Adele Fires Back At Critics After 100-Pound Weight Loss: 'It's Not My Job To Validate How People Feel'

When you think of Adele, you can't help but think of many things: The beauty. The talent. The undeniable legend. The one singer who deserves the credit she receives. Adele is not only insanely talented, humble, and genuine, but she's also gorgeous.

As fans know, the songstress has undergone a body transformation over the past few years. After months of critiques, the 33-year-old is speaking out against those who have said negative things about her body.

Adele is notoriously private, especially on social media.

Fans went years with just a few photo updates from the songstress until this year, when it was announced her first album in 6 years "30" was set to be released on November 19th.

Last month, Adele spoke publicly about her weight-loss transformation for the first time ever with "Vogue."

"My body’s been objectified my entire career," the 33-year-old explained, as per People. "It’s not just now. I understand why it’s a shock."

"I understand why some women especially were hurt. Visually I represented a lot of women. But I’m still the same person," she insisted.

"And the worst part of the whole thing was that the most brutal conversations were being had by other women about my body," she added.

"I was very [explective] disappointed with that. That hurt my feelings."

She continued: "People are shocked because I didn't share my 'journey'. They're used to people documenting everything on Instagram, and most people in my position would get a big deal with a diet brand. I couldn't give a flying [explective]."

As for her diet, Adele told "Vogue" she didn't do anything special.

"I think one of the reasons people lost the plot was because actually, it was over a two-year period," she explained. "It was because of my anxiety. Working out, I would just feel better."

"It was never about losing weight, it was always about becoming strong and giving myself as much time every day without my phone."

"I got quite addicted to it," she admitted. "I work out two or three times a day."

While many people found Adele's story inspirational, others found it to be an attack by someone who once represented them.

It's no secret a lot of fans felt hurt after seeing Adele was longer a plus-sized representation of women in the music industry.

The criticism hasn't stopped and now, the songstress is saying her peace once and for all.

During a candid with Oprah Winfrey in a new, tell-all interview for CBS, Adele addressed the criticism.

"I’m not shocked or even fazed by it, because my body has been objectified my entire career," Adele said on Sunday night, as per Self.

"I'm either too big or I'm either too small. I’m either hot or I’m either not, whatever."

She went on address claims that she is no longer the body-positive activist she once was — "I was body positive then, and I’m body positive now," Adele said.

"But it’s not my job to validate how people feel about their bodies."

"I feel bad that it’s made anyone feel horrible about themselves," she added. "But that’s not my job. I can't—I’m trying to sort my own life out. I can’t add another worry and another thing to try and nail. I can't."

Adele has always been beautiful, and we're glad she's been putting herself and her happiness first!

h/t: Self