Melissa McCarthy calls out malls for ‘segregating’ plus-size women

28 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

I don’t care about looking perfect: Melissa McCarthy.

Melissa McCarthy isn’t afraid to speak her mind about things she thinks are wrong, whether it’s sexism or anything else. Los Angeles: Actress Melissa McCarthy, who is launching her own plus-size clothing line with apparel company Sunrise Brands, is aware that she doesn’t always look her best.

The popular comedian was more than able to hold her own as she posed on the red carpet with the likes of Hollywood heavyweights Jude Law, Melissa McCarthy and Jason Statham.Playing an improbable undercover agent, Melissa McCarthy got bruised and beaten up doing the stunts for her new action movie, Spy, and would gladly take more punishment. “Weirdly I loved it, like I would sign up for another one in a minute,” the comic actress said on Wednesday at the film’s European premiere in London’s Leicester Square. “I loved all the action, I loved the challenge.” McCarthy’s character, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) analyst Susan Cooper, gets into elaborate stunts and car chases after volunteering to go undercover to expose an arms dealer.

Completing her looks with silver bangles and a large necklace, Miranda wore her brunette locks in light waves and highlighted her features with soft make-up. Bridesmaids director Paul Feig, who created the role of Nancy in the buddy comedy with Miranda in mind, said: ‘I’ve been a fan of Miranda’s for years and am so excited to bring her to the big screen.’ The Call The Midwife actress has always been confident in her appearance and told Tatler: ‘I’m not a stereotypically beautiful woman and I’m so happy that I’m not. McCarthy recalled that a real undercover agent told her this disguise was realistic, saying to the actress: “I don’t know about the cat shirts, but looking like a frumpy tourist was not far off.” Her British co-stars Jude Law and Jason Statham praised McCarthy’s comedic scrapes. It’s an odd thing that you can’t go shopping with your friends because your store is upstairs hidden by the tire section. ‘We’ll put you gals over there because we don’t want to see you and you probably don’t want to be seen.’” McCarthy also talked about how she wants to set a good example for her daughters, Vivian, 8, and Georgette, 5, and she wants them to be able to do whatever they want to do in life: “When I told my daughters there had never been a female president, they were like, ‘What!

Jude Law looked handsome as ever in a black velvet blazer teamed with a black top and trousers while his fellow British co-star Jason Statham looked suave in a dark blue suit. She then moved into television, starring in series such as Gilmore Girls, Samantha Who? and Mike & Molly, which earned her a 2011 Emmy award for lead actress in a comedy. The “Tammy” actress also revealed that she was inspired to design the line as she was sick of feeling segregated from other shoppers because of her dress size, reports “People don’t stop at size 12! The Only Way Is Essex star Danielle Armstrong opted for slight more casual look as she teamed a slogan shirt with a flowing sheer skirt which had a black underlay. Melissa- who recently achieved her star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame – takes on a similar role to previous blundersome comedies The Heat and Identity Thief; though this time her character prevails as the unlikely heroine.

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