They are arguably two of Hollywood biggest success stories but with criticism often leveled towards their weight and not their acting abilities.
But now, Radar has reported that actresses Rebel Wilson and Melissa McCarthy have joined forces.
The fuller figured actresses are said to have banded together to support each other and to try to maintain their weight despite the pressures from Tinsel Town.
Radaronline reports Rebel, 27, and Melissa, 43, are proud of their curves and intend to stay that way.
The pair have been friends for some time and starred together in the runaway hit Bridesmaids - while Rebel only had a smaller role compared to the older actress, but it helped propel the young Australian in to stardom.
'Rebel and Melissa have known each other for five years and there’s a lot of love there.
The pair have not ruled out eventually losing weight for their health but now are content with their sizes - especially as their shapes are important to their careers.
Both woman have found themselves the target of cruel taunts previously, with Rebel turning to Jenny Craig in Australia to help her get in shape.
While she served as the face of the weight loss system, her role as 'Fat Amy' in Pitch Perfect and its sequel meant she had to drop out as she needed to remain the same size.
This year reviewer Rex Reed branded Melissa 'tractor-sized' 'female hippo' when reviewing movie Identity Theft.
Mellisa later New York Times: 'I felt really bad for someone who is swimming in so much hate.