Chris Pratt Never Wants to be Fat, Impotent, Fatigued, or Depressed Again, Ladies Totally Fine With This

As a female interested in males, I can wholeheartedly say when I first saw fit Pratt in Zero Dark Thirty, my jaw dropped in awe of the chiseled bod hiding under the layers of lovable Andy fat. I would consider that a moment of myself definitely not complaining. Toned Chris didn’t last for long as we watched him yo-yo in weight for roles over a period of years. That roller coaster has ended though as Pratt has finally come out to say he never wants to be fat again.

At the height of his Parks and Recreation weight he was nearly 300 pounds and he was feeling it in impotence, fatigue, and depression.

“I had real health issues that were affecting me in a major way. It’s bad for your heart, your skin, your system, your spirit,” Pratt told Men’s Health UK

After bouncing between dramatic and action roles back to Andy, it was Zero Dark Thirty that changed his tune.

“That’s when I saw Zero Dark Thirty and right after walking out I was like: ‘I’m going to get in shape and I’m never going to be fat again.’ ”

As lovable a character you make when you’re chunky, Chris, no one is complaining; we’ll gladly accept the punishment of staring at that bod. Like, check him out in Jurassic World. Into it.

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