Marissa Jaret Winokur & Zev Attend The Wreck-It Ralph Premiere

Dance Your Ass Off host Marissa Jaret Winkour, 39, posed for some red carpet pics with her her 4-year-old son Zev at the Hollywood premiere of the Disney flick Wreck-It Ralph at the El Capitan Theater on Monday (October 29).

It seems the former talk show host – who welcomed her sweet son with hubby Judah Miller via surrogate in 2008 – worries that her current weight loss of 60 lbs. is not enough to land her jobs due to the stringent standards of Hollywood.

“I definitely have moments where I’ll go to an audition or a meeting and girls are just so much skinnier,” she reveals to The Insider. “I’m still in Hollywood. I still will be considered a chubby actress.”

Marissa also revealed that she still hangs onto her old wardrobe “because I’m sure I’ll gain [the weight] all back.”

“I know it’s horrible,” she continues. “But here’s the thing … My fear is, what do you do? I have jeans that fit me great and what if I gain it back? I need those jeans.”

“When I was a size 14, I was super happy,” she adds. “I felt confident in my body. I don’t think a size really should define who you are, and how you feel about yourself … The doctor [was] saying I’m not healthy…so I [needed] to change my way of life. But, interestingly enough, there are moments in my life [when] I felt more comfortable in that body sometimes than in this body.”

We also saw some other famous families come out to enjoy the fun-filled premiere.

Retired American mixed martial artist and former Ultimate Fighting Championship Light Heavyweight Champion Chuck Liddell brought his partner Heidi Northcott and the couple’s 9-month-old daughter Guinevere to the premiere. Heidi’s children Trista, 13, and  Cade, 12, were also in attendance.

The Celebrity Apprentice contestant and Wayne’s World alum Tia Carrere, 45, attended the premiere with her 7-year-old daughter Bianca and NYPD Blue actress Charlotte Ross, 45, brought her boy Maxwell.

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