Is Emmy Winner Julie Bowen Too Skinny? Emmys Red Carpet 2011 Photo

By on September 19, 2011

Julie Bowen Emmys 2011 dress too skinny
Is Emmy winner Julie Bowen too skinny?

In this Emmys red carpet 2011 photo, Julie Bowen wears a gorgeous beaded gown, which reveals her ultra skinny body. Too thin?

Bowen’s plunging v-neckline only accentuates her bony physique, showing off her skeletal chest. And those arms? So muscular that she’s fast approaching scary “Madonna arms” territory.

Bowen told People.com earlier in the week: “I’m built like a 14-year-old boy. I have no waist so anything I wear has to have a lot of trickeration going on. I don’t fit into girl dresses. I can’t just slip it on.”

Julie Bowen doesn’t have curves and she’s definitely thin… but is she too thin?

We can’t help but think that her dress’ plunging neckline didn’t help much.

photo: PRPhotos.com

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4 Comments

  1. Kimster

    September 25, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    I see the trend of being skinny is getting worse. At least 1 of every female on reality shows is anorexic, & we see them on TV which adds weight. I can’t imagine how bony they are in person. It’s a hideous trend.

  2. Connie

    September 26, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    She looked terrible…anorexic thin…Her dress hung on her like a pice of fabric…there was no body underneath it. GAin 20 lbs. girl and look normal.

  3. Gage

    November 16, 2011 at 11:45 am

    I think she looks amazing… why does everybody have to be too skinny or too fat… People are not supposed to all look alike. Julie, you are wrong… you look like an amazingly attractive woman, with style and class. I would fall helplessly in love with a woman as beautiful as you.

  4. sage marie

    September 14, 2012 at 12:24 am

    She is way too skinny.She looks sick.on the tv series modern family,i couldn’t help but get repulsed when she dressed in any low cuts.She doesn’t look sexy at all.

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