Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld managed to upset a whole bunch of Adele fans during a guest editing gig at the Paris newspaper Metro on Monday.
"The thing at the moment is Adele," Lagerfeld said. "She is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice."
That sort of backhanded compliment was unacceptable to celebrities like Kelly Cutrone and Caroline Manzo.
"If you love Adele then boycott CHANEL - Boo Karl," fashion public relations mogul Cutrone tweeted.
"Karl Lagerfeld said Adele's voice divine, face beautiful, but she's a little 2 fat - this is why we have issues with these kids 2day - stick to handbags Karl," wrote Manzo.
Adele likely doesn't care what Lagerfeld - or anyone else - has to say about her body and weight.
"My life is full of drama and I won't have time to worry about something as petty as what I look like. I don't like going to the gym," she told Rolling Stone last year. "I like eating fine foods and drinking nice wine. Even if I had a really good figure, I don't think I'd get my t**s and a** out for no one."
This isn't the first time a celebrity has been criticized for her weight - and most of the time, these celebs don't stand for it.
"Mike and Molly" star Melissa McCarthy was the target of a vicious attack by a Marie Claire blogger soon after the show debuted in 2011. Thousands of outraged people spoke out against the post, calling it insensitive, among other things.
Now? She's been more than willing to talk about her struggles with weight and fashion, but Vogue Editor-at-Large Andre Leon Talley managed to make ridiculous comments about her during the 2012 SAG Awards.
Talley's comments weren't entirely clear, but it sounded like he said "your beautiful super size" and "beautiful voluptuousness," along with the final comment "... you like to eat."
McCarthy looked confused by the comment, but Talley added "I'm not exactly a 2 myself!"
Foot-in-mouth disease strikes again!
Former Disney star Demi Lovato went to rehab in early 2011 to deal with issues surrounding her cutting, substance abuse and eating disorder problems. She managed to come out of rehab successfully with a few extra pounds on her frame.
That extra - healthy - weight prompted some mean taunts on Twitter. She wasn't about to take it, though.
"I've gained weight. Get over it.That's what happens when you get out of treatment for AN EATING DISORDER," she tweeted, but later deleted.
"Guess what, I'm healthy and happy, and if you're hating on my weight you obviously aren't."
We'd hardly call Miley Cyrus anything but thin - the former "Hannah Montana" actress has always been very skinny. However, she recently put on a few pounds, prompting mean comments.
"By calling girls like me fat this is what you're doing to other people," she tweeted in reponse, along with a photo of a skin-and-bones model. "i love MYSELF & if you could say the same you wouldn't be sitting on your computer trying to hurt others."
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