PHOTO: Amel Bent sparkling in Louis Vuitton: her glittery look caused a sensation

During the semi-final of “The Voice”, this Saturday, May 14, Amel Bent was violently criticized for her physique. The singer responded in the best possible way, posting a photo of her in a sublime Louis Vuitton dress.

This Saturday, May 14, the semi-final of The Voice was the subject of all the debates. Despite the artists’ sensational performances, the picture was darkened by a few remarks from netizens on the outfit and physique ofAmel Bent. The latter, however, lit up the evening in a magnificent gold, tight and sequined dress signed Louis Vuitton. Fortunately, the artist did not let himself be dismantled. She shared on her Instagram, this Sunday, May 15, photos of her in the same dress. Resplendent, Amel Bent has mesmerized his followers with a confident postaccompanied by a short message for its detractors: “Shine bright like a happy mum” (“Shine like a happy mom”, in French). Yes, the singer was not afraid to recall that she gave birth to her third child in early April.

In its tracks, Amel Bent did not stop at simple publication. Indeed, the coach of The Voice also broadcast the same shot, in story, with a more incisive message. “To you grossophobe… This nis not for us to hide our bodies, but for you to tget used to seeing them asthey are ! she denounced, before punctuating her message with hashtags “Postpartum”, “Jassume”, “Jgave life”, “Proud” and “See you next week”.

A complicated month of May for Amel Bent

This episode came to confirm the jagged month of May for the artist. The 36-year-old singer saw her husband, Patrick Antonelli, locked up in the Nanterre remand center on May 3. The latter must serve a fifteen-month sentence there because he pretended to be, for the space of a day, a security guard for his wife. The 44-year-old man was incriminated because of an invoice which he had sent when he was not entitled to exercise this function. To this was added a fraud case in which he benefited from state aid, paid to compensate for the drop in activity during the Covid-19 period, to which he was not eligible.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.