Kelly Clarkson does not care if people think she needs to lose weight. Kelly Clarkson already addressed the fat-shaming comments Katie Hopkins made on her Twitter page (she doesn't care!). And Kelly Clarkson probably does not need you to come up to her and be the prick in her balloon by asking, "Hey Kelly, wasn't it a bummer when that British television personality nobody gives a shit about called you fat on Twitter? That sucked, huh?"
Having said all of that, Kelly Clarkson went on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and answered the same old "How does it feel being called fat?" question she's been answering for years.
"I love how people think that's new," Clarkson said about the criticism she gets. "Like, welcome to the past 13 years!"
"I think what hurts my feelings for people is when I'll have a meet and greet after the show and a girl whose, like, bigger than me will be in the meet and greet and be like, 'Oh, God!' And they'll say, 'If they think you're big I must be so fat to them.'", Clarkson added. "It's like, you just are who you are. We are who we are—whatever size. It doesn't mean that we're gonna be that forever. That's the thing! Sometimes we're more fit. Like, especially me. I'm such a creative person that I yo-yo. Sometimes I'm more fit and I get into kickboxing hardcore. And then sometimes I don't and I'm like, 'I'd rather have wine.'"
TL;DR: Kelly doesn't care if people call her fat--not two years ago, not now, not ever.
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