Responding to them, she said WW is more than a diet or weight loss company, "My struggle is not in weight loss."
"Mine is about staying healthy, trying to stay focused and balanced," the 39-year-old star said.
"One of the things about this new re-imagining of WW is it's not just about weight, it's about wellness, To me, it's all about support, you always need a support system, whether it be a trainer, a best friend, an app. Everyone's looking at how do you get motivated, how do you stay motivated? That's the number one thing people always ask me, exactly why I'm here," she added.
Moreover, the 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' star admires fit and healthy people and how they follow their diet.
The intent of the star for joining WW was to show how she is getting into shape after giving birth to the daughter, Rani Rose, in October.
Also, Hudson announced her partnership with WW to PEOPLE in December.
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