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Rebel Wilson shares weight loss goal in heartwarming message: ‘Good things are coming your way’

The ‘Pitch Perfect’ star plans to lose weight. Here’s her motivational message

Australian actor Rebel Wilson, center, watches the women’s singles semifinal between Australia’s Ashleigh Barty and Sofia Kenin of the U.S. at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.
Australian actor Rebel Wilson, center, watches the women’s singles semifinal between Australia’s Ashleigh Barty and Sofia Kenin of the U.S. at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.
Lee Jin-man, Associated Press

Rebel Wilson, the star of “Pitch Perfect,” recently revealed she has a weight loss goal, and shared her motivation behind it.

What’s the news:

Wilson shared her fitness goals in a new Instagram post. She revealed her goal weight and offered a motivational message for any of her followers who need a spark.

She wrote:

  • “Even if you have to crawl towards your goals, keep going x it will be worth it. Try and give a little bit of effort each day ... I know some days are frustrating ... you feel like giving up, you get annoyed at the lack of progress ... but good things are coming your way.”
  • “What are your goals this year? I’ll be honest with you guys — with my ‘Year of Health’ mission I’m trying to get to 75kg’s and career wise am trying to get one of my movies into production before the end of the year! Both of these things are requiring a daily effort and there’s constant set backs — but I’m working hard x”

Wilson has been reportedly working out for a decent amount of time now, looking to lose weight in what she calls her “Year of Health.”

More about losing weight

Wilson said in the past that she lost weight during the filming of “Cats” because it required her to be in warm temperatures and be physically active on set, according to People magazine.

“I lost 8 pounds, shooting my number, in four days,” Wilson said. “One, because there’s a lot of physicalities … but also, they heated up the set very high, to almost 100 (degrees) Fahrenheit, so that we could never cool down.”