Isn’t it strange how just a couple of weeks ago the Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole told Now Magazine that she doesn’t like her body and has to workout, but now this week she tells a different tabloid that she loves curves and wishes she was more voluptuous? We all know that she is often criticized for being too thin but she definitely needs to get her story straight and decide who she wants to be. She told Grazia Magazine,
“I don’t want to be thin, I hate looking thin. I don’t want to be up and down like a lollipop lady. It’s not a good look… I hate that women feel guilty about eating – just treat yourself.”
Then she explained that while on tour she lost some weight due to the rigorous dancing and hectic schedule, she said,
“I challenge anyone to do the ridiculous amount of dancing and exercise we do day in day out and not lose weight and tone up.”
Later, she continues to send mixed messages when she says that she gets called names but that she would like to have more ‘junk in the trunk.’:
“But I don’t like the thin look. I love curves. I hate the fact I have no bum. I get called flatty batty. In an ideal world I’d have smaller boobs. I’m a 32D which is ridiculous for my size and boobs are hard to dress. I hate looking booby. You can look really cheap very quickly.” She continues, “I’d love to have more junk in me trunk. Ideally, a body like Jennifer Lopez. But I’d dress differently to her.”
Obviously, this young star has a lot of growing up to do.Celebrity, Cheryl Cole, Girls Aloud
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