In his most revealing pictures yet, singer Sam Smith strips off to his tiny undies and does the “bloat dance”.
Bloat? What bloat? We can’t see bloat!
Sam Smith has stripped down to his undies, showcasing his very slimmed down frame and continuing on his journey to loving his body image. He encouraged his fans to join in him in doing “the bloat dance”, despite the fact that Sam, looks incredibly slim.
In a series of pictures and videos the “Stay With Me” singer, stripped to nothing but his tiny whities and danced almost nude in front of the mirror, in his most revealing pictures yet, including a rather sexy “bond girl” dance, which ended up with one selfie with the words “bond girl” emblazoned on the photo.
In one post he published a selfie of himself, sitting in his bathroom, topless, and wrote, “Feeling bloated and gross after my flight so thought I’d post a mirror selfie of my sexy bloated boobies coz we are friends. Finally”
Taking time out after a flight the 26-year-old singer was clearly on a selfie roll as he posted numerous videos and pictures of him without clothes on.
In February Sam wrote an emotional note about his body acceptance when he uploaded his first ever topless picture saying, that he was “fighting the f**k back” and “reclaiming” his body.
He wrote, “Yesterday I decided to fight the fuck back. Reclaim my body and stop trying to change this chest and these hips and these curves that my mum and dad made and love so unconditionally”.
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