I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

By Earwolf & Jameela Jamil

What started as a social media post has become a mental health movement, and now a podcast. On I WEIGH, Jameela Jamil challenges societal norms through conversations with thought-leaders, performers, activists, influencers, and friends about their own experiences and stories with their mental health. With hilarious and vulnerable conversations, I WEIGH amplifies and empowers diverse voices in an accessible way to celebrate progress, not perfection.

Episodes

Men's Violence Against Women with Dr. Jackson Katz

Educator, filmmaker, author, and viral Ted Talk speaker Dr. Jackson Katz joins Jameela this week to discuss the language we use when discussing violence against women, bro-culture and how some men are afraid of losing social status with other men by speaking up, how vulnerability is is compatible with strength and power, how it is never too late to speak out, and what parents can do to raise caring and empathetic children.  See Dr. Katz's powerful Ted talk here - https://www.ted.com/talks/jackson_katz_violence_against_women_it_s_a_men_s_issue?language=en
18/06/211h 33m

Marina Diamandis

Singer, songwriter, and record producer Marina Diamandis joins Jameela this week to discuss the difficulties of living (and peeing!) on a tour bus, Marina's four year break before this most recent album, Marina's journey with her eating disorder, and their shared uncertainty on whether either of them want to have children. Marina's new album Ancient Dreams In a Modern Land is out now!
11/06/211h 0m

Upgrade Your Mind with Poppy Jamie

Entrepreneur, host, and mental health advocate Poppy Jamie joins Jameela to discuss her new book - Happy Not Perfect: Upgrade Your Mind, Challenge Your Thoughts, and Free Yourself From Anxiety. Poppy walks Jameela through her research and explains how we tend to have two "radio channels" in our brain - Stressed FM & Relaxed FM. She helps us understand how to turn down Stressed FM and turn up Relaxed FM. She covers the importance of belly breathing, stiff thinking vs flexible thinking, why we are so overwhelmed, and shares the best advice she was ever given - "never waste a breakdown." Happy Not Perfect is out June 8th!
04/06/211h 7m

Natalie Morales

Actor, writer, and director Natalie Morales joins Jameela this week to discuss growing up in Miami, an accident at the opera which changed her life and her face, her frustration the lack of support her sitcom Abby's got at the network, their shared horrific experience with paparazzi, becoming a self-taught director, and her recent ADHD diagnosis that changed how she understood her mental health. Her new film Plan B is out now on Hulu.
28/05/211h 4m

Mae Martin

Comedian, writer, and actor Mae Martin joins Jameela this week to discuss recently coming out as non-binary, their childhood addiction to Bette Midler, the colonial history to gender norms, the ways they manage their struggles with addiction, and getting to act with Lisa Kudrow. Season 2 of Feel Good is out June 4th.
21/05/2157m 4s

Meghan Tonjes (Ask Jameela Anything)

This week, we are bringing you an wonderful episode from our Stitcher Premium exclusive series - Ask Jameela Anything. Jameela is joined by singer-songwriter Meghan Tonjes to answer listener questions about Anxiety around being weighed, dealing with body image with sex and intimacy, dealing with chronic illness and pain, how to deconstruct sex from the patriarchy, female masturbation, and more.  Health At Every Size - haescommunity.com
14/05/211h 11m

Nikki Glaser

Stand-up comedian and writer Nikki Glaser joins Jameela this week to discuss when your worst fears come true, experiences with disrespectful men, Nikki's journey with her eating disorder, the heart-breaking experience of offending Taylor Swift, being sent beheaded rats, and learning to love yourself as you age.
07/05/211h 9m

Mike Birbiglia

Comedian, storyteller, and writer/director Mike Birbiglia joins Jameela this week to discuss what got him into comedy, being a "good person to bully" in high school, approaching "the hill" (middle age), why he changed his mind about having children, and his sleep disorder which inspired his film Sleepwalk With Me. Check out Mike's podcast, Working It Out, wherever you find your podcasts.
30/04/211h 11m

Jane Fonda

To celebrate Earth Day - activist, actor, and icon Jane Fonda joins Jameela this week to discuss why climate justice is so important, her work at Fire Drill Fridays, Jane's experience with her mental health, that to "know where you're going you need to know where you've been," Jane learning to step outside of her comfort zone, dealing with an eating disorder and learning to accept her body, and what it was like receiving death threats and fearing car bombs while working as an activist.
23/04/211h 3m

Chris Gethard

Comedian, podcaster, and tv host Chris Gethard joins Jameela this week to discuss mental health stigma, cover the ways his mental health was shaped by a childhood in a rough environment, share hilarious bully retribution stories, and explore how his relationship with his son has made him understand his father better. Check out Chris' podcast, Beautiful/Anonymous, wherever you get your podcasts.
16/04/211h 11m

A Look Into Tabloid Culture with Dean Piper

Publicist and former UK tabloid journalist Dean Piper joins Jameela to discuss the ins-and-outs of tabloid journalism, and the way it impacts the way we view women. They discuss how social media has impacted celebrity journalism and empowered celebrities, the lengths paparazzi go to to "get the shot," the way tabloid journalism creates "build them up and tear them down" narratives around women, and the ways we as the public should also be held accountable.
09/04/211h 31m

Kelly Rowland

Musician, actor, and Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Kelly Rowland joins Jameela this week to discuss the recent birth of her baby boy, raising young black men in today's America, her husband's scary experience with the police, the affirmations she teaches to her children, dealing with the media as a pop-star, being a dark-skinned black woman in the public eye, and more.
02/04/211h 7m

Michelle Buteau

Comedian, actor, and author Michelle Buteau joins Jameela this week to discuss being a ten year-old drinking slimfast and doing sit-ups, being a "big-tittied superman" for other women, being a curvy black woman in the industry, her surrogacy journey, and what we all need to know about motherhood.
26/03/211h 5m

Jamie Loftus

Comedian and writer Jamie Loftus joins Jameela this week to discuss what growing up with a back brace does to your high school social life, Jamie's childhood habit of documenting what everyone around her was wearing, coming up in comedy and finding her feminist voice, the problems with #girlboss culture, and Jamie's newest project Lolita Podcast. Check out Lolita Podcast wherever you get your podcasts.
19/03/211h 7m

Diane Guerrero

Actor, author, and activist Diane Guerrero joins Jameela this week to discuss the Diane's experience as the daughter of immigrants, having her parents deported when she was 14, how EMDR helped her heal from her trauma, why she speaks out for her community, and what needs to change with immigration policy today.
12/03/211h 5m

Aisling Bea - Re-release

In honor of women's month, we want to release one of our favorite episodes with one of our favorite women - Aisling Bea! Aisling Bea joins Jameela to talk about why women should brag, being the face of loneliness, her tv show This Way Up, the power of your period, and buying a house with money from jokes.
05/03/211h 1m

Angela Manuel-Davis

International fitness evangelist and motivational coach Angela Manuel-Davis joins Jameela this week to discuss how the pandemic is empowering us all to grow, the idea of "not cheating on our future with our past", how her experience not qualifying for the Olympics made her successful today, and how fitness isn't about vanity, but about helping you be strong (both physically and mentally) in who you were made to be. Check out Angela's on-demand fitness company Aarmy at aarmy.com
26/02/211h 4m

Dr. Jen Gunter Returns

This week, I Weigh's favorite author and gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter returns to answer more questions about reproductive health! She and Jameela cover hpv, polycystic ovary syndrome, menopause, and more to help equip you for conversations with your doctor.
19/02/211h 4m

Ask Jameela Anything with Britteny Floyd-Mayo (@trapyogabae)

In this free-feed episode of I Weigh's Stitcher Premium bonus series, Jameela brings on Britteny Floyd-Mayo - the Trap Yoga Bae herself - to answer listener questions about their 5 best mental health tips, how to fall back in love with your body, how to brag well, and how to feel safe in your own body. Plus, Britteny shares a few of her ratchet affirmations!
16/02/211h 7m

Dr. Seema Yasmin

Emmy-award winning journalist, medical doctor, and author Dr. Seema Yasmin joins Jameela this week to discuss immense racism POC's have experienced at the hands of the healthcare system, the ways the healthcare system needs to own up to its past for everyone to move forward, the Covid-19 vaccine and why people should feel safe, the scientific problems with fit teas and placenta pills, and more. Dr. Yasmin's book - Viral BS: Medical Myths and Why We Fall For Them - can be found wherever books are sold.
12/02/211h 4m

London Hughes

Comedian, actor, and writer London Hughes joins Jameela to discuss how black women are not celebrated in the UK, her tv presentation with Whoopi Goldberg, her incredible unshakeable self-confidence, their shared experiences with being bullied growing up, sex tips (ice-cream is an aphrodesiac!) and more! You can see London Hughes' comedy special To Catch A Dick on Netflix.
05/02/211h 6m

Danny Wallace

Comedian, filmmaker, and author Danny Wallace joins Jameela this week to discuss how his book Yes Man changed her life, the culture of rudeness, parenting young children, what its like being an only child. Check out Danny Wallace's book, Fuck You Very Much, wherever books are sold.
29/01/211h 2m

Britteny Floyd-Mayo (@trapyogabae)

Yoga instructor, mindset coach, and all-around game changer Britteny Floyd-Mayo joins Jameela this week to discuss how she is creating more space for people of color and diverse body shapes in the world of yoga, to share a few of her "ratchet affirmations," explain how she has healed and thrived despite years of physical and sexual abuse, and consider the power of forgiving oneself.
22/01/211h 11m

Celeste Barber

Comedian and actor Celeste Barber joins Jameela this week to discuss Celeste's astoundingly successful fundraiser to fight the Australian fires last spring, her relationship and experience with antidepressants, how to quarantine with a spouse and still love them (hint - imagine they are dead and how sad you would be), her delightful instagram parodies of instagram influencer/model photos with #celestechallengeaccepted, and challenging Instagram's double standards when it comes to censoring female bodies.
15/01/211h 4m

Dr. Deepika Chopra

The Optimism Doctor - Dr. Deepika Chopra - joins Jameela this week to define optimism, discuss visualization vs manifestation, explain healthy expectations and ways to manage your thoughts, explore how much can be gained through learning from mistakes, go over why she hates the phrase "good vibes only," and tell the story of her surrogacy journey.    You can listen to Dr. Deepika Chopra's podcast, Looking Up with Dr. Deepika Chopra, wherever you get your podcasts.
08/01/2159m 48s

Dr. Vivek Murthy - Re-release

After what can only be described as a very lonely year, we want to re-release our episode with the former and upcoming Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, and where he discusses loneliness with Jameela. They cover how widespread the problem of loneliness is, Western culture's tendency to give too much space, social media's role with loneliness, and how to foster connectivity.    Vivek Murthy's book, Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World is out now!
01/01/211h 0m

Margaret Cho

Stand-up comedian, actress, writer, and all-around game changer Margaret Cho joins Jameela this week to discuss her experience as an Asian-American woman in the industry, growing up with "aspirational whiteness," her struggles with eating disorders, working as a dominatrix, and loving living alone.
25/12/2048m 22s

Dawn O'Porter

Author, director, and tv presenter Dawn O'Porter joins Jameela to discuss their friendship and how they first met, Dawn's experience having her partner Chris O'Dowd experience a career high while hers was at a low, discovering you are "the girl next door," loving work and loving being a mother, honest conversations with her sons, and her new book Life In Pieces.    This Christmas, please consider giving to choose.love to support and empower refugees in need.
18/12/2058m 0s

Josie Naughton

This week, Jameela is joined by Josie Naughton, the CEO and one of the founding members of Choose Love - a charity dedicated to ending the refugee crisis. Together they discuss the harrowing journey a refugee makes and the challenges they face in the camps, Josie's past and how anyone can make a difference, meeting Oprah and the pope, the Choose Love shops where you can buy needed supplies for a refugee, and how to make a change on a personal and a political level.    This holiday season, consider supporting refugees by shopping at choose.love.  For more information, go to https://www.instagram.com/chooselove
11/12/201h 3m

Seyi Akiwowo

Seyi Akiwowo, Founder and Executive Director of Glitch, joins Jameela this week to discuss what it means to be a "digital citizen," being trauma-informed not trauma-led, self-care for black women, the way's both Seyi and Jameela have learned from their own internet mistakes, and the Glitch's work in training women how to be safe online as well as challenging giant social media corporations to take more ownership of what happens on their sites.
04/12/201h 1m

Dr. Jen Gunter

This week, we are thankful for vaginas, labias, and vulvas with author and gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter. She joins Jameela to answer questions about the history of misunderstanding vaginas, the do's and don'ts of feminine hygiene, how to handle pap smears,  a gynecological view on both abortions and WAP, and Dr. Jen Gunter's book - The Vagina Bible.
27/11/2058m 42s

Aubrey Gordon (@YrFatFriend)

The BMI, dealing with fatphobia in a doctor's office, and how to have good-faith conversations - all things author, podcaster, and activist Aubrey Gordon (aka @YrFatFriend) discusses with Jameela in this week's episode. They discuss how to talk to people with opposing ideas to yours, her background in grassroots activism, the racist history of the BMI, how medicine is prejudiced against fat people, why you shouldn't yell "encouraging things" at your fat friends as they exercise, and her new book: What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat, which is out now!
20/11/201h 1m

Caitlin Moran

Author, journalist, and broadcaster Caitlin Moran joins Jameela this week to discuss how she became a writer, her knack for explaining feminism to young women in bars, how to become a "big ball of love" to a child with an eating disorder, the ways she failed and learned in her own daughter's eating disorder journey, how eating disorders can happen at any size, why superhero movies are really about motherhood, and her book More Than A Woman, which is out now.
13/11/201h 8m

Amrou Al-Kadhi

Drag performer, writer, and filmmaker Amrou Al-Kadhi joins Jameela this week to discuss growing up between London and the Middle East, the progressive roots of Islam, coming out as "white" to their parents, using quantum physics to explain being non-binary, how their drag character represents a more free version of their mother, and their book - Life As A Unicorn: A Journey To Shame To Pride And Everything in Between.
06/11/201h 9m

Shadeen Francis

This week, we answer listener questions on feeling sexy (or not sexy) during quarantine, how to manage mismatched libidos in a relationship, the first steps to understanding vaginismus, the journey of healing after sexual assault, and finding connection as an asexual person, with marriage and family therapist Shadeen Francis.   Afrosexology's worksheets bundle - https://www.afrosexology.com/shop/sexquisite-a-collection-of-afrosexologys-worksheets Bex Caputo's worksheet - http://www.bextalkssex.com/yes-no-maybe/
30/10/201h 20m

Busy Philipps

Actor, host, and instagram icon Busy Philipps joins Jameela this week to talk about hollywood's fat-shaming culture, being the perfect movie best friend, Busy's magical intuition, why Busy chose to tell her abortion story, and why the fight for reproductive rights is so critical right now.
23/10/201h 10m

Jillian Mercado

Actor and model Jillian Mercado joins Jameela this week to discuss Jillian's experience growing up with muscular dystrophy, going from a child obsessed with fashion to an adult woman working in the fashion industry, how she became a Diesel model, that "different" isn't bad, advice on how to date a disabled person, and the need for more representation of disabilities in media.
16/10/201h 11m

Ibram X Kendi

Author, professor, and historian Ibram X Kendi joins Jameela this week to discuss what it currently feels like to be a black man in America, his journey of discovering his own racism, why it is so important to vote, his continual growth in better supporting black women and black trans people, and why he still has hope. Be Antiracist, a workbook for readers as they continue their ongoing work to be antiracist is available now.    Be Antiracist -  https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/667140/be-antiracist-by-ibram-x-kendi/
09/10/2056m 37s

Ibram X Kendi

08/10/2056m 35s

Gloria Steinem

Iconic feminist, journalist, and activist Gloria Steinem joins Jameela this week to discuss the importance of sharing abortion stories as well as protecting abortion rights, the problems facing sex workers, white feminists joining black feminists in the work they are doing, and "hard" conversations vs. the joy of learning.
02/10/2056m 15s

Gloria Steinem

01/10/2056m 13s

Matt Haig

Author Matt Haig joins Jameela this week to discuss pandemic mental health, his ground-breaking book Reasons To Stay Alive and why he wrote it, how anyone with any amount of privilege can struggle with depression, social media's contributions to mental health issues, their own social media regrets, and his new book - The Midnight Library - which is available in the US on September 29th.
25/09/201h 0m

Matt Haig

24/09/201h 0m

Law Roach

Stylist, host, and icon Law Roach joins Jameela this week to discuss growing up gay in the southside of Chicago, going from stealing clothes to attend balls to judging HBOMax's ballroom competition show Legendary, how dressing Celine Dion in a Titanic sweatshirt went viral, how he became Zendaya's stylist, and his passion for giving black people opportunities in the fashion world.
18/09/201h 6m

Katherine Ryan

Comedian, writer, presenter, and actor Katherine Ryan joins Jameela this week to discuss how being a new mother was surprisingly helpful in getting Katherine's start in comedy, a few of her dating disasters, how to raise an amazing daughter, processing a difficult miscarriage, and their thoughts on plastic surgery.   Katherine's new show The Duchess is out now on Netflix!
11/09/201h 9m

Katherine Ryan

10/09/201h 9m

Rachel Cargle

Public academic, author, and lecturer Rachel Cargle joins Jameela to unpack white feminism, processing the pushback Rachel receives online, their own journeys with feminism and race, choosing not to have children and being a  @richauntiesupreme , cultural stigmas around therapy, and Rachel's work with The Great Unlearn and The Loveland Foundation.
04/09/201h 8m

Rachel Cargle

03/09/201h 8m

Neal Brennan

This week comedian, writer, and director Neal Brennan joins Jameela to discuss how Mike Schur set them up as friends, Neal's struggle with depression, if men or women have it harder when they are single, Serena William's disproving Neal's theory around love in one sentence, and his stand-up special 3 Mics on Netflix now.    Song played at the front of episode: I Know - Khushi
28/08/201h 0m

Neal Brennan

27/08/201h 0m

Joe Lycett

Comedian and host Joe Lycett joins Jameela to discuss being single in lockdown, danger-wanks, grieving during a pandemic, why Jameela hates the movie Titanic, his pansexuality, and his success taking on the company Hugo Boss by changing his name to Hugo Boss.
21/08/201h 0m

Joe Lycett

20/08/201h 0m

Phoebe Robinson

Stand-up, actress, and best-selling author Phoebe Robinson joins Jameela this week to discuss dealing with debt in your 20s, how Sex In The City lied to us about living in NY, performative activism, appreciating and supporting issues that you haven't experienced, and her new podcast, Black Frasier, which is out now!
14/08/201h 5m

Phoebe Robinson

13/08/201h 5m

Debra Messing

This week, actor and activist Debra Messing joins Jameela to talk about her struggles with anxiety and depression, the body-shaming she experienced making A Walk In The Clouds, how therapy and medication has helped her, and finding her voice in the spotlight.
07/08/2058m 48s

Debra Messing

06/08/2054m 36s

iO Tillett Wright

This week, author, photographer, TV-host, and activist iO Tillett Wright joins Jameela to discuss his wild childhood growing up in rough 1980's NYC, processing his own traumas from his parents' addictions, his experience thriving as a trans man, and photographing 10,000 queer people for his new book Self Evident Truths.
31/07/201h 10m

iO Tillett Wright

30/07/201h 10m

Deborah Frances-White

Comedian and podcaster Deborah Frances-White joins Jameela this week to discuss trans rights, the process of finding her birth mother, finding fulfillment outside of having children, the journey of her sexuality, and her podcast The Guilty Feminist.
24/07/201h 0m

Stephanie Yeboah

Activist, fashion blogger, and author Stephanie Yeboah joins Jameela this week to discuss fat acceptance, her dating life being a "cesspit," skin-bleaching, the representation of fat women, the co-opting of the body positivity movement, and Stephanie's new book Fattily Ever After: The Fat, Black Girls' Guide to Living Life Unapologetically.
17/07/201h 12m

Stephanie Yeboah

16/07/201h 12m

Catherine Bohart

Stand-Up Comedian and Podcast host Catherine Bohart joins Jameela this week to discuss life with OCD, what it looked like asking for help, the way medicine and cognitive behavioral therapy has changed Catherine's life for the better, her surprising coming-out to her mother, and the podcast YOU'LL DO Catherine co-hosts with her girlfriend Sarah where they ask people in-depth questions about their relationships.
10/07/2054m 3s

Matt McGorry

This week, actor and activist Matt McGorry joins Jameela to talk about how his eyes were opened to the world of activism and need through social media, learning how to be empowered to be a better ally, his journey from bodybuilder to self-acceptance, and leaving dieting behind.
03/07/201h 2m

Munroe Bergdorf

Activist, spokesperson, and model Munroe Bergdorf joins Jameela this week to discuss her experience as a black transgender woman, to dispel untrue arguments against the transgender cause, to talk about how to be a better ally, and to share about her recent reconciliation with L'Oreal.
26/06/201h 14m

Nicole Byer

Stand-up Comedian, Host, Actor, and Author Nicole Byer joins Jameela this week to discuss a no-shame life, exercising for fulfillment not weight loss, quarantine dating, how to laugh while mourning, and Nicole's new book - #VERYFAT #VERYBRAVE: The Fat Girl's Guide to Being #Brave and Not a Dejected, Melancholy, Down-in-the-Dumps Weeping Fat Girl in a Bikini.
19/06/201h 8m

ALOK

Indian-American writer, performance artist, and media personality ALOK joins Jameela this week to discuss all things Trans, gender non-conforming, and non-binary, the problem with those who are gender-critical & TERFs (trans-exclusionary radical feminists), and how to be a better ally to those that are shunned by the rest of the world.
12/06/201h 7m

Message to I Weigh Listeners

A message from Jameela about why there’s no episode this week.
05/06/204m 10s

Dashaun Wesley

Host of Legendary and "King of Ballroom" Dashaun Wesley joins Jameela this week to discuss the history of ballroom, the importance of chosen family, Legendary's controversial announcement, and all the poses you need to know.    LEGENDARY is out now on HBOmax
29/05/201h 5m

Scarlett Curtis

Activist and writer Scarlett Curtis joins Jameela to discuss her own painful journey with an invisible illness, the biases within the medical system, shared anger over munchausen accusations, how PTSD and mental health struggles can happen to anyone, and how feminism and activism changed her life.
22/05/2058m 54s

Billy Porter

Billy Porter joins Jameela to discuss his meteoric rise to fame, what it means to "do the work," proving himself after almost losing his singing voice, making his "Idina Menzel" Oscars moment, and finding his incredible sense of style.
15/05/2058m 18s

Roxane Gay

Roxane Gay joins Jameela to discuss twitter as the internet's cocktail party, concern trolling, her complex experience with weight-loss surgery, where she finds beautiful clothes, and how to keep romance alive during a pandemic.
08/05/2057m 9s

Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea joins Jameela to talk about why women should brag, being the face of loneliness, her tv show This Way Up, the power of your period, and buying a house with money from jokes.
01/05/201h 0m

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato joins Jameela to talk about her newfound love of Harry Potter, the #demiisoverparty, the problem with sample sizes, healing post-rehab, and body gratitude.
24/04/201h 4m

Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon joins Jameela to talk about how instagram helped her control her own narrative, struggling with postpartum depression, the red carpet advice Meryl Streep once shared, how "funny doesn't sag," and building her own media company.
17/04/201h 2m

Vivek Murthy

Former US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy joins Jameela this week to discuss how widespread the problem of loneliness is, Western culture's tendency to give too much space, social media's role with loneliness, and how to foster connectivity.    Vivek Murthy's book, Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World is out now!
10/04/2059m 23s

Beanie Feldstein

Beanie Feldstein joins Jameela in this first episode to discuss playing iconic teenage girls, coming out on accident, loving her body and clothes, and her passion for vanilla cake with rainbow sprinkles.
03/04/2059m 48s

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil Trailer

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil is a podcast about shame - what causes it, how it feels, and how to grow past it. Each week, actor, host, and activist Jameela Jamil talks with guests such as Gloria Steinem, Beanie Feldstein, Matt McGorry, Neal Brennan, Tarana Burke, Roxanne Gay, and Aisling Bea, about their own experiences of working through shame. I Weigh with Jameela Jamil premieres Friday, April 3 wherever you get your podcasts.
27/03/202m 16s

I Weigh Sneak Peek - Aisling Bea

Here is a sneak peak into the new podcast, I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. In this clip, Jameela explains what an "I Weigh" is, and we hear actress, comedian, showrunner, and writer Aisling Bea give a humorous and heartfelt answer to what she truly weighs. I Weigh with Jameela Jamil launches Friday, April 3rd on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen.
06/03/205m 27s
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