Fans are praising Rebel Wilson's 'incredible' weight loss in new Instagram snap

Fans are praising Rebel Wilson's 'incredible' weight loss in new Instagram snap

Australian actor Rebel Wilson has dubbed 2020 a “Year of Health”, stunning fans with her new look in a candid Instagram snap. Vowing to make a series of “positive changes” over the next 12 months, the “Bridesmaids” and “Cats” star has seen some fans gush over her dramatic transformation. 

In an image shared just over a week ago, the performer was seen clad in full gym gear on an unknown beach. Wilson accompanied the picture with the message:

“Okay so for me 2020 is going to be called “The Year of Health” - so I put on the athleisure and went out for a walk, deliberately hydrating on the couch right now and trying to avoid the sugar and junk food which is going to be hard after the holidays I’ve just had but I’m going to do it! Who’s with me in making some positive changes this year?”

Wilson’s brand of uncompromising, no-nonsense entertainment has helped win her fans around the world. Several supporters have since taken to social media to voice their support for her new outlook. One Instagram follower commented:

“Yes!! ? Just make sure you have balance! Health is fantastic but restriction can often lead to the opposite of what you’re working towards ❤️ “Self-compassion is the cure to negative body image, not losing weight”. ?”

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Another added:

“You are already looking fantastic but I totally agree with you (she says sat lazing on the sofa haha!) I definitely need to put my physical and my mental health first.”

By her own admission, this lifestyle hasn’t always been at the top of Wilson’s priorities. As she revealed in an interview with 2Day FM’s Grant, Ed and Ash, via Metro:

“When I first moved to the States, I had to sell everything that I owned: my car, my computer, my apartment, everything.”

“And I came with one suitcase, a doona [duvet] and a pillow.”

“And I actually lived on… well I paid for a furnished apartment so I had somewhere to stay, but I lived on $60 a week, which is not much.”

“I’d go to this supermarket called Trader Joe’s and get corn chips and stuff and I was surviving on corn chips and guacamole.”