After her very public gastric bypass back in 2000 Carnie Wilson has gained all that weight back. The ex-singer says:
“I’ve never lied or been dishonest about what’s going on in my life. Even all these years later, having had such a great weight-loss story, being back in this place is so familiar. And it hurts. I don’t want to feel this way anymore. It doesn’t feel good when you have to struggle to get your pants on.”
I kind of feel bad for her, but at the same time you have to ask yourself, “If drastic, invasive surgery didn’t work, maybe I’m just supposed to be fat.” I wouldn’t know anything about that since I have the metabolism of an 8 year-old, but I think it’s good to appreciate your natural body no matter how it is. The sad part is that at this point, her whole career is based on her being either fat or not fat – Wilson Phillips are a distant-ass memory. Honestly, the best thing she could do for herself right now is to get fat again.
I’m inspired by guest-blogger Nickey’s brilliant post about Chunky Pam further down the page, I think Carnie can revive her career without whoring herself out to Trimspa or Jenny Craig. Sure she lost 150 pounds, but she was still kind of ugly in the face. Back in the day they would strech out the film and hide her behind giant rocks to make her look skinny in Wilson Phillips videos, so it’s no wonder she has a complex about her weight, but psycho diets and surgery aren’t the answer. There are as many fugly skinny people and hot fat people out there, what makes a person sexy is largely about confidence and self-esteem.
Carnie, if you wants to be famous again you should just put out a damn record – you’re not agoing to be a role model for fat people by obsessing overyour weight and feeling bad about yourself. You’re a fat girl and you need to just embrace it and love yourself. If you want to do something really revolutionary, make a workout video to help other people get healthy – without talking about losing wieght.
via Just Jared