Adele, Vogue, and Body Image: “I don’t want to be some skinny-mini with my t#%s out”

Adele’s been getting a lot of attention lately.  Not only for her music, but also for her looks.  Here’s a discussion from CNN about her new cover of Vogue in which she looks a good deal thinner than she does in real life.  Some of it may be a corset, but there also seems to be a lot of photoshopping going on as well. Not that different, it would seem, from the fuss over Kate Winslet’s cover of Vanity Fair a few years back.

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2 Responses to Adele, Vogue, and Body Image: “I don’t want to be some skinny-mini with my t#%s out”

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