Chris Pratt "Might Go Back To Being The Fat Guy"

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Lovable Jurassic World star Chris Pratt has charmingly acknowledged that a big part of his recent blockbuster Hollywood success "is based on the way that [he] looks." But don't get too used to the actor's newly chiseled physique. "I can tell that people are motivated by my transformations, and that feels really good," Pratt says in the July issue of Men's Health. "But everyone should know when the movie star stuff is over, I might go back to being the fat guy."

Pratt may have trained for and completed a half Ironman this past April, but that doesn't mean he can't understand the allure of a good pizza. "My wife, [Anna Faris], wants a pizza oven — she’s going to learn how to bake bread, and I’m going to eat it," he tells the magazine, explaining that for him, it's all about balance. "I love the health benefits of exercising, and I have a kid now. By exercising, you really can add 20, 30 years to your life. But you gotta live, too."

Cheers to that. As far as we're concerned, as long as Pratt continues to be the heartwarming husband, hilarious headshot-having, Taylor Swift-loving proud papa that we've come to know and love, he can look any way he pleases. We'll love him no matter what.
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