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Ellie Goulding Credits 'Womanly' Curves To Vegetarian Diet

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Ellie Goulding, English singer and songwriter, has been sporting a healthier look lately thanks to a newly adopted vegetarian diet.

The “Lights” singer, who was previously unhappy with her “flat bum and no boobs”, is done starving herself to fit into smaller dress sizes and accepts her womanly figure, making her health a priority. She said about her new look, “I’m way more womanly now. I’m a bit more confident with my body. I’ve got a belly, boobs and a bum.”

Goulding has been criticized in the past for being “too athletic”, but she is content with her workout routine and feels confident that being in shape and looking healthy is more attractive than the alternative. The blonde beauty believes that women should be applauded for athletic figures. She said, “I don’t think athletic women are praised enough, and that should change.”

There has been speculation that the 27-year-old has undergone plastic surgery to obtain her newfound curves, but the “Burn” singer insists that all of the credit goes to her plant-based diet. “I put it down to eating amazingly well. I’ve been vegetarian for six months and now my body’s different, my skin is different, my face shape is different, and my eyes are brighter, too,” Goulding explained.

Ellie’s figure isn’t the only thing benefiting from her plant-strong diet. We think she looks beautiful and that the animals that she is saving by forgoing meat would probably agree.

VIA CASTANET.NET

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