'RHONY' star Ramona Singer shares youthful pic, fans say it's 'photoshopped to death to look 20'
The 63-year-old still has to confirm if those are filters or if she went under the knife to look like she does in the photo
There's no such thing as too much energy for 'Real Housewives of New York' star Ramona Singer. The 63-year-old TV personality is known for her love for the nightlife, her drinks, her girlfriends and for the crazy and infectious energy she brings to her reality show. A new episode of the show premiered on Thursday night and Singer was set to appear on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen' right after her show aired.
Just as a reminder for her to catch her on both shows, Singer uploaded a photo of herself on her Instagram page. She appears very fresh and youthful in the image and while a small section of her fans did indeed praise her for how she looked, there were a number of them who were bashing her for using too much filter.
"Too much filter today I can’t see any pores," read a comment. While another fan joked, "Wow there’s a lot of filter going on there!!" One of them accusing her of trying to look younger wrote, "Omg photoshopped to death ttys to hard to look 20." Another comment read, "Seriously? We all know what you look like and it certainly isn’t this person posted here." Another fan asked, "Filters are free. The facelift guru to NYC $80k. Hmmm, which is this?" Another fan wrote, "Make it real coz we know 60 something women do not look like this!"
While Singer has yet to own up to the reason behind her appearing to look much younger than she is, her co-star from 'RHONY', Sonja Morgan, just debuted a $75,000 facelift last week. "I got a lower facelift and neck lift after wrapping Season 12. I just wanted to be rid of the wrinkling on my neck and the jowls that were starting to form. People thought I was nuts because it was so subtle. But not to me! It was a no-brainer – gravity had taken its toll, I was also exhausted and I needed a 'pick me up'," Sonja wrote on her Instagram. Explaining the process further she wrote that the method is, "called deep plane which goes under the muscle so your skin is still attached. Your blood flows and your face stays vibrant and heals fast."