Kelly Clarkson Claps Back At Body-Shaming Twitter Troll

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But during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres back in 2015, the former American Idol victor said she is no longer bothered by the criticism she has faced for her weight over the years.

Kelly Clarkson perfectly handled a fat-shaming Twitter troll with just four words on Tuesday.

But when one user commented "You're fat" Kelly replied, '.and still f***ing awesome' finishing off her tweet with a winking emoji. Fans also confronted the person and praised the Piece by Piece hit-maker for standing up to him.

The singer later told Ellen DeGeneres that she's been dealing with such remarks since before she won the first season of "American Idol". She added that she was considered "the biggest girl" when she competed on American Idol in 2002. Any folks who are calling someone else out over social media with what they perceive to be an insult are just looking for attention and to get a rise out of their target. "Whatever size, and it doesn't mean that we're gonna be that forever", she said.

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The 57-year-old host said he is the last person that would bring up a topic about a person's weight.

We can't help but cheer for her, obviously, but at the same time, trolls like this don't deserve acknowledgment. "Sometimes we're more fit".

Kelly clearly couldn't care less what a random stranger thinks about her weight-although she's sadly used to these types of comments about her body. Like, especially me. I'm such a creative person that I yoyo. "It's more if I'm happy and I'm confident and feeling good. I'd rather have wine".

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