Carnie Wilson is continuing her long struggle with weight loss as the singer recently underwent a second surgery to drop 30 pounds.
Wilson, 43, told People magazine on Wednesday that she went under the knife in January for a lap-band surgery to lose more weight.
It was the right decision for me and I'm doing really well so far, Wilson told People. It's all about taking good care of myself.
According to Wilson, since getting the surgery, which required a silicone band placed around the stomach to control appetite, has already dropped 30 pounds.
Wilson has been struggling to lose weight over the years, but eventually lost 150 pounds from her 300-pound figure after having gastric bypass surgery in 1999. Before her first surgery, Wilson said she relied on food for comfort.
I always think I am one of the the millions and millions of people that struggles with an addiction to food, she told Fox News. I don't know how to relax, that's my problem. I can't smoke a joint, I can't have a glass of wine because I want 10 joints and 10 glasses of wine. That's my obsessive compulsive and addictive behavior. I've really struggled since I've become sober. How do I balance that? How can I relax and not overeat?
However she gained it all back when she had her two daughters, Lola, 6, and Luciana, 2, with husband Rob Bonfiglio, 44.
Having children derailed me a bit, Wilson told People in 2010. I'm just frustrated with these pounds.
Carnie Wilson has reunited with Wilson Phillips band members Chynna Phillips and her sister Wendy Wilson to drom a new album, Dedicated, which will debut on April 3 in addition to a television show, Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On, to premiere on April 8 on the TV Guide Network.
View the slideshow to see photos of Carnie Wilson of Wilson Phillips and her weight loss and gain over the years.