Meghan Trainor on 'Dear Future Husband' video: 'I don't think it's sexist'
Meghan Trainor isn't all about critics of her new music video "Dear Future Husband," who claim that imagery of the singer dressed as a housewife and doing chores is sexist.
"Everyone's going to say something," the singer told ET at the Kids' Choice Awards Saturday. "I don't think it's sexist. I just wrote a song for my particular future husband out there, wherever he is. I'm just preparing him. Lettin' him know what's up."
The 21-year-old broke on the scene last summer with self-esteem single "All About That Bass" and recently partnered with plus-size-focused fashion line, FullBeauty Brands.
"I'm all about loving your body and that's why they came to me," she said. "They were so pumped and they're just, 'We love your songs, we love the empowerment and how you are a sassy and confident girl.' And I was like yes, that is what I'm going for. Let's do it."
Trainor is currently in the midst of her first headlining tour, the That Bass Tour kicked off in February, and told ET that tour prep for her is all about comfort and close friends.
"Packing a lot of stuffed animals that the fans give me- love those," she said. "Texting everyone I know goodbye for a minute and I might bring my older brother on tour. That's like a new thing."
She might be bringing her brother on tour, but it was Trainor's dad who accompanied her to the GRAMMY Awards in February. See more from the adorable father-daughter duo in the video below.