Tara Reid Draws in Concern Again Due to Her Thin Figure
They say that ‘change is constant’, especially so if you’re working in the entertainment industry and you have to keep up with the image. But sometimes such drastic changes can cause worry, like that of Tara Reid as she comes out again with a noticeably thinner figure and legs.
According to Celebuzz.com, Reid was recently spotted heading to the E. Baldi restaurant in Beverly Hills. And judging from the photos of her taken during that day, it seems Reid has gotten into another bout of becoming overly thin. Wearing a green button-down shirt and skinny pants, Reid somehow highlighted how stick-thin she is, particularly her legs.
According to a friend of Reid who was exclusively asked by HollywoodLife.com about Reid’s condition, everyone sees and knows how thin Reid is getting, however, she’s just not minding it much regardless of the people worrying about her.
“It’s just not healthy. She has a laundry list of excuses, but the truth is she just doesn’t nourish herself enough. She’s so hard on her body, it’s really concerning,” the source said in the Celebuzz article.
Reid has been the source of concern regarding her thin figure for many years now, apparently since 2008. However, in an interview with TMZ, as cited by Inquisitr, Reid brushed off the concerns and defended herself.
“I’m just a small-boned girl. I eat, I eat, and I eat. Some people eat too much, [and] you yell at them [because] they’re fat. You want to get mad at me because I’m skinny? Great, get mad at me. I am what I am,” she said.
In another interview with The Hollywood Gossip in August last year, Reid reveals that though she loves eating many types of food (particularly Italian food like pasta), her body just doesn’t show it because she has a really fast metabolism and that it’s in her genes.
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