She’s styled in “heavy girl” garb, right? That’s not a dig at her, specifically, although one assumes the layers are a passive-aggressive slight by stylists or a hamfisted attempt to smother/ distract from curves the singer didn’t have, even while heavily-pregnant. It’s the same styling Jennifer Huson used to get, it’s the same kind of layering on Adele. All that’s missing is an extreme close-up from the chin up, lest any curves sneak onto the cover.
On her life after the divorce: “ was a rough year. Between my divorce and the other things I went through, a lot happened. It’s hard for anyone to go through that in public. But when you’re a celebrity and under a microscope, it’s 58 million times harder. I grew an even thicker skin after that hard year.”
On her weight gains and losses: “Lately, she’s been subjected to cruel tabloid headlines about her fluctuating weight. I’ve been through my highs, I’ve been through my lows; I’ve been through the gamut of all things in this business. Being too thin. Being bigger. I’ve been criticized for being on both sides of the scale. It’s noise I block out automatically. I love my body. My boyfriend loooves my body. My son is healthy and happy, so that’s all that matters to me.”
She’s confident in her body: “I have certain physical features that I favor over others. We all have our areas. When I worked on Burlesque, I lost so much weight that I was too skinny. I don’t weigh myself; it’s all about how I feel in my clothes. What looks good on one person might not look good on another body type. I happen to be very confident in my own skin. It takes time to get to that place, but it’s all about embracing yourself and your body.”
On her same, old stale look: “It is called show business.” - via Marie Claire.