Bethenny Frankel, who is building an empire based on her “Skinnygirl” concept, has been open about her own struggles with disordered eating, which she feels was partly caused by her own mother’s obsession with body and food. Find out how she plans to break that cycle with Brynn.
Current Category: Body Issues
Following Lululemon’s recall of yoga pants that proved to be transparent in some areas, the company’s founder said certain women’s body types are actually to blame. Chip previously got himself in hot water for saying the company doesn’t carry larger sizes because it’s “a money loser.”
Heidi Montag recently went under the knife yet again, but this time it was to reduce the size of her breasts from an F cup to a more manageable D cup. She invited cameras into the surgery room and discussed her many health problems stemming from her enhancements and the regrets she has about having wrapped her self worth around her breast size. See the clip as well as a before and after photo and get Heidi’s advice to women considering getting augmentations as large as she did.
California mother-of-three, Maria Kang, has received a mountain of criticism after a photo she posted on Facebook went viral that shows her very fit physique along with her three young children and the tag “What’s your excuse?” Get her #SorryNotSorry response to a cavalcade of critics accusing her of fat shaming as well as her reply to supporters.
For the first time, Mischa Barton is opening up about what she calls her “terrifying” breakdown following her teenage fame as a star of The O.C.. Find out what Barton had to say about her down spiral, which eventually led to a psychiatric hold after she threatened to take her own life, and why she’s choosing to speak up now about her struggles.
Princess Diana secretly struggled with bulimia and depression for the majority of her time in the public eye. After eventually seeking treatment, she became an advocate for eating disorders and had a lasting effect.
Safe to say getting struck by lightning is negative experience. But, as commentators on Reddit pointed out, there is one very B.A. potential side-effect: Lichtenberg figures, beautiful fractal patterns that temporarily scar the skin.
Months after being called a “female hippo” and “tractor-sized” by New York Observer critic Rex Reed in a review of Identity Thief, Melissa McCarthy is finally speaking out. In a new interview with The New York Times, the Emmy Award winning and Academy Award nominated actress wonders not only why Rex was so filled with hate, but also why someone would approve the comments in the first place.
Zoe Saldana’s Allure feature has sparked a great deal of controversy because they proclaim exactly how much the 5’7″ actress weighs right on the cover. The magazine, which features Zoe completely in the buff inside, says she weighs 115 pounds. While it’s not an unhealthy weight for her size, it’s definitely on the low end of the spectrum, and some believe it glorifies the cult of thinness. Should the magazine have printed her weight on the cover?
Winona Ryder not pretty enough to be an actress? Blasphemy! But that’s exactly what the now 41-year-old actress was told during an early acting audition. She tells Interview magazine “I was mid-sentence when the casting director said, ‘Listen, kid. You should not be an actress. You are not pretty enough. You should go back to wherever you came from and you should go to school. You don’t have it.”