‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ star Heather Gay breaks down her Botox regimen

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“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Heather Gay isn’t sure there is such a thing as too much Botox.

“It depends on your priorities,” the soon-to-be reality star told Page Six. “If speaking is important to you, then you can get too much Botox. If moving your lips and forehead in any way is important, then yeah, you can get too much Botox. If you just want to stand there and look beautiful, there’s never enough.”

Gay added that she gets Botox “every three to four months,” gets her lips done once a year and also gets a “painful facial” twice a year.

Gay, who has joined the newest Bravo “Housewife” franchise premiering on Nov. 11, runs a spa Beauty Lab in the Utah capital and is a divorced mother with three daughters.

“I didn’t know how to function,” she said of her painful divorce. “I’m still having a very, very difficult time. I didn’t know anyone that was Mormon and divorced and single and happy.”

She added, “I either had to get remarried or redefine my entire life. I had three little kids and I didn’t know how to do it and nobody gave me any guidance.”

Gay is also well-aware that starring on a Bravo series that often features alcohol — a big no-no in the Mormon Church — and raunchy nights out will probably result in ex-communication.

“I want to get to the point where I won’t care. Cerebrally I don’t care, but emotionally yeah, it will be upsetting,” she told us, adding that her family isn’t happy about her being on the show.

“Right now they just see it as me falling into all the trappings of the world,” she explained. “Celebrity and money and crash television and not being a righteous devout mother.”

Gay is hoping that starring in the franchise will bring some eligible men into the picture and she’s really eager to win over gay men.

“Oh my gosh, I’ve been praying my whole life to become a gay icon,” she squealed. “If the gays will take me I will carry the badge of honor.”

Gay will be appearing at the Vulture’s virtual festival on Friday at 7 p.m. ET.

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