According to Anne Hathaway, Anne Hathaway has been bulking up in the gym for an upcoming role. In order to get a jump on body shamers and the fatty police, Anne’s preemptively letting them know it won’t bother her. Anne posted her workout routine to Instagram with a direct message to all the haters out there: “it’s not me it’s you” which would be a sick burn it it made any sense at all.
Here’s the gargantuan elephant that once was Anne Hathaway.
We don’t know what role this is for, but apparently is will require her to move very very fast. Lady Flash perhaps? It’s cute that Anne thinks she’s a fat bottomed girl now. All the real fat bottomed girls out there (yeah, I’m looking at you, person in the mirror) are laughing their asses off at that notion (metaphorically or course, if that was actually possible I would have won that Oscar for playing skinny ass Fantine in Les Miz myself).
Anne’s talked about her “so what I’m fat” attitude about weight in the past. According to People Anne’s body positive outlook has helped her to deal with changes in her body due to pregnancy.
“There is no shame in gaining weight during pregnancy (or ever). There is no shame if it takes longer than you think it will to lose the weight (if you want to lose it at all). There is no shame in finally breaking down and making your own jean shorts because last summer’s are just too dang short for this summer’s thighs,” she wrote on Instagram in August 2016. “Bodies change. Bodies grow. Bodies shrink. It’s all love (don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.).”
It’s very nice of Anne to jump in and be a spokesperson for fats and fat adjacents. But who in their right mind is making their own jean shorts! Speaking as a fatty boombalatty, her advocacy of ruining perfectly good jeans that still fit you in the waist to make longer shorts is absurd. She’s dead wrong. It is shameful. If I have a pair of jeans I can still zip up without them pushing my gut up to meet my boobs, those are my good jeans. The fuck am I gonna do with home-cut jean shorts?
Here’s a gallery of Anne at the Studio City Farmers market wearing what looks like a very expensive looking drug rug from Anthropologie, or, she has joined The Guilty Remnant.