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Caroline Manzo, who will soon appear on the celebrity edition of The Balancing Act, is showing off a whole new look, as featured on The Today Show’s website.

The alum of Real Housewives of New Jersey revealed that she recently lost nearly 20 pounds and underwent a face-lift.

Her friend Reza Farahan, who will co-star with Manzo on the celebrity edition of The Balancing Act, shared a photo of her new look on Instagram, revealing an entirely new hairstyle as well—a short pixie cut.

Manzo decided to make a change recently when she got into “a bad headspace” and reached the heaviest she had ever been. She has sworn off sweets, bread and pasta and is now virtually vegetarian. An unwanted side effect of losing all the weight is that she had loose skin around her neck, which led to Manzo going under the knife to fix it. Manzo had been anti-plastic surgery, but once she realized the surgery would be focused on her neck rather than her face, she decided to go forward with it.

Caroline Manzo headshot

Manzo said that both her face-lift and recent weight loss have changed her “whole entire outlook on life.”

The celebrity edition of The Balancing Act, which will also feature Montel Williams, Ali Landry and Ralph Pagano, airs on May 20 at 7:30 a.m. on Lifetime.

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