Heather Dubrow sparked weight concern and Ozempic rumors with a series of new photos shared earlier this week from BravoCon.
As she attended the three-day fan event, the Real Housewives of Orange County cast member, 54, posted a couple of photos of herself with her fellow Bravolebrities, including co-stars Tamra Judge, 56, and Taylor Armstrong, 53, Real Housewives of Miami star Alexia Echevarria, 56, Real Housewives of Dubai‘s Caroline Stanbury, 47, and Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Sheree Whitfield, 53.
“Friends, fans & FANCY PANTS (literally),” Heather wrote with her slideshow of photos.
In the images that accompanied Heather’s post, the RHOC cast member was seen wearing a white Prada crop top, silver “fancy pants,” and silver heels. But, it wasn’t the outfit that got the attention of her fans and followers.
Following the sharing of the posts, Heather was bombarded by worried IG users.
“Oh Heather! Please put some weight on. So unhealthy!” one person wrote.
“Fancy pants needs to eat,” said another.
“Damn. Almost every face is an Ozempic face,” a third person wrote.
Meanwhile, another user said, “Heather’s ribs are showing.”
“Heather, you’re one of my faves so no shade honestly.. but girl [you’re] too skinny,” shared someone else.
Then, as another person pointed out that they could “see [Heather’s] bones,” Heather was labeled as “too thin” by a different fan.
“Not a good look Heather,” someone else agreed. “When your ribs show, maybe crop tops are not the thing you [should] be favoring anymore.”
Another IG user stated, “Heather you look UNHEALTHY.”
As RHOC fans may have seen, both Heather and her plastic surgeon husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow, 65, have openly defended the use of Ozempic as a number of Heather’s fellow Real Housewives, including RHOC‘s Emily Simpson, 47, have admitted to using it.
“I’m over this whole Ozempic-shaming thing, and I’m also over people asking, ‘Are you on Ozempic?’” Heather told Us Weekly in August. “Would you ask someone, ‘Are you on a beta-blocker? Cholesterol? What are your statins? What’s that looking like?’ It’s private medical information. I don’t think it’s anyone’s business.”
That same month, Terry too encouraged the end of “Ozempic shaming.”