Ok, so US weekly was a week late delivery my new magazine this week so instead I got 2 on one day so forgive me if I am a little late on my updates.
Last week covers featured the headline “Rosie and Kirstie: Diet War!” Hmmmm, neither name makes me jump right to the page. As I’m browsing through the pictures for my first browse, I notice Lindsey Lohan and Laguna Beach Alum Kristin Cavalleri in bathing suits side by side to a 30 lbs heavier image of themselves. Bravo US weekly for showing us what Lindsey Lohan looks like 30 pounds heavier. Hopefully the technology was cheaper than searching your photo archives to the Spring of 2005. Cavalleri looks like she gained the freshmen 15 but wait, US weekly doesn’t have that photo because she dropped out of college after a couple of weeks or something.
Anyway, the article is about how Rosie O’Donnell called out Kirstie Allie for lying about her actual weight. As many of you have commented on my blog when I wrote about her appearance on “Oprah,” she clearly is not 145 pounds like she claimed she was. At 5 foot 7, she should look more like a size 6. There is no covering up your thighs when you wear a bikini on Oprah. I think she looks good, but why is she lying, especially on a show where the Host publicly has battled weight issues her whole life? US weekly decided to give us pictures of women in Hollywood who are 145 pounds, and women who aren’t that look to be the same size as Kirstie. Then they showed us what Lohan and KCavalleri would look like if they were 145 lbs (which I still think is hilarious).
Bottom Line: Women in Hollywood lie about their age, weight and what they eat. Don’t compare yourself to them because you never know what is and is not true.