Losing weight is no easy feat. It takes a huge amount of self discipline and dedication in order to meet weight loss goal. That being said, losing weight while the whole world watching you adds a whole other layer of difficulty to the equation. These superstars have taken every step to insure that they are safe in reaching their goals.
On the other hand, some might argue that celebrities have helpful financial resources and credit cards the rest of us can only dream about. Either way, check out these celebrities who have accomplished incredible weight loss transformations that you have to see to believe. None of this was achieved with plastic surgery.
Adele has always shown us what it means to be a confident woman, regardless of size. The talented singer had once stated that she would never lose weight simply because she was told to do so.
However, after the birth of her son, Adele decided to make some changes both for her own health and for her newborn son. Since then, Adele has lost a significant amount of weight, looks great, and is still gifting the world with chart topping hit after hit.
Melissa McCarthy first charmed us all by playing the adorable Sookie St. James on teen drama Gilmore Girls. She landed her first leading role as Molly in the sitcom Mike & Molly. Her biggest exposure was certainly her role as Megan Price in 2011’s Bridesmaids, which garnered her much attention and awards, leading to many other leading roles in films.
She began a weight loss journey that has consisted of much healthier eating, working out, but also going to sleep much earlier. Melissa has recently showed off a nearly 75 weight loss accomplishment, and looks great.
Chris Pratt was long cast as the lovable supporting character, from hit show Parks and Recreation to films The Five Year Engagement, Moneyball, Zero Dark Thirty, and Wanted. However, after being cast in a leading role in the Guardians of the Galaxy film, Pratt had to get in insane shape and ended up losing six pounds in just 6 months.
He did this by actually increasing the amount of food he ate but shifted to eating only healthy, whole foods, in addition to intensive workouts six days a week.