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Pro-anorexia website brands Kate Upton 'cannibal' following burger ad

London, Sun, 08 Jul 2012 ANI

London, July 8 (ANI): Kate Upton, who has the body most women would be envious of, has still been branded as "lardy" and "well-marbled" by a pro-anorexia website.

The 20-year-old model has become the target of pro-anorexia website SkinnyGossip following her participation in a burger commercial.

Despite shooting sexy images for Carl's Jr. a few months back, the website has suddenly decided to slam the blonde star now by calling her a "cannibal".

But before mentioning that, the site hit out at her confidence on the catwalk referring to a recent show which saw her model a variety of swimwear.

"Guess who?! Yes, it's the lovely Kate Upton, confidently lumbering up a runway like there's a buffet at the end of it," the Daily Mail quoted them as saying.

"She looks thick, vulgar, almost pornographic - and she is a solid 30lb too heavy for this outfit," it said.

The website then moved on to the burger images, which include the U.S. star laying on a car bonnet as she tucks into a tasty-looking cheeseburger.

"I thought cannibalism was illegal?!? If that's not a very different species of cow, Kate could be in legal trouble!" it said.

The negative abuse went on to describe Kate as a "squishy brick" and "piggy" before asking "Has fashion become this?" (ANI)


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