It's hard to face weight gain—but it's even harder to face it when the whole world is commenting on your expanding waistline. Here are a group of stars who got in shape despite the scrutiny of the press. Their efforts serve as an inspiration to the millions out there trying to live a healthier lifestyle.
In honor of what would have been her brother Michael's 60th birthday, Janet Jackson posted a video recreating his iconic "Remember the Time" music video. In the clip, Jackson is dressed as an African queen, sending unexciting performers to their death - just like Michael did in his 1992 video.
Following mounting sexual abuse accusations against Kevin Spacey, Netflix announced it was cancelling "House of Cards." Fans responded by suggesting the show replace Spacey with another Kevin, comedian Kevin James, in a Change.org petition.
Emmy Award-winning actress Kirstie Alley played Rebecca Howe on the TV series Cheers and has struggled with weight problems in the public eye. She's also competed on the dance-competition show Dancing with the Stars.
The trailer for Christian Bale's new movie, 'Vice,' was released and showed Bale's dramatic transformation in Dick Cheney. For the role. Bale shaved his head, bleached his eyebrows and put on 40 pounds. Commitment to a character is nothing new for the actor - for 2004's 'The Machinist,' he lost 60 pounds.
Singer, actress and television personality Marie Osmond was half of the brother-and-sister duo Donny & Marie. She later continued to establish herself as a top country artist with singles like "Paper Roses" and "Meet Me in Montana."
Michael Moore revealed on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' that his anti-Trump documentary, 'Fahrenheit 11/9,' will be released on September 21. According to an official synopsis, the documentary "is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live."