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


Chloë Grace Moretz reflected how a recent Family Guy meme had a negative impact on her life.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Family Guy Meme Explained

Chloe Grace Moretz is referring to a photo she clicked as she entered the hotel with a pizza in her hand.

Nevertheless, the image was turned into a scene from Fox’s hit sitcom series Family Guy.

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

This character’s name is Legs Go All Way Up Griffin and is the aunt of the protagonist Peter Griffin. Seth McFarlane lent a voice to the character.

But what caught the viewers’ attention was the character’s exaggerated body proportions. As the name suggests, the legs are long, but the body is short.

After that, the character soon became a meme on social media.

Chloë Grace Moretz spoke candidly about the Family Guy meme.

Chloë Grace Moretz talked about viral memes in an interview with Hunger magazine. It was published on September 20th.

She said, ‘Everyone was laughing at my body and I brought it out to someone and they said, “Oh, shut up, that’s funny.”

Also, the actor ‘500 Days of Summer’ said, ‘I remember sitting there thinking that my body was not a joke and I couldn’t change who I was. It’s being posted all over Instagram.’

She continued, ‘It was as gentle as entering a hotel with leftovers. And to this day, looking at those memes, it’s very difficult to overcome.’

The 25-year-old star also claimed that ‘it made me superhuman by bringing layers of what I liked to dress up and take pictures of on the carpet’.

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How did Chloë Grace Moretz rise to fame at such a young age?

Chloë Grace Moretz said she was only 12 when her blockbuster ‘Kick-Ass’ was released.

The beauty Suspiria said, ‘There is always darkness with honor.’

‘Everything has changed’ since the 2010 superhero comedy, she added.

Moretz explained that she ‘always used smoke as a form of therapy.’

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