These shady boots were made for walking and I’m pretty sure Jen Shah will be wearing them on Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. As viewers prepare to wallow in snowcapped mountains and faux fur, the franchise premiers on Bravo this week. New shows mean new faces and we all know, once some people see what they look like in high-definition television, they return for a second year with some nips and tucks.
Jen is out here doing the Lord’s work. When I say “the Lord’s work”, I mean talking smack. If you’ve watched the RHOSLC trailer, you know Jen is absolutely not a wallflower. She isn’t particularly soft spoken or afraid to share her feelings. Thankfully, sharing is caring and before we get the first episode, Jen is sharing her thoughts on plastic surgery. According to Jen, you did not wake up like that, honey.
Jen says the plastic surgery scene in Utah is on fire. Salt Lake City is the headquarters for the Mormon religion, where ardent followers refrain from things that are not pure to one’s vessel. One of the church’s scripture states Mormons believe God revealed foods and substances that are good and bad for people to consume. Liquor, tobacco, tea and coffee were prohibited. My vessel just bailed. However, there are no current notes on silicone! I guess that means it’s cool to Botox yourself into a full Disney character.
Jen spoke with Page Six and shines a light on what’s really going down in SLC doctor’s offices. “They’re all getting boob jobs. They’re all getting vagina rejuvenation. If they are saying they’re not, they’re lying.” Look, you can love the Lord and claim chastity as a virtue overall, but why should that stop you from getting a fine pair of double-Ds?
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Jen shared, “But it’s very interesting here. If you talk to people, they’re like, ‘Oh, no, I woke up like this. I don’t get anything done.’ And it’s like, ‘F—k yes, you do! You get it done just like I do, you do too, okay? You did not wake up like that. Stop!’” With all due respect, very shortly this group of women will have a bunch of highly-skilled fan detectives finding out every little detail of their lives. Plastic surgery is going to be on their short list of things to find out…
But Jen believes in transparency. We’ll see how that works out for her going forward. “I wish people would be more open, because I just want to know where to go. Save me 10 bad Botox jobs. Just tell me where to go … ‘Hey, you want an eyebrow lift? You want Botox? You want your lips injected? Here’s where you go.’ I wish somebody would tell me that, because I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t wake up like this.” Does this sound more like personal insecurity? Pro-tip, don’t show your…