AMY Slaton has sparked debate over her appearance in a new video.
The 1000 pound. The sisters star posted a video of herself singing in a car, but her followers were left confused by a drastic change.
Amy captioned the video, “Jamming with my nephew.”
In the TikTok, she sat buckled in the vehicle as it moved quickly along a tree-lined road.
Oops! … I Did It Again by Britney Spears was played out loud and both she and her nephew, who was sitting behind her, hopped along to the song.
The 35-year-old ran along to the pop melody and mimed words to the catchy refrain.
She looked casual in a black zip-up and had her shoulder length light blue hair half tied up.
The TLC star placed a filter over the video that smoothed her skin and gave a long lash effect.
However, fans had to debate whether the star mistook her appearance for gold teeth or if it was another aspect of the filter.
One person asked, “Do you wear gold teeth?”
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A second argued: “It’s a frigging filter.”
“Amy girl get your teeth brushed,” said a third.
Another person exclaimed, “Your teeth are YELLOW!”
Just two months after filing for divorce from Michael Halterman, Amy dropped a hint that she might have someone new in her life.
She admitted that during a private chat with The Bachelorette’s Josh Seiter via Instagram.
Josh, also 35, has been following Amy via direct messages and recently drove all the way to Kentucky to try and win her over.
On Thursday night, Josh posted screenshots of his apparent conversation with Amy on his Instagram story.
After Josh sent her a simple “Heyyy,” Amy shot back, “Go away. i don’t wanna be with you I have a man.
“Stop being a weird stalker. You’re a thug,” added the mother-of-two.
The US Sun previously reported that Amy shared her explosive allegations against her ex Michael in her complaint for an open domestic violence case filed in a Kentucky court on February 24.
The reality star claimed: “[Michael] is psychologically abusive. He’s very controlling.”
Amy also claimed Michael was “too violent” towards her children.
She claimed, “When he disciplines the guys, he hits too hard. He pulls her arm. [He] won’t give me money for our eight-month-old.”
She concluded, “He lets me do everything with the house, boys, and doesn’t have a job.”
On March 7, Michael denied all of Amy’s allegations of domestic violence.