There's no question Tamra Barney looks great for her age—perhaps a little too good in the eyes of some.
The Real Housewives of Orange County star, who now goes by Tamra Judge, recently appeared on Watch What Happens Live, where she was grilled about her flawless face and asked point-blank whether she's ever had any plastic surgery.
"What all has Tamra Barney done to her face? Eyelift, facelift, her legs look great though," host Andy Cohen read the question from the audience member before asking Barney, "Have you done something to your face?"
"Nothing, zero," the blond beauty emphatically replied before Cohen chimed back in.
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"Fillers. I feel like I'm looking at some fillers," the WWHL host stated.
"I haven't," the mother of four insisted. "I mean, come on, I'm honest," the Bravo star added with a laugh, seemingly suggesting she has something to hide.
"Oh my God, you have," Cohen replied.
"I don't lie!" the reality star said, flashing a mischievous smile as she burst into a fit a giggles.
As for Andy's expert analysis? "You have new stuff in your cheek."
"Maybe just a little," Barney confessed as she touched the side of her face.
While Tamra remained relatively tight-lipped when it came to the topic of her famous mug, the blond bombshell has previously copped to having breast implants, which she later choose to have removed, although it wasn't merely a cosmetic decision.
"Removing my implants was a way of me taking back control of MY body physically and mentally," Barney wrote on her Facebook page back in 2012 after undergoing the surgery. "The best part of being in my 40's is that I started to feel more secure with my self and accepting of my body. I now work hard to keep my self healthy with diet and exercise. I love the way I look without my implants and do NOT miss them at all."
Barney certainly isn't the first celeb to express plastic surgery remorse. Jessica Simpson, Tori Spelling, Victoria Beckham and more have all admitted to going under the knife only to regret the results.
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