It's sad, the state of affairs of our current landscape in terms of obesity and all that comes along with it.
Sure if it were solely an asthetic thing, some folks would find it attractive, others wouldn't, and it wouldn't be a thing. Of course knowing what we do (assuming we won't argue on this point -lol), being excessively overweight is viewed as a negative for what could be a serious list of reasons - not all medically related mind you.
I've heard interviews with people who at the time, adamantly maintained that they were perfectly content being overweight. Of course after a few years, and usually a gastric bypass, they come clean to admit that they were just trying to convince themselves.
I won't say anything negative about how she looks, because looks are always a personal preference, but, considering that this woman is 5'5 and 260, I think back to when I was so focused on increasing my body weight. At 5'8, and I like to think an ok amount of muscle, when I got close to 220, my knees hurt, I got out of breath.... basically I wasn't singing n dancing all day long because I was happy.
I'm not saying we need to shame anyone, ever, but things like this just seem a little.... off.