Meghan Trainor embracing her curve

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MEGHAN Trainor has learned to embrace her curves.

The 21-year-old singer admits she wasn't always body confident, but now thinks "every body type is beautiful."

The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker said: "I think it's good to have someone with a regular average body on the pop charts.

"It's about loving what you got and rocking it."

But the blonde beauty struggled a lot in high school.

She said: "It was pretty serious. I would sit in class feeling uncomfortable. I regret a lot of those moments and those thoughts that I had in my head.

"I grew up a chubby girl.

"I wasn't outspoken about it and I didn't approach my parents. I should've known how cute I was, and been a lot happier. Now, with my songs, I just hope I'm reaching out to those young girls who are also sitting there, miserable with their body."

Meghan's new single is called 'Dear Future Husband,' but she insists she is in no rush to settle down and start a family.

She told In Touch Weekly magazine: "No, no, I just turned 21. I think I'm a baby. I've got to marry my career first, then I'll get settled down later, once I find the right guy. I hope he's amazing, and I hope it's a great fit."

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