Fans Concerned For Ruby Rose After Showing ‘Dramatic Weight Loss’

by : Julia Banim on : 12 Nov 2017 17:50

Ruby Rose has hit back after receiving public criticism suggesting she has lost an unhealthy amount of weight.


A dietitian has advised an Australian magazine how Ruby’s family and management team should encourage her to increase her (estimated) weight of 44kg which – at a tall 5’7″ – should apparently be around 61kg.

Fans have also expressed concern after images emerged of Ruby looking very thin in a sparkling silver dress as she attended the Country Music Awards, in Nashville, Tennessee.

However, the striking Orange Is The New Black actress has not taken kindly to this very personal public scrutiny, advising her critics to ‘stop judging others’.


LA based dietitian Lisa De Fazio made the following statement to NW Magazine:

Her family and management team need to encourage her to gain some weight before it’s too late.

Ruby has described De Fazio’s comments as being ‘so maddening and irresponsible’.

Fiery Ruby has taken to Instagram to put forward her side of the story, sharing a picture of her slender stomach with the following pointed caption:

Body shamers, I had a great work out this morn[ing], thanks for asking, and am off to eat a vegan burger because why the F not!

She also expressed her frustrations about the body shaming she has been subjected to on social media, with her Instagram followers regularly debating whether her weight is healthy or not:

Body shaming SH*TS ME! It’s so frustrating. Everyone is so different. I eat so much amazing food.
( I can’t believe I even have to write that sentence)

I just don’t drink alcohol or eat processed food, or meat or dairy and I train every day.

I’m plant based and stupidly healthy. I trained my a** off for 3 action films, I used to be a boxer.

My body is just my body. It fluctuates and it changes depending on how hard I train. The end.


Confident Ruby previously addressed commenters directly when they remarked upon her slim physique, and has explained how her appearance is due to being a dedicated vegan who keeps alcohol at bay.

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When one person asked her to put on weight in order to ‘inspire fans’ – inferring she had an eating disorder – the 31-year-old Melbourne star was quick to set the record straight:

How could I inspire people to overcome something I know nothing about?

I can inspire them to go plant based and stop eating the nasty processed food, fast food and cancer causing foods.

I can inspire them not to drink soda or alcohol and how to train well… but maybe you can train yourself to stop seeing what you think is the only way to achieve someone else’s body type.

In the past, Ruby has taken issue with those who claim she looked ‘better’ back in her days as an MTV Australia host, revealing how it had not been a healthy time in her life:

When you say I looked the best in the MTV days in my early 20s…You guys.. that was a horrible time in my life health wise.

I drank everyday, ate junk food all day and McDonald’s at 4 am when I was stumbling home from work.

I know I wasn’t healthy despite being bigger than I am now, because I got sick every month with pneumonia and chest infections.

I get sick maybe once a year now. So please take care of your body and your mind and your soul and stop judging others.

Many fans have rushed to Ruby’s defence, believing the obsession over her figure – which she admits changes depending on her training routine – is unfair.

One person noted: ‘Nobody can win these days….ur 2 big its news, ur 2 slim its news’.


Another said: ‘Another unfortunate reminder that #bodyshaming affects women of all sizes. #rubyrose’.

Of course, Ruby has a huge fan base who care about her and want to make sure she’s doing okay.

However, it’s never cool to make speculative comments on another person’s body, no matter what size or shape they are.

Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.

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