Health & Fit Bebe Rexha Talks Mental Health and Feeling 'Self-Conscious' About Her Thighs with Paris Hilton
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In February, Paris Hilton added podcast host to her CV, launching a show titled. The 40-year-old icon, , has used her new platform to speak with friends, family, and a multitude of unexpected guests about topics related to beauty, wellness, relationships, pop culture, and more.
In the latest episode of her show, Hilton sat down withto have an in-depth conversation about self image. The model and DJ also highlighted how Rexha has used her lyrics to bring more awareness to in the U.S.
The Quote That Ultimately Changed the Trajectory of Bebe Rexha's Life
The 32-year-old pop star opens up about her creative journey in a new episode of Apple's Time to Walk audio series for Fitness+ users. Gallery: All the times Cardi B gave us the best life advice (StarsInsider) Rexha added that while at her lowest point, she searched the internet for quotes and found one that spoke to her. "'We stop looking for the monsters that are under the bed when we realize they're inside of us.' That quote spoke to me on so many levels.
"I love when people lift each other up," Hilton told Rexha during the episode. "That's like one thing I've learned during quarantine is being compassionate with yourself," the singer responded. "Like, don't be hard on yourself and show yourself love." (Related:)
Rexha went on to say that while it's nice to compliment others, it's equally important to compliment yourself. "It's corny, but it works," Rexha said. To further elaborate on what she meant, the body positive advocate recounted a vulnerable moment she had while on set at a recent photoshoot.
While getting ready, Rexha said she started feeling self-conscious about her thighs. "I was like, 'I feel like my thighs got so big, [but] then, I was like, 'You know what? I love myself even with my big thighs right now, and [even though] I've gained some weight.'" (Related:)
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Rexha has been a long-time vocal — and honest — advocate of body positivity. Earlier this year, she took to Instagram toin a thong swimsuit to remind fans that all bodies are beautiful. In 2019, she posted , sharing that she chose not to Photoshop it and arguing that photo editing has skewed people's perception of reality.
Rexha isn't just candid in her social media posts but also in her lyrics as well, something Hilton pointed out during their interview. "I feel like you're singing about what most people think about but are too afraid to say in real life," said Hilton.
In particular, Hilton was referring to Rexha's single, "Break My Heart Myself" from her second album, Better Mistakes, in which Rexha sings about living with bipolar disorder. "I wish more pop songs had lyrics like that," says Rexha during the podcast. "So I'm super proud of that song. That's why it's one of my favorites."
Paris Hilton Called on Congress to Reform 'Troubled Teen' Care In New Op-Ed
The heiress also recounted her past experience at "troubled teen" programs in Wednesday's op-ed for The Washington Post. Hilton knows she isn't alone: She addressed the May 2020 death of Cornelius Frederick, a 16-year-old resident at a Michigan behavior modification center called Lakeside Academy. Frederick's death was ruled a homicide after he was allegedly forcibly restrained by Lakeside Academy staff — all for throwing a sandwich, according to People. She wrote in her op-ed for The Washington Post, "No child should die in the name of 'treatment.' But too many children have.
In an interview with Gayle King forback in May, Rexha revealed that someone at her then-record label had cautioned that the mental health theme of her single "I'm Gonna Show You Crazy" was "too much" and "too heavy." However, she shared that , no matter what anyone had to say. (Related: )
This next album will be favorite album ever because I’m not holding anything back. I love you all very much. And I hope you accept me as I am.— Bebe Rexha (@BebeRexha)
The potential impact of Rexha's lyrics isn't lost on Hilton. "I love that because I think that a lot of people are going through that," shared Hilton in the episode. "I know a lot of people who have [bipolar] disorder...and there's a stigma around it. You're making people proud that they can talk about it."
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