Carnie Wilson tweeted that she's dealing with Bell's Palsy. I was not going to post about this on the blog - EXCEPT that someone I know very very well -- has a very similar condition that comes and goes and comes and goes and goes and comes back. I have always called it 'twitches.'
It hasn't been diagnosed -- but this might just be enough to get that person to See The Neurologist Like I Have Been Asking For About 15 years.
CeeLo. Really? No, really? You eat flash-frozen diet-delivery food? Mr. Lo, you sir, are a multi-millionaire with access to personal chefs and high-end kitchens with additional access to likely The Best Healthcare in the World. I call bullshit.
"You can change. You can change for the better. You can be a better version of yourself. I choose eDiets because it works."
No, you just ripped off Weight Watchers slogan. This isn't about eating frozen food.
Many of you know Carnie Wilson’s story. (I do. I have followed it very closely as my path to WLS was just after hers.)
From Carnie’s web site “Suffering from a lifelong battle with Morbid Obesity, Carnie chose not to hide it like some celebrities might but instead turned her struggle into a vehicle to inspire others. Her cyber cast gastric bypass surgery in 1999 drew more than 2.5 million hits and attracted worldwide media attention. "
The WLSFA supports Carnie Wilson for her brave choices and applaud her strength to publicly share her struggles so that others may know they are not alone in this battle!
"We are thrilled to have Carnie Wilson as our Key Note Speaker at the 2013 Mother of All Meet & Greets +1 in Las Vegas” stated Antonia Namath CEO and Founder of the WLSFA.
Jessica Simpson has been very public about wanting to lose her pregnancy weight now that her baby is out in the world. And in her new Weight Watchers ad, she talks about the pressure to return to her slim, supermodel figure. (One would think the $4 million check she got from the company might alleviate some of that pressure). That the ad completely hides her body—to the point where WWTDD said they "can't tell if it's for a diet or a whitening toothpaste"—is a little weird, but can you blame her? The fat shaming she's getting in the YouTube comments is bad enough as it is.
I ain't hating, go Jess. Us people gotta PAY Weight Watchers to gain weight. ;)