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'Precious' Star Gabourey Sidibe Reveals New Look After Having Weight Loss Surgery

Playing 'Precious' Star Gabourey Sidibe Reveals New Look After Having Weight Loss Surgery

Gabourey Sidibe has revealed that she underwent secret stomach surgery in a bid to lose weight.

Read: From Flab to Fab: The Success Stories of Women Who Dropped More Than 100 Pounds

After trying for many years to lose weight naturally, the Precious star turned to laparoscopic bariatric surgery.

 

Count on me being fine FOREVER. Thank you @people for the first look at my 📚#thisjustmyface 💄+💇🏿 : @audreythefairy 👗+👠 : @themarcyminute

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My laugh is so ladylike and subtle. Shout to my fave photographer @kpegs for capturing the delicate and shy flower that is ME! #snortlaugh

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The Empire actress has been showing off her new body on the red carpet, in the latest issue of People magazine and on her Instagram feed.

Read: Honey Boo Boo Talks Mama June's Incredible Transformation Following Weight Loss Surgery

Bariatric surgeon Dr. Bradley Schwack explained the procedure to Inside Edition.

"You take the stomach, which is actually about the size of a football, and you staple and remove 80 percent of the stomach," he said. "The new stomach is about the size of a banana."

The 33-year-old actress quietly went under the knife 10 months ago and won’t say how much she's lost so far.

She is detailing her struggle in a new memoir coming out in May called This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare.

Sidibe says one of the things that spurred her into action was being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes; she now says she loves her body.

Watch: 11-Year-Old Bullied for Her Weight Starts Her Own 'ChubbiLine' for People of All Sizes 

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