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Zoe Saldana Is STILL Defending Allure Magazine's Decision To Reveal Her Weight!

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zoe saldana once again defends weight reveal in allure magazine

For some reason, Zoe Saldana STILL feels the need to defend her weight reveal on the cover of Allure magazine!

The Star Trek Into Darkness actress AND the publication both came under fire when it revealed she only weighed 115 pounds, but she has already spoken out and said she simply has a smaller frame than most!

Now, she's defending the magazine for its decision to publish the headline, saying:

"I come really hard, I'm a very aggressive person when you meet me because I am a devout New Yorker and I'm Latina so this is my personality. It's not the first time that people have said, for such a delicate-looking person, you're very tough. And I think that was the idea that they wanted to get across as a compliment to what they saw in me."

There's nothing wrong with Allure acknowledging that Zoe is one tough cookie!

She went on to say that people seem to find any excuse to get upset over the smallest things:

"I don't understand it sometimes. It almost felt like you were just looking for a reason to just be upset at the fact that I allowed myself to be very free and collaborating with a magazine that is known for collaborating with the subjects."

As we said before, just because someone is a bit smaller does NOT mean they aren't healthy. Some people are just built differently than others!

And if you ask us, Zoe looks FANTASTIC and has absolutely no reason to defend herself!

[Image via WENN.]

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One comment to “Zoe Saldana Is STILL Defending Allure Magazine's Decision To Reveal Her Weight!”

  1. Courtney says – reply to this


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    this whole controversy is stupid she has to be thin for her job though 115lbs is underweight for M.S. Saldana's height she's 5ft 6 1/2in so she's supposed to be about 125lbs. Joanne Woodward once admitted in her heyday that she was 128lbs outside of pregnancy/filming a movie and that at 5ft 4in in the 1960's when sizes were bigger than they are now