While Christina Hendricks was in Australia, she sat down for an interview with Sydney’s Sun-Herald fashion editor Kate Waterhouse/ Then got stuck in the chair. Probably. I’m just speculating. E! News reports:
Waterhouse asked, “You have been an inspiration as a full-figured woman. What is the most inspiring story that you can remember where you’ve inspired someone?” A flustered Hendricks giggles and then responds with, “Um, I don’t know…I’m sorry,” and looks to what we’re guessing is her publicist who asked the interviewer to rephrase the question—but she failed. “You’ve been known as an inspiration for women as being a full-figure…” Waterhouse started, before the actress quickly pointed out, “I mean, you just said it again.” The duo scrapped that question (thankfully) and resumed to talk about Hendrick’s event that was going on in Australia, but the star reportedly later said backstage when cameras weren’t rolling, “I think calling me full-figured is just rude.”
Jesus. If Christina Hendricks isn’t fat or full-figured, then what is she exactly? She looks like she’s baking bread under her arm, but can’t even play along with the fat agenda when an interviewer calls her an “inspiration”. So what exactly does she what to be called? Curvy? Voluptuous? If so, maybe she should just be interviewed by skinny black guys.