Rebel Wilson has driven her fans wild with new Instagram photos proudly showcasing her weight loss.
The Australian actress posed for the cameras wearing a low-cut, belted, bright blue dress which showed off her new figure beautifully.
Rebel looked happy and confident, proudly showing off her newly-trimmed down waist and toned arms - she's thought to have lost more than 25kg.
Rebel's weight-loss goal is to get down to 75kg by the end of 2020.
“I’m on a health mission, it’s called the “Year of Health for me,” the actress and comedian told Sunrise.
“I’ve been doing a lot of working out, which was hard with the coronavirus restrictions because I had to go out to the park and just lie on the dirt doing my sit-ups,” she revealed.
“Now it’s getting cold in the mornings so I’m glad the gyms are reopening.”
The 40-year-old made the vow to herself to lose weight as part of a New Year’s resolution to scrap her unhealthy eating habits and kickstart a new life.
“I’ll be honest with you guys - with my ‘Year of Health’ mission I’m trying to get to 75kg’s and career wise am trying to get one of my movies into production before the end of the year,” she wrote on Instagram.
“Both of these things are requiring a daily effort and there’s constant set backs - but I’m working hard x.”
“Even if you have to crawl towards your goals, keep going x it will be worth it. Try and give a little bit of effort each day...I know some days are frustrating as hell, you feel like giving up, you get annoyed at the lack of progress...but good things are coming your way ??.”
Just two years ago, Rebel was looking very different and she's clearly proud of how far she's come.
During the coronavirus pandemic Rebel has been living and working in Australia and she's regularly been spotted working out with her friend and fellow actor Will Sheridan.
Last year Rebel revealed that she started her weight-loss journey when she lost 3.5kg when she was filming the movie, Cats.
“I lost 8 lbs., shooting my number, in four days,” Wilson said. “One, because there's a lot of physicalities … but also, they heated up the set very high, to almost 100 [degrees] Fahrenheit, so that we could never cool down.”