Chrissy Metz Gets Fat Shamed For Wearing This Latex Dress At MTV Movie Awards

We need to stop with the body shaming, OK?

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I can't believe it's almost the middle of the year in 2017 and I'm once again writing about people body shaming others.

I thought we were done with that, people?

Didn't we learn already that no one is perfect, and that includes you, too?


Chrissy Metz, famous for her role on the popular NBC tear-jerker series This Is Us presented an award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards Show in a red, form-fitting latex dress. 


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Lady looked HOT!

But alas, there were those who just had to ruin the moment for the body positive actress.


Chrissy Metz didn't let the haters get to her. She clapped back after the awards show with a tweet that to let everyone know Chrissy does what Chrissy wants!

Get it, girl!


Back in March of this year, Chrissy Metz spoke with Marie Claire and told them she doesn't even know how much she weighs, "I don't worry about numbers. It just messes with my mind."

Chrissy Metz on real-life dating:

"I know that men—or women, whoever you're attracted to—are attracted to women with something-something, but because we're taught that [thin] is beautiful, it's more accepted to like skinny girls. It's weird if men like big girls, like, oh, do you have a fetish?"

Metz brings up a good point. Why does liking a person who happens to be on the heavier side have to come with the caveat that "they like big girls." Though that can be true, can't it just be that one person truly likes another for who they are?


Are we that shallow as a society that we can't even imagine a big girl finding love without it being some sort of weird situation?

Metz also told Marie Claire, "I do want to lose weight. But not because anyone is telling me to do it.

I believe I just found my new hero; a woman who looks like me on television who doesn't care what anyone thinks and goes with how she feels.


Yes, Chrissy Metz, I adore you.

Thank you for being you. You allow women like me to feel it's ok to be ... well, me.