Adele, who previously turned heads with her Notable changes after weight loss, has opened up about being “disappointed” by the conversation around her body. The singer appeared on the covers of both the trend And British Vogue for their November issue.
Speaking to the magazine, the 33-year-old said that her 100-pound weight loss was not about shedding those kilos, but managing anxiety.
Adele, who wore a fall yellow custom corset dress by Vivienne Westwood British Vogue Cover, told the magazine, “It was because of my anxiety. Working out, I’d just feel better. It was never about weight eventIt was always about becoming stronger and giving myself as much time as possible every day without my phone.”
Talking about why she didn’t share her weight loss journey on social media, as is usually done by many celebs, Adele said that her transformation was “for me and not for anyone else”. . “So why would I ever share this? I don’t find it attractive. It’s my body.”
Adele expressed that her body was “objective” throughout her career. However, she was more upset about the conversations other women had about her body.
“My body has been the object of my entire career. It just isn’t. I understand why it’s a shock. I understand why some women in particular got hurt. About my body by other women The most brutal conversation was going on… it hurt my feelings,” she said. US Vogue. The singer looked very beautiful in a green gown on the cover.
NS sky fall The singer also denied “disgusting” rumors about the kind of diet and workout she claimed she followed. If anything, she eats more than before, the singer said.