The actress said that she loves herself and such.
37-year-old actress and writer Amy Schumer recently played a major role in the film “the Girl”. And, it seems, the title fully describes its character. Amy can hardly be called skinny, but she never from complexes about it. Schumer wearing tight dresses and leggings and even is not going to go on a diet.
But it seems that the fans would like to see the girl more slender. One of the fans even found a photo of Schumer in a bikini and using photo editors turned actress few inches in all strategically important areas, and then boasted a result in the network.
“I think Amy still looks gorgeous – wrote the fan. But, in my opinion, it is better she looks in the second photo”.
The real figure Amy
Amy after photoshop
Saw this post and actress. And he was terribly annoyed. She posted these photos to his Instagram, signing one: “My real body”, and the second, edited: “buuu”.
“I like how I look in reality, without embellishment. It’s my body. I love my body because it is strong, healthy and sexy,” wrote Amy. After these words the author of the collage immediately apologized, admitted that Sumer rights and removed their creativity.
By the way, in recent years, the movement against photo editors all gaining momentum – stars, even seeing photoshop on my photographs in glossy magazines, resent the retouchers and say that the photo is too far from reality.
Even Kim Kardashian, at least periodically and torturing yourself in the gym, believes that the extra inches is not a hindrance to happiness and popularity: “it’s Amazing that all just think you’re the center of attention, therefore, must be perfect, she said. Sometimes I overeat, but feel great. I see this cellulite? It’s all cookies and ice cream. But if I spent my life dieting, I was just miserable. I love to eat. If you can’t enjoy life, what’s the point in dieting? You can’t torture yourself. I confess I like cookies, ice cream and frozen yogurt”.
Wday.ru remembered other stars who are not ashamed of their weight and appearance.