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Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi doesn’t “see a reason to hide” her 30-pound weight loss while taking Ozempic.
The “Shahs of Sunset” star recently told Entertainment Tonight that she “obviously didn’t look like this two months ago.”
The 41-year-old explained that while “some people like to say” they “quit drinking alcohol” to slim down, she is not a “liar” and would rather “just talk about it.”
After all, “there [are] so many people out there who want to do the same thing or they want to learn about what you did,” Gharachedaghi added.
The reality star admitted that she is still “a little hungry” on semaglutide, saying, “Look, I’m gonna go smoke a little pot and I’m gonna eat.”
Gharachedaghi first admitted to using the antidiabetic medication in February, calling out other stars for keeping their weight-loss secrets under wraps.
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“If you see people out there who just got skinny so fast all of a sudden and claimed they got healthy for the first time in their lives … most likely, they’re just doing the shots,” she said via Instagram at the time. “It’s not rocket science.”
While the Bravo personality had only lost 11 pounds at the time, she gave a glimpse of her “newly updated body” in a mirror selfie Friday.
Last week, Gharachedaghi opened up about suffering from dark circles after losing “so much weight from semaglutide — thank God,” saying she looked “old” now that the “fat disappeared under” her skin.
While some praised her decision to get fillers, calling Gharachedaghi “ridiculously gorgeous” in the comments, other social media users accused her face of looking “sunken in” and begged her to “stop.”
Gharachedaghi is not the only Bravolebrity to have owned up to the injections, with multiple “Real Housewives of New Jersey” stars coming clean to Andy Cohen.
In April, Dolores Catania told the “Watch What Happens Live” host she “got on the bandwagon” because she didn’t want to “come to the reunion looking any bigger than anyone else.”
As for her co-star Jennifer Fessler, she admitted to using peptides, a variation of Ozempic, on “WWHL” the previous month.
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