Adele Adapted Her Lifestyle to Better Balance Her Career and Motherhood

Grant Boone
May 16, 2020

If you've been staying off the internet lately, let me get you up to speed.

Her comments came after an Instagram photo shared by Adele last week to mark her 32nd birthday. The response to her dramatic transformation has been mixed, with some congratulating Adele and others just getting mad.

To be clear, this has nothing to do with Adele-she can post whatever she wants.

Now Osbourne is adding fuel to the fire. After The Osbournes star remarked that "bigger" women weren't happy in her bodies, fans flocked online to point out, "that is literally exclusively because women like you make statements like this and make them feel like they shouldn't be".

The 67-year-old man said in The conversation This Tuesday that when women say they are happy with their bigger bodies, they are not convinced that this is true at all.

The mum-of-three has also undergone extensive plastic surgery over the years. I am happy for her and everybody should be happy for her, because it was her choice. "Sure, on the surface, ha, ha, but at night, in bed, alone, I was very unhappy".

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SINGER Adele is still said to be "self-conscious about her weight" after losing an impressive seven stone. She says she is shocked when she sees herself within the mirror.

Speaking on The Talk, she said she was never happy overweight.

This is not the first time she has posted a photo that sparked conversations about her weight loss. She must have felt, you know what, I am going to try and lose weight for whatever reason - health, I am sure. But the trouble with her statements is that they're general. She doesn't know how fat and plus-size women feel about their body.

After Adele slimmed down rapidly, she faced a wave of criticism on social media from those who thought she had offended other people by "betraying" the concept of body positivity.

Her new figure is reportedly down to overhauling her diet and dropping to just 1,000 calorie a day. We all have very personal, one-on-one relationships with our bodies, and Osbourne should remember that. Everyone is entitled to feel happy and be respected as they are right now.

She continued: "We look at the metabolic function - is the patient starting to develop insulin resistance?"

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