Plus-sized models might be taken over the world one magazine cover at a time, but not everyone is happy about it — especially former supermodel Cheryl Tiegs.
When asked how she felt about full-figured Sports Illustrated stunners like Ashley Graham at a pre-Oscars party this week, the 68-year-old didn't hold back her disgust.
"Actually, I don't like that were talking about full-figured women because it's glamorizing them," Tiegs said on the matter.
"Your waist should be smaller than 35. That's what Dr. Oz said and I'm sticking to it," she added.
A three-time Sports Illustrated model in the '70s and '80s, Tiegs had a different opinion of Graham groundbreaking cover, which was the first to feature a plus-sized model in the magazine's history.
"Her face is beautiful, beautiful," Tiegs said of the curvaceous 29-year-old. "But, I don't think it's healthy in the long run."
The legendary model later clarified her comments, adding that being underweight is equally unhealthy.
Graham shared a different opinion on the matter this week, telling Ellen DeGeneres in an interview, "I am not a promoter of anorexia. I am not a promoter of obesity. I think we have to promote women to be healthy at every size as long as they are getting off of the couch and moving their body."
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