Gabourey Sidibe The breakout Precious

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Gabourey Sidibe. The breakout Precious star proves that you don't have be blonde and thin in order to have a successful Hollywood career.
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  • supablazed
    supablazed

    i dont think curves and rolls are the same thing

  • CrazyFrank
    CrazyFrank

    Are you kidding me!?!?!?! That's a disgusting fat body who needs to be chained to a tredmill and that bad boy needs to be cranked up to no less than 8mph until she drops no less than 200 lbs. Whoever put her fat ass on this list should be kicked directly in their musty vagina and fired. I wouldn't bone that flab wagon with Charley Sheen's dong while John Wayne Bobbit did the pushin'. Beyond all that I'm fairly certain she has to wear chainmail gloves while she eats entire cow legs in order to protect her fingers from being bitten off. I'm not a proponent for skinny sticks in every movie and that butterball wants to be an actress, more power to it. But putting that on the list of stars with curves is super duper mega retarded.

  • NotTHEpoint
    NotTHEpoint

    [quote=o hi there] hey here's a fun stat: the average NFL linebacker at 6'1 tall averages around 220-230. you're just about 100lbs heavier than an NFL linebacker. but that's okay because you're a track star and also not fat. I was just trying to prove the point that the BMI is gives off a false impression. So if there is a young woman out there who is under the morbidly obese label as well, they should know that it doesn't define who they are. Just giving another perspective because I strongly dislike people calling other people fat or using the wrong terminology. And to mass society I AM considered fat because people don't see the medals or awards when they look at me, right? So that point on my being a track star and not fat is invalid. Why can't people just see this as she is a curvy girl who's proud and that they should just take it? None of this fat or morbidly obese comments.

  • o hi there
    o hi there

    I'm a 20 year old 320 lb woman who's 6'1" and according to BMI am morbidly obese as well. Yet I did track for six years, was team captain of my track team senior year, and helped my school snag their second state track championship in their history. And again I did this while being considered morbidly obese on the BMI. hey here's a fun stat: the average NFL linebacker at 6'1 tall averages around 220-230. you're just about 100lbs heavier than an NFL linebacker. but that's okay because you're a track star and also not fat.

  • Olubunmi Oyewobi
    Olubunmi Oyewobi

    she is a great example of diversity in hollywood but yes, she does need to lot a little weight for her own health if not for anything else. look at jennifer hudson .. she is an example of how it can be done. sensibly and slowly.... and most importantly she will keep it off that way am sure she can now afford a nutritionist and trainer to help her live a more healthly lifestyle and give and example to young girls who look up to her..

  • lully
    lully

    don't order guys!! it's not that easy to loose weight... maybe they try hard but that's not working....

  • freshup16
    freshup16

    THIS IS NOT CURVY!! its about health people!!! being this fat is not healthy or right

  • markella
    markella

    that is not called curve that is called fat!!!!Jeez girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Justmyopinion
    Justmyopinion

    All of you should put her on a diet plan then. Be her personal trainers even. I mean since you are so concerned. She may be very curvy but I believe they are trying to give other girls with as many curves confidence. Therefore you guys saying these things may be breaking a little fifteen year old girl's heart who while clicking through this album thought for a second "See if she can embrace her curves so can I" only to then think society thinks I'm wrong and "unhealthy" if she were to scroll down to the comments. And yes everyone is entitled to their opinions. Just remember the demographics of celebrity sites aren't just model types. I'm a 20 year old 320 lb woman who's 6'1" and according to BMI am morbidly obese as well. Yet I did track for six years, was team captain of my track team senior year, and helped my school snag their second state track championship in their history. And again I did this while being considered morbidly obese on the BMI.

  • annabannana56
    annabannana56

    Seems like a I have to repeat to comment I posted few weeks ago...Lose some weight! It's about your health,not beauty girl!

  • Jade Sophie Chadwick
    Jade Sophie Chadwick

    no offence but shes past curvy she really needs to loose weight

  • itsbroooker
    itsbroooker

    It's ok to give the girl some confidence, but someone should try to help her, for free if she's such a huge star. She's unhealthy.

  • Lucas
    Lucas

    I am sure that she's a really nice person and she is rather talented. but referring to someone who is obese and perhaps morbidly so as "hot" is as dangerous a precedent as doing the same for someone who is drastically underweight. Both encourage girls to ignore being healthy, shameful The medical community provides a range of healthy weights, BMI etc for a reason. So long as someone is within that range it shouldn't matter if they are the low, mid or high end. But outside of that range either direction is not something to be applauded.