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Need to Gain Weight Causing Nicola Roberts to Eat Constantly

by Kathy Jones on December 2, 2011 at 9:05 PM
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Singer Nicola Roberts has said that she is constantly eating, but still finds it hard to gain weight.

The singer feels that she is unfairly slammed for being skinny because that is her natural shape.


"I do have to be conscious about the things I eat. I make sure I'm constantly eating because it's really hard for me to put weight on." Contactmusic quoted her as telling Britain's Star magazine.

"I could understand if there was a problem and I was trying to be really, really skinny, because then I wouldn't be a good role model. But when you are naturally that size, what can I do?" she said.

She also asserted that she would continue to wear her figure-hugging clothes as she doesn't want to look 's**t' in baggy clothes.

"I can't walk around in baggy jumpers to stop people saying I look skinny, otherwise I'd have s**t clothes! I wanna wear a skin-tight dress!" she added.

Source: ANI


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