Kyle Richards keeps getting younger and thinner by the day!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills once again has everyone talking about her recent weight loss and whether or not she used the weight loss drug Ozempic.
The 54-year-old turned heads when she rocked a little black dress on the red carpet for the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party 2023 on Sunday night. However, Bravo fans were shocked when Kyle announced the dress belonged to her 26-year-old daughter, Alexia Umansky.
“Hair and makeup by me. Stole the dress from @alexiaumansky,” Kyle nonchalantly shared on her Instagram Story.
She also shared a snap of her dress from the side, where the mom of four looked even more svelte.
Naturally, all of this caused quite a commotion on social media, with many once again insisting that Kyle used Ozempic or some other GLP-1 agonist to drop weight over the past several months.
Dana Omari, who runs the Instagram account IGFamousbyDana, insists that Kyle used some form of GLP-1 medicine to lose weight. Omari is a proponent of plastic surgery and the use of GLP-1 agonists but often calls out celebrities and Instagram influencers who lie about going under the knife or using such methods to lose weight.
Omar shared alongside a photo of Kyle from the Oscars: “Look, I love Kyle. But she has never been this thin. Did she stop eating carbs and drinking? Maybe…with the help of a GLP-1 agonist (Ozempic/Wegovy/Mounjaro, etc.) Is she still on it? Idk. But she at least was on it at one point.”
Meanwhile, the RHOBH OG once again denied using Ozempic while walking the red carpet at Elton John’s 31st Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday.
“I didn’t even know about Ozempic until I’d already lost the weight I wanted to lose,” Kyle told PEOPLE.
“I started losing weight eight months ago, actually, because I stopped drinking alcohol eight months ago,” she continued. “At first, I was like, ‘Why are they saying I’m taking this diet drug?’ Then they thought, ‘Well, maybe it’s another kind,’ because I was saying, ‘It’s not Ozempic.'”
Kyle notes that she continues to be frustrated by the claims she’s used Ozempic, especially amid reports that diabetics can’t get their hands on the medicine.
“It wasn’t any diet drug ever, never touched it. So it really just frustrated me because I’m working out really hard,” she explains. “I became offended because it actually is irresponsible, and I’m hearing about diabetics who can’t even get ahold of it now. So then it became, ‘Okay, now I’m mad. Now I’m actually really angry,’ because I wouldn’t do that. I’m very honest about anything I do, and I would’ve not had a problem sharing that if that was true.”
“I’m working so hard, and I wanted to be a positive role model or an inspiration to people that have had kids and are my age and show that you can get in shape,” she adds. “So it just felt like they wanted to take that from you, and I’m like, ‘That’s just cheating.'”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return for season 13 in mid-to-late 2023.
Is Kyle Richards’ Weight Loss Due to Ozempic or Hard Work?
Kyle Richards has denied using Ozempic or any other GLP-1 agonist for weight loss. She attributes her weight loss to stopping alcohol consumption and regular exercise.
Yes, Kyle Richards admitted on her Instagram Story that she stole the dress she wore on the red carpet from her 26-year-old daughter, Alexia Umansky.
Speculation arose due to Kyle’s noticeable weight loss and her appearance in a slimmer figure. Some individuals, like Dana Omari, suggested that she may have used GLP-1 medicine, such as Ozempic, to achieve her weight loss. However, Kyle has consistently denied these claims.