Most of the celebrity weight loss stories have been inspirational for people struggling with weight issues. While many are in awe with Mama June Shannon's amazing body transformation, her estranged daughter, Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell believes she's doing it for the wrong reason.

"I think she did it just to be more famous," Cardwell told E! News about her mom's weight loss. "I don't think she did it just for her because she never mentioned anything ever before about getting plastic surgery."

Reality star's weight loss part of comeback plan?

Mama June Shannon has now a brand new reality TV, "Mama June: From Not to Hot" after the "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" reality television series was axed by TLC in 2014.

Anna "Chikadee" Cardwell believes that her mom's manager wanted to put the weight loss story on her new show to bring more hype after the failure of her previous series. She also feels that this is a part of her mom's plan in coming back to show business.

"I think Mama did get herself out there to get another show," Chickadee shared. "That's my opinion on that. I don't think she did it or anything for herself. If she would have done it for herself, she would have tried to lose the weight a long time ago." Cardwell then went on to say that she has not been in contact with any of her family members, even her very own mother.

Mama June shed off pounds for hype?

Meanwhile, after losing a whopping 199 pounds, Mama June has yet another problem to face -- extra loose skin.

In order to get rid of her sagging skin, the reality star resorted to plastic surgery. The 37-year-old met up with her plastic surgeon, Dr. Daniel G. Kolder, M.D. to help her complete one of the last phases of her body transformation.

The reality star's weight loss definitely changed her body shape, so she was aiming to get some procedures done.

The "Mama June: From Not to Hot" star was hoping that the plastic surgeon can give her breasts a little lift after shedding off pounds. The TV personality underwent gastric bypass to achieve new slimmer figure.