AceShowbiz - Teresa Giudice has been compared to "a cartoon character." Having been alleged to heavily edit her photos, the star of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" received many criticisms from social media users.
The 51-year-old reality TV star had her look likened to "a cartoon character" by one of the online critics after she uploaded a series of photos via Instagram. In the comments section of her Monday, July 24 post, one Instagram user bluntly pointed out, "Omg Teresa enough with the FaceTune.. you look like a cartoon character. You've had a whole face transplant and look like a completely different person. Why do you still need filters."
The unpleasant comments did not stop there. Another asked, "Why can't people age with grace? Show people how beautiful you are with no fake jobs done." Meanwhile, a third appeared to accuse Teresa of Ozempic use as writing, "They're going to be sorry!! Ozempic is causing a lot of health problems!! Awful!!" In the meantime, a fourth questioned, "Did Teresa get bigger implants. All I see is 2 perfectly round mounds," adding a rolling on the floor laughing emoji.
The criticisms came in shortly after Teresa shared her photos, which were alleged to have been heavily edited, on Instagram. In the post, she let out a photo of herself from a party. She could be seen flaunting her wrinkle-free face in a sleeveless long Barbie pink jumpsuit.
The Bravo celebrity's outfit came with two thin straps and a number of cutouts on its bodice. She added a silver wristwatch, a matching bracelet, several rings and a pair of huge hoop earrings. For the bash, she let loose her long straight hair and parted it in the middle.
In that same post, Teresa also shared several photos of her and a group of friends, including her co-star on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey", Jennifer Aydin. She and her pals seemed to have attended a birthday party with the "Barbie" movie theme.
One of the pictures captured a black birthday cake with white decorations that read, "Birthday B***h," and a white cake decorated with pink flowers. Along with the post, Teresa wrote, "Come on Barbie let's go party," adding a red heart emoji.
This was not the first time Teresa was slammed for filtering her photos. Nearly one month prior, she was heavily criticized over her "fake face." In the comments section of a June 27 Instagram post, one commenter wrote, "Fake faces! Stop with the FaceTune and just post real pictures. You don't look like that in real life."