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Becky Hill Responds To Body-Shaming Comments Following Euros Performance

Becky Hill Responds To Body-Shaming Comments Following Euros Performance

The singer had the perfect response after she was body shamed after headlining the now-iconic match.

Becky Hill has hit back at trolls who body shamed her after she performed at the Euro 2022 Final in a silver, bejewelled bodysuit.

The singer, 28, strutted her stuff ahead of the final that saw England's Lionesses emerge victorious over Germany, winning the competition for the first time ever.

She hit back at a now-deleted tweet where the headliner was told that she should have 'covered up' for the performance.

"Be proud of your bodies! Celebrate yourselves! Show off your curves! Cover up for no one and be confident!" the singer tweeted.

"Took me a long time to learn that and I wish I had role models like that growing up!"

The singer then stated that her outfit wasn't inherently sexual, writing in another tweet: "It's only sexualised if you sexualise it."

Fans of Becky were quick to praise her for her no-nonsense clap-back.

One wrote: "Yesssss. This. You are a Goddess Becky and a force to be reckoned with. Changing the narrative that we all have to look a certain way. Good for you."

Another praised the singer for embracing her curves in front of such a large audience.

They wrote: "Fantastic to see a wonderful lady NOT covering herself. Great body shape and it was fantastic that in front of millions of people you showed of your curves, which millions of woman have these days.

"But the the unfortunate people that frown upon this shame [on] you. Go go Becky."

The singer also replied to a critic who asked her why she was showing off her body, and her answer was a true chef's kiss.

She wrote "i want to be proud of my body even if it doesn't fit into what is perpetuated by society. my curves are mine to show off [sic]."

Yesterday's game was a true historic win for women everywhere after England beat Germany 2 1 to win their first-ever major European tournament.

The win was congratulated by Queen Elizabeth, who said that the Lionesses had set a good example for women and girls everywhere.

The Queen said in a statement: "My warmest congratulations, and those of my family, go to you all on winning the European Women's Football Championships. It is a significant achievement for the entire team, including your support staff.

"The Championships and your performance in them have rightly won praise. However, your success goes far beyond the trophy you have so deservedly earned. You have all set an example that will be an inspiration for girls and women today, and for future generations. It is my hope that you will be as proud of the impact you have had on your sport as you are of the result today."

Featured Image Credit: SPP Sport Press Photo. / Alamy Stock Photo Instagram: @beckyhill

Topics: Celebrity