‘Miserable time’ Scarlett Moffatt says fitness DVD on weight loss is her ‘biggest regret’

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Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, 30, recently referred to releasing her own workout plan and fitness DVD as the worst thing she’s ever done in her career. The TV personality revealed that she still receives abuse for the video and that it upsets her to this day.

The former queen of the jungle on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! was at the peak of her fame when she was advised to release a fitness video called Scarlett’s SuperSlim Me Plan.

However, in 2018, the workout plan was exposed to be a sham, as the star had been claiming she lost three stone just from going on a 1,200 calories per day diet and following the gruelling exercise regime as promoted on the DVD. 

In actuality, Scarlett had secretly attended a rigorous training bootcamp where she was on a diet of a measly 300 calories a day in order to lose weight at a rapid pace. 

The star refers to the DVD as the “biggest regret” of her career and still gets upset whenever she thinks about the “huge mistake” she made.

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Scarlett opened up about the scandal on the BoobShare podcast, where she did her best to relive the humiliating ordeal. 

“Something I don’t talk about ever is an ad on a fitness DVD, which I always say is like, my biggest regret,” she revealed. 

“But what people need to understand is, I was so young, like I was in my early 20s. 

“I was working in an office, I was very new to this [celebrity] industry.”

She continued: “I had no representation and it seemed like a good thing at the time. 

“And I feel like I’m always penalised for that.

“And it’s really upsetting because that’s just such a small part of my life and a mistake that I made.

“But I seem to still be getting sh*t for it.

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“I’m like ‘come on now, like you don’t even know me’, and I’ve even apologised about doing the before-and-after pictures.

“Because now I realise how detrimental AR [augmented reality] is to people’s mental health.”

She went on to explain that looking a certain way or weighing a certain amount doesn’t necessarily equate to feeling happier about yourself.

“I can honestly say hand-on-heart that, actually, that was the most miserable time,” she admitted. 

Scarlett owes a lot of her insecurities and self-doubt to social media trolls who have been sending hateful messages to her ever since she rose to fame on Gogglebox in 2014.

She also reflected on how self-image can really get in the way of personal happiness when it is prioritised too much. 

“Now I’m in such a good place and sometimes when you focus on what you look like, that’s all you focus on,” the star explained. 

“I think everything in moderation. I go to the gym and I try and be healthy, but equally I really like bread – and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with us.”

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