Gabourey Sidibe is celebrating her new body with a yacht vacation! Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery of her trip.Sidibe, 34, set sail on a luxury liner in Barbardos on May 31, 2017, in a blue and white flowered bathing suit.She recently revealed that she had laparoscopic bariatric surgery a year ago after being diagnosed with diabetes. “I took a long time to do the surgery because I really was trying to lose weight,” she said in an interview with People magazine.“So I’m glad that I finally realized that the surgery wasn’t the easy way out,” Sidibe admitted. “I wasn’t cheating by getting it done. I wouldn’t have been able to lose as much as I’ve lost without the surgery. I spent years trying to lose this much weight, and I didn’t do it. I wish I’d done it sooner.”Sidibe revealed that her weight problems began when she was young. “The bulimia stuck around for about three years,” she wrote in This Is Just My Face. “Throwing up made me feel high. I felt a release around my head like a halo that made me feel lighter physically and emotionally.”Sidibe enjoyed the sun with her friends on a yacht named Tiny Dancer.“I mean, yeah, I have to eat every day,” she said about fighting to keep her weight under control. “And I still really, really, really love cake. I do! It’s amazing! And I’ll forever, as long as I’m an actor, I’ll have to deal with craft service tables!”“I stay as active as possible,” Sidibe said in her interview. “I’m stronger, and I’m able to move more, and I’m not worried about losing my f—ing toes anymore. That’s my life now."The Empire star chilled in the water with her friends.Sidibe revealed that she was happy with her surgery and the results. “In terms of goals: I have a goal right now, and I’m almost there. And then once I’ve got it, I’ll set another goal — I’m just going to do it goal-by-goal.”In her book This Is Just My Face, Sidibe wrote, “My beauty doesn’t come from a mirror. Never has, never will.” We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.