Former “Vanderpump Rules” star Brittany Cartwright shut down speculation that she has lost weight by using Ozempic.
“it’s actually the .5 zoom on the iPhone camera lol,” Cartwright responded to a fan who commented about the diabetes drug on her Instagram post Thursday.
The “When Reality Hits” podcast co-host had posted a photo dump that included several snaps of her seemingly slimmer body, which several fans were quick to point out.
“totally ozempic,” one follower speculated.
“Ugh please don’t tell me you jumped on the ozempic band wagon .. you were fine just the way you were .. curves are beautiful,” another user wrote.
“Ozempic queen. 🔥,” someone else chimed in.
“Omg skinnayyyy beautiful queen inside and out 😍🙌,” a fan added.
Cartwright, 34, has stayed tight-lipped on how she made the weight transformation. She previously worked with Jenny Craig, but the weight-loss company went out of business earlier this year.
Cartwright — who began starring on the Bravo reality show when she dated and later wed longtime cast member Jax Taylor — joins several other Bravolebrities who have either fessed up to or denied using Ozempic.
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Most recently, “Shahs of Sunset” star Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi flaunted her 30-pound loss from the drug.
“I don’t see a reason to hide being on a weight loss [medication] or a cosmetic procedure, just talk about it because there’s so many people out there who want to do the same thing or they want to learn about what you did,” she told “Entertainment Tonight” last week.
Meanwhile, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” alum Caroline Manzo’s daughter, Lauren Manzo, revealed she used a similar medication, Mounjaro, to lose the final 30 pounds on her weight-loss journey.
“You guys have seen me struggle with this since I’m 20 years old, and it’s been really hard for me, and I’ve lost a lot of weight from being on that whole ‘Ozempic’ thing,” she said on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast during a live taping last week.
Other “Real Housewives” stars such as Gina Kirschenheiter and Kyle Richards have vehemently denied using the drug and insisted they slimmed down the old-fashioned way.