Dr. Paul Nassif will soon make his E! Network debut in “Botched” alongside fellow “Real Housewives” husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow.
On the show, Dr. Nassif and Dr. Dubrow help victims of botched plastic surgeries get their lives back.
“World renowned doctors Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow — the best of the best and leaders in their field — will be tasked with some of the most difficult operations of their careers when they try to reverse the effects of horrendous plastic surgeries,” according to the press release..
In each one hour episode, Dr. Nassif and Dr. Dubrow will be challenged to repair their clients’ surgeries, which, at first glance, appear to be unfixable. After consulting with the clients and developing a plan to correct the bad cosmetic surgeries, the doctors will go to work, in hopes of getting the clients to a place where they are finally comfortable in their own skin. At the end of the episode, fans get to see the big reveal.
Throughout filming on the series, the surgeons met with several clients, one of which was the self-proclaimed “World’s First Supermodel,” Janice Dickinson.
During Dickinson’s episode, Dr. Dubrow is charged with the task of replacing her 30-year-old breast implants and giving her a more natural look. Following her surgery, Dickinson, who has dealt with addiction issues for years, struggles to stay clean and sober.
In another episode, fans will meet Toby Sheldon. In recent years, Sheldon, 34, has made headlines for spending over $100,000 to look like his idol, Justin Bieber. However, even $100,000 later, Sheldon is still not happy and met with Dr. Nassif and Dr. Dubrow to complete the transition by reducing his forehead and shaving down his jawline.
“Nassif and Dubrow will use their training, education and sometimes even imagination as they set out to turn back the clock and miraculously change lives,” the release continued. “Throughout the series, we’ll see the patients’ back-stories and follow all stages of their journey to recovery and get a sense of their pre-corrective lives of shame and insecurity. Each patient will undergo initial consultations with the doctors and throughout each episode viewers will witness their surgeries, peer into their post-operative follow-ups, and then see the big reveal of their new and corrected faces and bodies.”
On June 2, Dr. Nassif announced the series’ premiere date on his Twitter page, telling fans, “My new TV series #Botched with @DrDubrow officially premieres Tuesday, June 24 at 9/8c on @eonline! Tune in.”
Photo: Brandon Hickman/E!
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