Here's what the letter said (Sorry for the quality, I just took it on my phone):
What?! Okay, I don't consider myself a FAN of Katharine at all, but I consider myself a WOMAN and I was extremely disappointed by the high-horse that Danielle Stewart of New Jersey had placed herself upon. Who is she to judge? Why is she so angry that Katharine is boasting about her rockin bikini bod that she worked so hard for? Yeah, sure, being young, not having kids, being a star--all of these are things that usually indicate 'good bodies' (whatever that means), but Katharine McPhee is open about having been bulimic. I remember this because even though I could care less about her singing, I was kind of shocked at her bravery for admitting this opening. Regardless of HOW she got to her body (or for that matter, what it looks like), why be so mean about the fact that the girl is finally comfortable about her body?
Also, why does being young and not having kids mean that you can't be happy about the way you look? Maybe it is the best shape she's ever been in? Not everyone is the same--people talk about how when you're in your twenties, everything is soooo easy, your body is tighter, blah blah blah. Well, I can say that I'm in my twenties, and I wouldn't call my relationship with food easy at all. Can I eat whatever I want? Nope. Can I NOT exercise? Nope. I realize that when you get older, your metabolism slows, your responsibilities increase, but in the end, if you don't know if she's one of the lucky few who've "had it easy", why hate on her so much?
Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but I really wish people would keep their negativity to themselves.
Maybe I'm totally off base here. Readers, anyone also extremely angered by this article? And sorry that this post is sooo different compared to my others :)