I did have reconstructive plastic surgery and a tummy tuck. And from hip to hip, there's a very big scar. It looks better than it did... So I say, if you don't like that skin, have it removed. This is my advice: if you're gonna do it - just go for it.
We all come from dysfunctional families and these days I guess that's pretty normal.
You know, after all these years, it's just like we are who we are and it's a struggle for me and sometimes I'm heavier and sometimes I'm thinner.
When you film a reality show, it's so jumbled. They shoot episodes in all orders!
When someone has a weight problem when they're pregnant, they will struggle before, during and after to lose weight.
When my work gets crazy, I make sure to always have vitamins, water and proper food with me. That has helped me to lose 33 pounds.
There are days where I've lost weight and I feel bigger or fatter or uglier and I want to just hibernate. I'll find every excuse not to exercise. I hate it.
Was I a perfect gastric-bypass patient? Yes. Was I a perfect gastric-bypass pregnant woman? No. I made a decision to enjoy my pregnancy... So sue me!
There's a huge emotional component to weight loss.
Sometimes reality T.V. can be stressful.
It's such a rush doing a concert and seeing people actually mouthing the lyrics.
I used food as a coping mechanism for many, many years, and it was my best friend for a long time.
I understand that I'm a role model.
I've had so much stress in the last year so it's really a struggle. I never hide, when I walk down the street, someone's going to take my picture, that's what I look like.
I had a lot of excess skin - I just needed to have it firmed
If I'm known as the girl that lost weight and it's been six years later and I've still kept off the 110 pounds, God bless. Because I never kept off 100 pounds before in my life.
We need to eat and enjoy it but control it. That's what I do now.
Like everyone else, I have challenges.
I want to get into voice-overs.
I realized that I have to slow down. I work so hard, I'm so busy.
If you walk down the street, within five minutes you will see someone who is morbidly obese or obese.
I wish I had more time to read. I do love books.
The most important thing I think we need to remember is that we're a work in progress. Do not be ashamed or afraid to ask for help. That's what I did. I asked for help.
The surgery will always be a huge part of my life. I'm going to need to help people with weight problems for the rest of my life so that I can maintain my weight.
When you love food as much as I do, staying healthy is not easy. I mean, moderation, not deprivation. That's my new way of living. I always want more and that's just my life.
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