June "Mama June" Shannon shared a series of glamorous snaps via social media on Monday, November 8. In one shot, the TV personality rocked a dark top and loose curls as she smiled for a mirror selfie. In another, Shannon got up close and personal with the camera to show off her pearly whites.
The mom-of-four recently gushed over daughter Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson’s new beau. Despite concern over their age difference — Thompson is 16 years old, while her boyfriend Dralin Carswell is 20 — Shannon calls the young man a “respectful” and “good guy.”
“They’ve been together almost a year, and they talked a little bit before that,” the reality TV mama spilled, OK! reported. “He treats her good. He kind of helps out, you know, with the family whenever needed to be. I don't have a problem with him.”
The Mama June: From Not to Hot star added: “Who knows what the future holds with him, too? Because nobody ever knows. But right now, I mean, he's really a good guy.”
Shannon has been steadily rebuilding her fractured relationship with Thompson following her struggle with addiction: The duo recently competed on The Masked Singer together and although their time was brief, it was life changing.
The pair competed as the beach ball on the Fox reality competition series and were eliminated after only one episode, but when asked what it was like “to work together again,” the 42-year-old admitted it helped the two reconnect.
“Well, Alana I know would've hoped that it was just her on stage, and me too because I'm that backstage mom hyping her up. But it was a great experience,” Shannon said after the two were eliminated. “I realized the last time we were out there together doing a huge project, which was Dancing with the Stars, I was in my addiction. But during The Masked Singer, I had been clean for over a year and a half.”
The Toddlers & Tiaras alum continued: “So for me it was an emotional experience, and I guess that's why I teared up when we got on stage the night of the performance. Because I was actually doing something with her for the first time outside of everyday life, our show — a huge project in California — sober.”