Ashley Graham’s fans concerned as model looks unrecognizable after drastic weight loss in sexy sheer dress for new video
FANS of Ashley Graham have shared their worries as the supermodel looked unrecognizable in a new video after her drastic weight loss.
Ashley, 35, shared a brand new video on her social media account showing off her strut.
In the clip posted to Instagram, Ashley walked down a hotel hallway while the song All Eyes on Me by DJ Belite played.
The supermodel wore a sparkly see-through dress that showed off her figure. Underneath the dress, she wore a black low-cut bra and short bottoms.
She matched the outfit with several accessories including a small black purse, dangly earrings, and silver heels.
Over the weekend, the star attended the Cannes Film Festival in France.
However, many fans commented on her weight.
One fan questioned, “Has anyone noticed ashley is getting more trimmer???”
Another replied to the comment, “Yes she’s getting smaller every post.”
“Her face looks so different pretty but not the same as it did before so sad,” commented a third.
“Didn’t even recognize you,” admitted a fourth.
“She is not a plus size anymore,” a fifth wrote.
Others defended the model and urged people to stop commenting on her figure.
“I would love to lose some weight simply to feel better about myself and comfortable in my own body. I just don’t understand the negativity being displayed by a lot of y’all,” a fan slammed the critics.
“I’m so tired of the ‘she’s not plus size’ anymore…any size over 14 is a plus-size model. So she’s still a plus-size model. She looks good, period,” another stated.
ASHLEY’S FITNESS ROUTINES AND DIET
After having three children, many wonder how she lost weight and what her diet is.
She explained to Stylecraze that she eats plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, lean protein, and healthy fats.
She also discussed her workout routine which consists of jumping squats, lunches, weight lifting, push-ups, barbell squats, and many other types of exercises.
Graham was crowned the coveted title by Maxim magazine’s annual Hot 100 issue, which celebrated the 100 most attractive and influential women around the world.
The plus-size model and “Queen of Curves” dethroned Paige Spiranac for the accolade last month, which many saw as major progress for the body positivity movement.
Ashley, a key spokesperson, and face of the movement, with over 20million followers on Instagram, has been vocal about efforts to be intentional with her social media to normalize real bodies.
“My brand is about confidence and owning who you are and being honest with who you are.
“I think that’s incredibly reflective of my Instagram, my Youtube, my podcast,” she told The Wall Street Journal for her March 2021 cover story.
“This is why I don’t post like the ‘perfect’ Instagram photos. I keep it real and raw constantly because I want [people] to know that there are women with cellulite, with back fat, with stretch marks.”
Despite her title, however, even the World’s Sexiest Woman isn’t immune to hate comments from unhappy critics.
After she posted a photo of herself in a backless minidress at a friend’s birthday party, she faced backlash from Sameera Khan, a former Miss New Jersey and current “anti-woke” journalist.
The journalist tweeted a photo of the model with the caption “The fat positivity movement is getting out of hand,” a tweet that has since been deleted.
Graham, in response, tweeted the same photo of herself but this time asking fans to contribute: “Quote tweet this with a photo of you taking ‘fat positivity’ too far. I’ll start.”
Despite her status, Graham even gets fat-shamed by those who work with her, including a stylist who commented on her thighs.
On a 2019 appearance on YouTube star Nikkie de Jager’s show, the model recounted the unpleasant experience.
“The end of last year, I had a stylist and I couldn’t fit into these pants,” Graham explained.
“[The stylist] smacked the side of my thighs and she said: ‘Ashley if you just got rid of that right there, you would be able to fit into these pants.'”
The model was appalled: “UM—excuse me? Isn’t the point of a stylist to find clothes to fit you rather than the other way around?”