Pop star Becky Hill slams sexist trolls for criticising her outfit worn during Euro 2022 final performance


POP STAR Becky Hill has hit back at vile sexist trolls who criticised the outfit she wore for her performance at the Euros final.

The 28-year-old produced a stunning show at Wembley on Sunday before the Lionesses went on to beat Germany 2-1 and end England’s 56-year wait for a major trophy.

Hill played at Wembley ahead of England's Euro 2022 final against Germany


Hill played at Wembley ahead of England’s Euro 2022 final against GermanyCredit: Rex
She was abused by sexists for the outfit she wore during her performance


She was abused by sexists for the outfit she wore during her performanceCredit: Rex
Hill brilliantly responded to those trolling her online


Hill brilliantly responded to those trolling her onlineCredit: Twitter / @BeckyHill

But when she looked online after wowing the 87,000 in attendance, Hill saw that trolls had slammed her for what she was wearing.

And she responded in truly inspiring fashion.

Hitting back, she tweeted: “Be proud of your bodies! Celebrate yourselves! Show off your curves!

“Cover up for no one and be confident! Took me a long time to learn that and I wish I had role models like that growing up!

“Thanks for having me today @Lionesses, you’re doing us proud.”

She then added: “Have your opinion but keep it to yourself.

“A troll is someone who gives their unwanted opinion when I didn’t ask.

“I wanted to wear a popstar sequin corset, sparkly tights and platform boots because that’s what I love wearing. Get out my a** ffs.”


Responding to one specific troll who said “you don’t always have to dress up”, she replied: “Women are always expected to dress up”, before adding: “What was I supposed to do? Go on in my trackies?”

After praising the Lionesses for their “incredible” win, she then reflected further on the abuse she had received on Monday.

“I’ve spent most part of today feeling shit and had a little cry about how incredible the women’s football was yesterday and how sad that people devalued my worth as a performer because of what I wore.

“Anyway, I’m done now for my own mental health.”

Several tweets trolling Hill have now been deleted after a backlash supporting the pop star.

And while the online abuse put a dampener on her day, Hill remained upbeat about the experience.

She said: “It was an absolute honour to open up such an iconic and historic moment for women’s football, and perform in all my popstar glory.

“Will remember that moment until the day I die. That was one of my biggest moments of my career.”


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