Eddie Murphy's model daughter is urging catwalk beauties to fatten up because she fears the fashion world is getting too thin. In a recent TV interview, Bria Murphy revealed some of her peers eat nothing but cotton wool balls dowsed in orange juice in a desperate bid to keep their weight down, and now she's keen to open eyes about uncurvy models. She tells U.S. news show Access Hollywood Live, "I've paid attention to fashion my whole life so I have noticed, from the 90s to now, girls were a lot thicker back then and I think it was a little bit more acceptable, and I kind of wish it was like that still. "There's so much pressure, and I love that your body was celebrated a little bit more back then." And the sensible stunner is urging wannabe models not to sacrifice their health just to make it big: "If you do wanna get into this industry know that, yeah it has its ups and downs and it's hard, but you can do it and you can do it in a healthy way."