Meghan Trainor upset about surgery
Meghan Trainor says losing her voice felt like a "big slap in the face."
The 21-year-old singer recently underwent surgery to repair a haemorrhaged vocal cord and admits it wasn't easy.
She said: "It was a big slap in the face. I try not to get sick. I was trying my best, but it's hard with my schedule. It's hard to sleep on a moving bus. But I'm trying to be strict now. This morning, I didn't speak at all because I knew I had an hour of interviews to do."
Meghan is still very ambitious and is hoping to duet with Bruno Mars in the future.
She added: "I have so many dreams."
The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker was "very insecure" about her body before she found fame.
The curvy star said: "Confidence was always something I wanted in my life, but I was very insecure growing up. Now parents come up to me and say, 'You saved my daughter's life.' I have mothers saying that their household has changed since they now dance around to 'All About That Bass.' Those moments stick with me."
But Meghan now enjoys showing off her figure.
She told PEOPLE magazine: "In all my videos, I show off what I'm working with. They put me in pencil and A-line skirts - and tight tops so you can see my chest because it's bomb!"