Since Adele posted that birthday snap, a social media firestorm has ensued. Now, Sharon Osborne has been slammed for her comments...
This week, Adele shocked the world.
And she looks incredible.
Adele looks amazing wow. I didn’t even know it was her— benz (@benz)1588754467.0
Although many comments have rubbed people up the wrong way...
you are trash if you think adele's weightloss is a 'glow up'. she was a queen regardless of her weight, periodtt— zed (@zed)1588872816.0
But let's start from the beginning.
All her albums have been hugely successful.
And things only went up from there...
And that became the song of the year in 2015.
via: Getty ImagesShortly after, she released her next album, 25, which featured iconic songs such as "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)." If you haven't listened to that album, please do yourself a favor and add it to your playlist. You will not be disappointed.
Now, the singer has sold millions of songs worldwide.
But there's another reason fans can't get enough of Adele.
She is known for staying true to herself.
Adele has always been gorgeous, but she always been open about how she wasn't happy with her body...
But, in the last year, Adele has reportedly been working hard to lose weight.
Adele is also known for being quiet on Instagram...
In fact, it's rare if we get a sighting of her at all.
Now, in the last couple of months, we have all noticed a slight change in the singer's appearance...
Adele has just celebrated her thirty-second birthday...
Fans are living for her new look...
Adele just snatched all our wigs, I love her transformation, her smile, her glow... nothing like watching someone w… https://t.co/aDtj7ebLnI— Toke Makinwa (@Toke Makinwa)1588751592.0
It has truly blown our minds...
Lol Adele got everyone & their moms #shooketh #adele https://t.co/M9vS1q1l7I— laythelogic (@laythelogic)1588752066.0
Here is the infamous and very beautiful photo.
Obviously, people have been going wild about her shock transformation.
I just saw Adele’s black birthday dress picture and she looks amazing. Adele looked amazing before she lost weight… https://t.co/0WmW1YuoZT— Uptown Food God (@Uptown Food God)1588777472.0
But others haven't been so kind.
Adele doesn’t look amazing. Adele looks sick. It’s disgusting that the world and the media constantly bully bigger… https://t.co/0eVOt3TdHv— FKA @_KingJane (@FKA @_KingJane)1588763855.0
People have been truly resentful about her weight loss.
Adele has always been beautiful. But losing weight takes a LOT of hard work and dedication. That’s certainly worthy… https://t.co/oj9djgsWQD— driz (@driz)1588842422.0
Many seem to think that Adele has only lost the weight to fit societal standards...God forbid she would ever lose weight because she wanted to.
Adele's former personal trainer called the comments "disheartening."
He has stressed that Adele does things her way.
And he explained that, for Adele, her goal was never to lose weight...
And she isn't losing weight to live up to society's standards...
And the trainer could not be happier for her.
However, it seems that this week, one celebrity has come under fire for her comments about Adele's weight loss.
via: Getty Images
On Tuesday, Sharon Osbourne and the other ladies of The Talk weighed in on Adele's Instagram pic.
And the internet is not happy with what Sharon had to say.
via: Getty ImagesThe star praised Adele for her weight loss, saying she looks "absolutely fantastic," and went on to say she doesn't believe "really big women" are "really happy in their body." Yikes.
via: Getty Images"Because I was really, really big [once] and I wasn't happy," Sharon continued. "Sure, on the surface, ha, ha, but at night, in bed, alone, I was very unhappy."
In 1999, Sharon underwent gastric band surgery, which helped her lose one-hundred pounds...
via: Getty ImagesShe then had the band removed in 2006. "I am happy for [Adele] and everybody should be happy for her, because it was her choice. She didn’t do it for anybody else but herself. And so everybody should be happy for her," she added.
But it seems Sharon hasn't taken into consideration what other people are saying.
via: Getty ImagesPeople rarely wake up one day and think, "the body type I have is wrong." That ideology is taught through society telling us what size we should be or through other people's bullying or remarks.
Some said that happiness and self-esteem have nothing to do with your body.
via: Facebook"Unfortunately in the current day I think too many people are not happy in their own bodies, but that’s not down solely to weight, unfortunately we are living in an escalating superficial society striving more and more for an unrealistic appearance."
Some raised this point.
via: FacebookWhy can't someone be happy with themselves if they are "bigger"?
Although, some had a different take on Sharon's comments.
via: FacebookMany people defended Sharon, pointing out that not only did they feel she was speaking a truth "many didn't want to hear," but that she was drawing in on her own experiences with weight loss.