Leona Lewis finds the overt sexiness of pop stars "insulting as a woman"
Leona Lewis finds the overly sexual presentation of some female pop stars "insulting as a woman" and would rather be a positive role model than a provocative one.
Speaking to Stylist magazine, the 'Collide' hitmaker explained that "some people go too far". "I don't really like to see people dancing around a pole or gyrating on a guy every time I go to a concert."
"I just don't think there is any need for it. I'd rather be something positive, especially to young girls. It's not something I want to represent and I find it a bit insulting as a woman. There's a way to be sexy that's not too in your face."
She also added that she would never do "a bikini photoshoot" as it's "too embarrassing":
"No weird sex books for me either. I watch what I eat and I eat really healthily most of the time, but other times, I'll just eat what I want. I'm happy with my figure."
Watch her newly released video for 'Collide', which entered the midweek singles chart at No.4 yesterday, here:
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