Lady Gaga has just lost some fans, namely the woman on “The Talk”.
Following on from her comments that she felt she didn’t know why people were attacking her recent weight gain because fellow singer Adele is “bigger”, the show’s moderator, Julie Chen, especially took offense, going on to imply Gaga was a b@#ch.
The shows other ladies also felt that Gaga’s comments were out of order.
Their outrage was born from the pop singer’s remarks to Stylist UK, where she talked about being attacked in the media for piling on 30 pounds.
“Adele is bigger than me — how come nobody says anything about it?” she questioned. However, she did try to redeem her comment saying that Adele is ”so wonderful and I think her confidence is something I have to match.”
A backhanded comment perhaps? What do you make of this weighty debate?
Her recent weight gain has seen her amass unflattering headlines around the world. Now, Lady Gaga is addressing her fuller figure in the public domain by posting photos of herself in her underwear and highlighting the fact, that being thin, is not worth starving yourself for.
The singer, who has put on nearly 25lbs, has launched a sub-section of her site called Body Revolution, in which she admits to battling eating disorders.
In one caption she reveals she has been struggling with her weight since she was young.
“Bulimia and anorexia since I was 15,” she writes.
The 26-year-old also added: “My boyfriend prefers me curvier. When I eat I am healthy and not so worried about my looks, I’m happy. Happier than I’ve ever been.
“I am not going to go on a psycho-spree because of scrutiny. This is who I am. And I am proud at any size.”
We think she is brave and bold for addressing an issue that affects women from all walks of life in the western world.
Her curves have made her a hit with men everywhere and helped propel her to reality TV stardom.
But like many women, Kendra Wilkinson has body issues and insecurities like the rest of us.
She opened up to Life & Style magazine about what she perceives her flaws are.
Most women would kill to have Kendra Wilkinson’s figure but the 26-year-old reveals to Life & Styleshe’s still dealing with body-image issues two and a half years after giving birth to son Hank Baskett Jr.
“My nose grew during pregnancy,” Kendra tells the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now. “My skin is also something I’ve always been insecure with. I’ve had acne my whole life.”
On May 1, Kendra shockingly confessed to her fans via twitter that she doesn’t like her butt and that her “right boob is so much big ger than [her] left boob.”
“I feel like my boobs make me look bigger than I am,” Kendra tells Life & Style.
The Kendra on Top star is even super critical of her bright whites! “I’m probably most insecure with my smile,” says Kendra, who “always wanted straighter teeth.”
Luckily, Kendra has her loving husband Hank Baskett to remind her how gorgeous she is every day! “[Hank] makes me feel beautiful no matter what. He still thinks I’m beautiful,” Kendra tells Life & Style.
Do you think that by opening up about her insecurities, Kendra is more likable?