The Height and Weight of 10 “Hot” Female Celebrities Revealed!

November 7, 2007

Do you know how hard it is to find out a female celebrity’s true weight? Well, I didn’t either until today! Here is the deal…first of all, women do not like to give their true weight.

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You would think that a quick Google Search could give you that answer. If you think that is the case…you are wrong. Even the almighty Google had a tough time giving me proper answers.

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How Did I Come Up With the Data?

For most women on this list, I tried to find their weight when in peak shape for their most recent movie role. Obviously if an actress is pregnant, I didn’t put that weight down (not that I’d be able to find it if I wanted to…LOL!). A few of these women recently gained weight, but I didn’t list that weight either. When possible, I tried to find more than 3 sources and create an average, but most of the time I just found 2 listings. I dug pretty deep at times to find this data, so I think it is more accurate than a lot of the sites that you will find.

How Did I Choose The Women to List?

Obviously everybody has a different idea of who is hot. I tried to find a combination of the top searched actresses according to Yahoo of different heights and builds. I obviously threw in a few favorites that aren’t searched as much (Kelly Hu, Salma Hayek, and Gabrielle Union)…I enjoy exotic looks. So far I only have listed 10, but I’ll add to this list over time.

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One More Thing About the List

I linked each actresses name to a site with pictures and more info on her. Just click on the actress’s name and you can find out her age, where she was born, etc. I am just including a simple height and weight chart. I also listed the movie or TV role that I believe that they are the most known for…not their newest work necessarily.

Adriana Lima: Victoria’s Secret Model
Height 5’10” – Weight 112 pounds
Height 1.77m – Weight 50.91 kg

Jessica Biel: Actress (started on “7th Heaven”)
Height 5’8″ – Weight 108 pounds
Height 1.72m – Weight 49.09 kg

Kate Beckinsale: Actress (movie “Underworld”)
Height 5’8″ – Weight 115 pounds
Height 1.72m – Weight 52.27 kg

Gabrielle Union: Actress (movie “Bring it On”)
Height 5’8″ – Weight 110 pounds
Height 1.72m – Weight 50.00 kg

Jessica Alba: Actress (movie “Into The Blue”)
Height 5’7″ – Weight 127 pounds
Height 1.70m – Weight 57.73 kg

Megan Fox: Actress (movie “Transformers”)
Height 5’6″ – Weight 114 pounds
Height 1.67m – Weight 51.82 kg

Roselyn Sanchez: Actress (TV show “Without a Trace”)
Height 5’7″ – Weight 130 pounds
Height 1.70m – Weight 59.09 kg

Eva Longoria: Actress (TV show “Desperate Housewives”)
Height 5’2″ – Weight 105 pounds
Height 1.57m – Weight 47.73 kg

Salma Hayek: Actress (movie “Desperado”)
Height 5’2″ – Weight 115 pounds
Height 1.57m – Weight 52.27 kg

Kelly Hu: Actress (movie “Scorpion King”)
Height 5’5″ – Weight 122 pounds
Height 1.65m – Weight 55.45 kg

So Why Did I Decide to Make a List Like This?

Well…curiosity more than anything. I guess I wanted to find out the exact stats of actresses and see if they are attainable for the “regular woman”. I have friends that are around these sizes, so I know it isn’t completely unrealistic to be the same size as some of these women. I would say that Adriana Lima is pretty thin going by the stats I listed, but she recently put on 10-15 pounds and still looks unbelievable.

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It is obvious by looking at pictures that these women don’t hold this lower weight year round. Most of them get in extra-good shape for TV and movie roles. These would be stats to aim for if you were going on a tropical vacation -or- for the beginning of summer, etc.

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rachel November 4, 2011 at 3:40 pm

noooo no no no no. that’s way underweight don’t please.

Holly November 30, 2011 at 10:26 pm

No way! Your weights are unbelievable. I’m 5’7″ and I’m at 130lbs. I’m considered very lean. I have muscle tone and my abs are visible. At one point I weighed 120 and I was scary skinny!

Alex December 15, 2011 at 1:52 am

I don’t think these numbers are correct. Nice effort though, but as you said at the beginning: it’s almost impossible to find out the weight of female celebs. I don’t know about the tall girls (jessica alba, jessica biel, adriana lima), they have a different body frame and your estimation might be right: between 110-125 lbs (50-57kg). But the smaller girls (megan fox, eva longoria), whose body frame I share, can’t weigh more than 100lbs (45kg), and at their thinnest, its probably more like 90-95lbs. The thing is: all these woman are under a double amount of pressure : 1) have a stunning, yet thin body with 0% fat. (So weigh as little as possible). But be a rolemodel which means that they can’t be associated with anorexia (so tell everyone their weight is that of any normal girl). Most of these women are forced to lie about their weight and their eating pattern, but keep it as low as possible to be pretty on screen.

Keith January 10, 2012 at 6:13 pm

Good post Rusty,

These were and are still some of the hottest women in Hollywood. And in my opinion, they have the exact body type that you promote – slim, sexy, feminine, and non-bulky.

-Keith

Lana February 7, 2012 at 9:47 am

I completely agree. Muscle weighs more than fat tissue so there is no way someone as lean as Jessica Biel weighs less than Kate Beckensaile who is the same height as her. Kate Beckinsale lost 10 pounds for the Underworld Role and is very slim. Jessica Biel has more muscle and curves. She has to be at least 115-120

runner to boot February 17, 2012 at 4:31 pm

You listed your reason, aside from curiosity, about posting this list because you wanted to know if these sizes were attainable by “real women” and then came to the conclusion that they are… Well, first I would ascertain that you must have some issues yourself because really would you attempt to impose Hollywood standards on the women you know? If so, shame on you. If you bother to look at the BMI, with few exceptions these women are considered underweight, Not fit and healthy, UNDERWEIGHT. There are a lot of health implications that go along with having a BMI of 16, not to mention the psychological impact it takes on most people to get there. So is it attainable by “real women?” Not so much, not healthily, anyway. It’s okay to be thin, certainly, it is not okay to strive to be or encourage people to be underweight.

Harry March 20, 2012 at 10:27 am

@runner to boot,

Extremely arrogant comment. Why do you start with assumption that author is trying to impose standards on someone?
All he says is that he has friends who are around same weight. It’s his personal experience. I have the same experience. Does he say that his friends SHOULD be this or that? No. It’s just you ”imposing” your interpretation.

Do ”YOU bother to look” what BMI is and how it was made? It is decent tool for POPULATION studies, not individuals. Do you realize that BMI tells almost nothing about human lean mass like organs, muscles, brain etc ? Do you realize that there is fat people with perfect BMI and dangerously little lean mass? Do you realize how big difference body frame can make? Do you realize people with long legs can have lower BMI yet be healthy?

Author also admits that there is not enough info and data might be wrong, about some of the women. Yet you’re the one who mixes up the info.
”..with few exceptions these women are considered underweight…” – WRONG. 6 out of 10 women in this list has perfectly healthy weight according to the provided data. ! One more is mildly underweight.
Also most of these measurements, if true at all, are most likely made in time when these actresses has lower water weight.(for example after hard workout and/or sauna). Pro athletes do it all the time, and they can cut up to 15 lbs or even 20 lbs of water weight for weight-ins. Next day they are back at their normal weight. Before you start screaming that it’s unhealthy too, yes it’s not healthy to stay that way forever. However for short period it’s not dangerous and it happens with everyone in smaller degree after workout or hot weather anyway.
At last, author clearly states that it ”isn’t completely unrealistic to be the same size as SOME of these women.”. Notice he even didn’t say most, although 6 of them are perfectly healthy, but ”some”. Read around more in his site. Rusty is very friendly with all his visitors including women. He for example wrote post that women naturally can’t get extremely low fat level, so instead should embrace feminine look that little extra fat gives.
I am against preaching anorexia as norm and so does(eagerly) most of the society. However it’s the obesity that affects 400 million adults according to World Health Organization, not anorexia. Over 33% of US population are obese, and this doesn’t include overweight people.
You are so afraid of what will happen when someone learns that some actress is 5 pounds too light while one third of Americans and many other western nations is at least 80 lbs too heavy?
“shame on YOU”

Emma March 26, 2012 at 11:58 am

Based upon this data, Adriana Lima would have a BMI of 16.1, and Jessica Biel a BMI of 16.4. Would you say this is a reasonable BMI to aim for while striving to be in “peak” condition? Obviously I’ve heard the “really it’s not about the numbers” but lets be real here. Someone with a 17.6 BMI will not look as slim as someone with a 16 BMI.

Melissa June 6, 2012 at 6:49 am

The weight of these women is beyond scary! Based on the heights, they would all be walking skeletons with no muscle and no body fat whatsoever. I have a 42 year old friend that is 5′ & 90 lbs, and she is skin and bones with no curves whatsoever. Another 42 year old friend is 5’3″ with a killer body and weighs about 125 lbs. I’m 42 and a current “fatty” at 5’2″ but I have been in great shape in the past, muscular and athletic with low body fat, and I weighed 140 lbs. I wore a size 4/6 and weighed 140 lbs!!!

Most of these women are average to tall, have curves and some muscle mass so I find all these weights impossible to believe. Likely the shorter ones are between 110-125 lbs and the taller ones between 125-140 lbs. For the average women these weights would be difficult to achieve and maintain unless one was 22 years old! But at least it is possible. The other bogus weights are just ridiculous and make even slender, in-shape women feel like beached whales.

I wish celebrities would reveal their real weights/heights to help alleviate the insane idea that women are suppose to weigh the same as 10 year old girls…

Jalissa June 15, 2012 at 8:48 am

Ok, at some point people just have to realize you can’t get out of this world alive, and people will remember you based on you words and actions. If someone wants to be supper skinny, who cares? If someone wants to be fat? who cares? Don’t look at them – just gauge youer eyes out since you are the one with the problem. Kids are fat because: parents are forced to work crazy long hours and leave the kids to find quick yet unhealthy food to eat; activities are being cut from the schools; kids spend the entire day in front of the computer or TV; some parents can’t afford to pay for sports activities; the economy is messed up, pick any reason and it’s all the same..sad. I have a pretty decent job, and to buy fresh fruits, salads, meats to cook at home and bring to lunch is pretty expensive; I could not imagine if I had other mouths to feed. It’s the same with politics or religion, people can try and push their values on you, but you don’t have to fold. If the kids are being taught to live up to a negative image…be a parent and RAISE then to have a healthy self esteem. There is no such thing perfect. think about it, how could we as imperfect, sinners have any idea what perfection is? If perfect existed, we’d live for ever, there’d be no war, we wouldn’t be living in hell; and the world would most def not be going to hell in hand bag. If the only thing someone has to say about you at your funeral is how perfect/not perfect your body was, you have lived a sad and empty life/surrounded yourself by toxic people. Do I think obesity, anorexia and bulemia are bad? Yes! But just like being overweight raises medical costs, so does everything else! Get over it move one and find something else to do.

Sorry for being such a biotch, but I hate for people to point out how everything is wrong with the world, yet proceed to go home, lock their doors at night; wake up the next day and rant again.

And before you ask/ make a comment, I do help out my community through Habitat for Humanity!

Shana June 15, 2012 at 11:07 am

I don’t know why so many people are saying these weights are unattainable. I was 5’8 and size 4 up until my 30’s with no diet or exercise. The only reason I’m a couple of sizes bigger now is because I put on a little weight with my pregnancy of twins, but still don’t look like I’ve ever been pregnant. Also, I don’t know people mean by not being attainable for ‘real’ women…are these actresses not human? I will add that considering these women are on the tall side and do have muscle the weight numbers do seem a bit low. I have an athletic build and I’m 5’8 and at size 2 to 4 which is extremely thin I weight at least 135 lbs. But, I guess everyone is different.

Sarah June 20, 2012 at 12:27 pm

I think you’ve got the WRONG WEIGHTS for several of these women. Jessica Biel is normal weight and is my height of 5’8″. I’d guess she weighs about 125 to 130 which is THIN for 5’8″. If she weighe 108 pounds at 5’8″ she’d look like a walking skeleton. Check your numbers. They are wrong.

Rahsheemah June 27, 2012 at 6:04 am

Keep up the good work ladies!All of yall look fabulous and your height and weight is porportionate and thats hard to keep your body in perfect shape like that.

corina June 29, 2012 at 9:39 am

I am 14 and i weigh 54 and 1.70 i am not happy with my weight.

[email protected] July 18, 2012 at 10:29 pm

I agree with Shana and Melissa. For a thin girl at 5’8 you have to weigh at least 125-135. You’d be model thin and sickly looking.

I wonder what’s wrong with a man guessing women’s weights??? If they look good who cares?! By putting numbers that can even be close to real you are sending the wrong message to women and revealing a deep insecurity in yourself.

Very sad because Kate has suffered from anorexia and is supposedly cured. Right now it’s not physically possible for her to weigh what you say.

Worry about what YOU weigh and leave others alone.

SJ July 19, 2012 at 4:58 am

i can’t believed how misinformed some of these comments are, that you have to be of a certain bmi to be “healthy”.
most of the people in the “healthy” range are certainly not healthy.
and i wouldn’t believe half of what the guidelines say.

i’m 5’4 and when i’m not stressed i can be eating triple the recommended requirements for me and weigh 42 kg max. my body just puts the fat in the curves strictly; even i was surprised at my weight, and I wasn’t a skeleton at that time; cup c min and hip:waist 0.7 whaddya say to that?

tia July 21, 2012 at 11:36 am

I’m 14 at the height of 5’1 and am 42 pounds. People shouldn’t be so obsessed about weight. Yes, make it a point to stay healthy and live a long full life, but when it comes to people contradicting you, stand up. My weight is horrible because I’ve had an eating disorder from the time i was 7. this guy doesn’t seem like a bad person, in fact he probably isn’t, don’t hate when you no nothing about someone. Society is what makes us unequal and we should strive for change.

YanaD August 25, 2012 at 8:29 am

I’m sorry but for the people that think some of those weights are anorexic I weigh the same as many of those women. I am 5’8″ and weigh 115lbs. Well now I do. I used to be 109 and I’ve been struggling to gain weight for years. The only way for me to put on weight is by packing on as much muscle as possible, which still doesn’t look like much. As soon as I stop exercising though, the weight comes back off. So not every woman who is thin is anorexic or trying to be thin, and it gives us string beans a little hope that just maybe we don’t look like walking skeletons.

YanaD August 25, 2012 at 8:34 am

Oh and as a note I probably eat more junk food than the law allows. Usually it’s people who aren’t satisfied with their own bodies that comment on my being “underweight”.

PERFECTION August 29, 2012 at 5:22 am

TatianaWong’s meassures:
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 57 Kg

sammi September 20, 2012 at 12:14 pm

Jessica Alba you are the most realistic and most healthy girl on this list, and your are stunning!

lmm September 20, 2012 at 12:25 pm

Yeah, I’d say some of these weights are under. I have a 15 year old student who is 5’3″ and told me yesterday she just hit 105 pounds – it’s hard for her to gain weight. And she is a wraith. No hips, tiny bust, no body fat. My niece is 5’4″ and was treated for anorexia when she weighed 102-105 pounds. While body type and muscle mass certainly play a role, women who are 5’7″-5’9″ can’t weigh less than 120 pounds without looking very, very slim.

SheL September 26, 2012 at 4:43 am

Yes, Jessica Biel’s weight is definitely off. I am 5’9″ and built like a model and have weighed as low as 104 lbs(much too skinny), so I can tell you she is not 108. Probably about 125-130 range. But whatever, just pointing that out.

I am 28, a mother of 2 kids (ages 4 and 7 months) and was a size 2 before kids, and am a size 2 AFTER having children. Each pregnancy I gained 50 lbs and had 8 lb. babies….by eating 1,800 calories a day, I was able to lose all 50 lbs. in 4 months.

These weights may be unrealistic for most people, but some people are naturally slim. I weigh about 125 right now and I look really thin. This is the high end of weight for me, normally I am 120 lbs. And honestly, I don’t have to work for it. I have no health issues that make me waste away (no eating disorder or other chronic illness).

This is why only a small share of people are models. I acknowledge that my BMI is considered on the low end, but my husband is 6’3″ and has a football player build and his BMI shows him at obese (he is not obese)! So, let’s not even consider BMI and remember that everyone has different physical builds. These weights ARE attainable, they are more likely within a norm weight for these women.

lady October 9, 2012 at 8:33 am

Actually, a few of this dates are WRONG.
Megan Fox said herself she’s 5’4″ and 102 lbs at her skinniest.

And Eva Longoria is 5’0.5″ you can check on Celebheights.com

Melissa October 23, 2012 at 8:36 am

Hi 🙂
My name is Mel I am 159cm and weigh 57 kg my measurements are 36 28 36 I work out 5 days a week with 6.5 hours (for the week) cardio and weights 5 times a week and hard intense cardio plus incline walking where I sweat alot … I eat well but I am hungry alot . … I am 33, how can I drop weight if this Isn’t working , in that cardio I do kickboxing classes an step … Would really appreciate your help rusty 🙂

kitt October 24, 2012 at 8:53 pm

Glad you put Eva Longoria on the list!

For me she is the closest person I can relate to on body image.

I’m 5’5 and weigh 115, but have a small frame, small bones, and am a size 2…blaaah blaah

My point is some people just have a metabolism that prevents them from gaining weight..and some have the opposite. Am super sensitive to people who have the gaining weight issue, and don’t believe it’s all about calories in and calories burned.

Some people just don’t gain weight, and some people are not ‘eaters’. I love how Eva Longaria has maintained a super sexy petite figure for her frame. Curvy and perfect without looking gaunt.

Would love to look that curvy. I tend to get the bony gaunt look which is NOT attractive as one gets older.

So ladies with curves who think they need to loose weight. Enjoy your body just as it is. Look at Queen Latifah. She rocks, and she’s no skinny minny!

Too much emphasis on weight and the number on the tag on clothing. Forget about it. That’s vanity.

We are all sucked in by it. When I try on a size 0, I think ‘oh, cool’…But it’s all marketing and meaningless. Buy what fits and looks flattering.

Whatever…Eva Longoria gets my vote!

Vicky October 25, 2012 at 9:58 am

Megan Fox has stated on talk shows that she is 5’4.”

Cara November 12, 2012 at 8:42 am

Well I am a size US 2 im 174 cm and I weigh 64kg my sister is a size 0 and had anorexia as a child 172cm and 57.5kg – her lowest weight (on a drip was 53kg and she was seriously ill)!!

Mena November 24, 2012 at 8:25 pm

No way are you a size 2.

I’m 102 lbs at 5’7″ and wear a size 0.

Sienna January 9, 2013 at 7:36 am

I’m 171cm and about 48kg… Wouldn’t you feel happy too with this height&weight? I do.

fiona February 25, 2013 at 5:06 am

Hi! My name is Fiona. I’m 15, 163cm and 63kg. I need to lose 17kilos of weight within 13 months. Could you guys suggest what kind of exercise that i should perform to reach my goal?

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Amanda May 19, 2013 at 3:47 am

I am 15 and I am 176cm and growing! And I am from Asia and without wearing heels, I may be the tallest girl in the mall. But if I wear heels, I will 100% be the tallest girl and I wonder should I wear heels? Oh and I weight in at 60kgs plus or minus.

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Maddison July 2, 2013 at 2:25 am

They can’t weigh 47-53kg that can’t be right, I’m 67 kg and I’m 13 years old, and no I’m not fat, I’m thin so I don’t think this can possibly be accurate

Betty July 2, 2013 at 2:30 am

I agree, maddison that can’t possibly be right, I’m thin to and I’m 12 and way 69kg

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david September 9, 2013 at 5:26 pm

I’m not convinced with the accuracy of this list, I think Jessica Biel and Gabrielle Union are heavier than listed since they appear to be more muscular than the other. While Megan fox, kate beckinsale and a few others probably weigh less than that (there’s no way union and biel weigh less than them).

yana October 5, 2013 at 6:27 pm

when I was a teen people would always comment on my thinness. I am 5.4 and then 25 years ago I weighted 115 lb. If I had a height of 5.7and the same weight of 115 lb. people would stare at me thinking that I was terminally ill. But that was then. My daughter now is all grown up and weighs 120lb with 5.7 height. Now everyone thinks she is perfect,but when I see her few times a year (she lives across country) I always think how thin she is.
I cant imagine that someone can be possibly considered beatifull at numbers shown above. Camera adds many pounds.
In My 40s I weigh 137lb, sometimes climbing to 142. I workout, watch what I eat, and no one thinks I am overweight. Its a sad world we live in where we are told what to weigh in order for us to spend money on diets, trainers, and beauty products. We are all different, but we are told that its not ok to look how we look, and profit from people who listen.

nokwanda December 25, 2014 at 4:37 am

I’m 156cm and I weigh 60kg at my heaviest 50 kg on average and 45kg at my lowest.What is my point , Simple some of us can be skinny and others can’t .

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kathryn January 26, 2015 at 3:01 am

I think theses women are beautiful…..some women are hot when they’re thinner, some are hot when they are curvier…..weight doesn’t matter, confidence does. I’m 5’7 & weight almost 105…. (At 33yrs) I get told to eat etc…..but I do eat. Maybe before people get offeneded by people’s good news, they should congratulate this achievement. Funny we women get picked on when we’re think, thin, short, tall? Doesn’t matter what people say…..if you feel confident, that’s all that matters

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