Mama June Recreates Marilyn Monroe Moment During Tropical Storm Isaias: See The Photos
Mama June is posing up a storm. Literally!
The reality star was spotted outside her Jensen Beach, Florida where she seem to get caught up in the strong winds of Tropical Storm Isaias. The heavy gusts caused her black dress to blow up over her head, recreating the scene of Marilyn Monroe's famous "flying skirt" photographers.
The 40-year-old seemly embraced the dreary weather and seemed to laugh along with the storm's fashion hijinks.
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The Georgia native (real name June Shannon) has been living in the area since June after checking into a sober living facility with boyfriend Geno Doak. The Mama June: From Not to Hot star has four daughters Anna, 25, Jessica, 23, Pumpkin, 20, and Alana (better known as Honey Boo Boo) 14.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more pics of Mama Junes taking on the storm.
The reality star flashed some skin as the Florida winds helped her recreate Marilyn Monroe's famous "flying skirt" photos which were taken in 1954 by Sam Shaw in New York City.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes! The famous TV personality and her tussled tresses almost got swept away by the storm.
The Mama June: From Not to Hot posed beachside wearing a black handkerchief style sundress with with a colorful trim.
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Mama June didn't let the bad weather get her down. The sober 40-year-old looked happy and healthy as she embraced the winds of Tropical Storm Isaias.
As the winds picked up, the gusts exposed the grey short Mama June was wearing underneath her summery dress.
Isaias made landfall Monday night in North Carolina as a category one hurricane. Isaias has downgraded to a tropical storm but is still bringing strong winds, tornadoes, heavy rain and storm surge to the east coast.