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If you watched the first season of “Hollywood Divas,” you probably know that Countess Vaughn wanted to get some work done to get her body back after having kids and struggling to control her weight. That interest was often criticized by her castmates, who felt like she needed to learn to love herself the way she is. Specifically, Golden Brooks was the most critical, telling her she needed to work on her self-esteem before considering another surgical procedure (side note: Vaughn also had a fat transfer to her butt years ago), something people, including Vaughn, took as being a little judgmental:

“…if you feel doubtful and scared on the inside, then it may all come back. I get being insecure. But before going under the knife, can we change your diet? I want Countess to look at being healthy and not doing the quick fix. Let’s go jogging, let’s juice. I think it’s coming across that she’s taking it the wrong way. I think it’s important for black women to know about organic eating, exercising, even some therapy. Fix yourself from the inside out.”

Well, Vaughn has indeed fixed herself. And while she hasn’t confirmed whether or not it was through a tummy tuck and liposuction or hard work, she’s celebrating her new figure on Instagram. Two days ago she posted a picture of her changing body.


And while she’s excited to be getting more slim and trim, some of her followers didn’t understand why she would literally post a picture of her ass for the world to see:

“This is unnecessary. Really?! smh”

“You don’t have to post half naked pics. We’re about the same size. I post plain pics to let ppl know I love MYSELF body included.”

“Omg is she serious. When will we learn smdh”

But many defended and supported Vaughn, which she appreciated.

“Thank you for your understanding. That i was bored and having fun with my phone.”

I wouldn’t have done all of this, but when you’re feeling yourself and proud…it’s a photoshoot!

Anywho, check out more images of Vaughn’s changing look below:

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