Posted by: kierstin1220 | May 7, 2009

Hypocrisy at its Finest

victoria-beckhamWhenever I look at a picture of Victoria Beckham, I can not help but recall an old interview she did with People Magazine. In the interview she claimed that she “looked awful naked.” She appeared so tiny and petite, how could she possibly look bad naked?

However, she offered up a reasonable explanation as to why her body was less than she wanted it to be: her body wasn’t able to bounce back so quickly after having three children. A commendable reason enough, and it made her more likable to her friends, and to me almost three years ago.

I’ve got so much saggy skin on my stomach. I might fit into jeans, but trust me, I look really awful naked. Beckham

Oh, but how she had us fooled. This week Beckham revealed her new underwear campaign for Emporio Armani -her second- and there is not a hint of saggy skin to be found. Perhaps she had made that earlier statement in an effort to connect with the normal people, but her lies aren’t welcome here.

During the unveiling of her seemingly flawless pictures, Beckham was quick to mention that her perfect physique was due to all of her hard work and not the work of professional re-touchers. How humble of her. She said during an interview:

You know, I’ve been doing a lot of running. Because obviously, you think I look okay, but if I’m going to be taking my clothes off I will need to tone up a little bit, so I worked hard to have the confidence to do it. Beckham

 

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Obviously we think she looks okay. I hope that if you have nothing to do but work out nonstop with the help of personal trainers and nutritionists and professional chefs that she can manage to look like that. I know she must work had to keep such an emaciated frame, but give us a break. You know you look good, and you knew it all along. Don’t patronize your fans by making them think you’re just like them because your not. I’m certainly not married to David Beckham.

Check out this video to watch the unveiling ceremony.

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