Melissa McCarthy is taking a stand with Ashley Graham.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover girl has been vocal about her dislike for the terms "plus-size" and "real woman" and now it looks like "The Boss" star is the latest celeb to speak out against the labels!
"We're always being ranked and when we come together, you know, women are amazing together," she told E! News during a recent sit down. "Women are friends. Women are not really competing with each other. I think everyone wants to make it seem that way with who wore it better, whose butt is better, whose glasses are crazier. I've never had any of those conversations in my life."
The actress took her stance against the plus-size label further when it came to her fashion line, Melissa McCarthy7. Instead of designing a so-called "plus-size" line, she opted to design clothes for women of all shapes and sizes!
"Every time someone says, 'You make a plus-size line,' I just correct them: 'I make clothes for women,'" she said. "I'm not making a plus-size line. If a plus-size store or if a store of certain sizes buys those that's what going in there. But on my website and HSN, I'm just making women's clothing."
"No trick, nothing to tell, just super boring life," she said. "You bring it real down, you don’t do anything fun and you go to bed at 7:30 — that's the trick."
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