The bridesmaid star Melissa McCarthy shows of her amazing weight loss results by sharing a picture of herself in a stunning turquoise gown.
Melissa McCarthy is one of the most talented actresses in Bollywood. Her jolly personality and pleasant aura are uplifting in every scenario. McCarthy has always been identified as a plus-size artist. However, last year, as the pandemic started, the Hollywood star started on her weight loss journey.
Almost a year after, she showcased her 75lbs weight loss by sharing a picture of herself in a stunning turquoise gown. Taking to her official Instagram account, the 50-year-old shared a picture of a recent cover shoot she did in collaboration with InStyle magazine, which saw her donning the long gown, showing off her slimmer figure.
Addressing her followers, McCarthy captioned her post:
“2021, the year we all realized we could balance more than we ever thought we could... Thank you @instylemagazine and @laurabrown99 and big thanks to Australia for being gorgeous. [sic]"
As expected, the post took up a lot of attention from other Instagram users and has now accrued over 274,000 likes and a further 1,838 comments from other Instagram users as of the time of writing.
One of the users commented,
“Australia looks good on you!”
Another chimed in,
“Love the turquoise and rocking the Cindy Lou Who look! [sic]" in a reference to the Dr. Seuss character.”
Another Instagram user wrote,
"You're so pretty! And funny!! I have a Vivian too [sic]"
In her interview with InStyle McCarthy spoke what it's like to live in Australia, as well as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. She said,
“I am connected to Australia in a way that I didn’t anticipate. I could very easily live here for the rest of my life. I’m in love with it. Everyone is so chatty. I’m a Midwestern gal who lives in L.A., where no one wants to talk to you. And here I’ll be in the grocery store, and I can’t go down a single aisle without talking to somebody. It’s wonderful. I come home, and I will have had 15 conversations.”
“I think the scariest thing about all of this more so than even COVID is that I truly didn’t think people hated each other that much or hated the idea of people who they don’t even know. I always wonder: ‘Do racists know anyone of a different color?' People who are homophobic: ‘Do you know anyone gay or bi or trans? Do you know these people, or is it the great unknown? I want to get mad, and I do get incredulous about how insane it is. But who’s going to help people? If you’ve lost any sense of reality. We can’t get mad. People aren’t just wrong. They need help.”
Article source: VT