Agreed! I think she looks amazing in those red bikini pictures.i personally think she would look best at a weight in between her super skinny weight and her high weight.
And her legs. Those legs are huge and so un-shapley!I agree.
Also she gains weight in a weird way. It's like everything goes to her chin and boobs
Ugh, I hope she continues to lose then! I know it's impossible for her to look like she did back during her 90210 days, but I remember she looked fabulous even in the remake 90210 during her 1 episode appearance. I hope she keeps herself thin, because I think she's just sooo gorg She doesn't need to give into this stupid pressure to gain weight! UGH!!!She's actually lost weight now, she was fatter, but yeah she isn't skinny again
Kind of interesting though in a way. Although I guess many of us have fairly decent bullshit detectors anyway when it comes to celebs, and even models, spouting their diet and lifestyle habits. Spin spin spin. I wonder how many people are completely oblivious to this shit. Read a mag like that and expect it all to be fabricated.Spelling's book is simply a treasure trove of revelations: She also admits that she lied about how she lost weight after giving birth to her fourth child, Finn Davey, in August 2012. Dressed in a purple bikini on the cover of Us Weekly, Spelling told the magazine that she lost 45 pounds by swimming. In reality, the actress was starving herself.
She writes that she couldn't exercise for months after giving birth for fear that the stitches from her caesarian section would burst open. Also, she just doesn't care for the gym. "I really don't exercise much, period. So I took off my weight the old-fashioned way. I like to call it the Just Keep Your F--king Mouth Shut and Eat Air diet. It's all the rage."
When it came time to pose for Us Weekly, Spelling's weight loss plan just wasn't going to jive with magazine readers. "My publicist had given me clear instructions about what to say about my weight loss," she explains. "Women didn’t want to know that I had lost weight through dieting, not exercising. I didn't want to be the a--hole who didn't work for it. So I said that I swam. It was sort of a bad choice. I can’t do much more than a doggy paddle."