Uh, if Jennifer Aniston is the definition of "a real figure," then no.Now a real figure looks a lot more appealing and sexier than a starved one in the same way that driving a Hummer seems hilariously out of touch with the mood of the times. In Hollywood, it's already noticeable: the likes of Jennifer Aniston have got a bit more flesh on their bones...
Seriously. When she turned 40, the hype in the media about how great she looked made me want to hurl. If I could afford a chef and a personal trainer, I'd look better, too!Britt said:Uh, if Jennifer Aniston is the definition of "a real figure," then no.
That's the thing. When the Sex And The City movie can out, there was a whole lot of media acting like the women were all geriatric. For all the lip service we pay to it being about how you feel and yada yada, I don't think a large portion of society believes it for a moment.Betsy the Quilter said:My issue is not with Jennifer Anniston herself but with the crazed media coverage. Seemed like every tv show I watched on Jennifer's birthday was a huge promotional thing about how great she looked. Sheesh. And like there's something wrong with looking 40.