Christina Hendricks: Don’t Call Me “Full-Figured”

Christina Hendricks, shown here at the 64th annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, has been praised for her curvaceous body, but doesn't appreciate being called "full-figured."

Christina Hendricks, shown here at the 64th annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, has been praised for her curvaceous body, but doesn’t appreciate being called “full-figured.”

It’s no surprise that Christina Hendricks curvy, but be careful with your words.

During an interview between Sydney’s Sun-Herald fashion editor Kate Waterhouse and the Mad Men star, Hendricks refused to answer a question in which Waterhouse referred to her as a “full-figured woman.”

Waterhouse asked, “You have been an inspiration as a full-figured woman. What is the most inspiring story that you can remember where you’ve inspired someone?”

A flustered Hendricks giggles and then responds with, “Um, I don’t know…I’m sorry,” and looks to what we’re guessing is her publicist who asked the interviewer to rephrase the question—but she failed.

“You’ve been known as an inspiration for women as being a full-figure…” Waterhouse started, before the actress quickly pointed out, “I mean, you just said it again.”

The duo scrapped that question (thankfully) and resumed to talk about Hendrick’s event that was going on in Australia, but the star reportedly later said backstage when cameras weren’t rolling, “I think calling me full-figured is just rude.”

Click here to watch the interview!

SOURCE: E! Online

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