Whether you’re an avid television fan or not, you probably remember the first season of the singing competition show American Idol and the star who took home the win. Kelly Clarkson rose to fame back in 2002 and really hasn’t left the spotlight since. Her music career skyrocketed and people still can’t seem to stop talking about her.
Aside from undeniable singing talent and rockstar stage presence, there is another thing that people have been noticing over the last few years about the artist. Clarkson has been putting on quite a bit of weight. While we are not here to body shame because we think everyone is beautiful in their own way, others out there have been extremely hard on Kelly.
There have been multiple images put out there that are Photoshopped to make her appear even bigger than she is and Internet trolls have been shooting hurtful and offensive messages her way on social media. It’s turn into chaos and all because the lovely Kelly Clarkson gained some pounds.
For anyone who’s been following the singer’s weight journey, you probably know how Clarkson has reacted to all the hate she receives. The 36 year-old slammed shamers down to the ground by saying she is happy the way she is and doesn’t feel like she needs to change anything to make others happy.
Nevertheless, she has been on a rollercoaster when it comes to her weight and recently there have been even more changes to her body. Keep reading to see what Kelly Clarkson had to say after she finally opens up about her transformation.
[post_page_title]Always bigger than other girls[/post_page_title]
We all remember the adorable southern young woman who rocked the American Idol stage and won the inaugural season back in 2002. Kelly Clarkson was as sweet as could be and needless to say, people loved her. There were, however, plenty of haters out there, as well. Even back then, Clarkson was bullied for her weight. She was considered to be bigger than all the other girls and people were constantly making comments about it. This could have been detrimental for her, but she didn’t let it bring her down.