REBEL Wilson showed off his slim figure in cropped denim shorts on the set of his new movie, Senior Year.
The 41-year-old actress has taken a great health trip in recent years and revealed that she has lost 60 pounds of weight.
While filming the new comedy in Atlanta, Georgia, Rebel flaunted her slim body in a pair of Bermuda style denim shorts, showing off her toned legs.
Plus, she wore a pink crew-neck sweatshirt that stopped right over her hips.
The actress’s blonde hair was styled in a sleek, straight look, with a slightly off-center part.
According to Deadline, Senior Year “follows a cheerleader who wakes up from a 20-year-old coma and returns to high school to try to regain her status and claim the elusive prom queen crown.
Late last month, Rebel hit the beach in Florida and soaked up the sun in a low-cut black swimsuit before her new project.
The Hustle star donned a black tight one-piece with a deep V detail and Givenchy slides for the day.
“Palm Beach-ing. I think I want to move to Florida now, ”she captioned the post.
The Sydney native, who currently has a home downstairs as well as in LA, has marked 2020 as her “health year.”
After losing 60 pounds, Rebel confessed that she regretted not losing the pounds and get in shape earlier.
In a conversation with In the style, she revealed, “Now that I know I can do it, I sometimes feel sad that I didn’t do it sooner.
Kerry Katona sobs in ‘anger’ at her ex for addiction that left baby fatherless
Katie Price for a full body, eyebrow and face lift AND new teeth
SCAN YOU SAY?
Stacey Solomon fans convinced she has a daughter after spotting scan clues
Ashley Cain’s partner Safiyya receives touching casting from baby Azaylia
Very pregnant Lauren Goodger seems in love with her boyfriend Charles
“Maybe I should have tried when I was 30, not 40. But everyone’s journey is different, and it’s not a race or a competition.”
In 2020, the rebels The New Year’s resolution was to reach a target weight of 165 pounds.
She decided she would go to the gym more frequently and “avoid sugar and junk food.”