On losing 20 pounds for her role as a ballerina:
“My mom freaked out. Everybody started panicking. She was like, ‘You have to promise me this isn’t going to affect you.’ I was like, ‘I promise it won’t, but it might take me a little time to be OK with having a little more fat on me.'”
On how being ultra-skinny looks in reality versus on camera:
“I could see why this industry is so f**ked up, because at 95 pounds, I would literally look at myself in the mirror and I was like, ‘Oh my God! I had no shape, no b~~~~, no a**… All you saw was bone. I was like, ‘This looks gross’. But in photographs and on film, it looked amazing…
“It took me five months to lose 20 pounds, but it took me just five days – days! – to gain it all back.“
Pictured: left, Mila in February 2010, while she was still filming and on the right, Mila these days. Can you see the 20 pound difference (keep in mind she gains more on her middle / upper half)?
Further info: Mila is 5’4” (her words) – she must have been around 95 pounds (BMI 16.3) on the left and around 115 lbs (BMI 19.7) on the right.
See more pictures of Mila at her skinniest in THIS post!
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42 year-old actress Julia Roberts brings the quotes of the day:
On her constant slim figure:
â€œIt is 97 percent genetics. Don’t let anybody tell you any crap about anything else, because that’s what it is – 97 percent genetics and three percent just get your a~~ moving. I should know because I’ve never met a cookie I didn’t like!â€
On weight-obsessed Hollywood:
â€œI’m too old for that crap. It’s so silly, so pointless, and it’s motivated by a culture that for some reason finds it entertaining to perpetuate the glorification of our youth. It’s really sad and disinteresting. I mean, I know people really suffer and I just think, â€˜How can they perpetuate that? It’s silly to consider it a personal triumph for myself that in almost 24 years in showbusiness – except for being pregnant – I’ve weighed within about a five to 10lb range. That seems unusual, but I’m lucky I haven’t suffered those things. I think it’s important for us to start perpetuating the healthy, happy way of looking at it as opposed to supporting the negative ideal of what a girl should ideally look like.â€
… says Julia.
Do you guys agree with her thoughts?
Oh oh! Looks like the ‘plus-size model’Â label is completely OUT when it comes to Crystal Renn,Â since the “Hunger” author appears to have lost even more weight, as these new pictures reveal. Let’s see the explanation from NY Mag:
Ford posted photos of Crystal Renn posing in a Fashion for Passion tank, sales of which benefit photographer Nicholas Routzen’s campaign for children and the arts. The blogosphere is shocked by how much weight she appears to have lost, especially after she looked to have lost weight before walking in the last Chanel cruise show, which was huge for her career.
Crystal’s agent Gary Dakin was contacted and he said:
“She is still a 39-40 hip (she fluctuates like any woman), and a solid size 10. She has no urge [to lose weight]. She’s an amazing model. She can make herself look bigger or smaller depending on what the client wants.”
Definitely not looking like a 10 in the above pictures!
So what is it? Further (intentional or unintentional) weight loss? Angles? Photoshop? Crystal’s slimming “talent” (as the agent says)? Maybe lens distortion?
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