Hayley Hasselhoff: Sign The Body Peace Treaty!

Hayley Hasselhoff: Sign The Body Peace Treaty!

Hayley Hasselhoff gets her flirt on with the cameras in this new shot from the September 2010 issue of Seventeen.

In the new episode of Huge on Monday night, a few of the characters sign a body peace treaty which is featured in the mag.

The Seventeen Body Peace Project mission is to open a dialogue so girls and young women can recognize damaging thought patterns and make peace with their body image.

Hayley shared about the scene in the episode with JJJ, “The scene was very close to my heart because it is beautiful to see that not only did the show Huge realize it was very important to love yourself and feel comfortable in your own skin — but also that Seventeen magazine is promoting this idea, and they have so many wonderful stars who support the Body Peace Treaty. The words of wisdom in the magazine really made an impact on me.”

Hayley also attended Melanie Segal’s Teen Choice Retreat Presented by T.J. Maxx at The Magic Castle in Hollywood, stopping by many tables including the Murad Clean Scene table to get products to keep their skin clean and fresh.

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Credit: FayesVision; Photos: Mavrix Online, WENN, Seventeen Magazine
Posted to: Hayley Hasselhoff
  • Kelena

    She is really thin.

    Does that mean HUGE is over?
    One season IS NOT ENOUGH!
    Huge is epic! beyond amazing.
    I felt emotionally connected to the overweigh people and very sad of how Hollywood and society is.

  • Kelena

    Did I mention how stunningly gorgeous she is?
    I like Nikki and Hayley a lot.

  • good-one

    The travesty is that the state inculcates shame surrounding the human body. Guilt and punishment are easy controls of populations. Self-loathing of one’s body is then one of the results, (with a few lucky exceptions); overeating and other health neglect is often the outcome of that, in a vicious circle.

    While the First Lady attacks the symptom, (obesity), her ilk, (politicians) continue with draconian laws and programs and projects to make people, (especially the young) morbidly ashamed of their bodies.

  • kika


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  • Joboots


    Jumping to conclusions,eh good one????

  • a’kenna

    They aren’t doing it to attack people & make them feel insecure they’re adressing the very real problems with the lifestyle. Being obese is clinically an ILLNESS & there are many negative side effects to it including heart disease & diabetes. I think that people should feel comfortable in their own skin & be happy but it doesn’t mean that you should ignore the effect that this is having on your body.

  • jessica

    she is soo cute:)

>>>>>>> staging1