Season six next kicks off with a Most Outrageous Patients Special on E!
Botched returns to E! for a sixth season next month kicking off with a Most Outrageous Patients Special.
This season will be fasttracked by E!, a day after US broadcast.
…as always, do not attempt at home.
Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif once again bring their incomparable expertise and witty banter to the OR as they revise and repair the most challenging reconstructive cases in plastic surgery. This season, the doctors take on more horrific plastic surgery catastrophes and transform the lives of their hopeless patients, including a woman who grows pubic hair from her cheek due to an unfortunate skin graft; a patient with an endlessly flipping butt implant; and a woman who is “double stacked” with four breast implants. The doctors encounter even more shocking patients with “bologna” areolas; a “pelican neck;” and a “Pinocchio” nose, as well as unconventional patient requests like a UK man who wants to look like Jimin from the K-Pop band BTS; a transgender woman who is hoping to morph into a real-life Bratz doll, and more.
On the sixth season premiere of Botched, Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif meet with reality diva and former patient, Tiffany “New York” Pollard. Tiffany returns to the doctors in search of answers after experiencing symptoms of BII (Breast Implant Illness), a condition in which breast implants can cause patients to become seriously ill. Dr. Dubrow encounters a breast augmentation he has “never seen before” in patient Gia Gotham, a cos-play vixen whose nightlife has led her to body modification including a split, snake-like tongue and dangerously large breasts. Gia is looking to restore her confidence following a 2,050CC implant surgery that resulted in a lopsided chest, which is still not big enough in her mind. Plus, formerly rejected patient Jonathan Fung returns in desperate need of the doctors’ help after proceeding with multiple lip filler injections against their previous advice.
Botched is an Evolution Media production with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Tina Gazzero Clapp, Matt Westmore, and Sarah Kane serving as Executive Producers, along with Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif. Louis Boyd serves as Co-Executive Producer.
7:30pm October 31 on E!