Melissa McCarthy Secretly Carries Sandwiches To Golden Globes, In Case Her Hollywood Colleagues Get Hungry On The Red Carpet
A fancy red carpet event is not a reason to get hungry! That thought probably ran through Melissa McCarthy’s mind. The actress was invited to the Golden Globes, 2019, and she brought her own snacks along. She also thought of her fellow colleagues, who might want to chew on something after the dinner. It is usually served much earlier than the TV broadcast starts. It’s done earlier to avoid unattractive sounds of chewing and slurping. However, the inventive comedian found her own way out.
The Comedy Queen handed 40 sandwiches that she secretly brought to the award ceremony held in The Beverly Hilton, in Beverly Hills, California. They came in a plastic wrap right from a food store in LA.
McCarthy told Variety:
I’ve been handing them out to everyone.
She was not the only one who had food in mind at the event. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star, Rachel Brosnahan, prefers to carry power bars to be able to take a nuncheon whenever she needs. This time, she didn’t take any snack, so she was quite happy with Melissa’s idea.
McCarthy has been showing incredible weight loss transformation over the last few years. Despite having managed to shed some extra weight, she has always been body-positive and balanced about her life.
On the question of her secret of a weight loss, she replied:
No trick, nothing to tell, just super boring life. You bring it real down, you don’t do anything fun and you go to bed at 7:30 — that's the trick.
The actress is not a fan of dieting, either. She told RollingStones:
I could eat healthier, I could drink less. I should be learning another language and working out more, but I’m just always saying, Ah, I could get hit by a bus tomorrow.
That’s why staying hungry is never an option for McCarthy!
Always funny, relaxed, and super self-confident, she just inspires everyone to accept themselves no matter what size they are. Your body weight does not define you - that’s the main message of her life philosophy.