“I would love to say that it had something to do with my work, but it doesn’t. … I have a boyfriend, and if I’m being completely honest, no one likes to be not toned when you are dating someone. I tone whenever I want, and I chose to now because my boyfriend and I are both really into it. But we don’t work out together. We did that once and I didn’t like huffing and puffing. I didn’t like looking all red and gross, so I don’t do that.”
Kelly Clarkson on her recent twenty-pound weight loss, attributing it to her boyfriend‘s presence in her life. And I don’t think I really like this. I mean, what happened to Miss Independent? Why lose the weight for someone else if you don’t even want to do it for yourself? I think the world has a big problem with people who are overweight, and I don’t even really know why. It just doesn’t even make any sense. Just playing the Devil’s Advocate for a second, here, what if Kelly Clarkson (or another celebrity, whatever) doesn’t care about being a few, or ten, or even forty pounds overweight? What if they’re completely comfortable enough in their skin that the excess weight just doesn’t bother them? I mean, why does the weight of another person seriously bother someone so much that they have to go on and be haters?
If Kelly wants to lose any extra weight she’s carrying, she should do it because she wants to, and not because she’s in a relationship. This guy started dating her when she had those extra pounds she’s talking about, and I’m sure he was just as attracted to her then. If he wasn’t—or isn’t? Well. F-ck him is all I can say. F-CK HIM.