Victoria Beckham Talks About Her Ongoing Battle With Food

April 25th, 2007 // 7 Comments

Posh talked to “Heat” magazine (have you ever heard of it?) about her ongoing duels with her esophagus and her shitty self-image and her total boycott of any sort of body fat. Which is probably why she’s growing a beard. To stay warm somehow! Hot new look, though. She looks good as a sleek lesbian double agent with the short blonde hair.

“I became obsessed with what I looked like. I would look in the mirror and check the size of my bottom, see if my double chin was getting smaller.

“I began living on vegetables and nothing else. But it never occurred to me that I had an eating disorder.”

Uh huh. She also said:

“I do control my eating. But I think there is a big difference between someone having an eating disorder and someone who is controlled about what they eat.”

Not if we can see your appendix. FROM THE OUTSIDE.

(Splash)

By J. Harvey
  1. heat is one of the biggest and bestselling gossip magazines in the UK… sheer brilliance and frequently featuring celeb photos of shame.

  2. T-Bone

    The rest of us already knew she had an eating disorder and an obsession with her own appearance. But good for her for finally admitting it. That’s the first step!

  3. dots

    I want Posh circa 1997… she was hot. This new prune bitch? Not so much!

  4. Anna

    HOLLY F*CK….AS FOR DAVID BECKHAM, ‘THERE AINT NO PART OF THAT FINE MAN I WOULD NOT LICK’ !!!!!! HE IS FAR ABOVE & BEYOND THE REALM OF HOTNESS.
    THE BOY IS SO F*CK’IN HOT !!!!!!!
    not mintsing words here, tee hee.

  5. devil

    Call me nostalgic. Fat or thin, Posh will always be “Ugly Spice” in my book.

  6. a2thcleaner

    I’d say this a a very non confrontational battle. How does she have the energy needed to sex that man?

  7. victoria

    She has an androgynous appeal which is quite sexy, but she is very thin and emphasises her tiny figure with her clothes, and everyone knows her body never originally was that frail. For all we know, she might have BDD (body dismorphic disorder) or an OCD. Some people have different ways of dealing with stress, though I don’t know what specific stress she deals with…

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