Melissa McCarthy insists she's not worried about weight issues.

The 'Bridesmaids' actress - who is a mum of two - explained while she wishes she could wake up one day and be lighter, she has accepted it's not going to happen and would rather focus on the positive things in her life.

Speaking on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show 'Anderson', she said: " I hope I wake up at, like, 94 pounds. But I don't think that's going to happen."

"There's so many other things to worry about. I still worry about it, but I think, my kids are healthy, I've got a great husband, and I go to work every day and do what I want. I'll keep working on my body. I just can't put any time to worrying about it."

However, the 41-year-old star admitted she sees her body as a "work in progress".

Melissa added: "I've been up and down. I've been much thinner since my second baby. I'm still working on it. It's a work in progress."