Newlywed Danielle Fishel Goes OFF on Bullies Who Call Her Creepy & Fat

danielle fishelBoy Meets World actress Danielle Fishel married her long-time boyfriend, Tim Belusko, recently. Yay, right? You may not have heard, because, well, Fishel's not exactly a huge celeb, but I'm telling you now because it's nice when two people who love each other get hitched. Well, most people think it's nice. Other people apparently think it's creepy (Fishel's 32; Belusko's 25) and an occasion to judge a woman for looking "fat" in her wedding gown.

Just before leaving for her honeymoon, Fishel went off -- no, off -- on Internet a-holes who apparently lobbed insults the actress' way after she tied the knot. And all I can say: You do not want to mess with Topanga Lawrence.

Check out Fishel's rant:

 

 

 

 

Amen, sister.

While it is rare for a woman to marry a man who's seven years younger than her, Fishel's not exactly robbing the cradle here. I hate to bring out the old standard, but if a man married a woman who was that much younger than him, it'd be high-fives all around. And the couple met in college -- when Belusko was 20-years-old. Yes, this arrangement might be a bit unconventional, but here's a celebrity who's marrying an average Joe after being with him for five years, and she's getting shit for it? This actually seems like a mature, responsible relationship to me, as opposed to some of the other marriages we see in Hollywood.

And to the people who said Fishel looked fat in her wedding dress: You're, um, not serious, are you? If so, I demand you post bathing suit shots of yourselves to the Internet immediately. Because that's just coconuts.

Fishel, although clearly pissed, wound up getting the last laugh in this whole mess, though. Before leaving for her honeymoon, she left the internet with this:

 

Do you, girl. Do you. And congrats!

What do you think of Fishel getting rude comments about her wedding?

 

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TheTr... TheTruthspeaker

What an immature attention whore slut.

Kate Cooley

Good for her! She's a gem! And w00t for adult beverages and food! Also, she looks completely re-donkulous in that dress. Haters need to go get a life.

Bobbie Scherzer

Danielle is still beatiful as she was in her boy meets World day.  i didn't see her wedding dress photo, but I bet she looked awesome.  Some people are just losers.  I wish her and her hubby the best.

Angela Batchelor

I'm really hoping TheTruthseeker is referring to either their own self or the haters and not Danielle, because I don't blame her ONE BIT for saying what she said.  She makes a good point - people who cut down people who are NOT fat by saying they ARE fat are the reason why eating disorders exist.  That and overly photoshopped models/celebs in magazines.  We are too cruel to one another and expect people to live up to standards that just plain don't exist.  It's extremely sad.

Angela Batchelor

*Truthspeaker, not Truthseeker.  My bad.

D.j. Lord

now the stir has problems with fat shamers and judgemental people...last week they seemed to be loving it

Melissa Rafferty

People who call her fat should really look in the mirror. They are the ugly ones not Danielle.

nonmember avatar Kaylee

I remember wanting to be her. I think she is beautiful. No matter what she weighs, she will always be a beauty. She is in no way fat. No wonder our kids are jumping off bridges and balconies if this is the way we treat them. Way to focus on the important things. Good for you, Danielle, for sticking up for those with eating disorders who are getting sicker while we cheer them on. 'We are what we eat' and we are consuming too much media with a side of skewed ideas over hard and served chilled. Then we declare ourselves the judge of what constitutes healthy.

Surely it is her fault that she is such a thin-skinned beauty, she should have a stronger constitution. Everyone knows part of being a star, a singer, or a human being is to take the constant barbs that are thrown your way and pierce you psyche. "I am sorry for your loss, Mr. Celebrity's Husband," I don't know why she went off like that. I would stay and converse with you, but I have to get home to post my much needed opinion on how horrid she looked, and place the picture I secretly took of her on Instagram. Maybe I will hold out for the highest bidder, there’s a lot of money to be made on these coffin shots.

nonmember avatar sandy

She nailed it: Anyone who is unhappy enough to need distraction from their worries by hurling insults at another person really needs to retrain the spotlight on their own lives. What I simply don't understand is that celebrities dedicate themselves and their careers to providing entertainment for us...and all too often we reward them with nasty barbs. And by the way: I don't know that it is that unusual anymore for a woman to marry a man 5-10 years younger. Seven years is hardly a May-December union; more like May-June:-)

nonmember avatar sandy

Just a P.S.: If Danielle gave accurate height/weight info, she is literally the ideal weight for her height. The basic formula is 100 lbs. at 5 feet: For every inch more, add about 5 lbs. Example: 5'3" would be ideal at 115; 5'7" at 135, and so forth. Gives one pause when we read about actresses who "look great" at 5'5" and 105, or 5'9" and 115. Sure, there is room for different body types, but Danielle is pretty much the poster girl for healthy height and weight. TIme to wake up to reality.

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