To understand what motivates Jodie to lift heavy stuff, varnish herself and flex rather aggressively into a camera lens, you really have to walk a mile in her shoes.
So I decided to do just that.
I left my dignity outside the studio, stripped down to my pants, smeared myself in Marmite and stepped into the world of Jodie Marsh.
Was she doing as a way to vent her rage? Was she scared she was going to die from this new lifestyle? I asked all the questions you've been dying to know.
Jodie on her new body
As well as receiving a probing from heatgeek, Jodie has also spoken to heat magazine about her amazing transformation, insisting that bodybuilding isn’t a new way for her to get attention,
“I’ve been talking about becoming a competitive bodybuilder for three years with my trainer, Tim. This is where people get me so wrong. When I was at school I wanted to be a vet or a lawyer, I didn’t want to be famous. I got bullied at school for being ugly and that is why I wanted to be a model because I thought I could prove to the bullies and to myself that I wasn’t ugly. It is not attention seeking.
Continues Jodie, “Before I had my nose done at 15, I was bullied about how gross and big it was. I had surgery to sort it out and I got bullied even more. They called me “Michael Jackson” and “Rubber Face”. I probably still bear the scars. Now every single person around me is jealous of my body.”
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