Giuliana Rancic has been called skinny so many times that she has now learned to just ignore the comments. According to Star Pulse, the Fashion Police co-host says that she knows the truth, and that she has chosen to not even address the comments made about her because that is what is best for her in this situation. Constantly asked about her thin frame, Rancic seems comfortable with where she’s at health-wise.
“I think the best thing to do, honestly, is not even talk about it. You know? As long as you know the truth, that’s all that matters,” Rancic said at the ASTRA Awards on Thursday night.
Giuliana Rancic skinny comments always intensify after an award show. Social media tends to light up with negative comments, many of which call for Rancic to “eat a cheeseburger.” While some people seem generally concerned for Rancic’s well-being, others think that the comments are similar to fat-shaming… except they seem to be skinny-shaming.
According to Us Weekly, Rancic has done a good job keeping those comments from getting to her. She fills her social media with positive thoughts, and continues to post photos of herself despite the backlash she so often faces.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Rancic made waves at the Grammy Awards when she wore a black jumpsuit that caused quite a bit of negativity on social media. While people were making their negative comments, however, Rancic chose to keep a smile plastered on her face, and didn’t even feel the need to respond. That approach obviously comes with its own controversy, as some people now think that Rancic is in denial.
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In 2013, Rancic told Huff Post Live that she hasn’t been overly impressed with any of the comments about her weight.
“I know the truth. I know that I eat a lot and I take walks and I have a faster metabolism. All these people were commenting, ‘She’s so skinny, eat a sandwich, eat a burger,’ and it was interesting. I don’t respond but so many people get really upset and they’re like, ‘Oh really? Eat a sandwich? What a great comment.’ Or people say, ‘She’s been through cancer. Really? That’s what you’re going to put out?”
Do you think Giuliana Rancic’s take on being “too skinny” is a good one?
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