33 Stars Who Have Been Body Shamed

Surprise, Surprise, but Kelly wasn't met when support when she said sometimes fat-shaming "works."

"The View" co-host Meghan McCain was among the chorus of women calling out Megyn Kelly after she suggest some fat-shaming is OK.

Kelly's comments came as she interviewed fitness blogger Maria Kang on Thursday's episode of her talk show. Kang went viral in 2013 after posting a photo of her shredded stomach and her three young children with the caption "What's Your Excuse?" She was accused of mom-shaming other mothers at the time and just recently recreated the photo.

Share/Tag a friend that needs this message: After you address your Excuse, you need to find your Reason. 5 years later I’m still seeking the hard route, after all, in a country where you are the Healthy minority you must #dodifferent You need to find your reason, your WHY for prioritizing your health. You are who you surround yourself with so if everyone is starting an extreme diet, be balanced. If everyone is sitting watching TV shows, get up and move. If everyone is ordering high-calorie meals and drinking sugary drinks, choose otherwise! You know what’s right, just don’t follow the habits and lifestyle of the majority of overweight/obese people who do it wrong. Many asked for a side-by-side so here you go! What’s Your Reason? Plant it and GROW 🌱 #whatsyourreason #whatsyourexcuse #mariakang

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"You should parlay the shaming thing into a professional business," Kelly told Kang during her appearance on the show. "Some of us want to be shamed! When I was in law school, I was gaining weight, I said to my stepfather, 'If you see me going into that kitchen one more time, you say, 'Where you going, fat ass?' And it works!"

That didn't sit well with many who caught the segment at home, including McCain.

"I was publicly fat shammed [sic] early on in my career and it sent me to therapy," she said, re-tweeting an article about Kelly's comments. "Trust me, there are real life ramifications for fat shaming of any kind, it is NEVER acceptable. We should be fostering a healthy culture that celebrates all women of all sizes."

Meghan wasn't alone in her disappointment -- see more reactions below: