REAL Housewives Of New Jersey fans are begging Teresa Giudice’s daughter Gia to “stop changing her face” as she looks “unrecognizable” in a new photo.
The 20-year-old previously admitted she underwent a nose job in 2020.
Gia took to Instagram to promote a hair product, as she posed in tiny orange shorts and a white tank top.
The TV star slightly smiled for the snap as she rested her hand on her thigh.
However, fans were quick to react in the comments section with most calling out her “changing looks.”
One person wrote: “GIA! You are so gorgeous! Stop with all the enhancements!” while another wrote, “You were so beautiful before. Why are you changing and doing stuff to your face..”
The comments continued to pour in, as a third person chimed in: “You were naturally sooooo gorgeous! Please don’t alter your looks, your face has changed totally ..”
Another added: “No more plastic surgery what are you doing to yourself?”
GIA GETS A NEW NOSE
Gia has only admitted to getting a nose job, which she opened up about last summer.
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In a photo alongside her famous mom, she wrote: “Yes I got a nose job.
“I am an adult now, this has been an insecurity of mine for a while and I’ve never been happier and so comfortable in my own skin!!”
She added she was “absolutely in love” with her new nose.
TERESA HEARS IT FROM FANS
Gia isn’t the only member in the family who has had her looks called out by critics, Teresa herself has also been urged to knock it off when it comes to altering her face.
Earlier this year, after sharing a bikini photo of herself, fans pleaded with Teresa to “stop getting lip fillers.”
The 49-year-old has also been slammed for “not setting a good example” for her children.
Back in April, one person wrote: “Your lips are too too big.. you looked so beautiful a few years ago.. why so much ‘ work’?? Not a good example for you 4 girls!”
Teresa also undergone two breasts augmentation, as she once explained: “I believe it’s important to always stand strong and feel like your best most confident self.”
She added: “I encourage anyone who doesn’t feel their best self to work on feeling better. Even if it is the smallest thing every day.”