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Sarah’s Reply To Trolls For Fatsuit In American Crime Story Is Epic

Currently seen essaying the iconic role of Linda Tripp in FX's hit series American Crime Story (Impeachment), Sarah Paulson breaks silence on trolls trolling her for fatsuit and more.

Renowned hollywood star Sarah Paulson essayed Linda Tripp in new season of FX’s hit television series American Crime Story (Impeachment) focusing on Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton illicit affair wherein now Sarah’s reply to trolls for fatsuit in American Crime Story is epic.

Its true that finally breaking her mum on the same, Sarah’s reply to trolls for fatsuit in American Crime Story is epic.

Opening up on this and also much more, Sarah’s reply to trolls for fatsuit in American Crime Story is epic.

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Opening up on same, in a recent interview with a leading globally renowned newspaper publication, she said, “It’s very hard for me to talk about this without feeling like I’m making excuses. There’s a lot of controversy around actors and fat suits, and I think that controversy is a legitimate one. I think fatphobia is real. I think to pretend otherwise causes further harm”.

Many fans trolled her on social media microblogging site Twitter wherein one user in her tweet mentioned, “I like Sarah Paulson, but [fat] suits are dehumanizing. Hire fat actors”.

In her latest interview, she also added about how fatphobia is “a very important conversation to be had. But that entire responsibility I don’t think falls on the actor for choosing to do something that is arguably—and I’m talking about from the inside out—the challenge of a lifetime”.

She further told, “I do think to imagine that the only thing any actor called upon to play this part would have to offer is their physical self is a real reduction of the offering the actor has to make. I would like to believe that there is something in my being that makes me right to play this part”.

She also shares, “And that the magic of hair and makeup departments and costumers and cinematographers that has been part of moviemaking, and suspension of belief, since the invention of cinema. Was I supposed to say no [to the part]? This is the question”.

Finally she concluded by adding, “And that is an important thing for me to think about and reflect on. I also know it’s a privileged place to be sitting and thinking about it and reflecting on it, having already gotten to do it, and having had an opportunity that someone else didn’t have. You can only learn what you learn when you learn it. Should I have known? Abso-f*cking-lutely. But I do now”.

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