Cheryl Cole’s Image Used As Light End Of Weighing Scale

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Singer Cheryl Cole expressed her frustrations after executives of a celebrity-themed weighing scales company used her face on their product.

The scales include the faces of celebrities and details concerning their weight, and place them on matching numbers. Apparently, Cheryl’s furious because her image was put on the light end at 112 pounds while on the heavier end was Melissa McCarthy with 252 pounds.

The former Girls Aloud star expressed her disapproval of the product, claiming that she was irritated to find out her image is being used as motivation for fans to lose the pounds.

On her Twitter account, Cole posted a picture of a news article, stating she was “shocked” by the product. She also wrote, “Pls please do not include me on your scale. Girls should be worried about the number on their exam page not a weight scale for f**ks sake.”

If that was the reaction for being placed on the light end, imagine what Melissa McCarthy should be saying.

Cheryl’s not the only celebrity on the weighing scale. There are also British singers Adele and Ellie Goulding, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Queen Latifah.

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