You used to
be called the "unofficial most-hated woman in Britain." But something changed
last week when you fat-shamed singer Kelly Clarkson multiple times on Twitter. You stopped being the unofficial most-hated woman in Britain and it became official. Congratulations, you must be so proud.
other day when you saw singer Kelly Clarkson on Britain’s “The Graham Norton
Show,” you were kind enough to tweet your
thoughts on Kelly’s post-baby body. You sweetly and generously wrote, “Jesus, what happened to Kelly Clarkson? Did she eat all of her backing
singers? Happily I have wide-screen. #grahamnorton." Then you wrote, “Look chubsters, Kelly Clarkson had a baby a year ago. That is no longer
baby weight. That is carrot cake weight. Get over yourselves."
I like how you used the term "chubsters," which is
about as juvenile as picking on a woman for her body not being perfect. A lot of successful women spend their time
trying to be supportive and kind to one another, but not you, Katie. You’re working on being immature and mean
while having worse manners than my 4-year-old daughter. Picking on a woman who gained weight during
pregnancy is like shooting fish in a barrel. It’s an easy target. Good for you
for not being like all those other successful women who are supportive of one
other. Good for you for trying to be a
mean girl bully. Being mean is a different way to be nice and mature and you really went for it! Go, you.
I know it’s hard to believe, Katie, but not everybody cares if they aren’t a size 2. Some people have other things to do.
In answer to your question, Katie—no, Kelly
Clarkson did not eat all of her backup singers. She didn’t even eat one of
them. What she did do however, Katie, was birth a real live human person out of
her vagina. And then Katie, what Kelly Clarkson didn’t
do, was lose the baby weight she gained birthing that person out of her vagina-adjacent body parts the minute she had that baby. In fact, a year later she still hasn't lost it. On “The Graham Norton Show”
Kelly Clarkson looked like a normal person. And normal people aren’t always
perfect. Sometimes normal people are "chubsters."
In our house, we have a rule for our kids that
we don’t talk about the way people look. Kids tend to lack impulse control and don’t always know that strangers
don’t really want to hear that my kids noticed they have a big tummy, a weird
mole or any other physical difference a toddler might want to talk
about aloud. My kids seem to have no problem
sticking to the “we don’t talk about the way people look” rule so why can't you? I know it’s hard to believe, Katie, but not everybody
cares if they aren’t a size 2. Some
people have other things to do, like accept themselves the way they are or spend
time with their newborn child.