Media mogul Oprah Winfrey turned heads on the red carpet at the 81st Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, showcasing her new slim physique in a stunning purple dress.
The 69-year-old host, who openly admitted to using weight-loss medication, confidently posed for photos at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
In recent months, Oprah revealed an impressive weight loss of more than 40lbs, attributing her transformation to the use of weight-loss medication.
This announcement marked a notable shift from her previous denial of using medications like Ozempic for weight management.
Oprah’s jaw-dropping appearance at the Golden Globes sparked conversations about her health journey, as she emphasized her use of weight-loss medication as a tool for managing her weight without yo-yoing.
Last month, she stated, ‘I now use it as I feel I need it, as a tool to manage not yo-yoing,’ without specifying the particular drug she uses.
The media mogul expressed a shift in her perspective on weight management, stating, ‘The fact that there’s a medically approved prescription for managing weight and staying healthier, in my lifetime, feels like relief, like redemption, like a gift, and not something to hide behind and once again be ridiculed for.’
Oprah Winfrey’s openness about her weight-loss journey and her decision to use medication to support her transformation have sparked a broader discussion on the societal perception of weight management tools.
Her story serves as an inspiration for those seeking healthier ways to manage their weight.