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Mama June Wants To Lose Weight To Attend Former Boyfriend's Wedding

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Mama June, the reality tv star has revealed her big weight loss for her newest show. However, the mother-of-four still wants to lose 50 lbs more because she has a revenge mission.

A source exclusively told Hollywood Life that Mama June Shannon plans on losing more weight so she can finally feel "truly skinny for the first time in her life." Though she has not reached the target just yet, Mama June is happy with the weight loss progress and loving her current lifestyle. The source also said that she feels good about the way she looks now and wants to continue the journey of self-discovery.

The weight loss journey has been documented in a documentary series "Mama June: From Not to Hot" aired on WEtv, according to Entertainment Weekly. However, unlike what many people assume, Mama June revealed on "Domenick Nati Show" on iHeartradio that she paid the weight loss surgery. She told the host that "A lot of people ask that -- no, I have to pay just like everybody else."

PEOPLE reported that Mama June has a specific reason on why she wanted to lose her weight so bad. When she was asked by her trainer, Kenya Crooks, about the real reason, Mama June said that she wanted to look good on her ex's wedding, who cheated on her. She also wanted to rebrand herself to the skinnier version of her.

Mama June was first discovered from a reality tv show "Toddlers and Tiaras" on TLC back in 2011. Her daughter, Alana "Honey Boo Boo", fascinated the audience with her funny antics and got her own spin-off show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" where the Shannon family shared their crazy life and personality. She is now size 4 after previously was size 28, according to Cosmopolitan.

"Mama June: From Not to Hot" airs every Friday on WEtv at 10 p.m ET.

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