Mama June Shannon Before and After: Look After Complete Her Weight Loss Journey with Photos
On the TLC reality show Toddlers in Tiaras, we first met Mama June Shannon and her daughter Alana Thompson (aka Honey Boo Boo). June, Alana, and the rest of the family have since had their own spin-off reality series (anyone remembers Here Comes Honey Boo Boo?) and have become well-known in the public eye. Mama June’s dramatic physique transformation, on the other hand, thrust her into the limelight.
Mama June has been quite open about her weight loss journey, to the point where she has created a new television show, Mama June: From Not to Hot, based on it. It hasn’t been an easy road for her, from hiring a personal trainer to altering her eating habits to undergoing surgery.
As much as we urge everyone to love themselves, there’s nothing wrong with making adjustments to feel more confident, as long as no one harms themselves or does it for the benefit of someone else. In June, both inside and out, there are significant changes. Here are 15 photographs that show how far she’s come.
Mama June Shannon before and after
Mama June’s (born June Shannon) journey into the spotlight was a big change for her. Mama June was frequently photographed by paparazzi, as seen in this shot. But she was soon ready to try something new, and she began to place a greater emphasis on her physical health and well-being.
Mama June became the star of Mama June: From Not to Hot after her and her daughter’s sitcom, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. Mama June fully turned into a knockout on the show, which followed the reality star’s overall lifestyle evolution. Mama June was fully prepared to embrace a new chapter in her life now that she had the skills she needed to take care of herself and feel wonderfully gorgeous.
Mama June’s relationship with boyfriend Geno Doak, on the other hand, took a dramatic turn. June and Geno were detained for drug possession, as well as drug paraphernalia, in March of this year. June essentially vanished from the lives of her daughters. Thankfully, the star’s fortunes appear to be improving. June announced her 11-month drug-free streak in December 2020.
Mama June’s Personality
Honey Boo first aired on TLC in 2012. Mama June, her daughters, and Sugar Bear, Mama June’s partner, were all featured in the show. Mama June’s true self was revealed to the public at this point.
Mama June’s Personality
Honey Boo Boo first aired on TLC in 2012. Mama June, her daughters, and Sugar Bear, Mama June’s partner, were all featured in the show. Mama June’s true self was revealed to the public at this point.
Her First Steps
In the summer of 2015, Mama June embarked on a weight-loss journey. She gained notoriety after losing 60 pounds with the help of a celebrity trainer.
Surgery is the next step
Mama June decided to pursue surgical alternatives in 2016 to help her lose weight. Her decision was made in a very open manner.
Mama June began filming a new television show on her shifting figure later that year. In February of 2017, the film Mama June: From Not to Hot debuted.
June Thompson, better known as June Edith “Mama June” Shannon, was born in McIntyre, Georgia, on August 10, 1979. Her parents split when she was two years old, Sandra Hundley and Marvin Shannon. Joanne Shannon, Joanie Shannon (now McDonald), and James Edward Shannon are her siblings, while Michelle Shannon and Nicole Shannon are her half-siblings. During her childhood, she struggled with cataracts. June became legally blind as a result of cataracts that went untreated.
When June was fourteen years old, she fell pregnant with her first child, Anna. She dropped out of high school after giving birth a few days after her fifteenth birthday. Later in life, she was able to complete her GED. Jessica, Lauryn, and Alana are June’s other daughters.
June and her Shannon family first appeared on TLC’s reality show “Toddlers & Tiaras” in 2012. Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Shannon, June’s youngest daughter, would compete in beauty pageants for fun on occasion, and the show followed the mother-daughter combination through numerous events. Alana’s outgoing demeanor and sense of humor made her a fan favorite, and she and her family were given their own TLC spinoff show. The first season of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” aired on August 8, 2012, and lasted four seasons. It lasted four seasons, from 2011 to 2014. In the middle of the fifth season, the show’s production was abruptly halted. In April 2017, the show’s completed fifth season episodes were shown.