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Phylicia Rashad Pitches Jenny Craig

Earlier this week, we told you about how Wynonna Judd is representing the popular weight loss supplement Alli. Now, there’s another celebrity signing on to be a diet spokesperson. Phylicia Rashad is the latest actress to take on the role. She’s signing on with Jenny Craig.

Rashad is best know for her role as Clair Huxtable on The Cosby Show. But she hasn’t disappeared. Earlier this week Rashad was nominated for a Golden Globe for her lead role in Raisin in the Sun.

Rashad joins the ranks of stars such as Queen Latifah, Kirstie Alley and Valerie Bertinelli who have all been spokeswomen for Jenny Craig.

January 13th, 2009

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3 Responses to “Phylicia Rashad Pitches Jenny Craig”


Cheryl
Feb 9th, 2009
3:10 pm

She is wearing clothes too big for her on the Jenny Craig commercial. She wouldn’t look big at all in clothes that fit her. Looks like this will be an exaggerated weight loss.


lyn
Mar 24th, 2009
7:00 pm

I definitely agree with the above comment.
In the first commercial I was not convinced
with the clothes she was wearing(way to baggy) and then
a couple of weeks later she has lost all the
weight.(with more form fitting clothes. I do not think so.
I find it hard to believe.
I still like the actress though(Phlyicia)


Erica
Mar 26th, 2009
3:54 pm

I disagree with both comments. In the recent movie “Raisin in the Sun”,starring P.Diddy and Phylicia she was very overweight and Jenny Craig doesn’t exaggerate. I lost 40lbs on Jenny Craig and that’s not a lie. Jenny Craig saved my life. Maybe you have some friends or family members including yourselves that probably needs to join! Look at Valerie. That wasn’t exaggerated.