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When I try to get work in the US all they say is that I need to lose weight - but I bet they never said that to Mae West
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"When I try to get work in the US all they say is that I need to lose weight - but I bet they never said that to Mae West"

- Charlotte Church

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In this quote, Charlotte Church is expressing her frustration with the entertainment industry's fascination with weight and appearance. She shares her experience of searching for operate in the United States, only to be told that she requires to lose weight. Nevertheless, she explains the double basic by discussing Mae West, a well-known actress known for her curvaceous figure, who was never ever criticized for her weight. Church is highlighting the unreasonable and impractical expectations put on females in the market, and how it perpetuates a damaging and unhealthy body image. She challenges the market to focus on talent and skill rather than look.

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Charlotte Church This quote is written / told by Charlotte Church somewhere between February 21, 1986 and today. She was a famous Musician from Welsh. The author also have 12 other quotes.

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