Are y’all ready to see some house porn? They may have missed their March move-in deadline, but Heather Dubrow and husband Terryon the home stretch of finishing their dream mansion. Like the Real Housewives of Orange County couple, the home is small and understated, with just enough space for their family of six. And a hundred other people…and a tree…in the basement. I’m not positive, but I think their master bedroom is bigger than my entire house.
As furniture slowly but surely makes it way into the giant abode, dubbed Dubrow Chateau, the Botched star reveals he hasn’t been to the site in weeks. Heather insists her husband stay out of the construction phase because she doesn’t want his “constructive” (haha!) criticism. Of course, we’re sure to be treated to progress updates when the RHOC season debuts on June 20th. In the meantime, you can check out a video tour from Heather. I’m not going to say the rooms are so enormous that her voice echos, but…the rooms are so big her voice echos.
In my opinion, Heather Dubrow and Dr. Terry Dubrow are really epitomizing #RelationshipGoals. They complement each other so perfectly and work so nicely together. Yes, they definitely comprise a great partnership, but Heather has also benefited from her husband being a plastic surgeon since she is his favorite patient. I will never forget the two of them bleeding after putting leeches on their bodies during an episode of Real Housewives of Orange County.
And they both look amazing all the time, so I just want to know what it is that they do to maintain their looks. Thankfully for fans such as myself, the Dubrows have a book coming out called Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig Present the Only Guide You’ll Need to the Best Anti-Aging Treatments and it is exactly what it sounds like: an inside look at the best anti-aging treatments.
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If you thought that the first two seasons of Botched were crazy, you haven’t seen anything yet! Everyone’s favorite reality TV doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassifwill be back for even more corrective surgeries. Get ready because Season 3 of Botched will be back on May 10 at 9PM and E! just released a trailer to tide you over until the premiere. And once again, it looks a super juicy season is on its way.
Just when you thought that the cases could not get any stranger on this show, they definitely do. It seems like there is no surgery that these doctors are afraid to take on. One patient describes the duo as the “ultimate tag team” and she is so right. Not only do these two balance each other out on the operating table, but they really do have such great chemistry to deliver some great television. Plus, it really seems like they are willing to take on almost any challenge when it comes to helping their patients.
About Brooks‘ subsequent statement, Heather adds, “This is what is so crazy about it, he doesn’t admit to faking cancer, he admits to fabricating documents. So, the way he worded his statement was basically saying, ‘I didn’t intend to show my own medical records, so for the story and television purposes, I made up documents. I doctored these documents, to show on the show, because I did not want to show my own medical records.’ Which makes no sense to me at all.”
In a world full of plastic surgery, things are bound to go wrong. So, what happens when your simple procedure turns out to be a nightmare? Well, if you’re lucky, you head on over to see renowned plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow, in an attempt to fix the damage caused by plastic surgery gone wrong. That’s what viewers tune into each week on E!’s hit show, Botched.
Now, if you’re a fan of the show, you’re about to get even more excited. You see, E! announced recently that it plans to air a Botched spin-off, called Botched by Nature. It’s just like the original, but with a few differences.
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The 3-part series will follow select episodes of E!’s new season of Botched, Oct. 13, 20, and 27, in which her hubby Terry Dubrow and fellow plastic surgeon, Paul Nassif, attempt to repair the questionable work of plastic surgeons who have gone before them.