Transcript for Melissa McCarthy on Body Shaming: 'People Don't Stop at Size 12'
Also in the heat index. Melissa Mccarthy opens up. She's using her fame to stand up for plus-sized women. We love her. Saying she's foonlly get go of the pressure to be perfect. Mara schiavocampo has that story. ? Brings all the boys ? Reporter: While she's known for her outsized personality. Hey, how did you get that picture of me. Reporter: This morning, Melissa Mccarthy is speaking out. Saying she's tired of society body-shaming larger women. Telling magazine, there's just this weird thing about how we see women in the society. There's a big thing missing where you can't dress to your mood above a certain number. Malls Se agree gate plus-sized women. The mom of two releasing a clothing line this summer says she's teaching her daughters about feminism. When I told my daughters there had never been a female president, they were like, what is this how is that possible? I want women to know that you don't have to work for the company. You can run the company. She's wildly successful. She's taking a stand saying, I'm comfortable in who I am. I put out my sexuality through motion. Reporter: She says she's also letting go of the pressure to be perfect. Which can be especially strong in Hollywood. Who cares if my eyes are puffy because I ate 44 almonds last night. Or my legs are short? To my core, I don't care. You're a spy. I know. Reporter: The actress who plays a spy in her newest movie. That's a confidence builder. Reporter: Now on a real-life mission to empower women. For "Gma" gm, Mara schiavocampo. Mar are, thank you so much more that. Melissa is talented. And convincing there, too. Very much so. "Spy" looks great.
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