Kim Kardashian wore a Marilyn Monroe dress for the Met gala. In order to fit in this iconic dress, she had a drastic weight loss of 16 pounds just in 3 weeks.
In a meeting with the New York Times published recently, Kim Kardashian addressed questions and criticisms regarding her 16-pound weight loss.
Kim Kardashian has defended her decision to lose 16 pounds in three weeks. She did it in order to fit into an iconic Marilyn Monroe dress at Met Gala.
she claims that she had figured out a healthy way to sweat more and eat fewer carbs to lose some pounds in a short time.
However, the socialite was hit with major criticism from all edges of social media. She maintains that it’s how must be gotten the dress on.
She also added that other celebrities do it constantly, and she didn’t go about it in an unhealthy way.
The 41 years old shared,
“I didn’t do anything unhealthy.”
“To me, it was like, ‘OK, Christian Bale can do it for a movie role and that is acceptable, Even Renée Zellweger gained weight for a role. It’s all the same to me.” “I wasn’t saying,
‘Hey everyone, why don’t you go lose weight in a short period of time?’”
The reality TV star Kim K. faced a lot of criticism for delivering a harmful message about dieting by losing 7.3kg weight in just three weeks.
Kim to fit into a dress that was worn by Marilyn Monroe at Met Gala 2022. In Support of her, trainer Don A Matrix came out saying that “She was not starving herself”
Kim’s personal trainer Don A Matrix mentions that the reality star lost 16 pounds in three weeks in a “healthy way.”
Kim K. faced a lot of criticism for influencing youngsters in the wrong direction. As an influencer, she should have made her viewers feel more comfortable and confident in their own skin.
However, a wrong message from an influencer and a reality star was not digested by the critics.
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The reality star compared herself with celebrities, Christian Bale and Renee Zellweger in the meeting published in New York Times.
48-years-old Christian has been known to gain and drop a drastic measure of weight for film roles all through his career. Most prominently, he dropped in excess of 50 pounds in four months for his role in 2005’s The Machinist.
After that before putting on weight for American Psycho. The entertainer said he lived on a tight eating routine of dark espresso, one apple, and one tin of fish each day while he was preparing for the film. During that time, he was consuming under 200 calories each day.
53-year-old Renee then again, acquired 30 lbs. to depict the protagonist in the 2001 comedy Bridget Jones’ Diary.
She figured out three weeks before the Met Gala that she didn’t squeeze into the Marilyn Monroe dress that she planned to wear to the high-profile occasion.
Kim started working out two times per day while wearing a sauna suit. She cut out all sugars and carbs. “I didn’t starve myself, but I was so strict,” she told Vogue. In the wake of making the admission, Kim started to get negative reactions via social media for how quickly she lost weight.