The in-shape woman happens to be the wife of the leader of France, introduced to President Trump during a so-called diplomatic meeting. Very professional.
Since it’s pretty tough to decide when to comment on the body of a foreign leader’s spouse, Reebok made this handy flow chart of when this comment is all good.
I don’t think that anyone is surprised by this type of rude remark. However, did you know that there are times when this exact phrase is not only appropriate, but welcome and encouraged?
Bodies Never Lie proudly presents to you a flowchart of when it is ok to say ‘You’re in Good Shape…Beautiful” to a dancer.
This sentence is a good thing to say to a student who has achieved a nice line in an arabesque. It works and is welcome when you see a colleague find impressive height in a jump. I will gladly say it to any partner who can get my a$$ of the ground during a lift.
I would say it to anyone in the studio capable of doing this with their impeccably trained, stretched, and strengthened body..
I might also say it to my computer screen when I come across photos of American Ballet Theatre star, Roberto Bolle, but who’s being sexist now?