August 30, 2005
Is Susan Rexic?
It's a face-off between Teri Hatcher
and Rachel Hunter
, the former supermodel and Rod Stewart ex.
"When women get too skinny, like Teri Hatcher, it shows on their faces and ages them," Hunter tells Web site medindia.com. But the incredibly shrinking "Desperate Housewives" vixen said recently that getting stick thin wasn't her choice. "If I didn't have this job, I wouldn't even walk into a gym, so I do feel pressure to look my best," Hatcher said.
Hatcher also said: "To think that I would need to stop eating and be anorexic and sick to get a job is the wrong message to send to girls and women in our society, and that really bugs me," she said. "I am all about health, and to me size is not what defines your health. It never crossed my mind that if I were thinner, I would get more jobs."
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Hunter is right. It does show on thier farces and ages them. Maybe she'll get fat injections for her face for that more youthful glow while retaining her skinny firgure.
Posted by: Lynne at August 30, 2005 10:30 AM (f9tTR)
I agree. Hatcher was prettier before landing her role on Housewives.
Posted by: Kelly at August 30, 2005 02:02 PM (6krEN)
Posted by: Nick Steele at September 19, 2005 10:33 PM (Fr/Zt)
MsTeri Hatcher Weight Loss - Retraction And Apology
September 9, 2005, 5:55:45 MS TERI HATCHER - RETRACTION AND APOLOGY: In our 3rd feed on August 25th 2005 we included a story about Ms Teri Hatcher headlined "Hunter Hits Out At Hatcher's Weight Loss". We are reliably informed by Ms Hatcher's legal representatives that this story, which was originally published in Reveal magazine in the UK, has no basis whatsoever in truth. .
Rachel Hunter did not make any comments about Ms Hatcher and we accept Ms Hatcher has not experienced any recent weight loss and other than the period when she was pregnant eight years ago, her weight has remained constant. .
WENN retracts this story and apologies unreservedly to Ms Hatcher and requests that anyone who has republished this story removes it from public display and from their electronic archives and publishes an apology in a similar form to this. WENN Editor .
Posted by: Nick Steele at September 19, 2005 10:34 PM (Fr/Zt)
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