Bonnie Says: Christina Hendricks Is NUTS To Lose 35 Pounds!

Mon, October 18, 2010 4:57pm EST by 9 Comments

Christina, please say it isn’t so. Over the weekend a new report appeared in the UK’s Daily Mail with a source claiming you are fed up with your fabulous curves.

“Christina has got sick of all the talk of her being the curviest woman in Hollywood. For her- it basically meant she was being called fat,” says their source.

She wants to drop 35 lbs off her bodacious 39D-30-39 figure. Yes, the figure that has had Hollywood talking and American men and women wanting to high five Hendricks. Unlike so many stick thin actresses, Christina, as Joan Holloway, in the sixties- era Mad Men drama, has become an inspiring role model for real women, and a sex symbol for oodles of men.

Along with Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Hudson and Beyoncé, Christina has been at the vanguard of a new group of  gorgeous full- figured women, who appeared to have revolutionized Hollywood’s casting opportunities.

Sadly, Christina wants to diet away her curves in the hopes that a slimmer figure will mean bigger roles. “She’s gone against everything she believed in before by going on the first diet of her life,” says The Daily Mail’s source.

Well Christina- what makes you so wonderfully va voom is what makes you refreshingly unique. Without your curves- you’re no different in looks than a million carbon copy Hollywood wannabees.

You’re a talented actress and that talent combined with curves has LA casting agents interested. “She’s not one of those plastic surgery bimbos, she’s a talented actress. I think she has the talent to play over to other roles, besides being Joan Holloway in Mad Men,” casting agent Lauren Lloyd, told

Yes Christina- you do have the talent to make it and your full figure is a fantastic asset. Women who buy movie tickets want to see actresses with naturally god-given female figures. Listen to me- DON’T DIET!

-Bonnie Fuller


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Posted at 9:28 AM on October 19, 2010  

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Posted at 7:53 AM on October 19, 2010  

I agree with Paul. The fasion industry is dominated by gay men who wouldn’t know an attractive women if one landed on them. Christina is perfect the way she is.

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Posted at 1:47 AM on October 19, 2010  

Who Cares? If the girl wants to lose weight – let her! it’s her body – and it actually feels good to get fit and toned, maybe it’s a good project for her. I think she looks great, and 35 pounds seems a bit much – but it’s not really about the scale. She will look beautiful the way she is now, or with a leaner body too –
geez, it’s like – maybe now the media can portray her as having an eating disorder, and follow her body sizes and talk about every time she gains or loses an inch …
as long as she has a healthy mind about it,and is doing it for herself then it’s none of our damn business.

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Posted at 1:30 AM on October 19, 2010  

Don’t they say the camera says it adds 10 lbs to a picture? The mother of my future children looks perfect to me? I’ll gain 10 lbs so you look slimmer next to me.

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Posted at 11:30 PM on October 18, 2010  

Who cares? loose all the curves even loose the brain and don’t 4get 2 loose d fake boobs it makes you look like a milk industry. am so sick of u fake low esteem ppl in,

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Posted at 11:22 PM on October 18, 2010  

The truth is, most women that are advertised in the mainstream media as attractive are actually underweight. Many don’t visually register them as underweight because of being bombarded with so much images of underweight women with labels of “sexy” and “hot” so a distortion happens.

The reason there is so much obsession with underweight women (which the majority of mainstream Hollywood actresses and models are) is because of the grand influence of the fashion industry in pop culture and mainstream media. And the fashion industry is dominated by mostly gay men. Christina Hendrick’s figure is considered more attractive to straight men than what the industry shoves down everyone’s throats.

Hendricks is totally healthy and the reason all the big deal was being made about her was because the majority of her female colleagues are underweight. Instead of understanding this, she seems to have fallen victim to the distortion of thinking she is fat when in reality she isn’t and now sadly will conform to the sickness that you can thank the fashion industry for.

And for anyone who thinks she is “doing it for herself” she isn’t. There was a quote in another article that said “Christina has got sick of all the talk of her being the curviest woman in Hollywood. For her it basically meant she was being called fat.” That’s not doing it “for yourself”. That’s doing it because of what other people say and what you perceive that to be.

Imagine someone being made fun of because of their dark skin color. Instead of understanding that those people are brainwashed bigots they take it to heart and decide to get skin bleaching products just so people won’t make say anything anymore. That isn’t “doing it for yourself”.

This is incredibly disappointing news. She was about the only woman in Hollywood I actually found attractive. Not only because of her body but because I thought she was a strong woman who stood head and shoulders above the unhealthy and misguided pressure for females to be underweight. The fact that she wasn’t so and became successful lead me to think that here was a women that was not just displaying so much beauty, but so much strength in character as well. That kind of combination I find to be hot and was what I saw Hendricks to be.

I guess I was wrong.

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Posted at 9:51 PM on October 18, 2010  

Don’t lose the curves. Look at Dolly Parton. She was a beautiful curvy woman and then dieted. Now I think she is not beautiful anymore. She just looks sick. Others have done it too. Go back and see before and after pics of them and see which you would prefer. Curvy is GGGGGGGGREAT.

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Matt Fondren

Posted at 8:46 PM on October 18, 2010  

I think she has an amazing figure. Don’t change yourself for hollywood

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Posted at 6:04 AM on October 19, 2010  

She already looks like she *has* lost weight. Even in that pic, from the waist down she looks very slim. And from the neck up. If she didn’t have those cartoonish squared off boobs (I really do not understand her breasts and find her cleavage really weird and unattractive, like she has an ass on her chest) she would look pretty skinny.

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