Actress Renee Zellweger in my career a lot of time to recover, lost weight and then recovering. It is hard to remember how many times she gained weight for his new paintings, and how many, since they reduced the weight. In an interview, she admitted that she has a special diet, thanks to which it reduces the weight quickly after the next shooting. So she does not just accept that it was difficult to gain weight, this is due to the fact that when she ate a lot, she constantly wanted to go to the gym or for a run and get rid of all the accumulated calories. All of these victims were exclusively due to filming in new projects, as Rene never allowed herself to use doubles or wear special pads for costumes to appear thicker on the screen. The lives of all his heroines she felt really, at heart, it allowed the actress so well get used to the role and bring it to the audience.
In 2001, she received an offer to play the main character in the film "Bridget Jones's Diary", for this role, Rene had to recover for 13 pounds, it was a real challenge for the actress since childhood accustomed to the sport.
In 2002, Rene brilliantly played in the musical "Chicago", where everyone can enjoy its beautiful and toned figure, enjoy its spectacular dancing and well-chosen costumes.
Further, by 2004 she had to gain weight again, in order to star in the sequel "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason».
In 2005, she starred in the movie "Cinderella Man," for this role again she was very thin in a short time, it was the ultimate test for the actress. Now she has returned a familiar face and said that more is not going to gain weight.
2011 Rene in great shape and delights fans with its beauty.
During his regular experiments with weight loss and weight gain, they acquired their fans lush forms that believe that because it seems nicer and looks in this state more seductive, others believe that it is clearly appealing to the thinness and pump body, but everyone can compare and draw their own conclusions. And what do you like Renee?
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