Jeannie Mai is mastering the art of rest and relaxation following her hospitalization. The 41-year-old former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant got her weekend started by stripping down to showcase her gorgeous athletic body while soaking in the bathtub and answering questions from fans.
Taking to her social media, “The Real” co-host got completely naked and filmed herself sipping on some wine while covering her bits in nothing but bubbles. Jeannie Mai revealed days ago that she “almost died” while competing on “DWTS.”
Just one month after undergoing life-saving emergency surgery, the television star looks like she’s getting back to life before the scary incident. Flaunting her amazing body, Jeannie Mai showcased her glowing and silky smooth skin for her Friday night bubble bath. Looking completely relaxed, the talk show co-host looked beautiful as she sat in the tub covered in soap suds proving that Jeannie Mai’s soapy body is just what the doctor ordered.
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Wearing her dark hair pulled up in a bun and away from her face, Jeannie Mai’s beauty radiated as she spoke to her fans from the intimate setting. Sporting a bold lip color that was completely on point, the relaxed star showed off her shoulder tattoo while sipping on a heavy pour. Taking an oversized stemmed glass of red wine to the face, Jeannie Mai took a big drink in between talking to her fans about her time on “DWTS.”
Thanking her fellow “Talk” co-star Adrienne Bailon as well as her brother, Jeannie Mai barely covered her naked body with her bare legs as she spoke. “I have to give the biggest hug and love to my girl Adrienne,” she said smiling. “Thank u @adriennebailon and @mrdanielguyen for your sweetest shoutout about my time on ‘DWTS!!'” she captioned her bubble bath video.
Just one month ago, Jeannie Mai posted a shot from the hospital while explaining the surprising illness that ended her time on the competition series.
“I would never imagine ever having to write this, but I made it safely out of my emergency surgery. I will be forever grateful to Dr. Nasseri who identified my potentially life-threatening condition,” Jeannie Mai wrote from her hospital bed. Revealing that what started out as just a sore throat quickly escalated to “a dangerous infection that already closed at least 60% of my airway,” the star said she’s “grateful to be recovering safely, I can’t lie… I am devastated by the fact that my journey with #DWTS will end this way.”