Many Emmy Awards viewers are noticing a disturbing trend on the red carpet, stage, and in the audience. Hollywood is starving itself.

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Nope, it’s not just you!

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  • o0Nighthawk0o

    Meh. Watching Steelers-Bears. More entertaining.

    • ERMERGERD

      Woooo, me too.

    • Finrod Felagund

      I was until the Steelers fumbled the game away whereupon I turned it off in disgust.

    • USCAVSCT

      As was I and Da Bears won!

    • Attila

      I wouldn’t know the Emmy’s still existed if it were not for conservative sites like this.

    • Ryan Johnson

      I agree with this and I don’t even like football.

  • Netmilsmom

    As my husband once said, if I wanted to make love to a 12 year old boy, I would.

    • Ron Morisseau

      Remind me not to have your husband babysit for me

      • thetreyman

        haha.

      • bungopony

        He did say,”if”!

    • bungopony

      Ba-zinga!!!

  • EyesWideOpen

    I am turned off by most celebrities, not just the skinny ones.

  • dwsmokin

    They need to show more Sophia Vergara, and less of the skeleton crew.

    • thetreyman

      i’m for that. i like me some curves.

      • ChelieinTX

        Thank you, from the heart of my curvy bottom!

        • thetreyman

          you and your curvy bottom are both welcome.

          edit: i hope i just said that to a woman and not a guy.

          • ChelieinTX

            LOL! Yes, I am a woman!

  • ChelieinTX

    And what most people don’t realize is that being on camera makes you look larger than you actually are. So just imagine how gross they look in real life!

    • stuckinIL4now

      Yeah what is it they say–the camera adds 10 pounds.

      • CatHerder

        How many cameras did Dunham have on her?

        • nc

          You are SO bad!

          But SO funny!

  • vetgal1970

    Who are we kidding? Mrs Celebrity in Chief has been harping about an obesity crisis for what seems like 100 years and a lot of these people have been out there harping right along with her. A couple of years ago I observed that we would soon be seeing an uptick in little girls with Bulimia and Anorexia. The stars lead the way.

    • annoyinglittletwerp

      I’ve been battling with an eating disorder since 1986. I turn 43 next month.
      While I now quite happy with my 5’2 size 8 petite wearing self-my husband is quite pleased as well-I agree with you 100%.
      I despise Mooo and her harping on ‘obesity’. You CAN be too thin. You CAN exercise too much- and EDs are notoriously difficult to totally get rid of. All Mooo has done is exacerbated the problem. I’m no victim. These are just the facts.

      • vetgal1970

        I’m so glad you are well. I recall the prevention campaigns of the 1980’s as I was in their target age group. I don’t know why but it seemed to be a big problem among my peers at the time.

        As the parent of a teenage daughter I have been countering not only the normal angst of the developing teenage girl but also the pervasive messages from the government and their media lackeys. My younger son has even made comments about HIS weight, and he’s so slim I can hardly keep pants on him. *sigh*

  • disappearing moderate

    Nothing wrong with being slender (or curvy, for that matter), but when the arms get that unfortunate chicken wing look, bigger towards the elbow than at the bicep or when women get that tweety bird look, head bigger than their behind, that just doesn’t look healthy.

  • LissaKay

    In Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence is obese.

    Go figure, eh?

    • Finrod Felagund

      Ironically, she’s the star of the Hunger Games movies, a name that could apply to all of Hollywood.

    • Darticus

      She seems like such a cool person. Whenever I’ve heard her talk it’s like she feels completely blessed and humbled to be in the position she’s in. Great (and damn fine looking) breath of fresh air coming from Hollyweird.

    • Jonathan Biviano

      My sons’ favorite actress, for her looks! I like curves too!

  • rrpjr

    What are the “Emmys”?

  • followyourheart

    A lot of the men are too skinny also! Their heads are bigger than their bodies! They look like “Bobble Heads!”

  • grais

    Skip Ameal—-that’s funny suff.

  • nc

    Size “0” is the new “medium.”

  • DHiles

    I once heard that jumping in bed with a skinny woman is like diving into a pile of coat hangers.

    • lonestar

      Karl Lagerfield did say women should look like a coat hanger as their main purpose was to hold his clothing designs.

    • Scorpion

      I would say it’s more like a slinky if it’s the right one.

  • Gregg Hammerquist

    Ever since Paris Hilton I’ve been saying nobody wants to have sex with a skeleton.

  • SkyePuppy

    Are the Emmys on? I’m watching Season 12 of Project Runway on iTunes. Oh wait. Because I don’t get cable TV. Just internet.

  • Mr. Muzz

    Claire Danes looked AWFUL! Her coloring was too pale with that pop of red lipstick. She has no chest at all! She is almost anorexic or is anorexic. This is not a healthy look for any woman. She was beautiful last time I saw her. Sad really sad.

    • http://www.saundersreport.com Rachel

      Hasn’t she always looked awkwardly skinny?? I may be totally wrong on that.

    • Michelle

      Women just can’t win in the chest department. If they get fake boobs, they get trashed for having fake boobs. If they have a naturally small chest, they get trashed for having a small chest. Can’t win, can’t win…unless a gal is blessed with absolutely perfect, acceptable breasts. 😉

      • Ryan Johnson

        I prefer small breasts over fake ones. At least nobody would fake having small breasts.

      • nc

        You know, if a woman carries herself with confidence, and dresses herself in a way that flatters her body shape, whatever it is, decent people won’t “trash” her, and she will look attractive.

        Some styles of clothes only look good on small-chested women.

        • Michelle ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          Yes, I do know. :-) I was replying to this, “She has no chest at all!” So what? Big deal? What does her having a small chest have to do with aaaaaaaanything?

          • nc

            I had a feeling that was your attitude : )

          • Michelle ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            I think true beauty is what’s inside. How our body is, to an extent, was up to God and genetics. Women, everyone actually, should dress in a way they feel best and what suits them. Skinny, average, large women – they’re all beautiful to someone. A woman’s chest size should never define her appeal. Men like skinny women, men like larger women, men like small (_)_)es, they likes large (_)_)es, and some men like small ( . y . ) and men like large ( . Y. ) In my world, sexy has always been an attitude, never a cup or dress size. Genetics have been extremely kind to me, I don’t know what it’s like to be trashed by society for my body shape, I am incredibly grateful I don’t know what it’s like to feel ashamed of my body, but I absolutely will defend those who are.

          • nc

            Ok, those body part descriptions were awesome!

  • Adam Steiger

    How about eating healthy and working out, instead?

    If Julie Bowen did enough squats, she’d have a much better reason for her dress not fitting;)

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  • Kathleen

    I’m 5’7, 130 lbs, and a size 6 (sometimes an 8 if clothes run small). My doctors say that I am at a perfectly healthy weight range, yet I still have my days where I feel gross and fat (but who doesn’t have those days?). I’m just thankful that I’m able to get myself out of these funks rather than practice an unhealthy lifestyle to be “perfect” and “skinny.”

    These Hollywood celebrities keep preaching about how there’s a War on Women (especially on their bodies), yet Hollywood represents everything that’s wrong about healthy body image.

    • Raye09

      Tell me about it, I am 5’10 and about a size 4, by fashion industry standards I am over the hill at 22, and overweight. Healthy eating and exercise is important and all but Hollyweird just takes it to an extreme.

      • nc

        Please tell me you’re not buying into their standard.

    • annoyinglittletwerp

      I’m 5’2 and 120. I wear a size 8 petite-but occasionally a 10 petite or a 6 petite. I ride my bike/walk everywhere. I get to 115 and I start looking haggard. My doctor is delighted by with weight. By Hollywood standards-I’m a jabba.

  • lonestar

    It seems over half the men in Hollywood are gay, and half the women look like a bag of bones a dog wouldn’t even want.
    Seriously dysfunctional place.

    • The Penguin “Jackalope Hunter”

      In either case, no place for a heterosexual male.

  • Jeane

    “Mom, may I be excused? I’m not hungry.”

    “Now Johnny, you finish your dinner. Just think of all the starving actresses in Hollywood.”

  • tops116

    Did a plastic surgeon remove their arm fat? Better question, did he put it in other areas to get them the parts they got nominated for?

    • AMSilver

      You know, I’m not sure he did (with regards to the second part). I’ve noticed for a long time, especially in romcoms, that these actresses are as flat as a pancake – or a 12-year-old boy as mentioned above. That’s the danger with having homosexuals be the leading voice in women’s fashion. They can’t appreciate the female form with its natural beauty – they’re going to want to chnage it to something they find attractive. I’m not a pre-adolescent boy, and I never will be!

  • Erik Bartlam

    If only they’d turn the fashion industry over to straight men.

    Yes, there’d be more blue eye shadow and hot pants…but, there’d also be twinkies and prime rib.

  • David Mackey

    aww, you guys are just used to Moochele’s buff arms. jeez.

  • JamesInStowOhio

    If it’s true that the camera adds 10 pounds, does that mean these celebs are actually 10 pounds skinnier than they looked on camera last night?

    • spaceycakes

      yes. At least.

  • notenoughtime

    These visuals are destroying our younger generation of daughters and sisters. The sleaze, the waif like appearances and the lack of values hardly makes a winner. Talk about a war on women.

  • marion vega

    i hate the heroin chic look. emily clarke especially was way sexier before. sad

  • poptart

    Just wasn’t glamorous at all!!!

  • LegalizeShemp

    “Look at all those stick figures! Sheesh, I’m so fat, when I watch porn, I have an orgasm when the guy delivers the pizza!” Sincerely, Michael Moore

  • LegalizeShemp

    “They must be doing the same thing the public school students are doing, throwing my healthy diet suggestions into the trash !” Sincerely, FLOTUS

  • Art Vandelay

    Epitome of ignorance. Would anyone say, “Too many fat people at the Emmys” It’s ok to mock skinny people. But don’t you dare mock fat people. They hate that.