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Wednesday 1 June 2016

Dennings slams size zero

Published 17/12/2013

Kat Dennings
Kat Dennings

Kat Dennings is used to being seen as "fat" in the movie industry.

The gorgeous brunette has never followed the trend for being stick thin that is often portrayed in the media.

Instead she is a healthy UK size 10/12 and looks down on anyone who slates her for having curves.

"I often get called fat," she admitted to German magazine Bravo.

"When I moved to Hollywood at the age of 14, I immediately realised: this is not a cool place. I have always hated it!"

Her great attitude means the 27-year-old has scored roles in TV show 2 Broke Girls and blockbuster franchise Thor.

She's never let skinny ideals hold her back or allowed them to affect her confidence.

"I feel great. End of!" she grinned.

With her distinctive look and hilarious character on 2 Broke Girls, Kat certainly stands out in Hollywood.

However, she recently revealed there's one word she can't stand being called - 'Quirky'.

"I hate that damn word!" she exclaimed to

"Quirky is what a guy would call a girl he doesn't understand...

"I don't think I'm a weirdo in a bad way, there's just a lot going on in my head."

Kat appears alongside Chris Hemsworth in Thor: The Dark World and wore some gorgeous dresses while promoting the movie earlier this year.

It's also been announced Kat and her 2 Broke Girls co-star Beth Behrs will host the 2014 People's Choice Awards.

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