The proverbial chocolate pie is hitting Sensa in the face, magic diet sprinkles and all. Octavia Spencer, the actress who won an Oscar for her performance in “The Help,” is suing the weight loss company Sensa for alleged fraud and breach of contract. Sensa markets tiny crystals called “tastants,” designed to be sprinkled on all types of food with the intention of making the eater feel fuller faster, thus eating less. It’s supposed to be automatic portion control, and when Spencer lost five pounds on the stuff last August, a $1.25 million sponsorship deal quickly materialized, tastants fall as they may.
But as with all sponsorships, marketing campaigns hinge on a fickle balance of popularity and exposure, and Sensa decided Spencer wasn’t exactly a trending topic. The company wasn’t pleased with the lackluster social media response generated by Spencer’s dimming star, and began to find a way out of the contract. (more…)
Octavia Spencer, the Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actress in The Help, is the new spokesperson forSensa. Since assuming her newest starring role, she’s lost 20 pounds in five months; weight loss featured in this newest Sensa television commercial. The actress was noticeably heavier when she played the role of Minny Jackson flawlessly; but in these recent images of Octavia it’s clear that she’s either avoiding the chocolate pies altogether or using Sensa to allow her to still indulge. (more…)
Octavia Spencer has been very open about getting a “boob lift” as her first splurge after winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in The Help. “I figured going into my forties I want my boobs where they were when I was 17,” she says. The actress is planning on having the surgery done in November, after she returns from shooting a film out of the country with Diablo Cody.
In an interview with Al Roker on the Today show, Spencer discussed the surgery in good humor. Watch the interview below.
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