Teen Mom Jade Cline poses in tight jeans after Brazilian butt lift & neck liposuction in dramatic transformation

TEEN Mom Jade Cline showed off her transformative curves in the mirror as she flaunted her Brazilian butt lift in skin tight jeans.

The mom-of-one made sure all eyes were on her curvy derrière.


In the brief video clip shared to Instagram, Jade, 24, wore a light jacket closed, covering her recent boob job, to give full attention to her popping behind.

Jade put her back to the mirror and angled her body, turning her head extremely over her shoulder.

She angled the camera in the mirror so that fans could glimpse her full look from the 180 flip side.

Jade zoomed in an out of her face, her lips full and covered in lip gloss, but her behind was the real star of the show.

She paired her jacket with light wash skinny jeans.

Her hair was straightened, long, and blonde.

The TV star had fat transferred to her breasts as well as a Brazilian butt lift and liposuction in a plastic surgery makeover earlier this year.

Jade opened up about her "boob job" back in May, telling fans: "No implants, just some fat transferred.

"Didn't really get them bigger just more filled out. I'm still the same cup size just fuller."

She explained on her podcast, Jay & Kay Unfiltered: "I saw so many people I knew that were having BBLs, and I was so impressed and astonished at the shapes of their bodies."

She described the surgery as being "painful" and claimed it took some "unexpected turns."

'10 TIMES WORSE THAN CHILDBIRTH'

She said: "It was 10 times worse than childbirth.

"Everyone is different, but I know that my body definitely had a hard time recovering."

During the Teen Mom 2 reunion special, Jade broke down in tears as she admitted she thought she was “going to die” and “was blue from lack of oxygen” after her plastic surgery.

Jade thanked her co-star Briana DeJesus, 27, for nursing her back to health after having gone under the knife.

Both TV stars admitted that they thought Jade was going to “die” because she looked "blue," which caused Briana to step in and help.

Jade praised Briana for helping out and giving her a shower for the first time after the surgery.

CURVES, BABY, CURVES

This isn't the first sighting the Teen Mom 2 star has been spotted showing off her new curves.

Jade has been spotted flaunting her boob job in a low cut bodysuit, almost slipped out of a tiny white mini dress in photos with her daughter Kloie, and has showed off her cleavage in TikTok videos.

MAMA DRAMA

In October, Jade shared a cryptic quote about people having "hidden agendas" amid the ongoing feud between her friend Cheyenne Floyd and co-stars Mackenzie McKee and Jenelle Evans.

Cheyenne and Mackenzie have been fighting for nearly a year over "racist" remarks, and Jenelle recently inserted herself into the argument.

Jade took to Instagram to share a mysterious message about "good people."

The reality star re-posted a quote which read: "I just wanna keep being proof that good people with no hidden agendas still exist in this world."

The pair have not seen eye to eye since January when the blonde called Vice President Kamala Harris a "colored woman".

Jade and Cheyenne have been close friends for years, leading fans to believe she defended the California native in the feud.

TEEN MOM TANTRUM

The arguments were reignited last week when Cheyenne claimed that Mackenzie's husband Josh feared she would act like an "angry black woman" when they talked on the phone.

After the conversation, Mackenzie deleted her Instagram account but instead took to TikTok to address the allegations.

She wrote in the comments of one of her clips: "People have the right to hate me for my word mix up.

"But as far as her recent story goes, it comes to a point where I do have to protect my family and I will admit to every wrongdoing of mine.

"But her stories were sad lies and far from the truth."

Mackenzie continued: "Josh has never said a word about her personally and now she is throwing his name under the bus.

"But in the end it's time for all of us to move forward and respect one another.

"Let's choose love."



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