‘Botched’ is at present airing all-new season 6 episodes. Dr. Terry Dubrow is not any stranger to wild circumstances, however he advised MeSlop that circumstances are getting ‘weirder’ by the day within the working room!

Botched is again with new episodes, and Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif proceed to face difficult cosmetic surgery circumstances head-on. The hit E! actuality present is now in its sixth season, and the Botched docs have seen their justifiable share of surprising circumstances. Regardless of all he’s seen, Dr. Dubrow revealed to MeSlop EXCLUSIVELY that this season could be very “distinctive.”

“It’s fascinating. I used to be simply doing a case the opposite day on Botched, and I checked out it with my assistant who’s been with me 20 years and mentioned, ‘Is it me or is that this getting weirder?’ And she or he goes, ‘Oh, it’s getting a lot weirder,’” Terry advised MeSlop. “This season that’s out proper now’s an fascinating, distinctive season as a result of it’s very bizarre. Slightly than simply having sufferers who had an excessive amount of cosmetic surgery or had a nasty final result, there’s sufferers who usually had a congenital deformity or an accident or illness and had beauty surgical procedure to deal with that. So this season you’ve bought the unhealthy cosmetic surgery on prime of the underlying downside that they got here in with which makes it much more sophisticated.”

Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are the celebrities of ‘Botched.’ (E!)

He famous that when the “underlying tissue has been impaired from some accident or one thing, it makes it that a lot more durable.” Dr. Dubrow referred to as this season a “mixture of Botched and Botched by Nature.” The upcoming episodes may also dive into what’s happening in Paul’s private life.

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“There’s plenty of bizarre, wild stuff that mixes each pre-existing situations and an excessive amount of cosmetic surgery,” Terry mentioned. “It’s a way more distinctive, complicated season than earlier seasons, and Paul bought married and his spouse is pregnant. They’re going to have a woman, so we get into {that a} bit.”

Sure, there’s a Botched child on the best way! Paul and Brittany’s child woman is due Oct. 19. Botched airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on E!