Adele talks about weight loss and body objectification “by other women”
Adele, who turned heads earlier with her remarkable post-weight loss transformation, said she was “disappointed” with the conversations around her body. The singer made the cover of both Vogue and British Vogue for their November issue.
Speaking to the magazine, the 33-year-old said her 100-pound weight loss was not about shedding those pounds but about managing her anxiety.
Adele, who wore a plunging yellow corset dress by Vivienne Westwood on the British Vogue cover, told the magazine, “It was because of my anxiety. By training, I would feel better. It was never about losing weight, it was always about getting strong and giving myself so much time each day without my phone.
Speaking about why she hasn’t shared her weight loss journey on social media, as many celebrities typically do, Adele noted that her transformation was “for me and no one else.” “So why would I share it?” I don’t find it fascinating. It’s my body.
Adele said her body has been “objectified” throughout her career. However, she was more upset by conversations other women would have had about her body.
“My body has been objectified my entire career. It’s not just now. I understand why this is a shock. I understand why some women in particular have been hurt. The most brutal conversations were from other women about my body… It hurt me, ”she said. American vogue. The singer looked spectacular in a flowing green dress on her blanket.
The Fall from the sky The singer also denied “disgusting” rumors about the type of diet and workout reports claimed she was following. On the contrary, she eats more than before, said the singer.
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