Wendy Williams Makes A Nasty Comment About Kelly Clarkson’s Weight
May 3, 2018 10:46 By Fabiosa
It’s not a problem for Kelly Clarkson that people talk about her weight.
She was fat-shamed during her entire life. The singer previously commented:
Even on American Idol I was really thin, but I was bigger than the other girls on the show, so people would say things to me. But luckily I am superconfident, so I’ve never had a problem with shutting people down and saying, ‘Yeah, you know, that’s just what I’m rocking. It’s fine.’
Suffering from bulimia in her teenage years, Clarkson admitted she felt miserable being really skinny. With time, the mom-of-two learned to love her body, but she still gets nasty comments about her weight.
The recent one comes from a TV host Wendy Williams.
On Tuesday, Williams was talking about the alleged sex cult NXIVM on her show. During the discussion, she mocked Kelly Clarkson‘s weight.
When discovering that Smallville actress Allison Mack was accused of trying to recruit female celebrities, including Clarkson, into the cult, which allegedly forced women to consume only 800 calories per day, the TV host said:
Kelly Clarkson ain’t going nowhere for an 800-calorie-a-day diet, OK? Seriously?
The audience laughed and cheered, but the CNN entertainment reporter Chloe Melas, who updated Williams on the NXIVM on-air, looked visibly uncomfortable after hearing her nasty comment.
Allison Mack reportedly sent messages on Twitter to both Clarkson and Harry Potter star Emma Watson back in 2016, inviting them to chat about an “amazing women’s movement”.
None of the women responded to her tweets.