Adele Ignores Weight Critics And Wouldn't Diet Unless It Affected Her Health

9 November 2012, 10:26

The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer says she has always been fine with being a size 14-16.

Adele says she has learned to ignore those who criticise her weight and says she would only diet if it ever affected her health or sex life.

The 'Someone Like You' singer says she has "always been fine with it" and doesn't let it affect her happiness.

"I read a comment on YouTube that i thought would upset me, 'Test pilot for pies', but I've always been fine with it," Adele said according to The Sun. "I would only lose weight if it affected my health or sex life, which it doesn't."

Adele is said to have opened up about the issue in the new book Adele: The Biography which is published this month.

Last month Lady Gaga praised Adele for helping to promote a healthy body image and said the singer's level of confidence has "set the bar very high' for other women to follow.

Adele performs at the Grammys 2012 earlier this year below (Credit: Getty):

TV comedian Alan Carr confirmed recently that Adele has indeed given birth to a boy with partner Simon Konecki, but has yet to name her first child.

Adele is reportedly starting to write and record for her third studio album with some claims suggesting it could be out as early as next year.