Amy Schumer talks about her fat-shaming experience: 'I feel very good in my own skin'
Amy Schumer critiqued Hollywood for body shaming actresses, says she feels good in her own skin
Amy Schumer says she feels sexy despite being what Hollywood calls fat.
Slamming the body image standards followed by the film industry, the 35-year-old actress says she feels "strong and healthy" in her skin, regardless of what people tell her about her body, reported People magazine.
"I'm what Hollywood calls, very fat. Before I did anything, somebody like explained to me, 'Just so you know, Amy, no pressure, but if you weigh over 140 lbs., it will hurt people's eyes. And I was like ('Okay') I just bought it. I was like, 'Okay, I'm new to town," said Schumer.
"So I lost weight. I look very stupid skinny. My dumb head stays the same size but then my body, like, shrivels and just looks like a, like a Thanksgiving Day parade (balloon) of Tonya Harding," she added.
"Nobody likes it. It's not cute on me. I feel very good in my own skin. I feel strong. I feel healthy. I do. I feel sexy," Schumer says.
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