“News flash it’s MY body.”
Chrissy Metz is the latest actress to fire back against unsolicited criticism of her fashion choices.
Alongside her This Is Us co-star Milo Ventimiglia, Metz took the stage to present the Best Duo at Sunday evening's MTV Movie & TV Awards. Soon after her appearance, the actress faced comments from body-shamers who suggested that she shouldn't have worn the red latex mini dress that she stepped out in.
“For the record, I wear what I want, when I want,” Metz tweeted early on Monday morning, without specifically referencing the Movie Awards.
For the record, I wear what I want, when I want. News flash it's
MY body. #thankstho
— Chrissy Metz (@ChrissyMetz) May 8, 2017
She continued, “News flash it's MY body,” adding the hashtag #thankstho. The 36-year-old has been a body positivity activist since breaking into the limelight on NBC's hit show, which took home the Tearjerker award on Sunday evening. Most recently, she penned a letter to her teenage self for People's “Most Beautiful” issue, in which she she wrote, “Contrary to the bill of goods you’ve been sold, life is not a competition. Stop comparing yourself to anyone or anything.”
Metz is one of a string of actresses to fire back at her digital critics by using social media as a mouthpiece. Just last week, Ariel Winter penned an open letter to media who called her bosom-bearing gold mini dress inappropriate for the daytime panel she participated in with the rest of her (conservatively dressed) Modern Family costars.
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