Noemi is greased but that's fine, most of the cellulite (Photos)
Noemi does not want to stay in the mass, and is perhaps not much that it feels like the other, like those who at all costs must be perfect. Naomi has chosen to love yourself and also a little bit -- it feels good; but the path was not easy, to get to be so strong and wise he had to first understand, reflect, and observe. The singer has red hair, he is confident of having gained a few pounds in the last few years, and in his interview to Io Donna, a supplement of the Corriere della Sera, talks about his evolution of character, the relationship with her body, far of course from what the dream of many young girls.
And it is precisely the obsession for perfection which Naomi observes to scare her: “I see these girls that don't get out of the house if they are not rigged, flawless”. Then he adds: “In the last three-four years I have gained a few pounds. The first time I couldn't look at my pictures, now whatever. Can't I become a giant (suffer the health), but so I'm good. Incredible!”.
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But there is another on which makes you think, and speaks the text Empty to lose, the song he wrote for her Vasco Rossi: “The first time I heard the text was simple: with the millions of words that there are in the world, because Vasco Rossi, we had had the luck to put their “cellulite”?!? He then explained to me that the theme is “rough” only for the women. (...) The men – says – have never seen... I'm happy to have given straight line: I like the acts that move the limit further,” he added. He then concludes: “I have had an adolescence alone, I was closed and music was a refuge in the university – when I started to express myself, accepting my own limits – the people approached. Imperfection is sexy, makes you nice”. A beautiful lesson of life