Rebel Wilson left fans stunned after using 2020 to take charge of her health and managed to hit her goal weight of 75kg before the end of the year in November.
The 41-year-old Aussie actress is currently enjoying the American summer and spending the Fourth of July weekend at the beach.
Sharing snaps to Instagram from her day out, Rebel posed in a yellow beach coverup, showing off her legs.
In another Instagram Story she posed for a selfie in her oversized sunglasses.
Later in the day, Rebel shared a selfie of herself and Aussie star Hugh Sheridan, captioning the snap, "We're all just Hughman."
Rebel recently slammed New South Wales' recent coronavirus lockdown after sharing a photo her mum had sent her showing there was no toilet paper at her local Woolworths.
"Sydney WTF!!!" the 41-year-old captioned a selfie on her Instagram story.
"You can’t keep locking down as a strategy," she added in another post.
Because the star spends much of her time overseas, and often travelling in private jets, many Aussies didn't appreciate her opinion.
Many Twitter users slammed the star for her comments.
"My favourite part of the Rebel Wilson stuff is she hasn’t stopped posting about her travels, private jets and luxe lifestyle the whole time. When someone is that privileged, they don’t deserve to have a platform to discuss these issues," one person wrote.
"Rebel Wilson going off about the lockdown in Sydney while being in another country is riiiiiiiiiiich," another person said.
"Apparently she's been studying epidemiology while in the USA," someone else joked.
Steve Price also slammed the star on The Project, saying, "Not sure smug rock-throwing from LA is the way to go for Rebel. I don’t think she’s done herself favours there, has she? Stupid opinion."
However, Waleed Aly did stand up for the Aussie actress, saying: "The one thing I would say is, I know a few Australians who live overseas, and it seems to me most of them feel like that."
Steve Price responded: "So they think we’re overreacting?"
"I think unless you’re here … The whole world thinks we’re (overreacting). But they’ve also never been through what we’ve been through. It’s like two different planets," Waleed continued.
"We look at America and the UK and think, how could you possibly live like that and through that? They do the same with us. I think it’s just one of those situations."
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