Kate Moss' 'skinny' comment 'taken out of context'

Friday November 20, 2009

An statement on behalf of supermodel Kate Moss has been released following criticism over a recent comment published in a magazine article.

The 35-year-old was condemmed by eating disorder groups after telling Women’s Wear Daily that she lived by the slogan: "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels".

The expression is used on many web sites that encourage anorexia.

“This was part of a longer answer Kate gave during a wider-ranging interview, which has unfortunately been taken out of context and completely misrepresented,” the mum-of-one's statement read.

"For the record - Kate does not support this as a lifestyle choice,"

"I feel like such an idiot," Kate has reportedly told friends.

"She honestly didn't think there would be this big fuss," a pal says.

"The biggest joke is that she never diets - she doesn't eat a lot by any means, but she loves a fry-up and chocolate."

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