Anna Faris isn't dealing with body shamers. When the actress posted a pantless picture of herself, the Instagram photo became the source of speculation from nosy social media users, who criticized the comedic actress of being "too thin." In response to their negative comments, Faris deleted the picture altogether, and it's clear that she doesn't want to deal with anyone made inappropriate comments about her physical appearance. If you wish to see the photo was that deleted from Anna Faris's social media after it drew up a stream of unpleasant comments, you can check it out below.
The Instagram picture was sent on Tuesday, as it was reported by E! News. It was a "pre-show" photo, according to the caption since deleted. It's believed to be back stage for The Talk, which she recently appeared in. The scrutinized online photo was taken by Michael Sherman, the podcast assistant for Unqualified, Anna Faris's popular advice podcast. It found the actress in a nervous state, hunched over a trash can with no pants on. As she admits, she did eventually put some pants on once the photo was sent online, but it didn't stay up on Instagram for long. This is the caption that Anna Faris wrote to accompany the photo, trying to explain what is happening in the frantic photo before the photo was taken down.
The comical photo was reportedly only online for 15 minutes before the actress took it down after comments were directed her way claiming that she looked "so unhealthy" and that she needed to "eat." Whatever reason inspired these Instagram users to write these criticisms on the photo, its only made the situation more viral. Many take umbrage with the hurtful comments, and the negativity directed towards Anna Faris before she was set to appear on the daytime talk show. Suffice to say, it wasn't long before Faris took the photo down, knowing that these rude retorts would only get worse before they would get any better. She hasn't posted again on the social media website, though it's unclear if that's because of this photo controversy or not.
Hopefully, if Anna Faris decides to post on Instagram again anytime soon, her experience on the site is a lot better than it was when she posted this particular photo. Such comments are hard to deal with, and it's clear that Anna Faris didn't want to deal with them any longer. As for what inspired these commenters to butt in and offer their own two cents about Faris' figure is a mystery that's left unclear. But this is the Internet, after all. A lot of people don't need a reason to do anything. Meanwhile, as an actress, Anna Faris can currently be seen on the newest season of Mom, airing on CBS.
Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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