Kelly Clarkson may be an award-winning singer, not to mention "American Idol" winner, but her struggles with weight have been in the spotlight about as much as her music over the years. And frankly (despite the fact she's recently shed some pounds and debuted a newly fit figure) she's sick of talking about it.
"I'm so over it. What really upsets me is when [fans] say, 'You're tiny. What would they think of me?' That's heartbreaking," she says in the July issue of Redbook. "I've always been that kid who was chunkier than the others. I don't think it's fair to put that kind of pressure on girls. I'm a very normal person. I'm someone who's sick of trying to bend to what society tries to bend you to."
The 30-year-old, who tells the magazine she has "no desire to be super-skinny," focuses on cardio and strength-training using her own body weight, rather than free weights. But her best weight-loss weapon may be doing what she does best … performing.
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