Rebel Wilson says she was 'paid a lot of money to be bigger'
Rebel Wilson attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party (Gregg DeGuire / FilmMagic)
Rebel Wilson has announced that after years of "paying a lot of money to be taller" she is now losing weight.
The actress, who became famous in the Pitch Perfect films as Fat Amy, told The Sun that the bosses paid her to stay taller in the past, but that "this can mess around with your head a bit".
After Wilson turned 40 in March of this year, it was time to focus on her own well-being.
Rebel Wilson at the Oscars in 2020 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. (Jordan Strauss / Invision / AP)
"It's not like I want to lose weight and reach a certain number," she said.
"It's more than that. It's about mentally dealing with why I ate too much and had a job where I was paid a lot of money to get bigger. Sometimes that can mess around with your head."
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Wilson said that she is now "trying to work on the mental side", as well as her diet and exercise.
In January, the Australian star posted a picture on Instagram showing how she is walking on the beach when she announced that 2020 would be "the year of health" for her.
“I put on the sport and went for a walk, I deliberately moistened myself on the couch and tried to avoid the sugar and junk food that would be difficult after the holidays I just had, but I will ! "she told her fans.
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Wilson has had her big break in Pitch Perfect, but is also known for films like Bridesmaids, What to Expect When You Expect, and Cats.
The actress' TV credits include Super Fun Night and Pooch Perfect.
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