Rebel Wilson


In 2012, we all fell in love with Rebel Wilson's character Fat Amy in the acca-awesome film Pitch Perfect. Now, the actress and comedian is transitioning to Fit Amy.

Wilson's new health and fitness journey began earlier this year after she successfully dropped about 30 pounds and became determined to lose more. Since then, she has lost another 40 pounds, bringing her only six pounds away from her goal weight.

On social media, Wilson has made it a point to share her healthy mindset for losing weight and loving her body.

She first recognized her health journey on Instagram:

Wilson had come a long way and fans had already started to take notice. In her captions, she shares the honest truth about finding a balance with healthy eating. Before this post, the actress had already been showing off some of her favorite new activities.

Boxing is just one way Wilson has kept herself active!

Along with throwing punches, Wilson has shared pictures from her hikes, skii trips, and dance classes.

Still, all things come with a healthy balance

While debuting a slimming silhouette in Monaco, she reminded her followers that treats are still a must...but in moderation, and sometimes along with a bubble bath.

Need more fitness motivation? Read her latest post!

Those 100m sprints really do pay off. Congratulations to Rebel Wilson as she completes her journey of becoming Fit Amy!

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LIVE with Kelly and Ryan

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest kicked off the festivities with a bang! The pair showed off a plethora of costumes on Live with Kelly and Ryan, including taking on roles from Tiger King. Kelly dressed up as Carole Baskin and Ryan dressed as the "king" himself. Kelly and Ryan also paid tribute to Schitt's Creek's record-breaking Emmy win by dressing up as Moira and David Rose from the hit show.

The Ellen Show

Also getting in on the fun, The Ellen Show. Ellen Degeneres dressed up as a nurse this year to highlight healthcare workers that have risked their lives during the pandemic. Ellen sported a nurse's uniform and Superman logo, sharing that nurses are real superheroes. The talkshow host also put together some great costume ideas for your kids that sum up 2020 perfectly.


Broadway has been shut down for several months now, but it was alive and well on the Today show. The morning news show honored the "best of Broadway" by dressing up as some of the most iconic Broadway musical characters of all time. Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb dressed up as Elphaba and Glinda from Wicked. Jenna Bush Hager dressed as Grizabella from Cats. Other anchors dressed as characters from Chicago and Hamilton.


GMA's anchors didn't dress up this year, but they still had some Halloween fun. The episode was taken over by "mini anchors," aka kids that played real-life anchors Cecilia Vega, Michael Strahan and George Stephanopoulos. The real anchors also shared their pets' cutest Halloween costumes. Ginger Zee's dog might have worn the most original costumes, as a rocket made out of recycled bottles and tissue paper.