Celebrity Picks | 23 July 2012 02:03 CET

Sexy PLUS-size Actresses: Do they go dieting?

By Vanguard
Every day, we are inundated with images of slender actresses and models in the media. Yet, with the average dress size of women growing larger every year, HVP showcases some incredibly gorgeous actresses with more “real-life” figures.

Each of these actresses is curvy, voluptuous, and wears a size 12 or larger, and each one is guaranteed to get your heart racing just as much (or more!) as their slim counterparts. They inspire us to look and feel “sexy at any size.”
Adaora Ukoh

For sexy actress, Adaora Ukoh, 'size is a plus.'She is always a huge sight to behold each time she's seen in the company of her friends. At her size, people will have cause to notice her but she believes she is okay with her size. She's famous for her “curvy” body and coining the term “bootylicious.”

Following her believe in her size, Adaora recent launched a clothing line called 'ÄDAORA', which according to sources, is meant to celebrate the plus-size babes; those she refers to as the “true curves of African woman.” She also believes that every woman is beautiful. To her, beauty comes from within. And size is not a barrier to her attending greatness in life. Adaora sometimes embark on exercises as well as visit gyms at her leisure time, all in the bid to down her size.
Foluka Daramola

Foluke Daramola is no doubt one of the most outstanding Yoruba actresses when it comes to role interpretation, but one thing she needs to work on is her weight, which many of her fans have been complaining about. Of recent, the producer of 'Wakati Eda' is looking overweight, suggesting that she is paying minimal attention to her size.

Perhaps, she is yet to see the lifestyle benefits of controlling her weight, rather than just focusing solely on body shape. Despite her size, Foluke is sexy and represents an image of a woman with a strong, fit and toned body. She believers that “you can be beautiful and sexy outside the narrow interpretations that normally define us as human beings.”

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