Working out can be fun for some people, but for American Idol Season 1 winner, Kelly Clarkson, she would rather just stay at home and drink red wine. Kelly opened up about her strong dislike for the fitness world via Twitter on Thursday, Nov. 1, and noted that she still hates going to the gym — even to this day.
“This just in… I still hate working out. I’m sweaty, red, and not any thinner,” Kelly wrote on the social media platform. “People say it’s good for your heart… but people also say red wine is good for your heart. I mean, I’m just stating facts here people. Who am I to ignore science?!”
This just in…. I still hate working out. I’m sweaty, red, and not any thinner 🤣👎💁🏼♀️👀 people say it’s good for your heart…. but people also say red wine is good for your heart. I mean, I’m just stating facts here people. Who am I to ignore science?! #cardioversuswine
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) November 1, 2018
“Can I get AMEN!! #SpeakOnIt,” she said in another tweet. And her fans couldn’t agree more. “Girl, I always say that there is ONE thing worth getting sweaty for and working out is NOT it,” one fan hilariously wrote to the singer.
In June, Kelly noticeably looked a lot thinner when she performed at the Radio Disney Music Awards. But instead of hitting the gym, Kelly credited her weight loss to a new diet that’s based on the book The Plant Paradox by Steven Gundry.
“It’s worked for me,” she once said. “It’s basically treating medicine like medicine and not like candy, and it’s about food being food for fuel and not so toxic. We spray everything [or] pump it with antibiotics.”
Kelly decided to go on the diet since she was battling an autoimmune disease and had a thyroid issue. The diet reportedly made Kelly lose “40 pounds” and left her “feeling amazing,” according to Life & Style.
“Now she feels like she can be an advocate for a healthier lifestyle. This isn’t something she did to get skinny. She did it for her family and for herself,” an insider previously said to the magazine. “She really is in a great place.”