Practice what you preach, Jamie, and don't get pissy when someone calls you out on it!
Jamie Oliver was in Australia, and during an interview, the interviewer happened to ask him about his own weight — asking if he was heavier than when last Down Under.
Here's how Jamie responded:
"I don't know. I am very healthy. I think the last time I had a filling in my teeth, which was quite recently, I was in good nick. But really, I am not really sure. Are you from a tabloid? Thank you for noticing, you bitch."
Here's his excuse:
"I went out last night and had a few drinks after a very long day, (and) my brain did not quite understand that question. I do my best . . . working in the food business is quite hard when someone is constantly asking you to try things. I eat fresh, I train twice a week. I could definitely do better, but I am trying to do my best like most people when they hit 30."
We love that you're all for healthiness, Jamie, but this almost made us turn on a dime about how we feel towards you. Yes, you should practice what you preach, and no, you shouldn't get all snippy when someone calls you out on it.
Hell, you've made a fortune off calling OTHERS on it.
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