The TV vet told People: 'How insane are you to call that young woman fat?
' the Hot In Cleveland actress said, referring to the internet trolls that have pounded Gomez.'I think she's definitely got her own voice,' added the former child star who was on the 1970s hit TV series One Day At A Time with Bonnie Franklin and Mackenzie Phillips.
Winfrey is sitting atop a weight loss goldmine while Bertinelli is losing the battle of the bulge.
Bertinelli famously dropped nearly 50 pounds as a spokeswoman for Jenny Craig, but 35 of those gradually snuck back.
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Oprah Winfrey has ignited a weight loss feud with Valerie Bertinelli that was sparked when Winfrey invested million in diet giant Weight Watchers.
Bertinelli played Barbara Jean Cooper, one of two daughters of Ann Romano, a recently divorced woman played by Bonnie Franklin.
During her nine years on the show, Valerie grew from a chubby, awkward teenager to a television sex symbol.
But of course she has looked stylish every step of the way!They had one son, Wolfgang, before the couple separated in 2001 and divorced in 2007., Bertinelli confessed that both she and Van Halen had cheated during their marriage.Selena Gomez was body shamed several years ago when she showed off a fuller figure in a bathing suit.She has since appeared in several feature films and TV miniseries, married and divorced rocker Eddie Van Halen, become a spokesperson for the Jenny Craig weight-loss program and written three books. Penney, Bertinelli caught the acting bug and enrolled at the Tami Lynn School of Artists.In 2010, she rediscovered sitcom success with a starring role on the hit show Raised in a Catholic household with one older and two younger brothers, the family traveled to so many cities that she called herself a "GM brat." In her early teens, her father was transferred to the GM assembly plant in Van Nuys, California. In 1974, she made a guest appearance on the CBS drama , produced by Norman Lear.