A slimmed down Sam Smith admits he still loves fast food feasts

Sam Smith has not been shy about his very dramatic weight loss. The Grammy award winner lost over a stone in two weeks several months ago. His new healthy lifestyle is something that he regularly updates his fans on with the help of social media.

With the help of celebrity nutritionist Amelia Freer, Sam has changed his lifestyle entirely. Outside of his new diet he also make regular gym sessions a priority.


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The singer had revealed his new slimmed down appearance and healthy habits just two months after radio host Howard Stern made some cruel comments about his appearance.

Sam took to Twitter shortly after to say that he was choosing to ignore the nasty remarks made at the time.

However, despite his positive mentality towards his healthy lifestyle, Sam apparently finds that it is not always easy to stick to such a strict routine.


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''It's really difficult. The other night I ordered room service and there was so much food,” the Sun writes.

''It's a struggle every day and there are McDonald's everywhere. Every time I see one I want to munch down on a McMuffin.''

He also said he sometimes even dreams of tuna melts: 'I went to bed last night dreaming of tuna melts. I love food. My relationship with food has just completely changed."


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"I thought there was going to be this magic remedy where you lose weight and be skinny for ever. But you have to work,” he added.

The 23-year old said that during the process of recording and promoting his album In the Lonely Hour, he saw himself gaining weight and knew he had to do something about it:

''When someone calls you gay, there's not much you can do about that because I am. Whereas, if someone calls you fat, there is something you can do about that.''

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