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Chloë Grace Moretz revealed that the Family Guy meme made her feel self-conscious

Chloë Grace Moretz recently reflected on how the Family Guy meme had negatively impacted her life.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Family Guy Memes Explained

Chloë Grace Moretz was referring to a photo of her being clicked on as she entered the hotel with pizza in her hand.

However, it didn’t take long for the photo to be turned into a scene from Fox’s hit sitcom series “Family Portrait.”

A character based on Moretz’s photo was introduced in the tenth season of the show. It’s included in an episode called Amish Guy.

The character, called Legs Up Griffin, is the aunt of the protagonist Peter Griffin. Seth MacFarlane lent her voice to the role.

However, it was the character’s exaggerated body proportions that caught the audience’s attention. As the name suggests, her legs are long, but her torso is short.

The character quickly became a meme on social media.

Chloë Grace Moretz gets candid about the Family Guy meme

Chloë Grace Moretz spoke about the viral meme in an interview with Hunger Magazine. It was released on September 20.

She revealed, “Everyone was making fun of my body and I brought it up to someone and they were like, ‘Oh, shut up, that’s funny.'”

Additionally, the 500 Days of Summer actress mentioned, “I just remember sitting there thinking, my body is being treated as a joke, it’s something I can’t change who I am. It’s being posted all over Instagram.”

She continued, “It was as gentle as walking into a hotel with leftovers. To this day, when I see that meme, I have a hard time getting over it.

Plus, the 25-year-old star claims, “It takes some of the things I used to love, which is dressing up, going to the rug and taking pictures, which makes me super self-conscious.”

Chloe Grace Morris
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How did Chloë Grace Moretz cope with fame at such a young age?

Chloë Grace Moretz said she was 12 when her blockbuster “Kick Ass” came out.

“Fame always brings darkness,” says Suspiria beauty.

She added that “everything changed” after the 2010 superhero comedy film.

Moretz further explained that she “has always used acting as a form of therapy.”


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