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How to Spot True Love

Want to know how you can tell if it's true love?

You gain weight...and some back rolls...
and some other stuff you didn't really have before.
We've all been there girls...
But, I don't think we'd ever go there in
THIS OUTFIT...


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  1. Yikes! That outfit is quite unflattering. Bless her heart! Someone should have told her.

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  2. To think I used to envy her body! I saw some similar pics on US Weekly today and my jaw dropped! I know she is in love, but c'mon now! A chubby gal can't sport the high-waist denim. She probably pays someone good money to give her fashion advice. Fire him/her!

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  3. Lordy! I JUST saw this on Access Hollywood.

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  4. wow. She has put on weight. The thing is she is petite like me so even 5lbs. really shows. I wonder how much she has gained? I feel bad for her though if this is all over the media. That outfit is so not flattering. Maybe she is pregnant.

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  5. Oh goodness! I heard them talking about her on the radio today, but I had no idea!! They said it is because she is a nervous eater. Note to self... don't do that!

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  6. Daaaang - maybe trying to appeal to the stereotyped country market?

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  7. Is this real?? Ok, I don't like to give anyone a hard time for gaining a few but don't wear that outfit if you do!

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  8. Oh it's so painful! Like I said before about these pics - she had better fire her stylist!

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  9. Okay that is just wrong on so many levels...Fashion Police and common sense where are you.

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  10. Chubby or not, she still looks hotter than anyone I know!

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  11. She was a living breathing "Glamour Don't" for sure!

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  12. The outfit is not flattering at all :( You would think she would have a bit more fashion sense (weight gain or not!)

    melissa

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  13. her new curves might look FANTASTIC in a different outfit. hopefully she's really really happy! :)

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  14. Proof that high waisted jeans are a friend to no one - including those of us with killer curves I'd maim for, like Miss Jessica here.

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  15. I don't care what anyone says, the one on the left is photo shopped.

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  16. Good for her for gaining weight, nothing wrong with looking healthy and womanly, but she's got enough people around her who could have told her that THAT was not a flattering outfit. It would have been better if she'd at least put a poncho or sheer top over it.

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  17. Ok, I guess I have been a little out of touch with my celeb gossip! http://omg.yahoo.com/photos/week-in-photos-january-25-31-2009/2626?nc Jessica is looking a little chubby. Hooray for her! I'm SOOO glad I don't have to have my picture plastered all over the world when I gain a few extra lbs! (Which would be like every month!!!)

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