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Rebel Wilson is getting into the holiday spirit.
The 41-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to share a photo with her more than 10 million followers. The "Pitch Perfect" star posed in front of a Christmas tree in skintight sequin leggings, and an off-the-shoulder top, and fans can't stop gushing over her "stunning" look.
"Wish you were wrapped up under my Christmas bush right now," the Australian actress joked in the caption.
Fans quickly praised Wilson's festive outfit and weight loss transformation.
"You look amazing! So inspiring!" one person commented on the photo. "You look fantastic."
"Congrats on your weight loss journey. You looked great before and you just enhanced your beauty," added another.
"You look amazing and I respect your journey to a healthier you," someone else chimed in.
"You are so beautiful and fit! You go, girl!"
"Love your pants!" another wrote. "All I want for Christmas is to look this good."
"You look amazing. Good job. You motivate me."
Earlier this month, Wilson opened up about her 70-pound weight loss, and how she initially received pushback from her team.
She explained that her team was not initially supportive of her lifestyle change because it didn't match up with the types of roles she normally took on.
"I got a lot of pushback from my own team actually here in Hollywood when I said, 'OK I'm gonna do this year of health. I feel like I'm really gonna physically transform and change my life.' And they were like, 'Why? Why would you want to do that?'" Wilson said during an interview with BBC.
"Because I was earning millions of dollars being the funny fat girl and being that person."
She added that "being bigger" never caused her confidence to waver — it was her health that she was concerned with.
"I was still very confident being bigger and you know loved myself. I would rock a red carpet and was probably double the size and sometimes triple the weight of other actresses, but like I still felt confident in that," she explained.
"But I knew deep down inside some of the emotional eating behaviours I was doing was not healthy. Like I did not need a tub of ice cream every night... That was me, kind of numbing emotions using food, which wasn't the healthiest thing."