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Melissa McCarthy Weight Loss 2017: 'Ghostbusters' Actress Shares Moment She Feels The Sexiest After Dropping Over 75 Pounds

Update Date: Feb 11, 2017 07:40 AM EST

Melissa McCarthy is reminding everyone that it is absolutely amazing to finally achieve a healthier version of yourself. The "Ghostbusters" actress may still have a long way to go, but she is definitely proud to show off her hardwork. In a recent event, Melissa McCarthy weight loss was evident in her tight ensemble that shows off her new body transformation.

When it comes to #BodyGoals, Melissa McCarthy was probably not included on the list. However, the 46-year-old actress, writer and fashion designer is trying to turn that around with Melissa McCarthy weight loss. With a new mindset about health, the "Ghostbusters" actress slowly but surely shed off the pounds and she has never looked better and happier.

Melissa McCarthy attended the People's Choice Awards and she was more than happy to flaunt her impressive weight loss in the Jan. 19 event. The actress is previously known for wearing oversized clothes, but with Melissa McCarthy weight loss, she is now choosing outfits that would show off her curves and slimmed down body.

It has been previously reported that Melissa McCarthy has lost over 75 pounds, but her recent outing suggests that the "Gilmore Girls" reboot star may have lost a couple more pounds. The previous report revealed that Melissa McCarthy weight loss is a result of an intense workout routine called high-intensity interval-training or HIIT. On top of that, the actress also started to switch to a healthier lifestyle.

The "Ghostbusters" actress shared to Life & Style that Melissa McCarthy weight loss happened after she stopped worrying about how to lose the weight. The "Gilmore Girls" reboot star then revealed to People magazine the moments when she feels her sexiest. "I feel sexiest when I feel comfortable," Melissa McCarthy noted. "When I feel most myself, when I'm not trying to be anything other than who I am."

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