Selena Gomez Addresses Body Shaming Comments After Golden Globes Appearance

The 'Only Murders in the Building' actress has been known to speak out about body positivity.

Selena Gomez isn't letting body shamers get the best of her.

The "Lose You to Love Me" singer, 30, rolled up to the Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday night in a strapless deep purple Valentino gown that looked absolutely ravishing on her, but online haters still tried to tear her down over her weight.

After photos and videos of Gomez at the event began circling around social media, tons of ruthless internet trolls were quick to pass judgement on her body and make harmful comments about her physical appearance.

But the Only Murders in the Building star—who has become quite outspoken about body positivity—wasn't letting the hate get under her skin, as she openly addressed her weight during an Instagram livestream after the event.

In the clip re-posted to TikTok, Gomez is seen in the car with her little sister Gracie, her plus-one for the event, as she explains that she has gained a little weight after celebrating the holidays—and that there's nothing wrong with that.

"I'm a little bit big right now because I enjoyed myself during the holidays," she candidly stated.

"Right?" she added, while turning to face her 9-year-old sister, who wholeheartedly agreed, prompting a belly laugh from Gomez.

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"she's LIVING. as she should" one person commented on the TikTok in support of Gomez, while tons of other fans also rallied behind her.

"She looks happy and healthy and that's all that should matter!" someone else pointed out.

Earlier this month, Gomez shared photos of her New Year's celebration, which involved a vacation getaway in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Haters once again tried to put a damper on her mood, igniting a social media storm regarding the photos of her body in a swimsuit.

But her fans completely had her back, with one writing under a supportive TikTok video, "She's perfect the way she is,"—and we can't say we disagree!