Analysis: Yes, Adele lost weight. But do we have the right to praise or criticize that?


(CNN) – Adele has always loved the skin that she lives in.

When they first appeared with their debut album “19” in 2008, the british singer was criticized for being of large sizes.

After she lost weight, but apparently it was not enough for the standards of some people.

In 2012, the famous fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld he apologized after he allegedly called the multiple Grammy award-winning “a little fat”.

Adele responded back.

“I’ve never wanted to look like the models on the covers of magazines”, said Adele, who was then 23 years old, the magazine People. “I represent the majority of women and I am very proud of that,” he added.

Around the same time, discussed about body image with Anderson Cooper of CNN, during an interview on “60 Minutes”: he shared that he never felt pressure to look a certain way.

“I’ve never seen magazine covers and music videos and I thought like ‘I want to look like that if I want to be successful’”, he explained.

In the following years, Adele climbed to even greater heights as an artist. Also became a mother, married and divorced.

In a photo posted on Instagram this Wednesday to celebrate her birthday, Adele, now 32, appears more thin than ever since we became famous.

As a society, we love a before and after when it comes to our stars. Each transformation of a celebrity, physical or otherwise, often lead to our assessment public if it is something good or bad. But do you praise the current appearance of Adele in any way criticize how it looked before? Or we are simply recognizing the transformation?

And it is not that the Adele thin has not been criticized before.

The above photo of Adele caused a stir in some social networks, in which the people had already been reviewing its apparent loss of weight in January.

It was then when TMZ published a article titled “NOW THE FANS OF ADELE SAY THAT IS THINNING TOO… can’t please everyone”.

The comment about Adele wearing slender came after it published photos of her on the beach in the british territory of Anguilla.

And is that apparently neither can win for losing… weight.

With celebrities, it seems that many feel that they have the right to comment freely on them because we buy their music or see their movies. We know them but we do not know, then, what is the harm in sharing opinions on them?

But the body of Adele belongs to her. The way in which you choose to be is also a concern of yours and is not a reflection of his art, and his outstanding talent, nor of his professional accomplishments. She has sold millions of albums, had four hits in the number 1 in Billboard, won 15 Grammys and has filled countless stadiums, all while I had several sizes.

Yes, Adele has lost weight. But up or down on the scale, it is still a beautiful woman who creates art.

“There are bigger problems in the world how I feel about myself, and things like that,” replied Adele on her body image in an interview of 2015.

Amen, Adele. Amen.