Time Off magazine spoke with Kelly Clarkson, where the ‘American Idol’ season one champ talked about the frustration with the subject of her body image and fluctuating weight. “Society is so messed up, isn’t it?” Clarkson asked rhetorically. “I grew up in a small town and I’m so used to everybody having their two cents’ worth to say about me. But even so, no one likes to hear that they’re fat. Actually, when I’m out of LA I think I look pretty normal. We’re women – isn’t our weight supposed to fluctuate? I think it’s good to have people in the industry that are normal and look normal. It’s not normal for your face to look like this [pulls her cheeks up so that her eyes are squinty]. And it’s not normal for people to be 100 pounds unless you’re built that small, but that usually involves this [pretends to snort cocaine].” Timeoff.com.au has since removed the full article.
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