Canadian meteorologist Kelsey McEwen hits back at Body Shamer

Canadian TV personality Kelsey McEwen hits back at Body Shamer on Twitter.  via Instagram/ @kelseymcewen

Kelsey McEwen body-shamed them on Twitter. (Photo via Instagram/ @kelseymcewen)

Kelsey McEwen once again puts the bodyshamers in their place.

On Tuesday, the Canadian meteorologist from CTV’s “Your Morning” shared a message on Twitterresponding to a negative comment about his appearance on the air that morning.

“Welcome @KelseyMcEwen #WeatherGirl from @YourMorning,” the comment read. “How come none of your cohorts told you #PantyLines #CamelToe #BubbleButt #RedIsNotYourFriend.”

McEwen responded to the tweet, letting the commenter know she felt “no shame” about her appearance.

“Listen, I own my body, camel toe and bubble butt included,” she said. writing. Your words bring me no shame. Your feelings about my body and my outfit are an issue for you, not me. And red? Red is (fire). The only thing that’s not my friend here is you.”

In the comments, fans rallied behind McEwen and praised her for standing up for herself.

“Well, when I was at the gym this morning, I saw you on TV and thought you looked great. Go ahead girl and wear whatever you want!” a Twitter user writing.

“Well done Kelsey! Well said!” commented another.

“Go girl!” someone else added.

A person share: “It sickens me that female reporters and reporters still have to put up with this shit. Keep up the amazing work you are doing Kelsey.”

This isn’t the first time McEwen has hit back at a body-shamer. When she was pregnant in 2017, she hit back at a viewer who criticized her “disgusting” and “tight” clothes.

“When what a 34 week pregnant woman is wearing is what anyone finds ‘disgusting’ in this world…it’s time to check your priorities,” she wrote at the time.

The meteorologist is also open about the impacts of social media and filters.

Last August, she took to her Instagram Story to show off what she looks like with and without a filter.

Kelsey McEwen.  Photo via Instagram/ @kelseymcewen

Last year, McEwen realized with fans the impact of filters. Photo via Instagram/ @kelseymcewen

“Don’t compare your ‘real’ to their ‘reel’,” she wrote over a video of herself posing in a hot pink top, first with a beauty filter, then without. “Filtered or not, you are worthy as you are.”

“The wrinkles, the pores, the freckles, the shape of the nose, the color of the eyes, it’s all worth showing off and there’s nothing to be ashamed of,” she continued. , adding, “If you like filters, use them. But never forget that you deserve love without them, too.”

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