REAL Housewives of New York City fans think Luann de Lesseps looks like a Simpsons character as she went topless covered in yellow clay.
Fans had a lot to say about the unique look as the 55-year-old shared a snap from her beach trip on Instagram.
On Monday, the RHONY star posted a topless photo of herself while covered in yellow clay as she posed on the beach.
Her breasts were blocked with starfish stickers and she only wore bikini bottoms, while her entire body was painted in bright yellow clay.
A number of RHONY fans took to the comments section of the post to poke fun at the look, as one person wrote: “What the… Lu Simpson?”
A following person shared that the Bravo star reminded them of another fictional character, writing: “Looks like the yellow guy from sin city.”
A third chimed in: “If they’d made avatar yellow.”
Others shared that they found the photo to be “scary” and “creepy,” as one person simply commented: “Yikes!”
Bravo fans continued to express their confusion over the look by saying it was “terrifying,” with one person stating: “This is horrible.”
One person wrote: “Money can’t buy you class! This is gross!”
Someone else added: “OMG Luann!!! That’s a new low!!”
As an additional fan said “this is terrifying,” another shared: “Love you, but I’m literally scared.”
Others said the yellow clay made her look sick, as one person wrote: “not the jaundice queen.”
Back in January, Luann was pictured with a group of friends in Florida just days after filming was shut down when one of the cast tested positive to Covid-19.
A RHONY insider told DailyMail.com that people behind the scenes were furious with the TV personality for partying at Portosole in Coral Gables with Real Housewives of Miami stars Marysol Patton, Alexia Echevarria and other female friends.
The insider slammed the singer as they told the outlet: “This is absolutely outrageous.
“All eyes are on our show because someone has tested positive for the virus. Yet she hops on a plane to Florida, rips off the mask and is singing and dancing at a party with a large group of women.
“Andy Cohen, Lisa Shannon at Shed, our production company, and Bravo need to step up and say enough is enough.”