CriticisedÂ for her weight and praised for her voice, global star Adele refuses to obsess about her shape.
We think she is perfect the way she is and makes a fantastic role model for the younger generation on many levels, but despite her incredible talents, Adele constantly finds herself in the firing line.
Although she’s ridiculed by jealous members of the public and media for her voluptuous figure, the singer claims is happy the way she is.
She has a voice and a skill for writing hunting music and lyrics that can get us reaching for the kleenex, but Adele is also a poster girl for self confidence.
Despite being catapulted in to fame with her debut hit album 19, and then later global stardom with 21, the sensational singer will not let the haters change her.
â€˜I enjoy being me; I always have done,’ insists the bubble 23-year-old.
As the media continues to airbrush their stars and create an almost achievable impression of beauty, the pressure to stay skinny in the music industry is rife, but Adele’s larger than life vocals and talent in bucket loads, has proven you CAN break the mould.
â€˜I’ve seen people where it rules their lives, you know, who want to be thinner or have bigger boobs, and how it wears them down.
â€˜And I just don’t want that in my life.”
The star revealed that she has been able to battle her way though the stereotype image and stay self confident by surrounding herself with genuine friends that care.
â€˜It’s just never been an issue – at least, I’ve never hung out with the sort of horrible people who make it an issue. ‘
Scooped up as Vogue’s October cover girl, like every women, Adele admits she still has her insecurities and body hang ups but knows tha is perfectly normal. Even if a women was as skinny as a twiglet and has a bottom like a firm peach, we would still find faults.
‘I have insecurities, of course, but I don’t hang out with anyone who points them out to me.’
The multi- award winning artist has also revealed that she is not tempted by big bucks to promote unworthy brands.
Staying her usual modest self the star tells vogue: â€˜I don’t want to see me plastered everywhere.’
â€˜Besides if I was going to be the face of anything it should be the face of full-fat Coke.’