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‘Botched’: Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif star in new reality show

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Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif are the stars of a new reality show that focuses on bad plastic surgery. E! Online reports on Tuesday that “Botched” will give the surgeons a chance to share their experiences with viewers. Dubrow and Nassif already have reality show experience thanks to Bravo, but their new program will be on a different network.

Dubrow, who has been a part of the “The Real Housewives of Orange County” and Nassif, who has been a part of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” will be helping people after bad plastic surgeries. The new show will be on the E! network and will focus on patients who are not happy with their original plastic surgery results. The two surgeons will attempt to correct the problems on “Botched” while letting viewers see the process.

The reality show will give the surgeons the opportunity to counsel some of the patients who are asking for more surgery that may not be necessary. Justin is described as a human Ken doll, and he wants several dangerous implants on the program. However, the surgeons recommend that he avoid these implants because of the risks involved.

Dubrow and Nassif are presented as friends on the show, so their relationship is not the main focus. Instead, “Botched” gives viewers a unique look at bad plastic surgeries and the difficulties in fixing the mistakes. Unfortunately, there are cases that simply cannot be restored completely, and the program promises to show all sides of the plastic surgery world.

There have been some comparisons between “Botched” and “Dr. 90210,” but E! has stated its show will not be a copycat. The two plastic surgeons share that the reality program will focus on extremely difficult cases that can include complications. However, they want viewers to know that they will reject some patients who cannot be helped.