Maybe Heather was too traumatized by her “visceral reaction” to Kelly Dodd‘s “low-base bullshit” to go down that road again. Or maybe she just wanted to give Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif additional press for Botched By Nature. Heather went on the road with the duo last weekend to promote the show, and shared some antics about working with Paul and Terry.
It’s official. I absolutely adore Paul Nassifand Terry Dubrow. On last night’s Botched by Nature, the good doctors head to the Alamo and help a war veteran, all the while enjoying television’s most amazing bromance. In Texas, Rosa is beside herself to meet the men (as I would be!) who want to help her after suffering burns from a lightning strike. After surviving two tours in Iraq, Rosa returned home to be struck during a storm. Her clothes caught fire, she went into cardiac arrest, and she was in a coma for two weeks. That is my biggest fear.
Over twenty-eight percent of Rosa’s body is covered in burns and the underwire in her bra fused into her skin during the incident. She is hopeful that Terry can fix her breasts as well as a shoddy tummy tuck she endured a year after her accident. Unfortunately, Terry and Paul are not able to do much about the scar tissue on her chest, but they can even out her breasts, remove the scar from the bra underwire, and smooth out her stomach. Both men are humbled by Rosa’s service and want to be able to give her something in return.
While Bravo is busy airing the Olympics this week, Lifetime and E! are still up and running with new episodes of our favorite reality shows! Tonight we have all new episodes of Botched by Nature, Little Women: LA and Little Women: Atlanta! If you haven’t already, it’s the perfect night to check out one of the three shows since there’s no new Real Housewives of New York!
Tonight on Little Women: LA, Elena Gant leaves the hospital after welcoming her twin babies, who are still in the NICU. Christy McGinty’s daughter Autumn is rushed to the hospital with a health scare. Tonya’s new and improved Boss Body Active Wear line is ready for its debut, but Terra Jole voices concern over the new logo. Plus, Kerwin puts pressure on Tonya about ending her business partnership.
Who tuned in to watch the premiere of Botched by Nature last night? Did you get teary? Were you lusting after that froyo? Isn’t Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif’s bromance just the bee’s knees? In case you’d forgotten (I’ll never forget!), I got to interview both gentleman about the show, and I still don’t think I’ve quite recovered from the adorableness of it all! Naturally, I was super excited to get to recap the new season for y’all. So let’s get started, shall we?
Last night’s episode featured Sabrina and Nate, and had the doctors heading to Vegas (baby!) and California farmland. Their road trip begins in Las Vegas to meet with Sabrina who suffered dramatic weight loss due to an autoimmune disorder. After feeling insure about her flatter chest, Sabrina opted for implants. However, because of her ulcerative colitis (I’m going to be googling how to spell medical terms all season!) which affects her colon and large intestine, the implants were pushed far up her chest into an awkward and painful position. Sabrina is thrilled to meet the doctors, and Terry introduces himself as “Terry Dubrow” to Sabrina and her friends, while Paul is more formal with his “I’m Dr. Nassiff.”