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      12-18-2006, 04:10 AM   #1
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This for you Nikki...

I know how most all of us on this board endear Jessica Alba.

Apparently she dangerously close to having Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).

Jessica want to be skinnier


Los Angeles (eCanadaNow) - Proving once again that Hollywood is concerned about the body image of young women everywhere, one skinny actress wants to be skinnier, at least that is what is being reported. In Touch magazine.

She says: “I have curves, but I don’t really like them. I wish I was skinnier and taller.

The typical image of a hollywood actress has been a topic of debate lately.

Actress Kate Winslet has blasted the trend for female stars and models to slim down to a tiny ‘size zero’ as “unbelievably disturbing”.

“What I resent is that there is an image of perfection that is getting thinner and thinner,” the 31-year-old star of ‘Titantic’ says.

Cameron Diaz has become the latest high-profile celebrity to criticise her super-skinny counterparts.

The 34-year-old actress told chat show legend Michael Parkinson that she finds the influence of super slim celebs “terrifying”.

Speaking to Parky, in comments to be aired on ITV1 this Saturday, Diaz said: “I think it’s…tragic and sad. It’s a sickness, something that’s going on in someone’s head where their perspective is off.

“We get ideals from images that we see and there certainly should be more responsibility put on those people who are putting those images out into the world. Let’s be a little bit more responsible to what’s realistic.”
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I have nothing against skinny women. Skinny is beautiful (i.e. Nicole Kidman, Iman, Famke Jansen) just like curvy is beautiful (Jessica Biel, Jennifer Tilly, Jennifer Lopez).

But Jessica Alba is about the closest I have seen to natural beauty...thought anyone?