"OK, I'm getting a six pack."
It has extra-large chairs and robes.
This surely wasn't the plan.
Well, it gave her a muffin top with "softer" fat, to be precise.
It can be very confusing when the plastic legs look like toothpicks.
The Advertising Standards Authority said the shirts were "harmful to children."
It's supposed to help chicks get a real image of how they look to the outside world.
Not the more voluptuous weight 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit issue editors want to get her to.
Is this becoming a "thing"?
Which is unfortunate for her on many levels.
"I like quite a lot of junk food — any kind of sweets."
Meanwhile, Young defended her eating habits on her own blog.
"I’m the only person at the [judges'] table who drinks. You need to drink to get through it!"
Even if she gains weight before a photo shoot.
Sadly, these kinds of authoritative statements from these organizations are still necessary.
A new study shows that "very thin" women earn around $22,000 more than their "average weight counterparts."
Crystal Renn isn't one of them.
"Many of the women who have a few extra kilos are especially beautiful and also more feminine."
Today in ridiculous model weight theories.
She was misquoted as saying, "I don't eat."