Kelly Clarkson Addresses Recent Weight Loss, Saying She Doesn't "Have to Wear Spanx" Anymore

Kelly Clarkson Addresses Recent Weight Loss, Saying She Doesn't

Kelly Clarkson Addresses Recent Weight Loss, Saying She Doesn't "Have to Wear Spanx" Anymore

Kelly Clarkson, 41, recently candidly discussed her recent weight loss during an episode of her talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show. The Grammy-winning singer shared that the chilly temperatures in the show's studio meant she no longer felt the need to wear Spanx, using them now purely for warmth.

This revelation comes amid a year where Kelly has hinted at her weight-loss journey, including a conversation on November 7th with guests Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush. During the discussion, Jenna spoke about her college days and being "chubby," prompting Kelly to reflect on the various stages of her own body journey.

Opening up about the challenges of dressing a changing body, Kelly humorously addressed the struggle of finding jeans that fit well with a smaller waist and a prominent butt, acknowledging it as a "first-world problem" while highlighting the unique challenges.

While Kelly hasn't explicitly detailed her current weight loss methods, she has previously shared insights into her health and wellness routine. In 2020, she mentioned her fluctuating fitness habits, alternating between intense kickboxing and more relaxed periods with a preference for wine.

In 2018, Kelly credited her weight loss to following The Plant Paradox book by Dr. Steven Gundry, addressing autoimmune disease and thyroid issues. She emphasized a focus on non-GMO, organic eating, attributing her improved health to these dietary changes.

Remarkably, Kelly revealed to Today host Hoda Kotb that her altered eating habits, driven by her autoimmune disease, led to discontinuing medication. She stressed that her primary goal was not weight loss but achieving better health, as confirmed by positive blood work results since February.

Contrary to rumors in 2019, Kelly refuted claims of using weight-loss supplements or participating in fad diets, asserting that her dietary choices remained consistent over time.

The singer's journey highlights the complexity of weight loss, health, and body image. As her story unfolds, it provides a glimpse into the nuanced factors influencing one's well-being


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