Celine Dion shut down haters criticizing her weight loss in the most casual way.


Celine Dion is living her best life and DGAF what other people have to say about it.

The singer, will turn 51 in March, was recently spotted at sport a slimmer frame at Paris Fashion Week, inspiring fans to call her out for it on social media.

“Hello Celine I fret, I too lost weight, but please eat, enjoy it and you will look even more greater than how you are right now…” posted one fan .

“Fantastic my dear as usual. But I’m a little fretted bout’ your health, sometimes you look too much skinny and weak. And tired. Are you ok, hunny? “posted another. But Dion thinks that if you don’t have anything nice to say, you shouldn’t say anything at all.

Dion refuses to be skinny shamed. Instead, she insists her appearance is just Celine doing Celine, and if you don’t like it, then tough.

“If I like it, I don’t want to talk about it. Don’t bother. Don’t take a picture. If you like it, I’ll be there. If you don’t, leave me alone, ” said Dion when she recently spoke to Dan Wooten in an interview with TheSun regarding the comments about her figure. Dion certainly knows the high road is the best road.

Body shaming is body dishonor , no matter what someone’s weight is.

And if fans are legitimately worried that something is wrong with Dion, calling her out on social media isn’t going to solve the problem.

Nobody needs to be told they should eat something, and nobody should be called out for their dress sizing, regardless of what size they wear.


Dion has also been rocking bolder, sexier style options, which has also brought out the haters. But Dion says she’s only wearing what induces her“feel attractive, ” and we’re here for it.

“The way that we used to work before was more conservative. I’m doing this for me. I want to feel strong, beautiful, feminine and sexy, ” said Dion. Dion has also recently launched a gender-neutral children’s clothing line, which she says hopes will “encourage a dialogue of equality and possibility.”

At half a century old, Dion says she’s “having a second wind, ” proving that getting older doesn’t mean you have to stop living. “I feel that now I have a voice, which is kinda weird as that’s whatI’ve been doing all my life — use my voice, but in singing and performing, ” Dionhas said. “But I use my voice as well for things that I prefer I wishing to and things that I supposed to say to my squad I don’t want to do.” Truly an inspiration!

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Jameela Jamil just called out Khloe Kardashian for promoting dangerous beauty criteria.

What you see isn’t always what you get, especially on Instagram. Celebrities who post fit photos of themselves while shilling diet products did not get that route because of the diet product.

When celebrities ignore the fact they got into shape with the help of personal trainers, healthy eating, and good old way Photoshop, they unwittingly promote unhealthy eating habits. When Khloe Kardashian posted a photo of her bare midriff with an ad for Flat Tummy Tea meal replacement shakes, she got called out for doing just that.

The Good Place actress and body positivity activist Jameela Jamil set Kardashian on explosion, calling Kardashian irresponsible for promoting both the shake and an unhealthy standard of beauty to her 89 -plus millionInstagram adherents.

“If you’re too irresponsible to: a) own up to the fact that you have a personal trainer, nutritionist, probable cook, and a surgeon to achieve your aesthetic, rather than this laxative product … and b) tell them the side effects of this non-FDA approved product, that most doctors are saying isn’t healthy, ” Jamil wrote in a comment on Kardashian’s post.

Jamil pointed out that drinking FlatTummy Tea “re a long way from” the healthiest way to lose weight, listing the tea’s gnarly side effects. “Possible Flat Tummy Tea side effects are cramping, belly pains, diarrhea and dehydration … then I guess I have to, ” added Jamil.

Photo by Charley Gallay/ Getty Images

Umm … You get diarrhea, but you also get a flat belly? Thanks, but no thanks.

Jamil finished out her comment by asking Kardashian to do better. She’s a role model, after all.

“It’s incredibly awful that this industry bullied you until you became this fixated on your appearance. That’s the media’s fault, ” she wrote. “But now pleases don’t put that back into the world, and hurt other girls, the way you have been hurt. You’re a smart female. Be smarter than this.”

This isn’t the first time Jamil called out a celebrity for promoting potentially dangerous diet products while failing to mention the help they get to look a specific route. Jamil tweeted photos of celebrities advertising diet products, with the caption, “Give us the discount codes to your nutritionists, personal chefs, personal trainers, air brushers and plastic surgeons you bloody liars.”

Celebrities are often in amazing shape, and it’s not because they drink meal replacings. Like Jamil said, it’s irresponsible to induce people guess buying a detox drink is all you need to do to look as good as a Kardashian. When will we see #sponcon for simply feeling good about yourself the route you are?

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Bumbling daddy commercials are cringeworthy. So the U.K.’s doing something about them.

Thanks to new advertising regulations, you won’t be seeing the clueless dad tropes on British TV.

You know the type. Mom’s on a trip/ taking a rest day/ somehow escaped from the Stepford wives and left Dad ( gasp !) to take care of the chores. He bumbles around the house, burning dinner, and acting as if the laundry machine were impossible alien technology.

So let me get this straight-out, you set this “clo-thing” in the “ham-per? ” Photo from iStock.

Well, there’ll be no more of that nonsense. New regulations proposed by the U.K.’s Advertising Standards Agency will nix dated gender stereotypes in television commercials. Advertisers will face tougher guidelines around images of diaper-phobic papas or glorified-maid moms.

The agency won’t prohibit all stereotypes they point out it’d be “inappropriate and unrealistic” to try to wipe out traditionally gendered imagery but they do want to change some of the cringeworthy gendered stereotypes we’re used to seeing in ads.

Basically, if a mop company wants to have a daddy in their commercial, he’s going to have to act as if he’s actually watched a mop before .

These new rules came after a review following a controversial 2015 “beach body” ad and, if adopted, would go into impact next year, as the BBC reports.

A single ad, image, or tale isn’t itself a problem, but it can get overwhelming when every single newspaper towel, mop, or diaper company seems to fall back on the same old tropes.

Research hints that these kinds of stereotypes can actually affect people in real life. The agency hopes that guiding advertisers away from them might in turn have real world benefits.

The United Kingdom notably has stronger limitations on what can appear on Tv compared with the United States.

But the best reason to wave goodbye to those old ads might be that they just don’t match the real world anymore .

Men who change diapers or take their kids to the park aren’t chipping in or babysitting. They’re being fathers. And the idea that Mom is destined to be the sole housekeeper is something better left in the 1950 s and on ‘5 0s television.

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This woman’s viral tweet about ‘dropping 200 pounds’ doublings as relationship advice.

Relationship pro tip-off# 1: Don’t call your partner “disgusting.”

As she tells it, after Miranda Baker’s boyfriend called her “disgusting and unattractive, ” she decided it was time to lose some weight — about 200 very specific pounds of it. On Nov. 12, the 18 -year-old Iowa State University student tweeted, “After getting called disgusting last night, I successfully fell 200 lbs !!( Before and after pics ). “

Screenshot( edited to blur) via Mandy_Rose9 9/ Twitter.

The before picture showed the couple together. The after was the same photo, with him cropped out of it.

Life’s merely too short to spend with people who don’t value you for who you are.

“The way you were acting today was disgusting and unattractive, ” Baker quotes her( now ex) boyfriend as telling her after they spent the working day together at a tailgate. That’s when she tells she ricochetted, deciding that her time was better spend with her friends than with a guy who’d say something like that to her.

“I was done with him, ” she explains in a Twitter direct message. Then, according to Baker, “about an hour later he called me, screaming at me to apologize for leaving him! I said i will not apologize for leaving you after you called me disgusting and unattractive.”

It nearly goes without saying, but losing weight doesn’t necessarily entail getting healthier, and generally we roll our eyes at weight loss as any sort of relationship advice (# AllBodiesAreGoodBodies ). But when it comes to losing 200 pounds the way Baker did, that’s a special exception; dropping a person who treats you like garbage is by far the healthiest route to lose weight.

Find someone who likes you for you , for all your flaws and oddities. If they can’t do that, they should hit the road.

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