Kim Zolciak on how she and Brielle are getting Botox and fillers: Atlanta opened up

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For all of you who have been desperately worried about Kim Zolciak-Biermann’s face, worry no more! While appearing on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen along with Gizelle Bryant, Andy asked Kim if she was showing us her natural face, given the Stay At Home orders during our global pandemic. Even with Kim sitting four feet away from the camera, a blind person could tell you that we were not looking at anything that occurs in nature. And sure enough, Kim confirmed it by reminding Andy that Atlanta was ‘open’, and that she and her 23-year-old daughter, Brielle, had been first in line at their doctor’s for a general face plumping.

“No, Andy. So Atlanta opened up,” Kim responded, reminding Andy that Georgia had opened up a few weeks ago and she’s been able to visit doctor’s offices. “[Daughter Brielle] and I both were [the doctor’s] first. She did my Botox, touched up my lips a little bit. I get migraines just in general, so the Botox actually really helps me in the back of my neck here and [my forehead], so that’s kind of my goal. I mean, I am getting old. I’ll be 42 on Tuesday.”

She continued, “Brielle did her lips, touched up her lips. She wanted to outline the actual lip itself, so that pops. There’s a fine balance. Brielle‘s 23, honey, she’s going to do, no matter what, what she wants to do. …Neither one of us are overly happy with our lips right now so it’s a work in progress, but yeah, they’re gone, they’re pretty much gone.”

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But, wait – I thought Brielle was going for a more natural lip look these days? How long did her au naturel experiment last, four months? Anyway, none of this is too surprising. Of course Kim was camped out on her doctor’s stoop. She very clearly paid a visit to her nail technician and hair extensionist as well. If Kim is being honest about relying on Botox to help with migraines, I’ll cut her a little slack. Having suffered another one Sunday night, I’d let a Murder Hornet bite me if there was proof it would keep me from getting another. But I think it’s safe to say that migraines are only a part of the reason Kim made a beeline to her nearest injectable stand.

There’s not much more depth to the interview than that. Kim talked about the uncertainty of Ariana attending Arizona State University now that the curriculum might all be online for the foreseeable future. Kim went through a whole thought process of maybe moving to Arizona if Ariana goes, but I missed most of it because the giant white-polished talons she kept waving around as she spoke distracted me. But right before they signed off, Kim sincerely asked Andy how he was feeling post his bout with COVID and then they talked about his son and Anderson Cooper’s son. And in those brief moments, it is the realest I have ever seen either of them, it was actually kind of refreshing. Like, the two phoniest people on the planet canceled each other out to sound like genuine humans with actual human feelings.


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  1. Astrid says:

    The Kim’s of the world are morphing into space aliens.

    • Züri says:

      Right? I don’t understand how anyone thinks that it’s an attractive look. Between the cosmetic procedures, fake lashes, and pounds of makeup, most of these 20- and 30-somethings look older than me. It’s a decision to look this plastic. I’m 43 and have the smallest amount of Botox between my brows as well as the smallest dose of Juvederm to fill light lip lines. You can’t tell that I’ve had anything done beyond looking slightly refreshed and on the rare occasions I do wear lipstick, it looks better. My doctor wouldn’t do more on me if I asked, so these women are clearly going to doctors who just want the money and don’t think of how plastic they end up looking.

  2. S808 says:

    Their surgeon should be jailed. Their faces looked botched beyond belief.

    • Erinn says:

      And when she’s talking about the ‘outlining’ of the daughters lips. When has that EVER looked good? I think it’s one of the ugliest trends out there in terms of fillers/plastic surgery. I get why some people change their lips – if you have some really unbalanced lips and you have the money, evaluate the risks, and go for it that’s cool with me. If it makes you feel better that’s fine assuming you’ve done your homework and are getting a competent doctor. But the BEST lip injections don’t look like lip injections. And so few people get them done with a light hand.

      • Safina says:

        I get them done maybe twice a year? My PS is SO light handed no one can tell but me (that’s how I want it). As someone who gets it done occasionally I can say that those 2 are CONSTANTLY getting them done on a monthly basis. There’s so much in there. It doesn’t looks good! I am all about doing what makes you happy so it’s hard for me to criticize but they both look so much better without it.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      she looked weird in the video stills, and in the shilling of protein powder pic, but the one of her and her (?) husband is downright FREAKY. her face looks horrible and yes completely botched. like a rubber mask version of herself that you’d get at a Halloween store.


      if I were her husband I’d jump out of my skin waking up next to that.

      her daughter’s face isn’t that much better. she looks like a Real Doll in that pic. though I’ll give her credit, she looks great as a brunette.

  3. ccsays says:

    Personally I think these frozen kabuki mask faces that they all get are incredibly aging and painful looking. How sad to be injecting that s**t into your face at 23.

  4. Daisyfly says:

    God, do I feel sorry for the women. They’ll never know what it’s like to be loved or accepted for who they are…because they never stop changing what they are.

  5. julia says:

    I’m 38. I have some wrinkles under my eyes, crows feet are slowly forming. I was a sun worshiper, smoker, and I’m a recovering alcoholic. I still think I look about 15 years younger than Kim. And 10 years older than her daughter. They look atrocious. All I can think about is how uncomfortable it feels when a clay mask dries on my face and I can hardly move it. Their faces must feel like that all the time!

  6. Trillion says:

    Do they really have fans? Why?

  7. ooshpick says:

    not attractive.

  8. MellyMel says:

    Kim used to be pretty when RHOA first started (minus the bad wigs). She has seriously ruined her face. I’m not gonna get started on Brielle…girl never had a chance.

  9. Lotus says:

    Her poor daughter’s, to be raised by a woman whose main concern is looks cant be good for them.

  10. Becky says:

    I don’t understand her appeal. She impossibly vulgar and will do anything for a dollar. She is desperate to achieve Kardashian level status but it will never happen. Kim, your look is reminding me of Mae West.

  11. Jensies says:

    Lol because my dad gets Botox for migraines and the Botox isn’t put in the same places as cosmetic at all. It’s in the temples and maybe neck. So she’s full of it.

  12. shanaynay says:

    They are both grotesque. Quite scary looking. There should be a limit as to how much work you’re allowed to get done to your face and lips.

  13. L4frimaire says:

    Those plumped up lips all look weird, like they can’t properly close their mouths. Permanent trout pout.

  14. JennyJenny says:

    The woman is a pathological liar. I don’t believe a word about her migraines. She is a grifter and will shill anything on Instagram to make a buck.
    I truly feel so sad for her children, the younger ones.

  15. LunaSF says:

    Why why why would you want to look like that? It’s just so odd to me! I guess if they are happy with it…..I’m worried about the long term affects of all this excessive filler. Do we even know what it does to our bodies long-term? Especially if you start getting them at such a young age? There has to be some downside IMO. I just don’t believe that we can inject foreign substances into our bodies in such large amounts for so long without it affecting our health somehow.

    • Shannon Bullock says:

      Most fillers are just hyaluronic acid, which is produced by the body naturally (just not in large quantities in the lips). The really concerning side effects are acute, meaning they would happen within a week of injection. They are rare but serious.

  16. JC says:

    I do not get this “IG filtered look” trend. I DO NOT GET IT! It doesn’t look good. The little “whoville” nose, shiny hard faces. I hate it.

  17. Pzc says:

    Botox for migraines goes in the back of the neck so isn’t cosmetic at all.

  18. Shannon Bullock says:

    Medical Botox application for migraines is quite different than cosmetic application. For migraines you get stuck with a needle 30-40 times all along the back of the neck and sides of the head, as well as across the forehead in straight lines (not in the “V” shape that is used to get rid of forehead lines). It’s also usually performed by highly trained doctors (neurologists) so insurance will cover it. It’s not really the same client base that pays cash for cosmetic injections.