So, what we have here:
- An unhealthy lifestyle cast as a virtue (also, note the cigarette);
- Boneheaded rockism (like being on the cover of Q is a higher aspiration than being on the cover of Vogue - and anyway, hasn’t she seen that women tend to be required to take off as many clothes to make the covers of the supposedly high-minded music mags she reveres than the fashion mag she dismisses);
- Slagging off another woman to make her point (oh, not directly, she’s just using Nicole Richie as an example, but the catty subtext surely won’t escape anyone’s notice; also, how distasteful is it to sneer at the body size of someone who’s had health issues regarding her weight; also, Nicole Richie has never made an album!);
- Concluding with a life goal based entirely around her own body size which is surely as depressing as any airhead who says theiir aim in life is to be a size zero.
God, just go away Adele.