Jessica Simpson is flashing a slim figure in her new ad for Weight Watchers. The singer, who dropped 50 pounds since the birth of daughter Maxwell in May, has become the biggest spokesperson for the company. "Weight Watchers changed my relationship with food, and I feel so much more prepared to make the right choices," she said. "It feels pretty incredible." Jessica isn't the first famous face to enjoy the benefits of the Weight Watchers program. Here are a few other celebs that have given the company a ringing endorsement.
The Oscar-winning actress dropped a remarkable 80 pounds with the help of Weight Watchers, and she continues to maintain a slim figure. Jennifer welcomed her first child in 2009, and began endorsing Weight Watchers in 2010. After a successful run, the star admits that she is happy with her current weight. "I'm at the weight I want to be," she said in a recent interview. "But I hear all the time, 'Don't lose any more weight, you need to stop.' People are under the impression that I'm still losing but I'm not."
It might be hard to believe, but the former Playboy model actually weighed more than 200 pounds around the time that son Evan was born. However, the beautiful blonde star turned to Weight Watchers and quickly shed the pounds. Though Jenny has moved on to a lifestyle that includes a gluten-free diet and plenty of exercise, she credits Weight Watchers with helping her develop healthy eating habits.
The "30 Rock" star might not seem like a likely candidate to use the Weight Watchers program, but she actually used it to shed more than 30 pounds when she was 29. Liz Lemon might have some bad eating habits on the hit NBC sitcom, but the actress that plays her has clearly adopted a healthy lifestyle. In addition to the Weight Watchers diet, Tina has taken up the services of a personal trainer, and even does yoga.
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