Caroline Flack hits back after weight jibes
Caroline Flack has hit back at Twitter trolls who criticised her for her weight and appearance
Caroline Flack has slammed Twitter trolls for writing "vile comments" about her weight.
The 'X Factor' presenter took to her account on the social media site after last night's (22.11.15) episode of the singing competition to hit back at users who had criticised her appearance.
She wrote: "It's very easy to take a shot at someone online. The vile comments about my weight and just all round look tonight are quite shocking ....
"... Have never said I'm the prettiest or thinnest or even anything special... But thank god I'm not horrible... Cool attitudes (sic)."
The 36-year-old beauty's comments come after her 'X Factor' colleague Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was branded "too thin" by 'The Apprentice' star Lord Alan Sugar.
He wrote on Twitter: "catching up on X-factor. Cheryl is now too thin. (sic)"
And although the 'Call My Name' singer is yet to reply to the cruel jibe, she has previously spoken out against body shaming.
She said: "I am so sick and tired of it being OK to call somebody too thing or a 'bag of bones'.
"I would never dream of calling somebody too fat and that they should maybe cut down on their food intake? What is the difference?"