Mama June channels Marilyn Monroe after drastic weight loss in new photo she shares
Mama June looks much better after recent health issues have emerged after previous episodes of her reality TV show.
Mama June Shannon could be heared saying 'I could go blind.' in a recent episode of her very own reality TV show.
Cameras showed the reality star being worried of going blind just after having an emergency eye urgery.
Mama June ended up in an eye patch, where she was later on diagnosed with a re-detached retina.
Fans know how hard of a time this is for her, after June, 38, was seen trying to lose a massive amount of weight in her show's first season, and was seen recovering from an eye surgery just an episode before this one.
June was rushed to the emergency room by her boyfriend Geno and daughter Alana 'Honey Boo Boo' after waking up without vision in both of her eyes.
She was worried sick, and was caught saying:
"What if I lose sight in my good eye? I went totally blind in my right eye four years ago! I don't want to lose my independency!"
Fans of her show 'Mama June: From Not to Hot', will see her notice that her vision is blurred during a family trip to Costco. She is seen being rescued by the show's production crew after noticing that her vision was impaired.
She was seen sitting in an electric shopping cart driven by her daughter Alana 'Honey Boo Boo' Thompson.
However, a few weeks after the episode was aired, it seems that Mama June is doing much better, even sharing a photo of her channeling Marilyn Monroe.
Just like many other celebrities, she shared a photo for International Woman's Day.
"Happy International Women’s Day...be the best you can be! #internationalwomensday #mamajune"
Very proud of who she is, June posed confidently in a white dress, all made up with red lipstick. On her arms she wore multiple bracelets, as she placed both of her hands on her hips as she smiled for the camera.
Mama June encouraged her fans through her caption, asking them to be the best they can be. International Women's Day is a day used to celebrate the strong, confident, and bold women from around the world, empowering each other to strive for excellence every day.