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Melissa McCarthy' Weight Loss 2017: 'Ghostbusters' Actress Shows Off Tiny Waist After Dropping Over 75 Pounds

Update Date: Feb 07, 2017 11:30 AM EST

Melissa McCarthy is not one to shy away in showing off her amazing body transformation. The "Ghostbusters" actress has definitely levelled up her fashion game. While she used to just go with clothes that would fit her, Melissa McCarthy now chooses that ones that would compliment her new slimmer figure.

The 46-year-old actress, fashion designer, and producer may be one of the least expected actresses that fashion lovers would get their inspiration from. Now, the "Gilmore Girls" reboot star is looking extremely good and confident after dropping over 75 pounds, making her a fashion icon and motivation to those who are struggling with their weight.

Melissa McCarthy used to hide her bulges in huge and baggy clothes, but now the "Ghostbusters" actress is opting for outfits that would show off her tiny waist. Melissa McCarthy weight loss certainly didn't happen overnight, her impressive body transformation is a result of her dedication and hard work to achieve what she has now.

The "Gilmore Girls" reboot star may be aware that her previous weight was just too much for her body and age. Instead of leaving things as they were and just go on with her life, Melissa McCarthy chose to do something about her weight issues and turned to eating healthy and exercise that may have probably saved her life.

Melissa McCarthy did everything right while in the process of losing weight. The "Bridesmaids" actress hired a trainer after realizing that working out in the gym alone is not going to work out for her. Melissa McCarthy also credits her weight loss to not let herself starve like other diets, but she eats healthier option this time instead.

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