The Miss Universe finalist re-sparked the debate about skinny models after being dubbed "skin and bones" by critics. And it's not hard to see why - with protruding hipbones, visible ribcage and skeletal frame, this is hardly model behaviour for young impressionable catwalk wannabees.
Despite being too light at 7st7lb with a BMI of just 15.1 (18.5 is the benchmark for being underweight), the model claims she eats well and is actually a healthy body weight.
"I think that it's horrible... they don't know me, and they don't know what I eat every morning or for lunch or dinner. They probably think that I dont eat anything, but I do," she protested to Australia's Channel Nine. We beg to differ!
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