Can everyone stop calling nine-months pregnant Jessica Simpson “fat”? Please?

Jessica Simpson

Last week, Us Weekly had an online story about Jessica Simpson announcing to random strangers that she had “one more month to go!” Putting her due date at late April! This came after months of speculation that poor Jessica was due in early March, then late March, then early April. I don’t know if this “due date as a moving target” strategy was something cooked up by Jessica’s publicity team, or if Jessica was simply too embarrassed to admit that she’s looked nine months pregnant for about five months now. In any case, Jessica isn’t going into labor any time soon. Jess’s sister, Ashlee, was in Australia for several days last week, and when Ashlee was asked about Jessica’s due date, Ashlee said she wasn’t worried: “I have plenty of time. And I’m going home [Thursday] so it will be fine.” Good God. Soon Jessica is going to say that she’s actually due in May, right?

Anyway, Jessica’s pregnant body is now a big subject of debate on the talk shows. Which… I think is kind of rude. Granted, I talk about how giant Jessica is, but I say it with love and sympathy, because I can’t imagine being that uncomfortable. Various commenters disagree, as does Joy Behar on The View:

That bump! Those outfits! Jessica Simpson’s super-pregnant body has everyone talking — on both ends of the political spectrum.

Chatting with her co-hosts on The View Tuesday, Joy Behar fretted that the 31-year-old star, expecting her first child imminently with fiance Eric Johnson, has packed on too many pounds, calling the mom-to-be “fat.”

“Remember the time that Jessica Simpson was criticized because she didn’t know the difference between chicken and tuna? That kind of thing is more fun to criticize than the fact that the girl is fat,” Behar, 69, opined. “Most women who are pregnant are not supposed to gain more than 25 pounds. She looks like she gained a lot more than that.”

Behar’s View cohort Whoopi Goldberg was more sympathetic, admitting that she gained 90 pounds when she was pregnant with her own daughter. “I lost some of it. But some of it I didn’t lose. You do what you have to do.”

Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, meanwhile, had a totally different take.

“I would have wanted to punch [Jessica's critics] in the neck,” mother of four Palin, 48, told Matt Lauer on TODAY Tuesday morning. “It’s none of anybody else’s business how much weight I would gain.”

“This isn’t even an issue,” she added, “Hollywood . . is full of itty-bitty people, people [who are] unrealistically tiny.”

Lauer argued the attention paid to Fashion Star mentor Simpson’s current size is simply “about contrast” to Simpson’s former, super-svelte days wearing tiny Daisy Dukes and cowboy boots in 2005′s Dukes of Hazzard.

“That was a different chapter of her life,” Palin said. “I bet you she was exercising five or six hours a day back in those Daisy Duke days.”

But Simpson reportedly already has a plan to fit back into those Daisy Dukes after her daughter is born this month: She reportedly signed a multi-million dollar deal with Weight Watchers to shed her baby weight.

For now, however, the star is reveling in her larger shape. “I’m like 170 pounds and I wanted to pose nude,” said Simpson star shortly after her nude ELLE cover was revealed. “I try to be like 110 pounds. It’s funny to be at your heaviest and feel the most confident. I just take such pride in being a mom! I just love my body more than ever now.”

[From Us Weekly]

Did anyone else just have their mind blown by agreeing with Sarah Palin? That just happened to me. I found myself saying, “Wow, Palin makes a great point. Jessica’s body, Jessica’s choice, Jessica’s business.” If only there was some way to extend Palin’s argument to other women’s issues…?

Oh and JESUS CHRIST CAN WE NOT CALL PREGNANT WOMEN “FAT”?!?!?!?! Thank you. Enough. We shouldn’t call anyone fat (not even if they’re a Kardashian, HELLO), but that word should just be banned for pregnant women.

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet, Pacific Coast News and Jessica‘s Twitter.

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  1. Maya says:

    Jeez, her pregnancy seems like it’s going on forever.
    Didn’t she get pregnant around the same time as Beyonce?

    • Holly says:

      Only puts more money into “Beyonce did not actually carry her baby” bank…

      I’ll take a 170lb Jessica over a bending rubber belly on an Australian talk show any day!

    • FinallyFr33 says:

      Thank God someone else noticed! Hillary Duff announced her pregnacy at the same time too…Beyonce didnt have a baby and I bet that is a doll she is carrying around. She announces her pregnacy on tv and flash pics of the baby now all of the sudden she’s “private” give me a break! *rolling eyes*

    • Joule says:

      Beyonce was already a few months pregnant when she announced it (like 4 or 5). How long is the Beyonce was never pregnant thing gonna last? She’s a mom now do get over it.

  2. kazoo says:

    eh, i think pregnant women can still be considered fat if their weight gain is excessive and unnecessary.

    i want her shoes in that last picture, though.

    • ShazBot says:

      I agree – and she has openly talked about all the crap she is eating. Pregnancy does not give you free rein to eat junk food, and your body only really requires an extra 300 or so calories a day.
      I have 2 friends who are currently 9 months pregnant, and I know every woman’s body is different, but they are also short, bigger-busted women and the comparison is INSANE – they are nowhere near her size.

      • TheOriginalVictoria says:

        But that is your opinion. With my second pregnancy I lost twenty pounds and couldn’t put on weight to save my life and I wasn’t even sick. My second pregnancy I hate very healthy and gained seventy pounds.

        You can’t call a woman fat just because you don’t agree with what she says she eats. That doesn’t make her fat. A pregnant’s women’s diet is her business whether she shares it with anyone or not. As long as she is not snorting coke, drinking liquor or anything harmful then she is good to go.

        But I honestly believe Jessica is going hard because she has a multi-million dollar contract with WW and she wants to be extra fabulous when the reveal is done. She is not dumb. She is smart as shit.

      • SpunkyPR says:

        I was diabetic during my pregnancies and had to eat a low carb diet but still gained 90 lbs. It’s about your body, when you’re pregnant it behaves differently. Who cares how much weight she’s gained? The only people who need to worry are Jessica, Eric and her doctor.

      • ShazBot says:

        well if that’s the case re: WW, then she wants us to talk about how big she is, so we can all be impressed with her weight loss post-pregnancy. If we don’t care about the weight she’s gained, why should we care about her post-baby body? She can’t have it both ways.

      • LeeLoo says:

        For me, it’s not her weight I have a problem with. I have a problem with her going on every late night talk show, doing every magazine interview, etc and bragging about eating sugar and buttered pop tarts. I get it every pregnant woman is different in how much baby weight she gains. I also have no doubt that every lady on here who has had a baby had a sweet tooth at some point during their pregnancy. My problem is that Jessica has repeatedly told the media about eating fried foods, sugar foods and junk foods. That is a poor diet for anyone let alone a pregnant woman and she PROUDLY talks about it. I tend not to judge pregnant women but that is unhealthy and risky for the baby. But it is Jessica’s body and she has the right to treat her body and unborn baby like crap. However, the minute she began blabbing to the media she invited criticism over her weight and eating habits. I would have more sympathy for her if the paparazzi were constantly snapping pics of her eating fried chicken or buttered pop tarts. But she has made the choice to tell the public about her eating habits. She has invited criticism.

      • blasted1 says:

        I’m with you! She over-indulged, ate crappy food and GOT FAT! It’s unhealthy for her and for the baby and she’s in for a rude awakening if she thinks all that blubber is going to be easy to get rid of.

      • Go Jess says:

        But neither does pregnancy give you the right to judge.

  3. Original Lucy says:

    Joy Behar is a rude pig! She has no business remarking on another woman’s body.

    • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

      Agreed. People who criticize the physical appearance of others open themselves up to similar criticism; so I’d like to mention that Behar is no prize in the looks department, Fat or Skinny. Jessica can lose the baby weight, Joy cannot lose the ugly.

    • Mom says:

      Behar is a rude pig and has no reason to critize any pregnant woman on TV. Behar has no children of her own and just too old to do anything about that now that she decided to get married. Every woman does pregnancy different and I think Jessica is beautiful.

  4. Neelyo says:

    I’ll go a step further: Can we stop paying attention to Jessica Simpson? Period.

    • Martha Speaks says:

      Yes! PLEASE STOP! I don’t understand how this woman is a “fashion icon”. Her style is terrible. How she has a fashion show and successful line full of tacky bags, clothes, and shoes is beyond me. One of the reasons she looks so huge during her pregnancy is b/c she has no clue how to dress.

    • sandra says:

      Yes, a brainless twit with nothing to offer but boobs and inanity. Take Asslee with her! Does anyone really buy that she designs and runs her business? Not on your life …

  5. Tapioca says:

    Whilst in the case of the vast majority of pregnant women I would agree with Sarah Palin, this is JESSICA SIMPSON we’re talking about, and as such I think Matt Lauer nailed the public sentiment.

    She was only too happy to shove her svelte bikini-clad physique into the spotlight, use her weight loss & gain as a PR tool consistently in the past, and has already signed a multi-million dollar deal with a weight loss company! It’s SHE who made her body an issue.

    I do feel sympathy for her, but I seriously don’t think she’d be such a target if everybody wasn’t so convinced that she’s going to turn up on the cover of People in six months in skimpy swimwear crowing about her weight loss and lying about not having had a tummy tuck ;)

    • Bite me says:

      Gold star!

    • Zelda says:

      Skinny gold star.

      • autumndaze says:

        This. But I don’t see how it is much different from Hollywood celebs being paid for being cosmetic company spokespersons when it is CLEAR they have had plastic surgery done on their face.
        *side eye to Andie McDowell*
        And she is only one of many….
        It all falls under the ol’ truth in advertising that I wish was better enforced.

    • Kathy says:

      I agree with you. Also, this may not be a fact, but does anyone else think she may intentionally be overdoing it eating-wise just so she can have that much more of a dramtic weight loss later?

      She’s already had a breast lift once, she needs to take better care of herself. Plastic surgery (another lift, tummy tuck, etc…) is no joke.

      I won’t call her fat, but eating yourself into oblivion while pregnant or at any other time in your life (something Simpson herself has admitted to with this pregnancy) is not beautiful and natural. It is unhealthy and ignorant.

      • Holly says:

        I think she’s pretty much been pegged as a recent blind item about a new mother-to-be, already set up for post-baby lipo, and already signed with Weight Watchers or Jenny. So, I think she’s going to make (another) mint from her pregnancy and later weight loss.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        If it’s true, that she’s going to let the Plastic Surgeon do the hard work for her, I’ll be severely disappointed. Particularly because she’s representing a weight loss company, and will be telling others how she lost weight with WW. This is why I’m not a fan of weight watchers or any of their celebrity spokes people (I think Mariah Carey and Jennifer Hudson also had the help of a surgeon). Hooray for false advertising!

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Agreed, Mort!

      • sandra says:

        The only way I’d believe she wasn’t helped by a surgeon is if she posts weekly/monthly weigh ins – with pix – so we can see her transformation as it happens. These women all stay hidden and then – voila – just show up at an event or photoshoot smaller than they were before pregnancy. Total BS.

    • Neelyo says:

      Of course! When there are no other options, there are certain celebs who will then use weight gain and loss as their means of staying relevant. Jessica has been playing that card for several years. Thanks for the reminder!

    • phaksi says:

      Why do celebrities feel the need to lie about these things? These days most women know better than to believe the weight loss takes just weeks. And calling people fat is not cool. I try my best to avoid using that word cos I know how horrible it is when someone says it about me

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @Sandra, EXCELLENT idea. I’d love to see Jessica make a video diary documenting the weightloss. If people knew she went about it naturally she’d have everyone’s respect.

  6. Carolyn says:

    But Jess is huge. It suits the PR strategy for her to say she loves her body now. She’ll have surgery to lose the weight – doesn’t have the willpower to do it by counting points. If she is going to look after her baby without a nanny she won’t have 5 hours a day to exercise to lose all that excess weight. Think she’ll buckle under the pressure once the baby is born unless she has strong continued support. The PR strategy will initially portray her as Earth Mother and then suddenly we’ll see covers proclaiming her “amazing” weight loss. There’s no way WW will want her still being fat 3-4 months after birth.

  7. I need to eat chocolate and relax. I agreed with Sarah Palin. What a crappy start to my day.

    • Rosmarina says:

      Same reaction about Palin. But then again, she actually said something that was sane!

  8. marie says:

    yes, yes it did blow my mind that I agree with Palin, and stop defending the Kartrashians!!

  9. Zelda says:

    I’m more obsessed with the fact that her bump is so huge for a single baby. It’s twice the size of the average bump.

    Or is the pregnancy parade going to come down on me for a lack of sensitivity to noting the temporary size of a woman’s bump because hey, nothing about a pregnant woman can ever be objectively noted ever because they are walking miracles!!! Science, physics and casual observances don’t exist once someone gets a foetus in them!

    • hstl1 says:

      My niece is due at the end of April and she is huge! She is about 5’8″ and has gained 35 pounds during her pregnancy. Her baby is projected to be 12 POUNDS! Of course she looks like a house, she is giving birth to a linebacker.

      I think everyone needs to chill. My niece gets so upset about how she looks and the nasty comments about her eating junk food all day. It’s not true. Maybe Jessica is just having a really big kid and she is really short.

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Your poor niece. I had 8+ pounders every time, and my belly was huge. And I gained different amounts with each of them.

        The only “formula” to pregnancy is sperm meets egg and implants.

    • kazoo says:

      zelda, i agree. i’ve seen women carrying twins and triplets who didn’t have stomachs that big. hers is like octomom big.

      • Rosmarina says:

        How tall is Jessica Simpson? Her boyfriend looks really big next to her. I’d guess this baby will be gigantic.

  10. Zimmer says:

    I’m shocked that I agree with Sarah Palin on something! Leave Jessica alone.

  11. jc126 says:

    Yes, I wish people would stop slamming Jessica Simpson for her pregnant body. Tacky to do it to anyone.

  12. mel2 says:

    People can be so cruel. She should tell everyone to eff off!

  13. mln76 says:

    Agreed but let’s go a step further a stop saying a woman doesn’t look ‘pregnant enough’ . It’s just as patently offensive.

    • Mr. Stinky FishFace says:

      THIS! I had hypermesis with both my pregnancies and it was hard to put on any weight until around the 6th month with it let up. Before then I had people claiming I was FAKING my pregnancy because of losing weight and being thin.

  14. Rux says:

    Hell just froze over because I just agreed with everything Palin said. Leave Jess alone.

    • Kloops says:

      This. End Days are nigh, people.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      I KNOW!!! This kind of thing is the only reason I can’t totally 100% hate on Palin. As a woman who regularly wants to punch people in the neck, it’s refreshing to hear a woman in the public eye admitting to that kind of reaction. Now, if Palin would extend her belief in civil liberties beyond the right of pregnant women to control their own diets and weight gain….

  15. kibbles says:

    I dislike Sarah Palin as a politician but kinda like her as a talk show host. Her political beliefs are all wrong but I admire her strength when people were saying a lot of disgusting things about her that were really uncalled for. I felt the same way when Hillary Clinton faced a lot of negative attacks from the media. Sexist attacks are wrong period regardless of a woman’s political beliefs. Joy Behar is disgusting. Just goes to show you that not all liberals are feminists or even have the common sense not to attack a pregnant woman.

  16. someone says:

    Agreed not to call her fat while she is pregnant. The second she pops that baby out all bets are off however. Jessica is making a mockery of the fact that you are only supposed to gain 25 pounds while pregnant. Most women work hard while pregnant to stay roughly within that guideline. Wouldn’t we all have liked to eat buttered pop tarts and whatever else our hearts desired? I don’ think it is necessarily evil to point out her obvious lack of willpower.

    • connie says:

      you (in addition to others on this post)come across as taking a complete strangers pregnancy pretty personally. In the long run, how does it affect you what or when she is eating? She said what she’s been craving, she doesn’t have much else interesting to talk about & after this long in the game knows whats interesting in terms of pr/entertainment. She never said she was living on a diet of buttered poptarts. I don’t particularly care for jess & have no kids, but agree with others that she seems healthy & happy. As long as she, her k-fed & dr have no worries, what the hell does it matter to anyone else?

  17. Hautie says:

    Oh how I hate that I know this… but when Jessica was in those days of Daisy Dukes… she hated her life. (Yes, I watched her show on MTV)

    She hated having to starve. Which is what it required to be that small. It is was not her natural size. The girl likes to eat. So I never expect to see her that thin again.

    Plus it is ridiculous that there are fat men all over TV and movies. Yet, I don’t ever see any magazine or news show (I am looking at you Matt Lauer) calling them “FAT” to their faces.

    I love that she really has enjoyed her pregnancy. And not spent the entire time doing the Rachel Zoe diet of starving.

    • Lol says:

      THANK YOU!!!! Someone finally mentions how hard and miserable alot of the uber skinny actresses are. Many have mentioned it. Most women ARENOT naturally a size 0 with normal diet/exercise. Meet actresses in person some of them look sickly thin but just regular thin on screen. I was shocked.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      No kidding! When was the last time a talk show host was fussing over John Goodman or Eric Stonestreet or Jack Black for needing to lose weight and not setting a good example? Only women’s bodies are considered fair game for that kind of critique.

  18. The Truth Fairy says:

    “Jessica’s body, Jessica’s choice, Jessica’s business.”

    EXCEPT that there is another person involved — THE BABY! All that crap she is stuffing down her fat greedy throat is going straight to her fetus. Instead of benefiting from nutritious foods to develop and grow, baby Simpson has a constant stream of sugar in her veins. This child will be at risk for obesity, diabetes and other illnesses after she is born due to the poor diet choices Jessica has made during her pregnancy.

    And let’s talk about how being severely over-weight during pregnancy and birth increases the risk for spina bifida, heart problems, cleft palate and lip, nutritional deficiencies, fatal blood clots, preeclampsia and dangerous complications during delivery JUST TO NAME A FEW.

    I liken her constant diet of butter topped Pop Tarts and Cap’n Crunch cereal (“Everything’s filled with sugar” she said) to smoking, drinking, or doing drugs during your pregnancy – it’s plain WRONG!

    I am glad people are calling Jessica out for being such a fat selfish pig. She’s not concerned because she plans on getting lipo after the birth, but what is baby’s recovery plan?!?! If I saw her on the street, I would punch HER in the neck for being so selfish and stupid (after she has the baby of course). How could anyone possibly defend her?!?!

    • whatever says:

      That’s a mighty high horse you’re up on.

      • Jen d. says:

        Wow, you’re an angry person. Eat a cookie or something. Or at least redirect your anger at something more worthwhile.

      • Mourning the Death of Music says:

        I was thinking the same thing, whatever. You know what they say, the higher the horse, the harder the fall.

      • Jen D says:

        Oh, and the comment was in response to Truth Fairy. I agree with Whatever!

    • marie says:

      HEY, don’t knock the butter flavored pop-tarts, those are my Saturday morning treats and they are oh so delicious!!

    • monette says:

      Make room on that high horse of yours cause I totally agree with you !

    • Emily says:

      You have no idea what she’s eating. Yes, she said she’s craving some crazy treats like onion rings and buttered pop-tarts, but for all you know she could be spending the rest of the day eating fruits, lean proteins, vegetables.

      Your baby will get what it needs from your body. You may end up worse for wear, but the baby will be fine. So, attacking her mothering before the baby is even born is a pretty low (and uninformed) blow.

      • Carolyn says:

        But we do know what she’s eating…Jess has given a lot of interviews detailing the mountain of crappy junk food. And she’s enjoyed every mouthfull. I’m the same height as Jess and she’d be close to 100kg. I like her but get annoyed at the lies she tells. She won’t lose the weight by WW – she’ll get surgery.

    • blc says:

      You come across a bit harsher than I would, but I agree totally with the sentiment. Jessica loves giving interviews gloating about all the junk food she is eating. I don’t see it as any different from a pregnant woman talking about all the drugs or alcohol she was consuming during her pregnancy. It is unhealthy, she should know better, and she is unfairly putting her baby’s health at risk.

    • fabgrrl says:

      What? Excessive maternal weight gain isn’t going to actually harm the baby’s development in any way. And I defy you to find any reputable, peer-reviewed, medical article that says otherwise. A chubby baby is NOT a problem (that is not the same thing as an obese child).

      What it CAN do is make delivery more difficult.

      • blc says:

        Actually numerous studies have found that obese mothers do harm their babies health. Google it.

        For now:

        “Most pregnancies of obese women are successful, but problems for your baby can include:

        premature birth
        birth defects

        There’s also evidence that babies born of obese mothers are more prone to health problems later in life, including obesity and diabetes. “

      • KaitX says:

        In fairness, Blc, she’s not obese!!

      • fabgrrl says:

        Babies born of obese mothers likely grow up with poor eating and exercise habits. THIS is what causes health problems, not being born chubby.

        That is a scant article, and I see no doctor’s name attached to it. I don’t see how “premature birth” and “stillbirth” could be construed as problems with the baby’s development. What “birth defects” are we talking about? That is really vague.

  19. Sarah says:

    I just agreed with Sarah Palin, I feel so dirty.

    I think Jessica looks beautiful right now. So she gained weight, at least we know she’s not carrying around a pillow!

  20. Jen d. says:

    But snarking and being sanctimonious makes us feel better about ourselves! I kind of respect the people who, at the very least, are straight up making fun of her for being fat. At least they’re more honest. It’s the people who are feigning concern over her weight gain and how it somehow affects all pregnant women who tire me out.

  21. reinvent says:

    I know I am supposed to stand in solidarity with my fellow women and I do to a point. But what’s really bothering me is this claim of being only 170lbs. If she is going to do WW is she going to be honest about the starting weight? Because 170 she is not…

    • Marjalane says:

      Dang! That’s what I said- 170 lbs. my ass! I hope she sails through the birth and has no post partum issue’s, but you’ve got to be SERIOUSLY motivated to get going on a “diet” immediately after bringing your first baby home. She’ll probably cop to her real weight after she’s lost most of it- makes for a more dramatic W.W. commercial!

    • Chell says:

      You took the words right out of my mouth~ no way in hell is she only 170 pounds! If she wants to be a role model and a spokesperson for WW then she should be honest or just keep her weight to herself. BTW, I adore the fact that Jess loves to eat & I hope that she never goes back to her ‘daisy duke days’! Life is too short to have to starve yourself & to be miserable!

    • lem says:

      I think she might actually be between 170-180. The woman is only 5’2ish.

    • strawberrycake says:

      She’s only 5’3″. I am 5’3″ and was 110 when I got pregnant. I was 168 when I gave birth and I looked JUST like that. It’s like looking in a time machine mirror. I didn’t eat the best, but whatever. I gained 58 lbs, but it looked like a LOT more. We short in stature, short-waisted women just look like that when we get pregnant if we gain more than 25 lbs. For what it’s worth, my son is 16 now, very healthy, and I’m 111 lbs. She’s fine, and her baby will be too. I don’t see why people think it’s their business, to be honest. But I totally believe she weights 170. I don’t think she’d bother to lie. Plus, really, 170 lbs on 5’3″, all in the belly, looks just like that.

      We’re all different, you know? Some women gain 20, some 25, some 40, and some more.

    • someone says:

      I believe the 170 comment came from her photo shoot with Elle magazine. From what I read, she did that photo shoot at 6 months pregnant. I guarantee she’s gained another 10 pounds per month since then so she must be hovering around 200 pounds by now. I agree that if she does Weight Watchers she should be honest about her starting point.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      If Jess is 5’3″, I must be 6′ tall! (In real-world measurements, I’m 5’8″.) Seriously, when I see her next to tallish people, she looks (aside from the baby bump) small enough to fit in my pocket. Like a bigger-boned Olsen twin.

    • MsCatra says:

      Thank you! I call BS on the 170 as well. As of my 39w5d appointment yesterday, I weigh 165 pounds, which means I have now gained 40 freaking pounds with this pregnancy (ugh). I’m 5’1″ with a short waist (well, short everything, lol) and there is just no WAY she only weighs 5 lbs more than me. Yes, everyone gains it in different ways, but I’m also all belly and boobs.

  22. Tifygodess24 says:

    People have made a big deal about her weight because of her comments. She has drawn attention to it herself by saying she eats junk nonstop and she’s always Out to restaurants. It’s almost like a train wreck I cant stop watching because I can’t believe how big she’s getting and i keep watching because I am curious how much bigger she could possibly get. And there is no way shes under 200 PDs at this point no way. Its just not healthy preggers or not. We prob won’t see many more pics of her before she gives birth because of her weight gain. Last few weeks are the worse.

  23. Erandyn says:

    Ah yes, that’s why I frequent Celebitchy – for celeb stories overflowing with “love and sympathy”.

  24. Lola B says:

    I was going to say leave her alone. After reading the comments I’ve changed my mind. A poster above said that it’s Jessica that makes her weight an issue and that poster is right! She makes millions off her weight, shoves it in our faces, already making money with Weight Watchers for losing the baby weight and, to be honest, I don’t think it’s WW that will help her lose it–she is going to have a tummy tuck. I can gaurantee that! She already has said she’s having a 10lb baby. Next it’s going to be ‘I’m having a C-section for safety bc the baby is big’ and we all know that means –Tummy tuck! If she doesn’t want to be judged for weight-stop making money off of your appearance.

  25. Darlene says:

    Jessica is having my EXACT pregnancy. I was in the 110-115 range when I got pregnant. I was 170 when I had her. I was like a HUGE BLIMP and so much of it was retained water. I lost a stunning 33lbs in 2 weeks after the birth, but then frankly, it took 5 years to get even remotely back to my pre-pregnancy weight, and now I am happy to maintain 5-10lbs over that weight now. This is a different chapter in my life. I am a mom, I’m older, and I’m happy with my shape. I do have loose skin that I’d like to get rid of around my belly, but Jessica can afford to take care of that when she’s done. I’m just so glad she got pregnant. She was trying for so long. She and Pink are the people I look to to say “yes, my pregnancy is possible in HWood”. Those little basket-ball sized bumps moms-to-be with skinny arms and ankles and same sized feet and still wearing their wedding rings…that’s nothing I can relate to, nor most of my mommy friends.

  26. fabgrrl says:

    Hold the phone, I believe Sarah Palin has FIVE children, not four. {Unless we are to believe the conspiracy theory that her youngest is actually Bristol’s first child?}

  27. MrsBarneyStinson says:

    I wish people would just stop labelling other people. To be more specific, labelling other people based on their weight. So what if somebody weighs a tad bit more than average? Or what if someone is thin? It’s their body! And if they don’t have a problem with it then why should anyone else?

    It is because of this constant string of insulting remarks that turn so many young girls are turning to eating disorders and even drugs. I really hope it stops someday.

    And Jessica is pregnant! Yes, she is the one who is constantly drawing attention to herself by telling us about the crap she eats. But maybe it isn’t true. It could be a PR move. And if no onee has taken her seriously before than why take her seriously now?

  28. someone says:

    Just wondering – what is with the “punch them in the neck” comment from Sarah Palin. How many people punch other people in the neck? Don’t you normally punch people in the face or stomach? Kinda odd to aim for the neck….

    • fabgrrl says:

      Homer Simpson punched someone in the neck on at least one occasion.

    • Ursaline says:

      I don’t know where it originally came from, but I’m flabbergasted that I would be amused by anything she said. My three year old once threatened to punch Santa in the neck if he caught him sneaking into our house in the middle of the night–we still laugh about that.

  29. LeeLoo says:

    Personally, I’m surprised she didn’t wind up with gestational diabetes the way she ate. Sorry, but this woman gained what-50 lbs? I know she’s 5’2″ and every little pound will show up on her body but she bragged about how much crap she put in it so I see no problem calling her fat. I’m not saying every pregnant woman needs to eat 100% perfect but she has consistently made horrible and unhealthy food choices throughout her entire pregnancy and bragged about it to the media. She’s gained way more than the average pregnant woman should and has continually shoved her face in the media during her pregnancy. While I think Joy’s word choice was poor she made a valid point, so did Sarah Palin, but Sarah forgets that it has been Jess’ choice to constantly talk to the media during her pregnancy. Since Jessica made that choice that does give us the right to comment on her body especially since she constantly talks about it.

    By the way does abyone really think Jessica is going to be able to maintain her popularity after she has the baby? It seems to me that no one is going to care after she pops out the baby.

  30. hillbilly in the corner says:

    It’s Jessica’s business not anybodies elses…….like Sarah Palin said….I had 4 babies and by the ninth month I looks like a beached whale and had to roll my huge belly around in a wheelbarrow …I carried all my babies up front just like she is…and it was the only time in my life I ever had decent sized boobs…or watermelons as my hubby referred to them…
    People always thought I was carrying twins or triplets even…and she looks like shes carrying triplets for sure..but I’m sure its just a big baby….and a lot of water…..
    One thing Hollywood is so used to seeming shinny starved woman with little bumps they are traumatized with real normal woman who are pregnant like Hillary Duff and Jessica….
    and that Boyounce woman was about as regent as her husband was..and he probably was more so…what a joke..

  31. mel says:

    She looks miserable. WOW! I gained 30 lbs with both pregnancies…I’m 5’9 – it was tough to lose that weight let a lone try and lose even more…but if she doesn’t care who are we to judge. I just think its kind of disgusting to gain so much weight…its unhealthy.

    • TheOriginalTiffany says:

      Same height as you, gained 70+ with both mine. I ate good, just gained lots and anything sweet made me vomit, it was all meat and dairy. I got pregnant the second time the week I got to my goal. So, after two kids in two years, I looked like shit. I just saw a pic and I was so fat and tired looking.
      I’m down to much less than prepregnancy, so you can take it off. It’s hard but doable.
      Especially with the gazillions she has!

  32. IAmSam says:

    Jessica has put on excessive weight. Although I am all for not criticizing pregnant women (I am one currently), putting on unnecessary weight is not good for the mom or the baby. The point is that during your pregnancy you should be trying to eat healthier than you ever have, as the baby is consuming whatever it is you are feeding yourself. So just imagine what her poor baby has been nourished on??? Fried and fatty foods? Not cool. Nothing wrong with weight-gain, but not at (A) the expense of your unborn child’s health, and (B) your own health.

    PS: most pregnancy cravings are brought on by some form of deficiency – ie your body is not getting enough of something. If you are having mad cravings, 9 times out of 10 you are not eating a well balance diet.

  33. Cathy says:

    I can’t believe I’m saying that I agree with Sarah Palin. Leave Jessica alone. Here’s hoping she has a happy healthy baby.

  34. casey says:

    i know this site is pro fat and hate skinny can criticize and bash skinny people here and not get in moderation but you cannot even put a bad comment about fat people.i don’t know but this is really my impression about this site.this site hate skinny people so much and adore and always have something nice to say about fat people.having said that, i think jessica really gained so much weight.whwn i was pregnant with my daughter, the only one got big is my belly and boobs.i was careful not because i don;t want to get big but the doctor advice not to gain so much weight for me and the babies sake.during that time i have a cousin who got so big and almost died giving birth because of very high blood pressure.i was so scared.

    • normades says:

      ^^^This. I love this site, I say it all the time, but there is definitely a pro-chubs bent here that is pounded into so many posts. God forbid we call Adelle or Jessica “fat” or even “over-weight”….but we can harp on thin celebs as “too skinny” or “anorexic”.

      Maybe it’s because I don’t live in the States, but I have LOTS of female friends who look as thin as the “skinny” celebs you talk about and they EAT and are not anorexic.

      People who eat right and are physically active are going to be thin in general. Sometimes very thin as is my case.

      Sorry, anorexia is a problem, but the bigger health problem in America is obesity. But imo people like to see pictures of celebs carrying more weight around as it makes them feel better about themselves, so it becomes:

      Too thin=anorexic

  35. aenflex says:

    How about ginormous? I mean there is a point where it’s almost unhealthy to gorge oneself without restraint, even when pregant. She’s the biggest pregnant woman I’ve seen in a long time, when looking at her pre-pregnancy figure compared to her current.
    Not that I wish her bad, I don’t. But she is huge.

  36. D1 says:

    I TOTALLY have the right – the duty, even – to scold and judge Jessica Simpson about her weight. Here’s why:

    1) I’ve watched 5 seasons of ER, 4 seasons of House, and 2 seasons of Gray’s Anatomy – that basically makes me a doctor, okay?

    2) Some people will say that only Jessica’s OB/GYN is familiar with her medical situation – she may just be retaining tons of water, her stats/test results may be fine and her OB/GYN is unconcerned, etc.

    WRONG! Just because I have no access to her medical records doesn’t mean I don’t know EXACTLY what’s in them! I have something better than medical evidence to substantiate my claim that she’s hurting her baby – I have a ~*~*feeling*~*~.

    3)Looking really closely at pictures of Jessica Simpson on Celebitchy is totally a type of medical exam.

    4)I’ve been pregnant. Like Chaka Khan once sang, “I’m Every Woman” – any woman whose behavior or appearance during pregnancy differs from mine is probably up to no good and should not be trusted.

    5) My sister’s polka instructor’s weed dealer’s landlord’s cat’s groomer’s receptionist got as fat as Jessica Simpson when she was pregnant. And her baby was born weighing 24lbs and with a tail! True story.

    6)I’m a self-righteous, concern-trolling busybody. Uh…I mean, I’m just worried about the baby. Yeah, that’s it, I do it for the sweet little babies.

    7) As a society, we need to make it clear to pregnant women that they are being watched and that everything they do is subject to our judgement.

    That’s why when I saw a pregnant woman drinking coffee at Starbucks yesterday, I threw a dog-catcher’s net over her, screamed, “Baby-killer!” and made a citizen’s arrest.

    Quite frankly, I’m tired of these fetus-carriers thinking they can do whatever they want without getting a constant stream of unsolicited medical advice from total strangers.

  37. Jayna says:

    She is fat. If she wants to gain 80, 90 pounds by her delivery date by eating far too much and lots of bad foods that’s her decision. I gained 30 because I could never stand to be lugging around that kind of weight and giving free reign to myself to pig out. But I have had a few friends gain a lot and they seemed fine except the last month or so.

  38. Toni says:

    Jessica invites all of the criticism and attention on her pregnancy weight gain then she and her defenders cry foul about said attention/criticism. She’s the one over sharing while lying to the public in interviews about having only gained 40 pounds, posing nude, talking about what she constantly eats, her gas and her amniotic fluid. She even wears tent like outfits to attract even more attention.
    It is possible to have a low key pregnancy but Jessica and her skeevy dad don’t want that. We didn’t know nearly this amount about Natalie Portman’s pregnancy, Uma Thurman’s, or any other female celebrity’s recent pregnancy.

    • LeeLoo says:

      Except I don’t think she was lying about having gained 40 lbs. She’s 5’2″ and people under 5’4 will show every pound they gain and look like they weigh more. She’s probably gained an additional 10-15 lbs since she gave that interview.

  39. Ayame says:

    “Did anyone else just have their mind blown by agreeing with Sarah Palin?”

    LOL, my exact sentiment!

    • LeeLoo says:

      When the day comes when I am even in semi-agreement with Sarah Palin then I know the end times are upon us.

      Looks like the Mayans were right…

  40. Lem says:

    No. I will not stop calling fat people fat!

    • D1 says:

      Thank you for your bravery. I wish all rude jerks had your courage.

      • Lem says:

        I am neither rude, nor a jerk. When you are ready to stop being fat I will volunteer my time as I currently do more than 20 hrs per week.
        Fat is an easily curable condion. Obesity is a self fulfilling prophecy. Fat related health problems are either preventable or reversible for the most part. I akin being overweight to a simple ignorance in health and nutrition. It’s an easy fix. Be fit & I’ll call you that instead! Calling someone fat gets a bad rap as being UN PC. Really it’s no different that calling a smoker a smoker or a meth head a meth head. You prefer I l feign ignorance of your obvious denial?

      • Jen D says:

        Erm, you’re either a rude jerk or a really good troll. I’m trying to decide which…..

      • D1 says:

        Of course you’re rude. In what society is it considered polite to point out people’s physical flaws?

        In all the times I have seen an overweight person, it has truly never occurred to me to make sure they know I think they’re fat & unhealthy (or conversely, to obnoxiously call someone anorexic if they look extremely thin).

        There’s the fact that someone else’s weight isn’t my business & doesn’t affect my own health. And I’m not their doctor, so I’m not qualified or sufficiently informed to comment on their health or medical situation. And I’d feel really bad if I hurt someone’s feelings with my unsolicited comments.

        I mean, to use your example, I guess I could walk up to a meth user & remind them that they’re missing several teeth…but why would I want to? What’s the point?

      • Lem says:

        I am both extremely qualified and sufficiently informed to comment on their health and medical situation; since you brought it up.
        It is Jessica that stokes the fires of her weight discussion by giving hard numbers in the first place.
        I do not run around society calling people out for being fat unsolicited. In Celeb!itchy I will. Jessica is nearing if not already, the clinical definition of obese. She is, by the very definition, fat.
        I will also stand firm that Kim Karthrashion is chunky without Photoshop. Her shell of a diet aid will do you more harm than good.
        J Love & Bey & Mariah Carrey are about a size 2 as much as Kirsti Alley is. Had they not brought it up, neither would I.
        Fat is a choice. By licking up buttered poptarts and everything else in excess she is choosing fat. By giving up excersise and overindulging while blatantly using pregrancy as an excuse she is choosing to be fat. Her every public comment enhances the belief she is ‘fat & happy’ .
        If one chooses to call themselves fat would it then be o.k. with you if I choose to agree?

    • normades says:

      I’m with ya Lem, calling someone “fat” has become un-PC.

      And since when has stating your opinion make one troll?

      • Go Lem says:

        I agree with Lem. Let’s call a spade a spade. Jessica is fat. Whether or not people say it out loud, they sure as heck are thinking it in their head.

      • Gian says:

        I always wondered what happens to the 13-18 yr old students who like to bully their fat classmates at the school where I work when they grow up and become adults.

        I guess they become people like Lem & you guys.

  41. Mitch Buchanan Rocks says:

    Wonder what Pappa Smurf, I mean Pappa Simpson is sayin about all this.

  42. Michelle says:

    I had a baby recently, know lots of women who did the same and none gained the amount Jessica has. It’s not healthy. The women I know have gained between 10-50 lbs (and this is at 9 months) and if I’m reading correctly, she’s admitting to having gained 50-60 in the Elle interview with several months left to go (where the most weight is put on). That’s just not healthy!

  43. telesma says:

    Except that she IS fat. She’s not just pregnant, that’s not just baby weight. She’s gained at least twice as much as she should have for a normal pregnancy. It’s not healthy, and she’s lucky she didn’t develop high blood pressure or gestational diabetes due to all the excess weight.

  44. Holden says:

    I actually think she’s deliberately not giving an f because the more she gains, the more she’ll lose and make on the WW contract on the other side.

    I’d have no problem if she was making healthy eating choices, but she eats like an NFL lineman.

  45. mar says:

    She is short. I am about 3 inches taller and I looked very similar when I was 8-9 months pregnant. She will have a hard time losing the weight, but she has money and help on her side, much more then a non celeb will have.

    While I do think she probably eats way more then required, let her enjoy this moment.

  46. the original bellaluna says:

    So, Jennifer Lawrence is “beefy” because she’s not a bobble-head, and Jessica is “fat” because she’s 9 months pregnant?

    What a world.

  47. Jane says:

    I have seen her in person and she is about my height, which is 5’2″. She may even be a bit under that. When you are that short and have a healthy, growing baby in you, you start to look like one big, rolling ball and it doesn’t take long.

    She might have gained more weight than she should, but who cares as long as she has a healthy baby. That is her problem and one I am sure she will tackle once she is ready to go back to work.

    I think the media should leave her alone and not expect every woman to look the same when pregnant, which is stupid.

  48. Kel says:

    What a shame that people are being so critical. When you’re short and curvy like she is, weight gain is a lot more obvious. She’s enjoying her pregnancy rather than being worried about what anyone thinks. Even on WW, I hope she keeps a few pounds so she’s not measuring up with what the media thinks she should be.

  49. Penguin says:

    No way was she 110 pounds when she gt pregnant. More like 130-140. She looked like she needed to lose 20 even before.

  50. Tara says:

    Omg. Yes. Mind just blown by agreeing with and liking Sarah palin for a millisecond.

  51. trillian says:

    She’s not being called fat because she’s pregnant, but because she gained waaaayyyy too much weight in her pregnancy. So yes, she’s fat. Sorry.

  52. jani says:

    Can we call her an ignorant, self-indulgent, talentless slob who just got lucky?

  53. Sara says:

    My pre pregnancy weight was pretty small and I gained less than 40 lbs during my pregnancy but at the end I still looked huge and young women would always snigger at me while I was out shopping. It kind of drove me nuts. I think almost EVERYONE looks huge at the end and it doesn’t matter is you gain 25 lbs or 60, people should stfu.

    I actually agree with Palin for once.

  54. Nev says:

    love Joy Behar…miss her talk show!

  55. Nina says:

    Also if her boobs weren’t out of control I promise she would not look nearly as huge. My boobs were an F cup when I was preggers and it’s hard to feel anything but fat when they’re that big. And I gained 85 pounds my first pregnancy and lost it all…and then some. I am almost 40 and have 3 kids and in the best shape of my life so I always just have to roll my eyes whenever anyone shows such deep concern when a woman gains more than 25 pounds when pregnant. Take a deep breath and relax, people. She won’t be pregnant forever!

  56. xxodettexx says:

    “Did anyone else just have their mind blown by agreeing with Sarah Palin? That just happened to me. I found myself saying, “Wow, Palin makes a great point. Jessica’s body, Jessica’s choice, Jessica’s business.” If only there was some way to extend Palin’s argument to other women’s issues…?”

    yes and no – i mean, a stopped clock is right at least twice a day right?? But at the same time, yes, i mean, i found myself whole-heartedly agreeing with palin but this issue was a no brainer – people (hollywood) need to STFU about pregnant women and their bodies…

  57. deva says:

    She looks cute and comfy (except for the heels), but I have to say–Jessica is not doing herself any favors wearing flowy maxi-dresses. Fitted clothing would actually flatter her blossoming curves more, IMHO.

  58. Lindsay says:

    Are numbers different in Hollywood. It seems like every celebrity that tells their size or weight always picks a number to low to be believable. If you volunteer it just be honest or don’t say it. If you lie about size and say you are proud not to be a size zero and proud of your curves and your “real woman’s body” you are destroying the credibility of your statement. You cancel out your positive statement.

    I will give her the benefit of the doubt in this case because of the possible time lapse and she is pregnant and don’t know how that effects the way you carry weight.

    @D1 – That was really funny

  59. sarah says:

    Please, Palin’s politics are not WRONG, they just differ from yours. What you believe is your opinion, not fact.

  60. Crystal says:

    From watching Fashion Star, Jess had to be at least 140 BEFORE the pregnancy. I’m also 5’3″ and love to eat…it takes an act of extreme will power for me to be 130. She can do whatever she wants, I just want her to be honest about it if she’s going to put it out there. When I’m not on a diet, I can get up to 160 and still wear a size 10 because I’m top heavy like Jess. I wouldn’t say Jess is pear shaped and curvy-she’s definitely apple shaped and pushing 2 bills at the least!

  61. Crystal says:

    From watching Fashion Star, Jess had to be at least 140 BEFORE the pregnancy. I’m also 5’3″ and love to eat…it takes an act of extreme will power for me to be 130. She can do whatever she wants, I just want her to be honest about it if she’s going to put it out there. When I’m not on a diet, I can get up to 160 and still where a size 10 because I’m top heavy like Jess. I wouldn’t say Jess is pear shaped and curvy; she’s definitely apple shaped and pushing 2 bills at the least!

  62. Lisa says:

    She’s not fat because she’s pregnant, she’s fat because she used her pregnancy as an excuse to eat too much. Not only is it unhealthy to gain that much weight, but to do it by eating buttered pop tarts is plain greed.

  63. Shy says:

    It’s just funny. Because she looks like she is pregnant for 11 months now.

    We all know that Jessica has problems with weight sometimes. Which means that she loves to eat. I suspect that when she find out that she is pregnant and all pregnant women should eat more, then she kind of find a perfect excuse to eat whenever she wants and began to eat non-stop. That’s why she was looking like 9 months pregnant when she was 6 months.

    And it’s bad for Jessica because it will be very hard for her to lose those kilos. It’s easy to gain them but it will be extremely hard for her to drop it.

  64. Jordan says:

    Well, she probably doesn’t mind people giving her all this publicity over her weight. Just think of the before / after pics with her deal with Weight Watchers. I got to say, Jessica is a smarter business woman than most give her credit for.

  65. Penguin says:

    I hate this misconception that if ur short every single pound shows up on ur body. That’s really offensive. I’m 5’4, I look tiny whether I weigh 100 pounds or 120. We don’t all turn into snooki just cos we’ve put 5 pounds on.

    • LeeLoo says:

      Well yeah, that’s because you are at a normal weight for your height. The biggest point people make about being short is that if you are short and close to or are overweight you look morbidly obese. Take my mom for example, she’s 5’2.5″ she weighs 155 lbs but looking at her you would think she’s much heavier. When she was at a normal weight she looked good and the weight didn’t show up as easily. It’s when you get chubby or worse is what I and many others are likely talking about.

  66. palermo says:

    These celebs can’t have it both ways. They want to get constant attention unless it’s something negative, when they are shocked if anybody comments. I think Jessica was overweight before she got pregnant and then has just eaten anythng and everything she wanted. We’ll see if she can take it off afterwards

  67. wunder says:

    Well she’s preg, so she’s supposed to be ‘fat’!. . . Anyhow, it is twins or triplets for her???

  68. marisa says:

    Poor girl. I feel like she’s been pregnant for a year already.

  69. Snowflake says:

    Sorry, I don’t think it’s okay to call someone fat, whether they’re pregnant or not. If they want to be fat or gain a lot of weight while they’re pregnant, who cares? It’s their body, not yours. Who are the f*ck are you to tell them what they should look like? I remember when I was bigger and how hurt i would get when I would realize and/or overhear just how fat someone thought I was. But at least I can take comfort in the fact that I’m a nice person and not as shallow as the fat haters. I will never understand why people think it’s okay to be that rude to others. And don’t cite the health concerns; you don’t really care about some stranger or stranger’s baby’s health; you’re just a shallow person. That’s my two cents.

  70. Mrs. Odie 2 says:

    I must have missed it. When did Joy Behar become an OB/GYN? My doctor said one pound a week is normal. A pregnancy is 40 weeks. How does that add up to 25?

  71. Lizard Lemon says:

    Dude, stop being such a pussy.

  72. Sugar says:

    my first one I gained 35 pounds my second one no matter what I gained 5 pounds a month . Doing the math I was freaking out so 45 pounds later I had a 7lb2oz baby who would not take the bottle which in the beginning was fine because I am totally pro-breast feeding. But even when I could introduce cereal she to put it simple couldn’t keep it down . On the advice of the pediatrician my girl was getting everything she needed from me and as long as I could nurse the better.
    So in the end I lost all but 15 pounds thru nursing & I joined a local WW chapter to lose that weight following the nursing mothers program.
    I saw it as Gods way of saying this little one is gonna need it mama so had I not gained that weight I wouldn’t have kept up my health for supplying my child what she needed. She is 26 was a 4.00 student all thru school is a natural size 2 and I paid WW they didn’t pay me haha.
    I didn’t eat bad things but gained that weight for apparently the right reason. I hope Jessica takes the time to be just a mommy and she will and can lose the extra weight but if one is already struggling to maintain a normal healthy weight getting those extra preg prounds off is hard work !

  73. Courtney says:

    some women who have c-sections are excempt from having a tummy tuck right after because of pregnancy/delivery complications like Pre-eclamspia or a hernia/slipped disk. why don’t ya’ll leave Jessica Alone by the Way Mariah Carey isn’t a size 2 and never has been she’s a Us size 4/Uk size 6 at 5’9″ and roughly 140lbs pefectly normal for her height and bodytype. weightloss deals last 2-3 years and the celeb is paid by pound lost Mariah gained 82lbs while pregnant 40 of which were water which she lost in the two week hospital stay and in the time she’s been on Jenny Craig she’s lost the remaining 42 and an aditional 13 for a total of 55 her deal is 2 years 5,000,000 dollars or 91k a pound. Jessica’s gained about 60lbs with two weeks to go and her weigh watchers deal is 2 years 3.5 million dolloars or 54k a pound leave her alone

  74. Larissa says:

    She is fat, I was fat while pregnant too, but mostly because of edema and i had to take shots on my belly every day to thinen my blood because my huge baby was blocking blood flow to my legs(I am a short person) , plus I was retaining a lot of liquid. So after I gave birth I lost like 40lbs in 2 months, and I did not exercize nor breastfed for long. So I was basically bloated to extremes! And I think that´what Jess has, bloating. But still I don´t think it is that rude to call her fat, because she sure looks fat! Why fat has always to be so offensive? It makes sound like fat people are an offense to the world!

  75. ocean says:

    She has put on weight like any other “NORMAL” pregnant woman out there. This is a realistic pregnancy and what most women go through. Unlike other celebs who we know waisted thousands of dollars to “fake” their pregnancy.

  76. Millie says:

    Okay, I know we are all debating whether Jes sis fat or not or if we should even comment and how much weight is appropriate, etc.

    I think this puts things in perspective.Kim Snyder is a celebrity nutriotionist and Drew Barrymore is one of her clients. She has this to say about pregnancy diet and nutrition.

    Hope it helps:

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