Erika Jayne denies Ozempic use, credits menopause for weight loss

Erika Jayne denied using diabetes drug Ozmepic to lose weight on Tuesday’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” crediting menopause instead.

After Andy Cohen noted that the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star looked like a “whisper of herself,” Jayne confirmed that she had shed pounds.

“Yes, I did come down in weight, and I did it hormonally,” the 52-year-old “Pretty Mess” singer explained.

“Not Ozempic-ally?” Cohen, 55, asked.

“I was going through menopause,” replied Jayne, who has showed off her fit frame in a Barbie pink dress, a white mini with turquoise boots and more colorful looks this summer. “So I took it all down.”

When fellow guest Jackie Hoffman expressed doubt that anyone “loses weight in menopause,” Jayne doubled down.

“I went to the doctor and I said get it off me,” the reality star recalled, noting that she wanted to make sure her comments “didn’t trigger any” viewers.

“We have this conversation in Beverly Hills and we have a cast member with an eating disorder,” Jayne added, referencing co-star Crystal Kung Minkoff’s struggles with bulimia.

Twitter users had mixed feelings about the songwriter’s confession.

“idgaf if erika jayne is on ozempic or not she looks phenomenal. go off queen,” one social media user wrote.

Another speculated that Hoffman, 62, “did not believe queen Erika Jayne that she lost weight during menopause instead of Ozempic,” with a third asking whether “anyone” did.

While Jayne isn’t the only Real Housewife to deny using Ozempic in recent months — following in the footsteps of Kyle Richards — many other Bravolebrities have come forward about trying Semaglutide.

Emily Simpson admitted to Ozempic use and liposuction in June, while Jennifer Fessler and Dolores Catania came clean in March and April, respectively.

Last week, “Botched” star Terry Dubrow warned against shaming stars who fess up to the drug, explaining on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast that people “need to open up the dialogue.”

The plastic surgeon, 64, noted, “Think of it as Botox 10 years ago when no one would admit to it. Now everybody admits to Botox.”

Andy Cohen, who recently joked about a “The Real Housewives of Ozempic” season “already airing” on Bravo, defended praising the women from the franchise losing weight this way.

“I’m trying to deliver the goods for my audience watching,” he told “Radio Andy” listeners in April. “I mean, if Dolores shows up looking 15 pounds lighter, I gotta find out how it happened.”

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