“Lana Del Rey” is a stage name for the American singer and songwriter Elizabeth Woolridge Grant (born June 21, 1985). Her music has gained a large following because of how cinematic it is and how it explores tragic romance, glitz, and melancholy. It also makes references to current pop culture and Americana from the 1950s to the 1960s.
She has also been nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song and the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. Variety called her “one of the most important singer-songwriters of the 21st century” at the Hitmakers Awards.
How The Internet Feels About Lana Del Rey’s Weight Gain!
Lana Del Rey has been in the news lately more because she has gained weight than because of anything else. The epidemic in the year 2020 has made her life harder. Her weight gain can’t be denied, but that’s not why things aren’t going well for her. When it comes to weight gain, what matters most is how the public and the internet feel about it.
Everything started because of the pandemic. Lana didn’t seem to care about her weight or fitness at the time. I don’t think anyone blames Lana Del Rey for not working out every day during the lockdown. However, no one can say the same when Lana Del Rey came out of quarantine heavier than when she went in.
The Daily Mail published a picture taken by paparazzi of Lana Del Rey shopping for Fourth of July decorations. The Born to Die singer wore cropped denim shorts that showed off her legs.
Her outfit was finished off with a “Baseball Mom” cap, a black face mask, and white sneakers.
The singer who had been nominated for a Grammy seemed to be a lot heavier than most people remembered her to be. Lana Del Rey’s lower torso, especially her stomach and hips, showed that she had gained weight. People clung to the photo like a parasite when they saw it, and it saved their lives because it gave them a sense of purpose when they were going through a lot of pain.
Of course, they thought their goal was to harass and fat-shame a woman who was going about her business, but they seemed to think they had done something wrong by cyberbullying a woman.
The public wasn’t ready to deal with the Young and Beautiful performer’s new look, which was more powerful than what they were used to. Because of this, the photo caused a lot of fuss.
They made a big deal out of something so small, like the fact that many people gained weight while in quarantine, and those who did were usually happy during that time. As a result, they started verbally attacking her as if she were the coronavirus, which would be a good reason to be so mean.
As soon as the photos were posted online, people were mean and made comments about how they looked. Internet trolls told her she didn’t need to show off her thighs and should cover them up.
Others have made the “keen” observation that she has changed a lot, based on her new shape (like a refrigerator) and appearance (like a linebacker). Some of them thought they were better than the rest and said she wasn’t eating like a vegetarian to explain why she had gained weight.
Lana Del Porkchop was a name that fans of hers gave her. Millions of people dying from a deadly disease couldn’t put things in perspective, so chivalry died thousand times over.
In the same month, the Daily Mail put out another paparazzi photo of her, which kept the hate train going.
The singer of “Lust for Life” didn’t say anything back to those rude and insensitive comments about her body. There were, however, some sensible people in the world. Some of them, her fans, defended her when those internet trolls were mean to her.
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