’90 Day Fiancé’: Tom Brooks Opens up About the Work He’s Had Done, Like Botox and CoolSculpting

90 Day Fiancé star Tom Brooks is known for his heated relationship with Darcey Silva. The two have parted ways since the last season of the show and, as fans witnessed, they didn’t leave on great terms.

Tom Brooks of '90 Day Fiancé' on Instagram
Tom Brooks of ’90 Day Fiancé’ | Instagram @tombrooks_tv

In an interview Tom did with The Domenick Nati Show on Instagram on May 29, he was asked if he likes Darcey’s lips. But he declined to comment.

“It’s one [thing] to talk about someone in fun and to joke, I probably don’t want to talk about it,” he said.

But Tom did offer up “his own experience” with getting work done.

Tom talks about receiving ‘free’ treatments after appearing on ’90 Day Fiancé’

“You get offered all these treatments for free. And you go along and you have a little bit of stuff done in your eyes and you think, ‘Oh, that looks better.’ And you go back and before you know it you’ve had like fillers in your cheeks. I looked at myself in the mirror and was like, ‘What have I done? I can’t even smile anymore,’” he said.

Tom also shared his experience with CoolSculpting, which was notably painful.

“I went for CoolSculpting. I had like five grams worth of CoolSculpting where they freeze the fat in your stomach and I felt like I’d been kicked by a horse,” he said.

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“They freeze the areas of fat and then over 90 days it breaks down their molecular structure and the fat doesn’t come back in the same place,” he explained of the process.  

Tom feels he “lost too much weight” at one point.

“I had all my stomach done. I actually got to a point where I looked really thin so I actually lost too much weight because you become obsessed with it, don’t you?” he said.

Tom had never watched an episode of ’90 Day Fiancé’ before starring on the show

When Tom signed up for 90 Day Fiancé he had no idea what he was getting himself into–that he’d be offered free Botox and have his relationship ripped apart by strangers.

“I went on this show not knowing what it was. I didn’t even really know what the show was about. In hindsight, I probably should have watched it,” he said.

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Tom says he was “just [him]self” on the show. And, at first, that earned him a lot of fans.

“You end up in this area of television and I was just myself. So good, bad, and ugly, you got all of me. I wasn’t pretending to be anything else. I was just myself. So I think I kind of upset people because in the first series, like, ‘He’s such a gentleman.’ I’ve never said that. I’ve never said I’m a gentleman. It’s just the perception of someone,” he said.

In the second season, Tom lost his gentleman’s reputation. But he says that’s part of him, too.

“So by the second series, by saying and doing certain things, obviously that’s changed the perception of me somewhat. But I’m all of those things. I’m kind, loving, and I’m an obnoxious pig as well. I own it. And I hold my hands up. If there’s something wrong, then I apologize for it,” he said.

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