From Frugivore – As if Miley Cyrus’s gluten free diet couldn’t cause any more controversy, Lady Gaga, the outspoken pop-star, tweeted this the other day.

Pop singers don’t eat?

These are choice words for Gaga, considering that she has battled with her body image for much of her life.

At a Young Woman’s Conference at Brentwood High school in Los Angeles earlier this year, she admitted to Maria Shiver and millions of students, that she suffered from bulemia.

“I used to throw up all the time in high school,” Gaga admitted. “So I’m not that confident. I wanted to be a skinny little ballerina, but I was a voluptuous little Italian girl whose dad had meatballs on the table every night. I used to come home and say, ‘Dad, why do you always give us this food? I need to be thin.’ And he’d say, ‘Eat your spaghetti.”

(Continue Reading @ Frugivore…)

  • http://afrikanmami.blogspot.com African Mami

    She is human #the end.

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  • chanela

    but it’s true though most celebrity (women) are chain smokers and anorexic. they have to make sure their thighs don’t touch together somehow ya know!

  • Zaza

    She’s just telling the truth, I’d rather her honesty than when stars lie ‘oh I eat like a horse!’ yeah, whatever!

  • Priceless34

    Dont really care. If these women wanna kill themselves to look a certain way that society deems acceptablr, then bye girl.

  • Priceless34

    Dont really care. If these women wanna kill themselves to look a certain way that society deems acceptable, then bye girl.

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