Fans in awe of '1000-lb Sisters' star Tammy Slaton after her dramatic weight loss
GIBSONBURG, OHIO: After losing weight from her 290kg frame, one of the stars of the reality series, '1000-lb Sisters' astounded her fans with a dramatic transformation. Tammy Slaton is now opening out about the consequences of her dramatic weight reduction.
Tammy Slaton, star of TLC's '1000-lb Sisters,' has disclosed her dramatic weight reduction after joining a food rehab center. The TV personality stunned fans when she showed off her new appearance after losing weight, causing followers to laud her for how 'amazing' she looked. Tammy looks much thinner in a TikTok viral video, as she appears to have lost a significant amount of weight. Tammy just reveals her face in the video and lip-syncs to the festive song 'Where Are You Christmas?' with the caption, "I know Christmas is over but I thought this was funny/cute."
I know Christmas is over but I thought this was funny/cute♬ Where Are You, Christmas? (Bonus Track) - Tori Feinstein
Fans soon filled the reality star's comments section with remarks congratulating her on her weight reduction efforts. One fan wrote, "Tammy you’re looking great!" While another person added, "You look so beautiful!!!!" Another fan asked, "Tammy how much weight you loss, you look amazing." Fans happy to see Tammy smile wrote, "YOU look amazing. IT'S great to see you so happy." Other comments also read, "You look amazing! Glad to see your trach out."
Tammy's weight reduction journey has been challenging thus far. Tammy was brought to the hospital after waking up one morning and finding she couldn't breathe in a teaser film for the next season of '1000-lb Sisters', which was released earlier this month. "Her body is shutting down," Amy, her sister, said. Tammy was at a doctor's office with a tracheostomy to help her breathe in another terrifying moment. "I told you, Tammy, you have real risks," her doctor cautioned her before her big operation. Tammy had gastric bypass surgery in June to help her lose weight. Chris Combs, the reality star's brother, expressed his concern, saying, "If she doesn’t get the surgery she’s gonna die because of her weight."
This year, the TV star also underwent treatment for food addiction. She started a love relationship with another patient while at the center. Caleb Willingham and she married in November at the same treatment center where they met.