Check out these before-and-after photos of stars who've lost dramatic amounts of weight over the years, starting with Kevin Smith. The "Clerks" filmmaker and star, seen here in 2008, endured an embarrassing incident in 2010 where he was kicked off of a Southwest Airlines flight for being too large to fit into a seat. But Kevin — who turns 50 on Aug. 2, 2020 — did something about it. Keep reading to see his transformation, as well as dozens more celebrity slim-downs…
By June 2015, Kevin Smith had lost 85 pounds! The actor-director-producer had begun to lose weight following the aforementioned airline incident, but he said the 2014 documentary "Fed Up" was a huge-wake up call for him to live a healthier lifestyle. "Awesome documentary, an anti-sugar documentary that completely changed my perception," he told Men's Health, adding that he grew up paying no mind to his diet. "So then I watch this documentary last year, and I was, like, 'Oh, man, um, I really don't wanna die' — and I'm already 44 years old." In February 2018, Kevin — who'd let some of the weight creep back on — had a major heart attack that almost killed him. His doctor ordered him to lose 50 pounds, and four weeks later, he was already down 26 pounds, he proudly announced on Twitter. He's since lost even more, as seen here in January 2019.
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For years, former "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter's weight has fluctuated. However, after changing medications and adopting a healthier lifestyle, the young actress, seen here in 2016, underwent a major transformation…
In April 2019, Ariel Winter, who has always been candid about body image, took to Instagram to discuss the reason behind her recent weight loss. "For years I had been on anti-depressants that caused me to gain weight that I couldn't lose no matter what I did. It was always frustrating for me because I wanted to get fit and feel like the work I was doing was paying off, but it never felt that way," she began. She went on to explain how a change in medication improved her metabolism and made her drop the weight. "While I feel better mentally with the change, it's nice to work out and have your body actually respond. I want to gain a few pounds of muscle and get healthier," she added. The actress also revealed that in addition to working out, she'd also cut back on "eating a ton of cheese, bread and greasy food," which helped her feel "more energized and healthier." She's seen here at an event in Las Vegas the same month.
"America's Got Talent" judge Simon Cowell — seen here in 2018 — revealed in May 2019 that he'd undergone a lifestyle overhaul that included switching to a vegan diet following a bad fall in 2017. He told "Extra" that as a result, he'd lost 20 pounds and was feeling "much better" overall. He looks much better too! Then, in May 2020, he revealed he'd lost even more weight — 60 pounds in total!
Simon Cowell's initial 20-pound weight loss since going vegan was evident when he hit the red carpet at the "America's Got Talent" Season 14 live show in Hollywood on Aug. 13, 2019. Simon explained to the Sun that in addition to cutting out meat, dairy and other animal products in his quest to become vegan, he also gave up wheat and sugar, as well as melon after learning he's allergic. The toughest part of being vegan? Giving up traditional pizza. "That's been really, really hard," Simon told "Extra," adding that he's so committed to his new lifestyle, he doesn't even allow himself a "cheat day." As the months went on, he slimmed down even more — keep reading to see…
During a chat with "Extra" in May 2020, Simon Cowell revealed he'd lost even more weight. "I think I have dropped, since I started this diet a year ago, 60 pounds," he said. The British music mogul also shared that he wasn't finding it hard to stick to a healthy diet and lifestyle while quarantining with girlfriend Lauren Silverman and their son, Eric, during the coronavirus pandemic. "I'm doing a bit of cooking," he said. "I'm exercising. Funny enough, more during this time as well, sticking to the diet. The only difficult thing is when Eric orders a pizza… That's the No. 1 thing I miss."
Kelly Clarkson's weight-loss journey has been a roller coaster. The mother of two, seen here in 2015, opened up about her experience in June 2018, telling the "Today" show that she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and a thyroid problem in 2006. In recent years, she read "The Plant Paradox," a book she said changed her entire eating regimen — and her figure! "It worked wonderfully for me. It's, like, 37 pounds [lost], like, that's a side effect," she said. "Here's the best part, y'all. It's not even the weight. I mean, I know the industry loves the weight gone, but for me it wasn't really the weight. For me, it was [that] I'm not on my medicine anymore. My blood work came back and I haven't been on my medicine since, like, February ." Next up, see her slimmed-down look…
Kelly Clarkson showed off a slimmer figure when she performed on the "Today" show in June 2018, where she explained that she's still eating the food she loves. "Honestly, it's the same stuff you eat, I just use different ingredients," she said. "I still have, like, cake. Like, literally, I still have everything the same as I did, even, like, fried chicken, but I use, like, casoid flour, tapioca or almond flour. And I use, like, non-hormone chicken." And in 2019, Kelly seemed to be shedding even more weight. The star debuted an even slimmer frame ahead of hosting the Billboard Music Awards in May 2019 (pictured).
"Remember The Titans" actor Ethan Suplee — seen here in 2000 — has spent years slimming down and documenting all of his hard work in the gym on social media. Keep reading to see the results of Ethan's years-long slim-down…
Over the years Ethan Suplee has lost a whopping 200 pounds! He's said he got obsessively into bike riding and then slimmed down so much that he started missing out on work. From there, he found the gym. He explained his process in a 2017 interview with Entertainment Weekly, saying, "I'm not going to kill myself to be thin when nobody knows me as a thin person, and I do think it is affecting the kind of jobs I'm getting. And so I just kind of relaxed on my diet." He's seen here in late 2019.
In November 2015, Shonda Rhimes (seen here in 2011) opened up about how she lost 127 pounds that year. The impetus for the change? She couldn't get the airplane seatbelt around her waist. But she continued to slim down…
"I work really hard in every other area of my life. Why wouldn't I throw myself into being healthy and losing weight?" Shonda Rhimes told ABC News in 2015, explaining that she treated her weight loss like a job. The ABC powerhouse decided she also wanted to lose weight for her children. "I have a 3 year old and a 13 year old and a 2 year old and I wanted to be around for them, be healthy," Shonda said. It looks like she's still doing a great job: She looked super-slim on the red carpet in March 2018.
While he's been rocking a slimmer figure for years now, earlier in his career, Jimmy Kimmel was unaware of how his eating habits were impacting his overall health. In 2010, when Dr. Oz appeared on his eponymous talk show, Jimmy was called out for his eating and exercise habits. "For years I had no idea what I weighed. I finally bought a scale in 2010. I think I ordered it because I'd read on a gadget website that it had WiFi. I weighed 208," Jimmy told Men's Journal in 2015. "When you see that number, it makes you look at yourself differently."
Intermittent fasting helped Jimmy Kimmel slim down and maintain a healthy weight — specifically a method known as the 5:2 diet. "On Monday and Thursday, I eat fewer than 500 calories a day, then I eat like a pig for the other five days," he explained to Men's Journal in 2015 around the time this photo was snapped. "You 'surprise' the body, keep it guessing." According to the late night host, "It sounds hard, but you get used to it and learn you can get through it. It's helped me stay at 182 pounds. And it's made me appreciate the food that I do eat."
This photo of Christina Aguilera was taken at the 2012 American Music Awards. Do you think you'd recognize her looking about 20 pounds lighter at the same show a year later? Keep reading to find out.
Holy smokes! Christina Aguilera debuted a much slimmer figure at the 2013 American Music Awards.
After winning a plethora of Grammys in February 2015, Sam Smith decided to radically transform their look…
In just two weeks, "Stay With Me" singer Sam Smith dropped 14 pounds thanks to nutritional therapist Amelia Freer and her book "Eat. Nourish. Glow." Sam chronicled their transformation on Instagram and continued to keep the weight off — just look at them at the 2018 Grammy Awards!
Former "The View" host Sherri Shepherd shed more than 25 pounds between March and November 2018. See her transformation…
Sherri Shepherd showed of her dramatic weight loss in this Instagram selfie she posted on Nov. 30, 2018. "Getting it in!!! Over 260 days #sugarfree … can't begin to describe how @amazing I feel," she captioned the pic. "Energy, clarity of thought and mind. Focused … patient w my son. Hearing from God a lot more clearly. Present. I've done this slowly and steadily and since March I've come down over 25lbs. This is not a fad- it's my life that is at stake. – It feels so good to feel #good." Sherri — who hit a red carpet looking slimmed down just a few weeks later (seen here) — also revealed that she'd been following a ketogenic diet and tagged her mentor, who's helped her do it the "safe and healthy way," she added.
In 2011, Ricky Gervais, the co-creator and star of the British series "The Office," underwent a major body transformation. By exercising daily, the comedian (seen here in 2009) was able to lose 22 pounds without making any changes to his diet.
For years, Ricky Gervais has kept a slim figure. The comedian, however, has since admitted that keeping the weight off hasn't always been easy. "I didn't want to give up any food or drink, so I worked out," he said on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" in 2020. Ricky, who was 58 at the time of the interview, went on to reveal that he believes his age is making it difficult to keep up with exercising. "Because I'm old and weak, I can't work out enough to burn off the calories I take in at night."
Celebrated actress Kathy Bates changed her lifestyle and lost 60 pounds, she revealed in 2019. See her slimmed-down look next…
Kathy Bates looked like a different woman in 2019. She told Us Weekly she lost the weight by avoiding junk food and soda and by listening to her body. "My niece told me this little secret, I guess it's no secret, it's a biological thing, that at some point when you're eating, you have this involuntary sigh and that's really your brain and your stomach communicating that you've had enough," she said. "The trick is to pay attention to that and push your plate away." The transformation took "a few years," she said, adding, "I feel like a completely different person. I can move, I can walk. I just wish I had done it years ago."
Seen here in 2015, Jonah Hill bulked up for his role in "War Dogs." A few years later, he revealed a significant slimdown…
Jonah Hill looked slim and trim at the WSJ. Magazine 2018 Innovator Awards in November 2018. A few months later, he took to social media to revealed that he was transforming his body with martial arts. "I started Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 2 months ago and try and train 4 or 5 times a week," he wrote. Initially, Jonah was hesitant to do it, citing bad memories from high school. "At 35, I try and get over the stuff that made me feel weak and insecure as a teenager. It's just wasted time and lessons you'll never learn. Trying to let go of that."
Comedy star Melissa McCarthy lost a whopping 75 pounds between August 2014 and September 2018. See her transformation next…
Melissa McCarthy showed off her slimmed-down figure while at the Toronto Film Festival in September 2018. The actress started an inclusive fashion line called Seven7. "I have experience dressing me as a 6, a 12 and more," she has said. "And when you go above a size 12, you don't lose your love of fashion."
John Goodman told David Letterman in 2010 that at his heaviest, he was "pushing 400" pounds. As the public has seen over the years, the actor fluctuates. "I'd lose 60 pounds every spring, and then I got too fond of the barley corn and I'd just start missing it too much," he said. "And then it would just screw everything up. I'd gain it all back and then some every year." Keep reading to see what he looks like now.
Fortunately, a knee surgery in 2014 caused by years of unhealthy living and weight gain forced John Goodman to get on the right path. The actor showed off his much thinner frame at the Golden Globes in January 2018. Just like everything else, a fit life is hard work. "It's going to be an ongoing process for the rest of my life," John has said.
Oprah Winfrey (seen here in December 2015) has struggled with her weight for years and publicly started doing Weight Watchers in late 2015 — she also purchased a stake in the company — which helped her shed pounds well into 2016 and 2017. Keep reading to see her new physique!
In 2012, fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld called Adele "a little too fat." The following year, he said the Grammy winner was "roundish." Fans were appalled, but the singer claimed she was never affected by fat-shaming. "I've never seen magazine covers or music videos and been like, 'I need to look like that to be a success,'" she said a few years ago. "I don't want to be some skinny mini with my t— out. I really don't want to do it and I don't want people confusing what it is that I'm about." But she did make some personal changes: Keep reading to see her transformation in 2015 — plus what she looks like in 2020…
At the same time Adele dropped her first new single in three years in 2015, "Hello," the singer revealed she'd dropped a few pounds as well. Although she never shared how much weight she lost, the results were apparent. The Grammy winner reportedly adhered to a strict vegetarian diet and went on daily runs — she also hit the gym to prep for her world tour! In late 2019 and early 2020, new photos of the singer — including some she posted on Instagram herself — revealed she'd lost even more weight: reportedly 100 pounds!
We first met June Shannon, best known as Mama June, back in 2012 when her daughter Alana Thompson — aka Honey Boo Boo — appeared on TLC's "Toddlers and Tiaras." Her outrageous behavior landed the family a spin-off, "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," which ran from 2012 until 2014. Since the show ended, June — who's said she once got up to 460 pounds — has been dedicated to slimming down. In 2017, she debuted her massive weight loss on her WE tv show, "Mama June: From Hot to Not," and she's kept the weight off!
June Shannon lost 300 pounds! The star underwent gastric sleeve surgery, started exercising and completely overhauled her diet. She also went through various plastic surgeries to remove more than 9 pounds of extra skin under her arms and neck and on her stomach. The reality star proudly showed off her slim physique while stopping by "Extra" in January 2018.
Back in 2012, Khloe Kardashian was struggling to stay in shape. "Looking back at pictures of myself I didn't realize at the time how unhealthy my lifestyle actually was," she explained on Instagram after she underwent a major diet and exercise overhaul…
Khloe Kardashian's weight-loss journey began in 2013. In 2016, she revealed she'd lost about 40 pounds in three years. The reality star has said that her motivation came as a result of her painful divorce from Lamar Odom and her growing desire to get her health and happiness in order, which is exactly what she did. During the last trimester of her pregnancy in 2018, Khloe confessed she couldn't wait to get back to the gym after her daughter arrived. "BEAST MODE is dying to return!! I know it won't be easy but I'm excited for the challenge," she tweeted.
"This Is Us" star Chris Sullivan is seen here in 2012. It's not known how much he weighed at the time, but he sure doesn't look like this anymore.
Chris Sullivan looked quite fit while attending the Critics' Choice Awards in January 2018. For his role as an overweight character on "This Is Us," Chris actually wears a fat suit.
Gabourey Sidibe (seen here in 2015) has made it clear she loves herself no matter what anyone else thinks. But in recent years, she decided to slim down — on her own terms.
Gabourey Sidibe showed off a much slimmer physique at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards in March 2018.
When Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was on MTV's "Jersey Shore" back in 2009, she was more worried about partying than her weight. But that has since changed!
Even after having two kids, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has really slimmed down post-"Jersey Shore." The reality star credits multiple workouts a week and staying away from carbs for her slim figure, seen here in March 2018.
Ed Sheeran is seen here winning a Grammy for best pop solo performance for "Thinking Out Loud" in February 2016. He's lost a lot of weight since then.
Ed Sheeran went shirtless in his 2017 "Shape of You" video after losing 50 pounds. How'd he do it? The singer-songwriter said he exercised and cut beer from his diet. And he's keeping it up! In February 2017 at the BRIT Awards, he looked just as fit.
Comedian Leslie Jones, seen here in 2012 during a stand-up performance, was told by a doctor in 2015 to lose 40 pounds.
Leslie Jones, seen here in September 2017, dropped 40 pounds by working out and running around the set of "Ghostbusters" with her heavy ghost-busting pack. She also eliminated soda and juice from her diet.
Tyler Perry (seen here in 2010) decided to take his health into his own hands and work at slimming down in 2015. The Hollywood heavyweight said that his mother was the reason he decided to take better care of himself so he set a goal weight, and by November 2015, he was well on his way.
In November 2015, Tyler Perry shared a shirtless snap on a tranquil beach, which featured his impressive abs. "I'm 18 lbs away from my goal. I hope I don't blow it this holiday season. Gonna try to stay on it. It's hard as heck to lose weight after 40, but it's so worth it," Tyler shared. He's stayed slim ever since, as seen here at a movie premiere in March 2018.
Kirstie Alley, seen here in 2013, has been known to yo-yo with her weight over the years. But she debuted a svelte frame in 2015 thanks to Jenny Craig. Keep reading to see her transformation…
Kirstie Alley revealed a 50-pound weight loss in January 2015 that she achieved on the Jenny Craig program. That weight loss stuck, as she looked just as slim on the set of "Extra" in January 2016.
Want to know the secret to "The Hangover" star Zach Galifianakis's weight loss in 2014? Keep reading to find out — and to see his slimmed-down bod.
In May 2013, Zach Galifianakis spoke about how he was starting to lose weight: "I stopped drinking and I just kind of put the weight off," he told Conan O'Brien. It definitely paid off, because years later, he's still looking great! Just check him out at the "A Wrinkle in Time" premiere in February 2018!
When Adrienne Bailon met her future husband, they bonded over food, which had them putting on some pounds. She was determined to lose a lot of that weight by the time her Paris nuptials rolled around.
Adrienne Bailon looked svelte on her wedding day on Nov. 11, 2016, after losing 22 pounds. Her husband, Israel Houghton, lost 25 pounds before their big day. "I love the way my clothes are fitting so much that I don't want to stop," she told People magazine. "I want this to become a lifestyle. I'm enjoying working out. I enjoy the way it makes me feel." She's kept the weight off. Adrienne looked svelte at the NAACP Image Awards in January 2018.
Although she often uses her size as fuel for jokes, Rebel Wilson has slowly been trimming down over the past few years. Here's what Rebel looked like at a party in New York City in May 2013. Keep reading to see her three years later…
Like many stars, Rebel Wilson has addressed her weight loss on social media. In April 2016, Rebel showed off the results of a recent slimdown on Instagram, thanking the Ranch luxury bootcamp in Malibu for helping her achieve her goal. "OMG just finished 4 fantastic days at #TheRanch4.0…so challenging but very rewarding!" she wrote. "Not to mention I lost 8 pounds from marathon hiking over the 4 days!" Rebel, seen here at a movie premiere in December 2017, has continued to work on her health. In January 2020, she revealed that "for me 2020 is going to be called 'The Year of Health'" and she was working hard to get to a goal weight of 165 pounds by the end of the year. All year long, she posted photos of her weight-loss progress on Instagram.
Do you want to know how former "How I Met Your Mother" star Jason Segel shed more than 30 pounds a few years back? Then keep clickin'!
In 2013, Jason Segel told Us Weekly: "I've just been living healthy, exercising, eating right — no more midnight pizzas." He's kept the weight off — just take a look at him in 2020!
Timothy Spall, seen here in 2014, has been tight-lipped about where he was at his heaviest. But he looks nothing like this now.
Timothy Spall was noticeably slimmer when he attended the 73rd Venice Film Festival on Sept. 7, 2016. He hasn't detailed the type of lifestyle changes that he made, but he did tell a news outlet that he cut down on alcohol.
When Jerry Ferrara joined the cast of "Entourage," he had a bulkier frame. By the time the movie adaptation of the HBO series hit theaters on June 3, 2015, he had lost 40 pounds.
So what motivated Jerry Ferrara's weight loss? He revealed that he was required to take a physical during Season 6 on "Entourage" and, though he passed the physical, his weight was surprising. At 5-foot-7, he weighed 200 pounds! He credits the right diet, discipline and hard work for his body transformation.
Drew Barrymore, seen here in December 2015, decided to spend 2016 getting her health in order — and the results are seriously impressive.
And viola! Drew Barrymore looked great in January 2017 after admitting she'd lost 20 pounds. She credited her show "Santa Clarita Diet" and character, Sheila, with helping her shed the pounds. "It came sort of a moment in my life where I had sort of let myself go due to personal circumstances, and I thought, 'I could come alive with Sheila,'" she told "Today." Drew followed nutritionist Kimberly Snyder's methods, she explained, "but I added some protein like fish and chicken since she's all vegetarian or vegan." It wasn't easy! "I still am dreaming and crying about pizza," the mother of two admitted.
"Popular" star Sara Rue, pictured during the opening night of Outfest in 2001, was Hollywood's go-to curvy girl of the late '90s and early aughts. But after she teamed up with Jenny Craig, she completely transformed herself. Keep reading to see what she looks like now…
Sara Rue showed off her slim figure on the red carpet at the premiere of "Bad Moms" in Los Angeles on July 26, 2016. The "Impastor" actress dropped four dress sizes and lost more than 50 pounds following a health and fitness overhaul that started in late 2009. "I'm always striving for better health and wellness," she told Wonderwall.com in early 2016. "I'm always reading new things. I'm always trying new things to reach optimal health — and not just optimal health but also optimal happiness. I find that they go hand-in-hand for me. Right now, I'm very happy with where I am, but am I ever just complacent and content? No. I'm always striving for better health."
Rob Kardashian was at his heaviest weight when he started seeing former fiancée Blac Chyna in early 2016. The former exotic dancer helped her man shed some major pounds!
Rob Kardashian showed off a slimmer physique in May 2016. Prior to getting back into shape, he was reportedly pushing 250 pounds.
Having a heart attack in 2012 pushed Rosie O'Donnell to lose weight and get healthy. Keep reading to see how she looks after losing 64 pounds between 2013 and 2015.
Rosie O'Donnell underwent gastric sleeve surgery in 2013 and lost 64 pounds. She told People: "It's still hard. You have to risk your life, and you're in severe discomfort for a couple of months, and it forces you to modify your behavior when you haven't been able to before."
In 2010, Jennifer Hudson debuted a much skinnier frame thanks to Weight Watchers after she agreed to be a spokesperson for the brand. She said: "It's a lifestyle change, not a diet." She dropped 80 pounds and kept it off, as seen here in 2014.
Miranda Lambert decided to get in shape before her 30th birthday! See her transformation next…
Ahead of her milestone birthday in 2013, Miranda Lambert debuted a frame that appeared to be about 20 pounds slimmer. She told E! News: "I thought, 'Well, you know, if I get a little healthier before I turn 30, maybe I can get ahead of the game.'" And the "House That Built Me" singer has not only kept it off, but has continued to tone up since.
Mo'Nique based a lot of her early comedy around her love for her fuller shape. However, when her health became an issue, she decided to shed a few pounds…
Mo'Nique revealed in March 2018 that she was under 200 pounds for the first time in her adult life thanks to exercise and healthy eating. The comedian shared the exciting news on Instagram, writing, "Hey my loves. UNDER 200lbs. WE CAN DO IT. BELIEVE YOU CAN. DON'T HAPPEN OVERNIGHT BUT IT HAPPENS. RAW FOOD IS THE TRUTH…"
Ricki Lake's weight has fluctuated a lot over the years, but what show helped her get down to a better size in 2011?
Ricki Lake credited her run on "Dancing With the Stars" with helping her lose another 20 pounds after she'd already started to work on her diet and exercise. You go, girl!
Celebrity chef Paula Deen was diagnosed with diabetes back in 2012 and ultimately decided to cut back on some of the bad things in her diet. However, it wasn't until a few years later that she radically changed her diet and lost 35 pounds!
By the spring of 2015, butter-loving Paula Deen had radically slimmed down. What's her secret? She cut out white foods like sugar, flour, pasta and rice. Talk about sacrifice!
Rapper Rick Ross lost 85 pounds in recent years. He's seen here in 2013.
After debuting his thinner body in 2014, Rick Ross told "Good Morning America" how he lost the weight. He said: "I wanted to cut back on some of the drinking I was doing and sleep a little more, you know, watch what I ate." Well, it worked! He showed off a still-slim physique at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
In the early 2000s, Al Roker's weight peaked at 340 pounds. The "Today" show host chose to undergo weight-loss surgery to help him slim down.
Today, Al Roker is slim and trim. He lost 150 pounds post-operation, maintained a high-protein, low-carb diet and kept the pounds off long-term. Al was so inspired by his weight-loss journey that he wrote a book about it, "Never Going Back."
Her weight fluctuated for years, then she had two kids with hubby Eric Johnson. But Jessica Simpson, seen here in 2012, was determined to get her body back.
Missy Elliott dropped a shocking 70 pounds back in 2002 — she's seen here in 2010 — but in recent years, she gotten in even better shape…
Missy Elliot first showed off her 30-pound weight loss in October 2014 when she tweeted: "This time I lost 30 eating healthy/work out to @ShaunTFitness T25 videos. I do the Insanity workout. Sweets/bread/ fried foods is my weakness. It's not easy but health comes 1st." Since then, she's kept the weight off. Here, she showed off her slimmed-down figure at the 2014 Soul Train Music Awards a month after her tweet.
In May 2018, Missy Elliott (seen here in 2019) took to Instagram to share she's kept off the weight and adopted new habits — cutting out bread, juice and soda has made her feel much healthier! "Proudly to say it's been 4 months I have only drank water no other juices or soda & I cut out bread & Lord knows that's been the hardest for me!😩." she wrote. "See I've NEVER been a water drinker but this have helped my skin🙌🏾 it really restore glow back & I don't feel sluggish🙌🏾NOW the other thing if I can only cut out JUNK FOOD🙅🏾😞s*** that's my weakness🤦🏾♀️#Facts But if I can give up those other things I'll fight that to! Maybe two cupcakes a month🤷🏾♀️🤣😩."
Jordin Sparks, seen here in 2008, lost quite a bit of weight after winning "American Idol."
Jordin Sparks debuted a 50-pound loss in 2014. Afterward, the singer — who welcomed her first child in 2018 — told "Today," "I go anywhere from, like, 155 to 161. So I'm right around there. That's where I am."
After Drew Carey dropped 80 pounds, he was able to go off of his diabetes medication! Find out how he did it next…
"The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey debuted a massive body transformation in 2010 — and he's kept the weight off. He told People that he cut out carbs completely and does a lot of cardio in the gym to help him along.
Kelly Osbourne, seen here in 2005, struggled with her weight before finally making a lifestyle change around 2009. Keep reading to see her transformation…
In 2012, Kelly Osbourne dropped around 70 pounds and has kept it off. Doesn't she look amazing here in June 2017?
Chaz Bono started out at 250 pounds before going on a weight-loss journey. Do you know how much he lost?
After losing more than 70 pounds, Chaz Bono talked about his weight loss on an episode of "The Doctors" in 2013. He said: "I just feel much more comfortable in my skin now."
Back in 2007, "Ugly Betty" actress America Ferrera told Glamour, "I feel like I'm a regular-size person — I'm a size 6 or 8, which is totally normal." But she went on to lose a bit of weight after that…
We're not sure exactly how many pounds America Ferrera shed, but she definitely looked tighter and more toned at the 2015 Oscars. And she's only gotten healthier since: In April 2017, she completed her second triathlon! It got her in great shape for her first pregnancy, which she announced in December 2017.
In January 2017, Janet Jackson gave birth to her first child, son Eissa Al Mana. In an effort to shed the baby weight, the famed performer and new mom began following a workout regimen…
Janet Jackson underwent a major weight loss transformation by late 2017, shedding 70 pounds! With the help of trainer Paulette Sybliss, the "All for You" singer began training just six weeks after she gave birth to her baby boy. "We had a very vigorous training schedule," said Paulette. "We were training a minimum of four times a week and the sessions were never less than 45 minutes, no more than an hour. Very intense, though. Very intense training."