The hottest new trend in Hollywood is weight confession! Today’s leading ladies are revealing their best kept secrets—their weight!
There is nothing more taboo than revealing a woman’s weight, but the newest trend in Hollywood is to break boundaries and bare it all. Tinsletown’s biggest starlets are saying goodbye to body issues, and boldly admitting their sacred numbers! Check out how you measure up to your favorite bombshell vixens like Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, and Sofia Vergara.
- Katy Perry 5’8 and 130 pounds
- Kim Kardashian 5’2 and a ½ and 117 pounds
- Sofia Vergara 5’7 and 125 pounds
- Kourtney Kardashian 5 foot and 95 pounds
- Mila Kunis 5’2 and 95 pounds
- Oprah Winfrey 5’6 ranging between 160-237 pounds
Women across the country are obsessive about weight! Whether it be the newest celebrity diets or the hottest trends in fitness, we can’t get enough of our weight loss “crack”. Fat, skinny, curvy, or fit we have all been guilty of cursing the scale at some point in time, so it’s pretty admirable that these women were confident enough to own up to their own skin.
Sofia Vergara was the latest celeb to dish to Shape magazine all the details about her amazing body, and how she works out hard but still splurges on sweet treats. She also told the ladies on The Talk, about how she struggled as an early actress because people were always telling her to lose weight. When criticized for not being able to fit into sample size dresses like the other actresses on the red carpet, the saucy brunette responded, “They might look better in pictures, but I look better naked!”
Interestingly enough, it’s the girls who Hollywood deems “curvy” that were the most willing to divulge their lbs. But even with their killer curves, their numbers are relatively low for their heights. With Mila Kunis being the picture of perfection at a shockingly low 95 pounds, what does that mean for the rest of us?
The average weight of an American woman is 160 pounds, which is thirty pounds heavier than women our culture labels curvy. Do you think Hollywood puts too much pressure on the female body image? Do you like seeing more girls with curves rock the big screen?