Rebel Wilson Tells Women To Be Happy With How They Look & Not To Conform To Stereotypes

Rebel Wilson Tells Women To Be Happy With How They Look & Not To Conform To Stereotypes

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Plus size celebrity Rebel Wilson (Comedian and star of Super Fun Night) is one cool woman. Recently, Rebel spoke with Extra about her new show, potential love interests and being comfortable in her skin.

I don’t think I’m very vain. Even though I’m on a TV show, I don’t really care what I look like that much. And I think that women out there should just be happy with how they look and they shouldn’t really try to conform to any stereotype. Just be happy and hopefully healthy,” shares Wilson.

When asked how she keeps her energy and maintains a healthy lifestyle in Hollywood, she replied:

“You see other actresses who are like “Oh, I can’t really eat much lunch today because I’ve got that scene in my underwear.  I’m a little bit chill. But you know, what you do need is stamina. I don’t ever want to be too unhealthy because writing in a show, starring and producing, you need a lot of energy.”

View the video of Rebel Wilson on Extra below:

Rebel Wilson doesn’t take herself to seriously. In fact, in Hunger Magazine, Wilson shared why she makes fun of her weight. “As long as I look like this, I’m going to make fat jokes, all comedians have to use their physicality, so I use my size,” shared Wilson.

You can catch Rebel Wilson in her new show Super Fun Night on ABC every Wednesday at 9:30 pm.

Source: The Huffington Post

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