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Alicia Silverstone, 45, Had The Best Response To Body Shamers On TikTok

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  • Alicia Silverstone posted a video on TikTok that featured an older photo of herself wearing a blue dress.

  • The caption of the pic says, “Alicia Silverstone Candid Fat Photo,” which the 45-year-old highlighted with the word “this.”

  • Suddenly, Alicia pops up in front of the photo, smiles, and gives the camera the middle finger.

Despite many attempts to change it, body shaming is still alive and well these days. And Alicia Silverstone isn’t here for it.

The former Clueless star posted a video on TikTok that featured an older photo of herself wearing a blue dress. When you look closer, you can see that the caption of the pic says, “Alicia Silverstone Candid Fat Photo,” which the 45-year-old highlighted with the word “this.”

Suddenly, Alicia pops up in front of the photo, smiles, and gives the camera the middle finger. The whole thing is hilariously set to Gayle’s “ABCDEFU.”

“Damn. I think I look good 😂🤷🏼♀️,” she wrote in the caption.

People were all about it in the comments. “Ugh as iffff 💁🏼♀️you’re gorgeous queen 👸🏼,” one person wrote. “It’s the perfect candid photo what are they talking about?!?” another said.

Alicia has been open about dealing with body shaming in the past, noting that she was called “Fatgirl” by paparazzi and tabloids when she filmed 1997’s Batman & Robin.

“They would make fun of my body when I was younger,” she told The Guardian in 2020. “It was hurtful but I knew they were wrong. I wasn’t confused. I knew that it was not right to make fun of someone’s body shape, that doesn’t seem like the right thing to be doing to a human.”

Alicia said the experience turned her off acting for a while. “I didn’t say ‘f— you’ and come out like a warrior but I would just walk away and go, ‘Okay, I know what that is and I’m done, I’m not going near that again,’ ” she said.

Alicia said she “stopped loving acting for a very long time” afterward, but eventually started doing passion projects with a big focus on theater. “I hope to be doing theater until I’m dead," she said.

As for those body shamers...well, she's made her point.

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