Jolie is Focus of Bill O'Reilly During Show

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By Myles Collier, Christian Post Contributor
February 29, 2012|8:42 am

Days after the Oscars people are still talking about Angelina Jolie and her now infamous leg, but Bill O'Reilly shifted the concern to her figure.

During the Monday airing of Fox's the O'Reilly Factor the host made a series of comments concerning the actress' appearance. "Is it just me, or is she looking mighty slim these days? Emaciated even?"

He continued, "I was kind of taken aback. Look at the arms on her! Once again the media largely ignoring Ms. Jolie's physical profile, but she is a role model for some women."

And furthering with that theme suggested that there might be other influences involved. "Something's going on here. I mean, she is slight. Let's hope it's nothing unusual."

O'Reilly was not the only one to express concern over the physical appearance of Jolie.

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks tweeted during the Oscars that Jolie "is beautiful but she needs a lil' more meat on those bones!" Parks then advised the mother of six eat "some biscuits and Popeyes chicken."

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Singer-songwriter Bonnie McKee echoed Parks sentiments posting on Twitter that Jolie should "eat something."

Jolie's husband, Brad Pitt grew increasingly concerned about Jolie's health, an insider claimed. "He's worried about her and has made her see a zillion doctors, but they keep telling her she's fine."

O'Reilly furthered his concern by pointing out that Jolie might be conveying the wrong message with her frail appearance.

But those close to Jolie explain that her appearance has more to do with supporting those with little than for her own benefit. A source close to the actress told Us Weekly her figure had little to do with vanity.

"She puts herself on fasts to make statements for the children she visits," the source said. "She says, 'If they can't eat, I can't eat.'"

SEE VIDEO OF BILL O'REILLY TALKING ABOUT ANGELINA JOLIE

 

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