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Amber Riley in Essence Magazine

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Glee star Amber Riley is featured in Essence magazine this month, where she rocks figure hugging outfits with high heels.

Daily Mail makes an introduction:

Glee’s Amber Riley flies the flag for curvy women in her dazzling first fashion shoot – Glee diva Amber Riley has hit a real high note with her first ever fashion campaign. The actress proudly put her shapely figure on show in a dazzling photo spread for Essence magazine’s Black Women in Hollywood issue. The 24-year-old, who plays feisty Mercedes Jones in the hit TV show, looks a picture of confidence as she poses in a sparkling silver sequinned dress and bright pink peep-toe heels.

How do you like the pictures?

See one more shot after the jump!

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Femca
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Femca

She looks good, but since here knees seem to have disappeared in the second picture, I’m curious how much photoshop was involved.

Femca
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Femca

*her knees

Crys
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I noticed that same thing.
I’m not a fan of her character on Glee but it’s great to see an African-American on a hit tv show.

Casey
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Casey

I don’t mind photoshop to remove blemishes, cellulite, wrinkles etc but when they photoshop knees out there is a certain degree of, “Wtf?” Since when did it become wrong to have knees? How are knees unattractive?

flossy
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flossy

Its not “knees” it’s dark knees. Unfortunately there’s a really unhealthy obsession amongst black women who think having dark knees and elbows is unattractive. And I guarantee the same magazine will have at least a dozen advertisements for so called “fade creams” masquerading as blemish, dark spot removal creams. See it’s not just the European magazines that have problems promoting positive images of women of colour and photoshops them beyond recognition!

Casey
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Casey

But they didn’t just lighten them, they completely smoothed them out. She HAS no knees at this point.

flossy
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flossy

And look at her elbows see any dark areas? EXACTLY!!! They’ve lightened her all over. God I wish they had just left her knees and elbows alone.
I wonder how long it will be before she does a Jennifer Hudson and loses all the weight? I bet Jenny Craig is dying to get their hands on her.

Lovisa
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she seems to have a great personality but she is too big for my taste…

Bellerina
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Bellerina

Too big for my taste too but thank god they didn’t photoshop her to a size 4! I’d much rather see magazines representing the real person than some Frankenstein like image.

mello
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mello

I second that.

Lovisa
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yeah, i agree. although her knees are VERY photoshopped

citygirl
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citygirl

TOO BIG FOR YOUR TASTE???? Jeez! do you people expect everyone to be perfect, Why cant everyone accept people for who they are. Shes a very pretty girl! And people GET over the photoshop commnents,…they are done on every photo, its just a given! The commenters on theis site make me sick! Actually sometimes it makes me almost cry, why are people so mean about others????

miss polyglot
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Have I missed something? I thought this website was all about stating our opinion and about differing tastes? As long as people state their opinion in a respectful manner I don’t see anything wrong with that.

Rowan
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Agreed!

Lovisa
Member

exactly!

Sierra
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Sierra

I’m with you, city girl. I always say, “Just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD.”

stoney
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stoney

You must dont know math cause she is not a size 4. Dang I swear people get dumber and dumber everyday. Does that image actually look like she is a size 4?? too funny. Only haters judge…

Naomi
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Naomi

What? Bellerina said ”but thank god they didn’t photoshop her to a size 4!”

The key word being DIDN’T. Learn to read before you insult someone.

stoney
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stoney

Maybe you are too skinny for her taste!

wonderwoman21
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wonderwoman21

She has a great shape, I think that a little weight loss would really bring it out.

jenna
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jenna

she is very pretty and works her body size well. however i do agree that losing some weight would bring out her figure more. just look at jennifer hudson…lost some weight but is still shapely, and looks gorgeous!

Erica
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She’s a very voluptuous woman and seems to have a great personality! Sure she would look good smaller, but that’s not for everyone, and I certainly don’t think she looks obese.
Her knees look really weird in the second pic – like they have been airbrushed out of existence!

progressivelements
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progressivelements

She probably is obese, but being obese doesn’t mean you can’t be gorgeous and healthy. Our notion of what ‘obese’ actually means is quite far from what obese looks like in real life.

Then again, the camera makes people look bigger so perhaps she’s in the overweight category. But it doesn’t really matter because she’s talented and looks great. 🙂

aj
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I don’t think you can be obese and ‘healthy’. You can be a little over weight and healthy, because its just a few pounds, but obese = bmi over 30…. that is really not healthy.

anonymouse
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anonymouse
Unless you’re very tall. Then your bmi will be huge no matter what you weigh. It’s in the maths. BMI does NOT equal health and DOES NOT apply to individuals (only populations). Obesity is another issue – and if you’re obese you may be “healthy” but chances are you won’t be for long. Excess weight increases the RISK of type II diabetes, heart disease and MANY CANCERS, etc. I think Amber carries the weight well, but I would like her to maybe shed a bit for the sake of her long-term health. She’s a wonderful singer/actor and I wouldn’t like… Read more »
Ginger
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Ginger

She is stunning…..her facial bone structure is absolutely beautiful. And those cheekbones, wow!

Anne
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Anne

whats so amazing about her cheekbones? lolllll

Nataleigh
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Nataleigh

She’s very beautiful, and good on her for being confident to show her figure off, but I do think she is too overweight and into the obese category. I happened to see a video of her singing the National Anthem at the World Series (idk when the vid was from) but she’s definitely not just “curvy”. She rocks it, though, and the girl has some pipes.

madeline
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madeline

same here-that is not curvy.Sofia Vergara,Jennifer Lopez,those are curvy women.I am sorry but she s just obese and lucky enough that it seems kinda proportional.That is not curvy.

And at her size losing weight isn t about looking slim it s about being healthy.

artemis
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artemis

curvy BUT big X_x

snoops
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snoops

she looks kinda “obese” to me, maybe she is not quite obese, but she is pretty close. I have a friend who is about this size, smaller probably, and she said the doctor has told her she is obese. Obviously she would look better if she were thinner. If she doesnt care and doesnt want to lose weight then thats fine her body, her life.

jenp
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jenp

She’s definitely at risk for type 2 diabetes. Recently a lot of my bigger friends have been told they’re pre-diabetic. I guess as you enter your 30’s, your body can’t handle the weight as much and that’s when the health problems start to emerge.

Erica
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She is not automatically at risk for type 2 diabetes because of her weight. I have been assessed for type 2 diabetes through a medical questionnaire and there were no questions about weight – only waist circumference. I don’t know her measurements, but even if her waist is 39in as long as her family history, blood pressure, cholesterol, diet, etc are all okay then she is at low risk. In fact, her ethnicity is probably her single biggest risk factor. I’m just trying to point out that being overweight does not necessarily mean you will get sick and die younger… Read more »
Casey
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Casey

Extra weight IS a risk factor for type 2 diabetes, due to a common mediator (diet).

Weigh circumference is separate from the above and an even bigger predictor of type 2 diabetes development.

Doesn’t mean she has it, just that her risk of getting it is more than normal.

Casey
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Casey

Waist* not weight

Jane
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Jane

Um, Erica, about 60% of Type 2 diabetes cases can be directly attributed to obesity. I saw this statistic today in a presentation on obesity at a medical conference.

Erica
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Well, maybe the advice I have been given is not so good then! My bad!
I was just trying to point out, that it’s not possible to tell someone’s health problems and/or risks by simply looking at them. I don’t look at a very thin woman and say that she probably doesn’t have periods anymore, even though there is a risk she might not. i just don’t like the speculation, I guess.

lucy
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lucy

I see nothing healthy about this image at all. Just like skinny models get criticised for portraying a bad image of thin to impressionable girls, so too is this promoting a BAD body image. This woman is an unhealthy weight but because she’s not stick thin its just ‘curvy’, sorry but she’s fat. Nothing good about this body at all, i would certainly not want to see this image in a magazine just as much as a skinny one if not more.

holly
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holly

Agreed, this isnt healthy she is obese. Who cares if she is pretty a lot of obese and pretty people will still be dead in there 60s people shouldnt promote obesity and they shouldnt promote anorexia. I want to see how many of these women posting on here would be appauled at this if she was anorexic not just thin anorexic because this girl isnt just fat shes obese.

Erica
Member
I don’t think anyone’s trying to promote her weight as being healthy. What’s the alternative to these pictures of her? Overweight celebs should only be photographed eating chocolate and wearing muumuus to illustrate how fat and unhealthy they are?! And underweight celebs should be photographed in ill-fitting clothes and gazing longingly at a sandwich to excentuate their bones and show how underfed and frail they are?! She’s not a model – she’s not meant to represent an ideal of beauty. The fact of the matter is, many women look like Amber and can relate to her overweight body – just… Read more »
Sidney
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Sidney

This is sort of where i was getting. She’s an actress, not a model or a spokesperson. Just because she’s not an ideal weight should she highlight that by wearing unflattering clothes and showing us sad faces.

lucy
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lucy

What i’m saying is when a celeb is in a magazine, or on a show, they are idolised whether they like it or not, the way the are effects other people. Jessica stroup isn’t a model, she still got blasted as promoting and unhealthy body image. This is exactly the same.
There’s always gonna be people who will argue with what people say, but this is my opinion, I don’t want my future kids to look at her and want to emulate her.

Nikki
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Nikki
I don’t think people need to be so scared about what she’s promoting. I think skinnier people look better than this, but it’s still nice to see diversity. And i think the only effect this will have is that bigger people won’t feel as bad about themselves. I don’t think people will look at her and go: oh i want to gain as much weight as her, cos she’s an idol now. I’m bigger than most celebs, although not this big and not fat, and seeing bigger celebs isn’t making me feel it’s okay to be fat. Really skinny celebs… Read more »
Jane
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Jane
First of all…all the overweight celebrities love to go on about how confident they are and how happy with their curves…until they finally manage to lose the weight, and all of a sudden they become spokespeople for diet organization (ahem, Jennifer Hudson), and they’re sooo happy to finally be thin like the rest of the beautiful thin people in Hollywood. Second, I don’t think people need to worry about anybody promoting an unhealthy weight. Do you think anybody would actually want to be fat, no matter how much magazine hype they read about “curves”? Nobody is buying it and nobody… Read more »
flossy
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flossy
But what do you expect her to be? By social/media/celebrity standards in western culture a woman has to be has to be either “fat and jolly” or “a skinny b—“!! Celebrities are not immune. They can’t complain because public sympathy isn’t there, the perception is that they have a great life so why are you complaining. An overweight celebrity can’t complain because the general backlash is usually “if you’re unhappy with you weight do something about it”. Equally a skinny celebrity is often frowned upon due to envy as not having the right to complain about their lives. Look at… Read more »
Nikki
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Nikki
I half agree with the first part. It’s quite an annoying trend, but i guess hollywood just gets to them… Agree completely about the second part. That’s what i was trying to say. Amber Riley isn’t going to increase obesity, everybody would still prefer to be slim compared to fat. Don’t agree with the last part though. How can u generalize like that. In my experience it has nothing to do with how skinny or not a person is. I know several girls with a little extra weight who are very secure and happy with themselves, and i’ve met several… Read more »
flossy
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flossy
Okay let me make this clear I’m not making a general statement that being skinny equates happiness I’m demonstrating media/social/celebrity trend. The point you make is valid about women being emotionally unhappy on the inside at either end of the scale. But the media never focuses on the emotional insides of women it focuses on what it sees on the outside, and argues image is everything and its what sells at the end of the day, which is the point nobody who is that successful is allowed to complain because they are seen as being ungracious. And I certainly didn’t… Read more »
Anne
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Anne

i dont think shes promoting obeseity, i doubt anyone would wanna look obese where as skinny thats more common to want

vi
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she’s not promoting health though is she. there’s no reason why women of all shapes and sizes shouldn’t be represented.

padme
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padme

Geez she’s an actress. Usually magazines take pictures of the people they interview. What is she supposed to wear a giant paper bag over her body so her obeseness doesn’t offend your eyes?

Sidney
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Sidney
I don’t know about promoting any kind of images, i definitely don’t think her weight is something that should be celebrated, but as she and many other already are overweight, i think it’s good to see fabulous people enjoying life and not feeling ashamed bc of their body (skinny people get called names too but there are still plenty of very bony skinny people who “still” feel beautiful and worthy, rightfully so). I can’t be sure but i’m fairly confident she could be healthier, but as far as mere looks go, i think she carries her body really well, and… Read more »
FM
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http://www.skinnyvscurvy.com/1-girl-2-outfits/amber-riley-1-girl-2-outfits.html

Well this is how her knees really look so I guess a fair amount of photoshop was probably used.

Melody
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yeah from that pic. unless she has lost some weight. they fixed up her legs i think and not just the knees. good for her to be confident though.

Rebecca
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Rebecca

‘Glee’s Amber Riley flies the flag for curvy women’ – no she doesn’t, she is very overweight and that is not healthy or something to promote, just like being very underweight is not something to promote. And if i was a ‘curvy’ woman i would be offended that i was being grouped into the same category as an overweight person.

Chrissy
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Chrissy

She’s obese and that’s that. Obese is not good. That’s the end of that.

Peach
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Peach

What do you think obese is?
Because she looks healthy to me. I always thought obesity was unhealthy -_-

Framboise
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yes she is. And in “real life” she must be even worse because we all know these photos are photoshopped

Peach
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Peach

I agree now, I saw some pictures on here – doesn’t look so good. She’s not curvy, just a little big.

seijidan
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seijidan

I think she’s borderline overweight and obese. She’s very large. Not morbid obese like those 400 pounds+, but she’s almost on her way if she continues to gain more

kim
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I think she looks great! So fierce!

Casey
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Casey
This woman is not “curvy.” I don’t see any more curves on her than I see on Miranda Kerr. The only thing I see on her that differentiates her from Miranda Kerr would be extra weight. And yes she is overweight. Does it matter? Not really. It’s her choice. I think we, as a people, are finally out of the dark ages where we didn’t know the dangers of being overweight. If someone chooses to be overweight despite that, it is their choice, much like it’s a person’s choice to smoke. Being overweight doesn’t automatically make you unattractive, but it… Read more »
Zeka
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Zeka

You know, being overweight isn’t a choice for everyone. I know more healthy big girls than unhealthy ones. Take my two roommates for example. Both of them are plus sized and medically overweight. However, they both eat very healthy and exercise 4 times a week.

I’m not saying that all overweight people don’t have a choice. A lot of them do (more than they want to admit it). Bodies are a pain; it’s hard to fight what your body is programmed to do.

Ellen
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Ellen

I second the whole being overweight a choice thing not being accurate. Is it a choice for you naturally skinny people to be that skinny? Didn’t think so. It’s HARD for some people to lose weight. Just because you may be able to easily doesn’t mean everyone can just as easily.

Ellen
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Ellen

Btw, I meant to reply to Casey with that comment, my apologies.

Erica
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I agree. It’s not always a choice – some people have always been big and always will be, even with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Just as Ellen says, do the skinny people on here choose to be skinny? I’ve read many comments from thin girls here saying that it’s just natural for them and they don’t like people putting skinniness down – don’t you think that might go the other way too?

Cristina
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Cristina

Erica, i asked the same question thousands of times on this forum. You will not get an answer. People don’t like being faced with their own hypocrisy (just for the record, i am not talking about Casey over here)

Kimberly
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Kimberly

It’s not usually a choice to be overweight, but it is usually a lifestyle related problem. Genetics predisposes some individuals to being overweight, but it’s not as common as you think. Most of the time, unhealthy habits are to blame for being overweight or obese.

Casey
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Casey
In my original comment, I was not referring to those who were naturally overweight. People who are naturally overweight…the weight suits them, much like naturally thin people carry thinness well. I think, in reality, very little of the population is actually naturally thin OR overweight. Statistics wise, it would only be 5% of the population that is naturally thin, and 5% of the population that is naturally overweight. You can exaggerate and say it’s 10%, so 10% of people can be naturally overweight…but that’s still very short of the 60% of people that ARE overweight. In my comment, I was… Read more »
Erica
Member

I get what you are saying Casey – some people can’t change their size, but the vast majority of people can. It’s up to the individual to choose their lifestyle and as far as the obesity epidemic goes, I think a lot of it is down to lack of education and easy availability and low cost of food that is far from natural and healthy. I don’t think it’s simply a matter of people being lazy and overindulgent – that’s too simplistic.

Ashes
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Ashes

Just like you can be slim and curvy (and a lot of people on the site frequently remind all us posters of this) you can be overweight and curvy. If curvy is dependent on your breast to waist to hip ratio, or even just your WHR then I would say that she IS curvy. She seems to have great proportions and I certainly see a lot more curves on her figure than I see on Miranda Kerr.

Casey
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Casey

I understand that one can be overweight and curvy, my comment was specifically explaining how I don’t think she is curvy, regardless of her size. I see her as someone who if she slimmed down, wouldn’t have very much curves on her, or at least, average amount of curves. Not to the extent that women like Kelly Brooke and Beyonce have curves. To me, those women are truly the “curvy” women. If Beyonce gained or lost 50 pounds, she would still be curvier than Amber Riley.

dzhii
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dzhii

since when being overweight, basically just fat, is voluptuous, shapely or curvy????
I dont say that everyone should be underweight or stick thin, but this is no role-model… I wouldn’t suggest anyone to look like this. It is NOT healthy. There are tons of healthy looking, normal weight girls, why don’t they put them in photo-shoots?

Arielle
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Arielle

Amber Rily is a superb actress and singer. She deserves to be celebrated in a photo shoot because of all of her accomplishments. She’s a role model because she’s followed her dreams and achieved her goals. Her weight shouldn’t be something that holds her back from dressing up and posing for a camera. Let her celebrate herself!

Aria
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Aria

TOTALLY agree!

cfp
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First off, Amber has definitely lost some weight lately, so I don’t really think that much photoshop is involved. Secondly, she is not promoting her body as healthy living or the epitome of fitness to be emulated. Her body is her body, and there’s no reason why she shouldn’t be allowed to appear in magazines just because she is overweight! The point is, she is a very talented young woman and she is getting recognition for that. Why shouldn’t she? I’m kind of disgusted that there are people here implying that because she is overweight that she shouldn’t be allowed… Read more »
cfp
Guest

Sorry I posted too soon…because I wanted to end that post by saying that being healthy on the outside and making healthy choices starts with being healthy on the inside…aka your mind, and feeling good and fabulous no matter what your body looks like is a big part of that.

Calia
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Calia
You couldn’t be more right. I find that from personal experience. When I was really overweight (junior high and high school), I was so depressed and ashamed. Then one day, I woke up, saw that that was all bull**** and started celebrating who I was and how I looked. Then I was able to eat healthier, exercise more, and lose all the weight and keep it all. It’s because I had a positive attitude about myself and my looks, even though I wanted to improve some things. Shame gets you nowhere – if it did, a lot of fat people… Read more »
flossy
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flossy

AMEN

Jemima98
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Jemima98

I love the second picture, but I wish her skin hadn’t been smoothed down so much. I’m okay with a bit of smoothing, but when your knees disappear, you know it’s too much.

ajt
Guest
Argh! These photo shoots always irk me. Amber has a beautiful face, a nice shape and surprisingly slim ankles, but she is definitely not curvy and is overweight instead. Most likely she is close to or at obesity. I agree that she shouldn’t hide and I think it’s awesome she always dresses well and looks pretty (so many celebs are slobs these days). However, I don’t think that her body shape should be mentioned in the article. No one says tiny Kate Bosworth is in a photo shoot representing petite girls. A celebrities size shouldn’t be mentioned because it calls… Read more »
Katy
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Katy

She is a great singer, but I really think she could stand to lose a little weight. Not just for aesthetics, but for health too.Lovely skin though!

deanna
Member

She’s not curvy, she is overweight, Apparently it’s working for her at the moment though. It won’t be healthy as she ages and continues to gain.

Anne
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Anne

i think shes curvy and overweight hehe, if she lost weight she would be curvy then

Anna
Guest

She wears clothes well for her size, she looks cute still. wtf with the knees …

Ophelie
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Ophelie

She’s an actress who did an interview, that’s it. She shouldn’t have to hide underground bc she’s overweight. She’s not encouraging people to be fat, she’s just living and working on her career. Being very overweight is unhealthy but just bc a public persona is fat, that doesn’t translate to promoting obesity. I like the pictures bc she looks happy.

bigvinamac
Guest

She has lost weight from what I can remember. I don’t think she is unhealthy or has obesity but if amber wants to be healthy in the long run, then losing more weight would help. Weight problems will catch up when she gets older. And I don’t know why people assume because someone lose weight, they’re trying to be skinny. Maybe they want to take care of their health, instead of appearing to look good. I rather be healthy.

Carolina
Member

Ok I have to say I totally adoooore this girl she has such a great style and attitude. Regarding if she is overweight is out of question no matter how much we like her it is obvious she is really big and I know she looks slimmer in these pictures that reality. Still, I admire the fact that she knows how to work with what she’s got!

Clare
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Clare

I love herr 🙂 She’s so cute on glee (she’s a divaa 🙂 ) and she can SING! She does have a little waist compared to the rest of her though, or at least it looked that way at the globes, where she looked AMAZING.

Laurie
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Laurie
In defense of these pictures and Amber Riley- apology beforehand because this will get long lol: One, I think Amber Riley looks better here than just about any other time I’ve seen her- these outfits are flattering and also do not attempt to hide her body. Maybe photoshop has a lot to do with it, but it’s an industry standard, and we’ve all seen much more glaring photoshop on actresses half her size. Two: of course obesity can directly cause health problems. That’s not up for debate. That being said, I would doubt Amber Riley is close to being -morbidly-… Read more »
Erica
Member
Exactly! Well said Laurie! It’s not fair to judge her health without knowing more than just: ‘she looks fat’! Many people are overweight and still quite fit and healthy – it’s not black and white and we shouldn’t judge without knowing her medical history, diet and exercise regime! I know a man who runs marathons, is extremely lean and is a nutritionist – but he still has health problems and sometimes talks about them as if they shouldn’t exist because he is so fit and slim! It’s a myth that being slim and fit means you will have very few… Read more »
Clare
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Clare

I doubt she is obese. Obese is not a synonym for fat, it means a BMI of 30 or more.

tina
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tina

removed*. you all decide for yourself whether or not you think she is obese (i personally think she is atleast 60 pounds overweight) but she is working what she’s got, so you gotta admire that.

Cristina
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Cristina

Where did you get from? Obese is a bmi of over 30; completely different from the over 30 lbs overweight. On a fit guy, 6 feet tall, muscular, 30 lbs over the bmi of 25 means nothing, for example.

Sarah
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Sarah
I don’t understand why everyone is so preoccupied with other people’s health. Yes, Amber is overweight. I’m sure she’s aware and doesn’t need people to comment about it everytime they see a picture of her. What if when you got a blemish or a cold sore and every single person you passed in the hallway decided to make a remark about it? Secondly, while she may be overweight, she is so much more than that. The number on the scale or the amount of lipids stored in your cells do not define you as a person. I’m sure if you… Read more »
fenotte
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fenotte

Please, what the hell with all these debates about being skinny, overweight, obese, healthy, unhealthy… Do you find her beautiful or not ? I find her very gorgeous, wearing outifts which suit her body very well, enhancing her assets, and that’s all

Cristina
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Cristina

If one obese hollywood celebrity is going to promote obesity, how come not 80% of usa is on the thin side (not necessarily underweight, but still thin/slim) since that is what the vast majority of hollywood celebrities promote? Ahem, thought so.

Anara
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Anara

I LOVE your comment!

kss
Guest

Sorry but doesent looks healthy or anything else to me.

kss
Guest

look*

snugglepup
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snugglepup

Great face and great figure… I’m sure she’s gonna lose weight if she stays longer in this biz, but she’s beautiful anyways. Sad thing tho, no knees, hmm?

Priscila
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Priscila

She looks great 🙂

progressivelements
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progressivelements

I’ve always thought she has the best voice on Glee. It seems strange that the show always pretends Rachel is the most talented when it’s obvious that there are plenty who can sing much better than her.

skinnyme??
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skinnyme??

i am tired of magazines calling obese people curvy. This is not curvy. She has a pretty face though.

stoney
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stoney

Some of you rude individuals need a reality check. I swear some of you should have been aborted for saying so rude things…

Sims
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Sims

I think she could be the next Jennifer Hudson if she keeps up this great singing voice she has! Like every obese celebrity she will eventually lose the weight. Hollywood is very demanding and does not like heavy stars on popular tv shows parading around. I’m pretty sure you’ll here about here in the next year or two dropping 50 or so pounds and getting down to a size 4.

Callie
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Callie

I think she’s beautiful and very talented, but I do think she is overweight. I’m not saying everyone needs to be a size zero, but if she lost a few pounds she could bring her weight into a healthy range. She looks gorgeous nonetheless though.

vivina
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vivina

i don’t know how you people say she’s good and on the other side you don’t like Cameron Diaz in bikini..for God’s sake!this is UNHEALTHY!i don’t expect all people to be skinny,this is fasism..but she has to do something with her weight for her health first of all..

Lisa
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Lisa

Curvy. lol.

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