Celebrity fat-shaming may make women more judgmental about people who are overweight.
Comments like fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld's claim that singer Adele's a 'little too fat' change people's views, a study suggests.
Adele, pictured at the Grammy Awards in 2017, which is called 'a little too fat' by the late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld – found scientists high-profile fat-shaming changes women's attitudes  Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence is no longer staring at Hungry Enough to star in movie The Hunger Games.
Christina Hendricks said: "You do not put a big girl in a big dress'.
And 'shock jock' DJ Howard Stern called Lena Dunham, star and writer of Girls, a 'little fat chick'.
In the fortnight after these comments, and others like them, women had more negative attitudes toward fat
Amanda Ravary, lead author of the study from McGill University in Canada, said: 'This is what you are looking for in an online experiment which asked you to categorize silhouettes of body sizes and negative or positive words.
'But. It is hard to escape from the fat-shaming messages, and from our research that the fat is bad. " still we hear these things and often do not ask eyelash.
'Prejudice towards people because of their weight is one of the last remaining forms of socially acceptable discrimination.'
The Canadian researchers searched for articles on fat-shaming from magazines, newspapers and internet blogs between 2004 and 2015.