her eyes. Looking proud, she carried a toy in her hand. It was definitely a whole new mama.
Mama has made no secret of her battle to lose weight, even invited fans to join her on the weight loss journey the story of which is told in her reality series, Mama June: From Not To Hot
When she first started filming From Not To Hot, she had slimmed down to 352 pounds
However, she was asked to lose 20o more. The star ended the series weighing in at 132 pounds.
Her goal was to look stunning in a red dress while attending her ex Sugar Bear’s wedding to Jennifer Lamb last February
The TV star underwent several surgeries to look as good as she does now. She first had a gastric sleeve surgery, followed by breast augmentation and skin removal surgery
Mama June spoke to Dr. Oz on The Dr. Oz Show about her transformation and confessed that one of the best things about her weight loss is that her back doesn’t hurt anymore.
“I mean, going around Times Square where my back doesn’t hurt as much, you know, being here… being able to spend time,” she explained.
She continues: “It’s a daily struggle. I’ve had the gastric sleeve. I’ve had the skin removal surgery. But who would think, ‘Oh, that’s just a fix,’ you know what I’m saying? Trust me, it’s work. You have to work put the work into it because if you don’t, there’s no sense in spending the money and having the stuff done.”
Here‘s how Mama June’s mother criticised her.