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The ‘X Factor’ judge’s appearance at the Manchester auditions earlier this week became a topic of discussion when she wore a crop top, revealing her slender frame.
And now, Katie has used her column in The Sun to body shame Cheryl.
“A long john teamed with a tucked-in vest is a look I am very familiar with and one I think you could pull off with some aplomb,” she added.
Sadly, Katie is not the first one to attack Cheryl’s weight, as yesterday (9 July), the ‘Loose Women’ were slammed by Twitter users for doing so on the ITV daytime show.
Panellist Nadia Sawalha even likened the star’s physique to “anorexic chic”, adding that she had a responsibility to her young fans to cover up her slender frame.
The last thing I expected was to tune into loose women to hear them picking on Cheryl's weight. Wow #skinnyshaming— Catherine Alice (@Dearfreddieblog) July 9, 2015
I love loose women but calling someone a 'Anorexic chic' is way out of control 😡— Emily-May Lixton (@_mynamesemily) July 9, 2015
Why should Cheryl cover up just because she's skinny and lost some weight, that's ridiculous✋ #loosewomen— levi nicole✌ (@levinicole) July 9, 2015
Cheryl recently spoke out about her body, after being branded a “bag of bones” by a fan on Instagram.
Chezza explained that she had recently been through some personal troubles, after losing her father-in-law, and launched a furious rant at the body shamer.
“I am so sick and tired of it being ok to call somebody too thin or a ‘bag of bones’,” she wrote.
“I would never dream of calling somebody too fat and that they should maybe cut down on their food intake? What is the difference?
“You have no idea what I have been through. Just losing my father in law v recently and everything that comes with that.
“Not that I am or should justify myself to anyone.”
She added: “I’m so sick of people thinking it’s ok to be mean or body shame anyone. And it’s woman on woman. Have some respect and maybe think there may be reasons why before opening your mouth please.”