Kelly Clarkson wants her haters to know that she isn't fazed by their negative comments.
The "Heartbeat Song" singer makes an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday, where she opens up about getting bullied for her weight.
"Well it hurts your feelings more if it's someone else that you like," she tells Ellen DeGeneres. "I think what hurts my feelings for people is that I'll have a meet and greet after the show and a girl whose like bigger than me will be in the meet and greet and be like, 'Wow, if they think you're big I must be so fat to them.'"
"And it's like you're just who you are. We are who we are. Whatever size," she continues. "And it doesn't mean that we're gonna be that forever."
"Sometimes we're more fit. Like especially me. I'm such a creative person that I yoyo. So sometimes I'm more fit and I get into kickboxing hardcore. And then sometimes I don't and I'm like, I'd rather have wine," she adds.
The weight criticism is nothing new for Kelly, who says it all started on "American Idol."
"I was the biggest girl in the show. I wasn't big, but people would call me big," she admits.