- Rebel Wilson recently lost 60 pounds, but says her transformation wasn’t for looks.
- “It’s just about loving yourself and loving the journey you’re on”, Perfect the actress said in a recent interview. “The women I find the most beautiful are the ones who take their own power. “
- Wilson, 41, still isn’t used to all the attention paid to her appearance, but she understands why people are “so obsessed” with her weight loss.
Rebel Wilson’s recent 60+ pound weight loss has been the subject of much discussion – and now she’s explaining why she started her wellness journey in the first place.
In a recent interview with Australia The daily telegraph, the Isn’t that romantic The 41-year-old actress has set the record straight for her weight loss. “It’s not about having a certain height or a certain body weight or whatever,” she explained. “It’s just about loving yourself and loving the journey you’re on. And for me, the women I find the most beautiful are the ones who take their own power. “
Despite all the positive aspects of her new lifestyle focused on health and wellness, including the feeling that she triggered her “inner siren,” Wilson expressed some frustration with all the attention being paid. to its appearance. “In 2019, I released, like, four films, two that I produced and one, Bunny Jojo, which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, “she said.” Yet I have more pressure the following year when I’m doing nothing but losing weight. “
“People are so obsessed with this,” Wilson continued. ” But I understand. Oprah is one of my heroes. She certainly has eating issues, and I always watched her episodes when she was talking about it.
Wilson, who portrayed the character of Fat Amy in the Perfect film series, kicked off what she called her “Healthy Year” in 2020, when she announced on social media that she was aiming to lose 60 pounds. By sharing advice (including the power to walk) with her fans and followers, she also encouraged them to take charge of their health alongside her.
Now her weight loss has led people to treat her differently. “I liked to think I looked good in all sizes,” Wilson said in February. “And I’ve always been pretty confident so it’s not like I’m not confident and now I’m super confident.”
“What’s interesting is the way people treat you. Sometimes, being bigger, people don’t necessarily look twice at you, ”she continued. “Now that I’m in good shape, people suggest that I carry my groceries to the car and keep the doors open for [me]. “
Wilson is the latest public figure to join a growing chorus of voices speaking out against the intense attention to celebrity appearances. Last week, Jonah Hill asked fans to stop making comments about her body, positive or negative. The previous week, Adele had opened up about her weight loss, saying, “The most brutal conversations were from other women about my body. … It hurt me.
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Aside from the world’s fixation on her weight, the actress is happy to have made her wellness trip. “For the first time in my life, I lost weight and kept it off,” Wilson continued in The daily telegraph. “I am more proud of this fact. It worked because it was the whole lifestyle approach and emotional eating management. I am not completely healed. I don’t think you can be. But I’ve learned to deal with it, and it’s not by having a bowl of ice cream.
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