Lisa Kudrow Opens Up About The Body Shaming She Went Through On Friends

We live in a world where appearances mean everything, but should it really be like that? The celebrity world has often been called out for focusing too much on appearances, especially when it comes to weight and size. There’s no doubt about the fact that some of the most famous people in the world are also considered to be slim and attractive, but thankfully, more and more people are now critiquing this.

The world of show business is becoming more and more diverse by the month, and more and more people are now speaking out about their experiences with their own body. In fact, Lisa Kudrow is one of the latest celebs to do this.

Lisa Kudrow Opens Up About The Body Shaming She Went Through On Friends

I’ll Be There For You

Although Friends came to an end in 2004, it’s still considered one of the best sitcoms to ever make its way onto our screens. This show thrust the likes of Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Courteney Cox into the limelight, and everyone had their favorites. Women wanted to have their hair cut just like Rachel, many people wanted to be as confident as Joey, and others wanted to be able to sing just like Phoebe! However, it seems as though Lisa Kudrow’s experience on the set of Friends wasn’t as perfect as it seemed.

Comparing Herself

Recently, Lisa Kudrow was asked to speak on Marc Maron’s podcast, and she opened up about her experiences with her own body image. She noted that, while working on Friends, she would often compare herself to her co-stars. She would look at Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox, and she would then see her flaws compared to their perfections. She would see them as extremely thin and beautiful women, but then she looked at herself on her screen and saw someone who was much larger.

Lisa Kudrow Opens Up About The Body Shaming She Went Through On Friends

Losing Weight On Purpose

Because she often felt as though she was less of a woman because she felt larger than her co-stars, Lisa would lose weight on purpose to feel better about herself. The more she lost weight, the more she received compliments from those who knew her, and complete strangers. This heightened the idea that she needed to be thin to be beautiful.

Now, Lisa has put weight back on and feels more beautiful than ever.