Katie Hopkins continues to have no shame. Along with a major love for the spotlight.
A few days after making headlines for calling Kelly Clarkson fat, the heretofore unheard of British personality has doubled down on her harsh comments.
"There is no such thing as fat-shaming," Hopkins tells Access Hollywood, scoffing at her critics. "It doesn't hurt me if I hurt someone's feelings. Ultimately if you put yourself out there, if you're in the media, if you're in the public eye, then you have to accept what comes your way."
Clarkson, to her enormous credit, has absolutely accepted it.
She has responded to Hopkins' critique by shrugging her shoulders and referring to herself as awesome.
Then, on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen last night, the singer added of any weight haters out there:
"Screw 'em. I’ve never really pleased everyone. It doesn't matter what I do. If I'm too fat, then when I'm skinny, I'm too clothed, and if I'm not clothed... It's just, you can't ever win."
Hopkins, however, is clearly salivating over the attention she's received for being such a terrible person and kept piling it on.
"Kelly Clarkson is a chunky monkey," she told Access Hollywood. "We can call it baby weight. We can call it puppy fat. We can call it love handles.
"We can call it muffin top, any of the nice, soft and cuddly names we give it, but ultimately it's fat. She's fat, she needs to get out, eat less, and move more."
Why does Hopkins possibly care about this?
"I feel it's my responsibility to point out to chubsters that they need to get up off their ass, stop costing me money as a taxpayer, and get out there and run a little bit more," she concluded.
You heard Katie Hopkins, though, people: if you are in the media, you have to accept what comes her way. So she's literally asking for your take on this.
What do you think of Hopkins? Please do not hold back.