Carnie Wilson: Life, Career, and Health Struggle

Carnie Wilson is an American singer and television host, born on April 29, 1968, in Bel Air, California.

She is the daughter of Brian Wilson, a founding member of the Beach Boys, and Marilyn Rovell, a singer in the girl group The Honeys.

In 1989, Carnie formed the group Wilson Phillips with her sister Wendy and childhood friend Chynna Phillips.

The group released their debut album in 1990, which sold over 10 million copies worldwide and included hit singles like 'Hold On' and 'Release Me'.

Carnie struggled with her weight for many years and underwent gastric bypass surgery in 1999, losing over 150 pounds.

She has been open about her ongoing struggles with weight and body image, and has appeared on reality shows like 'Celebrity Fit Club' and 'The Newlywed Game'.

Carnie has also pursued a solo music career, releasing several albums and appearing on Broadway in the musical 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore'.

In addition to her music career, Carnie has hosted several television shows, including 'The Newlywed Game', 'Karaoke Battle USA', and 'Chopped Junior'.

Carnie has been married twice and has two daughters. She has also been open about her struggles with postpartum depression.

Despite her health struggles, Carnie remains a beloved figure in the entertainment industry and continues to inspire others with her honesty and resilience.