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:''There are always things that happen that come up that bum you out, but at the same time you've got to recognise at some point though, that it's made you who you are. You are thankful and I'm a very strong individual. I'm very confident and I've been forced to find that in myself. I've been forced to at a very early age. At some point, I say thank you to my father, who passed away last year. But I thank him as I wouldn't have been able to be all that I am right now without all of that. So, you just take your cards you're dealt, and you do the best you can with them.''<ref name=glamour>Dall'intervista di Josh Smith, ''[https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/kelly-clarkson-interview-2020 Kelly Clarkson reveals people put images of naked women in front of her & said 'this is what you're competing with' in a body shaming act]'', ''glamourmagazine.com'', 16 giugno 2020.</ref>
 
*{{NDR|Sulla pressione mediatica riguardante l'[[Body shaming|aspetto fisico]] delle cantanti donne}} Ho avuto questa discussione con molte donne dell'industria. In realtà sentivo più la pressione delle persone quando ero magra, quando ero davvero magra e non super sana perché ero solo stanca di lavorare così duramente e non mantenere abitudini sane. Ma ho sentito più e più pressione. Mi ponevano riviste davanti e "Questo è ciò con cui stai competendo e dobbiamo superarlo". Non posso competere con quello. Non è nemmeno la mia immagine. Non è quello che sono. È quello che sono loro. Siamo tutte diverse e va bene. Ho combattuto maggiormente quando ero più magra rispetto ad adesso, perché ora entro e li guardo come, "Ti sfido a dire qualcosa. Sono felice nella mia vita. Lavorerò su di me con i miei tempi!".
:''I've had this discussion with many females in the industry. I felt more pressure from people actually when I was thin, when I was really thin and not super healthy because I just was worn out, just working so hard and not keeping healthy habits. But I felt more pressure. It was more of magazines shoved in front of you and, "This is what you're competing with and we've got to compete with it." I can't compete with that. That's not even my image. That's not who I am. That's who they are. We're all different and it's okay. I fought more when I was thinner than I do now, because now I just walk in and I just look at them like, "I dare you to say something. I'm happy in my life. I'll work on me in my time!".''<ref name=glamour/>
 
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