“My body has been objectified throughout my career” – .

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“My body has been objectified throughout my career” – .


Adele reacted to comments about her weight loss during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The conversation between Adele and Winfrey aired as part of a two-hour special Sunday (November 14) in the United States on CBS. The program also included a pre-recorded concert at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

When Winfrey asked Adele about her recent weight loss, Adele explained that she started exercising more because she noticed it helped her manage her anxiety. She said she liked having her workouts on her schedule and had no plans to lose weight.

“I am not shocked or even phased by [people’s reactions] Adele told Winfrey. “Because my body has been objectified my whole career. “

She added, “I was body positive then and I’m body positive now. It’s not my job to validate what people think about their bodies. … I’m trying to work out my own life.

The singer, who described herself as a skilled athlete and boxer, said her weight may fluctuate in the future and that she is not afraid to gain weight.

The TV special was a prelude to the release of Adele’s fourth studio album, 30, which will be unveiled on November 19.

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