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‘I Used To Cry But Now I Sweat ’

ADELE says she is bored talking about weight-loss and how she feels about her body. It’s no wonder why, either. Since rising to stardom the singer’s weight has always tried to overshadow her limelight – and each time, it has failed dismally.

She set a rule from the get-go. “Even when I was signing a contract, most of the industry knew if anyone ever dared say: ‘Lose weight’ to me, they wouldn’t be working

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