Remember me? Bikini-clad Real Housewives of Sydney’s Matty Samaei, 47, debuts her sexy transformation five years after starring on the series
She was known as the peacemaker between the warring women of the Real Housewives of Sydney.
But Matty Samaei proved she can certainly make waves of her own when she debuted her raunchy transformation on Sunday.
The 47-year-old looked like a woman half her age in a skimpy, but stylish leopard print swimsuit
Remember me? Bikini-clad Real Housewives of Sydney’s Matty Samaei, 47, debuts her raunchy transformation five years after starring on the series
The cosmetic injector showcased her ample chest along with her flat stomach in the swimmers.
Matty’s skin looked smooth and supple as she gazed at the camera while taking a hit from her vape on a sun lounge.
‘Vaping time. No kids,’ Matty captioned the clip, which saw her pan up and down her incredible physique.
Wowsers! The 47-year-old looked like a woman half her age in a skimpy, but stylish leopard print swimsuit
No missing her! The cosmetic injector showcased her ample chest along with her flat stomach in the swimmers
Her Instagram post is a return to the spotlight for Matty, who chose to focus on her successful clinic Medispa by Matty after starring show.
The Real Housewives of Sydney was cancelled after just one season by Foxtel after it largely panned by critics following its premiere in 2017.
It followed the lives of socialites Athena X Levendi, Krissy Marsh, Lisa Oldfield, Nicole O’Neil, Matty Samaei, Victoria Rees, and Melissa Tkautz.
Flawless: Matty’s skin looked smooth and supple as she gazed at the camera while taking a hit from her vape on a sun lounge
Matty did hint that it could have made a return during an interview with the Daily Telegraph back in 2020.
‘We know [with Melbourne] that it’s coming back and normally once the franchise is starting to produce one city there’s no reason they will not do Sydney,’ she said.
‘So my intuition and from some of the things I’ve been hearing, we will be back but I don’t know when it will be,’ she added.
Star: Matty was known as the peacemaker between the warring ladies on the show. Often times she would try to calm intense disagreements with the cast of women
Foxtel has still not publicly released plans to produce a second season of the series.
Foxtel’s executive director of television, Brian Walsh, told TV Tonight in 2019 that the show wouldn’t be returning for a second season.
‘Sydney won’t happen again. Once bitten twice shy,’ he said.
‘Too extreme’: Real Housewives of Sydney stars (left to right) Nicole O’Neil, Lisa Oldfield, Athena X Levendi, Melissa Tkautz, Krissy Marsh, Matty Samaei and Victoria Rees
Walsh also told The Daily Telegraph around this time that he believed RHOS had simply gone ‘too far’ in terms of its content.
‘A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and have no redeeming features,’ he said.
American network Bravo, which has aired several seasons of RHOM, also reportedly refused to pick up the Sydney version because of its ‘extreme’ nature.