Lady Gaga responds to Super Bowl body shaming: “I’m proud of my body”

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Lady Gaga is aware that some less than kind comments were made about her physique during her Super Bowl halftime performance.

But the “Born This Way” singer is not sweating it.

“I heard my body is a topic of conversation so I wanted to say, I’m proud of my body and you should be proud of yours too,” she wrote on Instagram in the caption of a photo of her performing. “No matter who you are or what you do.”

Gaga was trolled and called “fat” among other things after she donned multiple outfits during the halftime show, including one which exposed her midriff.

The singer also offered up some advice in the caption to her fans.

"Be you, and be relentlessly you," she wrote. "That's the stuff of champions."

Her words were hailed on social media by many who noted the multitude of women celebrities who have been criticized for their bodies.

Gaga is riding high otherwise. She just announced a world tour and sales of her music spiked by 1000 percent following the Super Bowl according to Nielsen Music.



    The funny part is that after the performance conservatives came out and expressed how much they enjoyed the performance and the fact that it didn’t get political. Then liberals came along and because they were mad it didn’t get political they resorted to cheap personal attacks. I’m not a Lady Gaga fan, but I appreciated the fact that she sang, danced, and GTFO so the game could continue. Too bad it’s her goofy fan base that actually turned on her.

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