She's 5'7" tall and said her current weight is "in the 180s," which is still higher than her doctor would like. "He wants me to be 150-160 [pounds]," Rosie told People. "That's what I weighed in the 8th grade, so that'll be another 30 pounds."
She said she's eating like she's supposed to and exercising, and she added that her relationship with food has completely changed since the surgery.
"They take out two thirds of your stomach – which holds the hunger hormones – and as a result of that you're not hungry anymore. I'll go to dinner with my wife, who's 105 lbs. soaking wet, and we'll order a petite filet. I'll have three bites and she'll finish it."
If she's exercising regularly and eating that little, it might seem like one pound every other week is slow weight loss, but everyone's body is different and it sounds like she's on the right track. Good job, Rosie — keep it up!