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Tiffany Haddish is kicking off summer by unveiling her impressive 40-pound weight loss transformation, and her fans are loving it.
On Tuesday the "Night School" star shared a series of swimsuit photos on Instagram shot in the Bahamas.
"Today is the second day of summer. Just thought you should know," she captioned the post for her more than 6.6 million followers.
While countless fans and other celebrities flooded the comedian's photos with fire emojis, some chimed in to praise her approach in displaying her weight loss.
"Tiffany, you look incredible. So many celebrities try to lose weight just for the sake of being as skinny as possible,"one follower commented." It's so refreshing to see someone do this and actually still look healthy and well-fed. This is how you glow up without perpetuating toxic diet culture standards. This is so inspiring. Thank you for sharing."
"Yes, girl! No more baby shark for you! Seriously, sis, hard work paid off. You look amazing!," echoed another.
"Ok, Tiffany! Committing a whole felony on the timeline today," another person wrote. "You look incredible! I know that took hard work."
One person praised Haddish for seemingly losing weight the "right" way, as opposed to resorting to unhealthy short-term solutions.
"I am obsessed with how happy and healthy you look. You're truly beaming in these photos! Losing weight the right way isn't an easy thing to do and you pulled it off. Go off, queen," they commented.
The 41-year-old's post comes just a few months since she revealed to People that she lost 40 pounds since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic by working out everyday.
“I had this thought in my mind that I want the body of Flo-Jo!," she continued. “I've been eating differently, eating way more vegetables, definitely eating directly out of my garden and just really putting in the work, making sure I sweat every single day and staying up on nutrition – nutrition is everything, and I try to dance every day for like five to ten minutes. I think that's really important, too: Make it fun!”