Not because she went from a double-digit size to a single-digit size. She is the boss of her body.
Not because she’s prouder of her weight loss than she is of her Oscar. Again, it’s her life, and she’s free to value her accomplishments as she sees fit.
But because this:
I don’t think there’s an inherent disconnect between loving one’s body at any size and making an individual choice to lose weight. I do think there’s an inherent disconnect between I love my body at any size and I recommend you purchase this diet plan.
In advertising with “I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to do Weight Watchers” and “Join Me,” Jennifer Hudson’s weight loss is no longer only about Jennifer Hudson. It’s become a product that Weight Watchers and their spokespeople are trying to sell to me, which tries to make someone else’s weight loss a value judgment about me — and that’s not okay.