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  1. PERFECTION
    August 29, 2012

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

  2. sammi
    September 20, 2012

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

  3. lmm
    September 20, 2012

    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.

  4. SheL
    September 26, 2012

    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.

  5. lady
    October 9, 2012

    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

  6. Melissa
    October 23, 2012

    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 :)

  7. kitt
    October 24, 2012

    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!

  8. Vicky
    October 25, 2012

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

  9. Cara
    November 12, 2012

    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)!!

  10. Mena
    November 24, 2012

    No way are you a size 2.

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

  11. Sienna
    January 9, 2013

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

  12. fiona
    February 25, 2013

    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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  14. Amanda
    May 19, 2013

    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.

  15. Earle
    June 10, 2013

    According to the World Health Organization, “The health risks associated with increasing BMI are continuous’the increasing prevalence of overweight and obesity is associated with many diet-related chronic diseases including diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, stroke, hypertension and certain cancers. ”
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  16. Maddison
    July 2, 2013

    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

  17. Betty
    July 2, 2013

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

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  19. david
    September 9, 2013

    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).

  20. yana
    October 5, 2013

    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.

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