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o2maxfitness o2maxfitness 4 years
This was a fun article!
o2maxfitness o2maxfitness 4 years
This was a fun article!
Ellawind Ellawind 4 years
I love this slideshow because it's true, none of them look grotesque or unhealthy, and they're not obese or anything. What bugs me is that they all say the way they gained weight was to not watch what they were eating or eat a bunch of junk food. If you're trying to gain weight, do it the healthy way and simply eat more good-for-you calories!
SaraNoH SaraNoH 4 years
geez, 19 pds of muscle?! dang! That takes some serious hard work for a woman.
sweetas67 sweetas67 4 years
Yeah I definitely think Renee was her prettiest in Bridget Jones.
crookedmegs crookedmegs 4 years
I saw on Ellen that Michelle originally tried gaining weight, but it all went to her face. She & the director decided she would eat the healthy way she usually does, and they used hip and booty padding to add curves.
dianamaltz dianamaltz 4 years
Loved your comment on a "little" extra weight being attractive. I find people get discouraged with weight loss when they are unrealistic about what they want to lose. zestforlifenyc.wordpress.com
Gabriela-Une-Vie-Saine Gabriela-Une-Vie-Saine 4 years
I think they actually all looked better with a little more weight...especially Renee!! She's much more beautiful with softer features.
sunshinedaydream2706 sunshinedaydream2706 4 years
Is it just me? I don't see a difference between Amy Adams' photos or Julia Roberts' photos!
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