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To think of Gabourey dying at only 32 years of age would be shocking, indeed, with Sidibe winning hearts as the abused young woman in the 2009 movie , starring as Mo’Nique’s much put-upon daughter.Gabourey won an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination for that role.With that resume, I don’t see how her weight has hindered her at all and look forward to seeing her grow in an industry that is very size- and color-conscious. Although the photo is from a site that boasts being “false, inaccurate and untrue,” it still stung.Along with the terrible Photoshop job was an even worse story about a fake new diet fad that supposedly helped Gabby lose “179 ponds in 16 weeks”.Many may argue that Gabby could stand to lose a few pounds, and I would agree if her health was at stake.But I would also argue that unless you’re her personal physician and have given her a complete physical to determine whether her health is at great risk, mind your business.
"Oh honey, you should really quit the business, it's so image conscious." During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Sidibe recalled an encounter with one of her Hollywood role models shortly before Precious and Sidibe's ensuing fame (via Huff Po): "I met Joan Cusack, who is my favorite, favorite I love her but it was before I became [famous] or whatever.I was at some industry party, and she says, 'Are you an actress? ' And she says, 'Oh honey, you should really quit the business, it's so image-conscious.' I think she really, really meant it in a good way...but I was like 'Oh, please don't tell me to quit my job!Other than Jennifer Hudson, who won an Academy Award for her role as Effie White in “Dreamgirls”, there aren’t too many African American actresses who can proudly say that they nabbed a Oscar nod for their first attempt at acting, EVER!And since her debut in “Precious”, she’s managed to keep that fire going by appearing in other works such as “Tower Heist”, “ Seven Psychopaths” and Showtime’s “The Big C”.