The organization fired staff and shuttered its helpline — and users were disturbed by the chatbot advice that replaced it.
"I lay in bed thinking to myself, with an ache in my heart, What if my dad had been his full self and saw me at that size?" she wrote of Bruce Willis' dementia diagnosis.
"I shrunk back into my body. They couldn’t believe my parents would do that to me. They couldn’t believe I was that bad."
The lifestyle mogul made history as the oldest woman to grace the cover of the Swimsuit Issue. But her remarks about beauty are troubling.
The conversation and widespread use of Ozempic for weight loss speaks to a larger cultural fear of fat, experts say.
The four-time Grammy winner tells Rolling Stone that getting compared to Shawn Mendes and other male stars took a toll on his self-confidence.
"Put a smoothie or an unfamiliar brand of mac 'n' cheese in front of her, and she trembles with fear."
The screen legend and storied activist said bulimia ravaged her life, and that even once she hit her 40s, she thought: "If I keep on like this, I'm going to die."
The “Donny & Marie” star said she “got down to like 92 pounds” after the brutal reprimand.
"For as long as I could remember, people told me I would look and feel better if I lost weight. ... By the time I was 10, I ritually put myself on weird diets."