Chloe Grace Moretz opens up about a meme with an altered photo comparing her to the Family Guy cartoon

Chloe Grace Moretz has admitted a viral meme has made her withdraw from the spotlight.

The Carrie actress, 25, told Hunger magazine that an internet joke in which her photo was altered to make her resemble a leggy Family Guy character left her with body dysmorphia.

“I just remember sitting there and thinking, ‘My body is being used as a joke and it’s something I can’t change about who I am and it’s being posted all over Instagram,'” she told the publication .

Painful: In a new interview with Hunger magazine, actress Chloe Grace Moretz admitted that a viral meme comparing her to a Family Guy character prompted her to withdraw from the spotlight. she can be seen on the left in the unaltered photo taken in NYC in 2016

Full photo: A man admires the woman in the tiny fuchsia dress

A picture of Chloe carrying pizza to a hotel was posted on social media platforms alongside cartoon character Legs Go All the Way Up Griffin.

“This photo was manipulated into a Family Guy character with the long legs and short torso, and it was one of the most popular memes at the time,” the actress told the publication of the 2016 snap.

In the real scene, Chloe looked chic in black shorts and black heels that showed off her figure.

But Moretz explained, “Everybody was making fun of my body and I brought it up with someone and they were like, ‘Oh shut up, it’s funny.’

Speaking publicly about the moment for the first time, she added, “I just remember sitting there and thinking, ‘My body is being used as a joke and there’s nothing I can do about who I am and it’s going to be posted everywhere on Instagram.”

As a result, the blonde beauty said she’s become a “recluse.”

“To this day when I see this meme, it’s something I have a hard time getting over,” she admitted.

And she added that she was “kind of saddened” by the experience, which made her uncomfortable being in the public eye, although withdrawing made her feel better.

‘[I was able to] I’ve had so many experiences that people haven’t photographed,” she elaborated, “but at the same time, being photographed made me very scared. My heart rate would increase and I would hyperventilate.”

At work: Chloe was spotted working on new film The Ballad of Ruby Salem in New York City over the summer

Opening up even more, she explained, “It took a layer of something I used to enjoy, which is getting dressed and going out on a rug and taking a picture, and that made me super confident.

“I think this body dysmorphia – which we all deal with in this world – is extrapolated through the problems of social media. It’s a headfuck.’

Speaking of the last 24 months in general, she said, “To say that these last two years have been transformative is an understatement, to say the least,” Moretz said. “I’m a very different girl than I was. I feel like a woman now.”

Chloe’s reflection appeared in the magazine’s Celebrity Issue, which also interviewed other stars such as Travis Barker and Lili Reinhart.

Chic: Chloe looked typically stylish while appearing at the 2023 Louis Vuitton Cruise Show in San Diego last May

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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