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Melissa McCarthy Reacts To Barbra Streisand’s Awkward Ozempic Comment

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Following the viral attention garnered by Barbra Streisand’s comment about Ozempic earlier this week, Melissa McCarthy has assured fans that there are no hard feelings between them.

Taking to her Instagram on Wednesday, the “Little Mermaid” actress shared a video of herself flipping through a magazine entirely dedicated to Streisand, addressing their relationship.

“She reached out to me, and she thought I looked good,” McCarthy said, emphasizing the last word. “I win the day.”

A screenshot captured by the @commentsbycelebs Instagram account showed McCarthy allegedly responding to a photo of herself and director Adam Shankman at a Los Angeles gala, with a comment asking if they had taken Ozempic.

In the video, McCarthy, adorned in a mint green ruffled dress paired with a matching blazer and high-heeled boots, expressed her fondness for Streisand despite the incident.

Streisand, in response to the now-deleted Instagram comment, addressed the backlash it generated.

“OMG – I went on Instagram to see the photos we’d posted of the beautiful flowers I’d received for my birthday! Below them was a photo of my friend Melissa McCarthy who I sang with on my Encore album. She looked fantastic!” Streisand wrote on X, formerly Twitter, on Tuesday. “I just wanted to pay her a compliment. I forgot the world is reading!”

However, McCarthy clarified in her video on Tuesday that the important aspect to take away from the incident was that “Barbra Streisand knows I exist.”

The two stars previously collaborated on Streisand’s 2016 album, “Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway,” performing a duet on “Anything You Can Do” from “Annie Get Your Gun.”


“She’s smart, beautiful, clever, and so talented. Just like we sing at the end of the song — I’m her fan!!” Streisand said of McCarthy shortly after the record released. In a making-of video, she called McCarthy “the greatest woman comedy star.”

In recent times, weight loss drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy have entered the cultural conversation, with numerous celebrities sharing their experiences, both positive and negative, with these medications.

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