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'Skinny' Debate Upsets Actress Knightley

Actress Keira Knightley says she was upset when her pictures appeared in magazine articles about the "skinny celebrity" debate//. ...."When all that blew up, I felt terrible. It appeared that I was promoting something when I absolutely was not. I am thin because that's what I am, and I was thinner at that point because of the work I do. Nothing else," people.com quotes her as saying to a magazin...

Miller Defends Knightley Against Anorexia Rumours

Actress Sienna Miller has refuted speculations that her fellow star Keira Knightley is suffering from eating disorder anorexia . ......The speculations about Knightley being afflicted by the disorder started doing the rounds earlier this year when she appeared thinner than usual. ......But Miller, who has befriended with Knightley on the sets of their latest film 'The Edge of Love', insists tha...

'Skinny' Debate Upsets Actress Knightley

Actress Keira Knightley says she was upset when her pictures appeared in magazine articles about the "skinny celebrity" debate . ......"When all that blew up, I felt terrible. It appeared that I was promoting something when I absolutely was not. I am thin because that's what I am, and I was thinner at that point because of the work I do. Nothing else," people.com quotes her as saying to a magazi...

Knightley and Miller's High Calorie Curry Diet!

It seems that skinny actress Keira Knightley and her co-star Sienna Miller are enjoying her calorie rich meals on the set of the film 'The Edge Of Love' . ......'The Pirates of the Caribbean' beauty has been asked to consume heavy food four times a day to beef up for her role in the film. ......Apparently, Knightley and Miller have been having competitions to see who can eat the most. ......A...
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