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After being publicly criticized by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, Lana Del Rey didn't let the harsh comments bother her at a performance on Wednesday night.
"Thanks for everything, and you know what I mean," the singer said to the crowd.
Lagerfeld asked newspaper Metro US earlier this week "Is she a construct with all her implants?"
Del Rey has denied accusations of her plastic surgery, saying in an interview with Complex "I haven't had anything done at all. Anyone who knows me will tell you that."
Adele, who was also subject to Lagerfeld's harsh criticisms when he called her "a little too fat", chose to speak out against the Chanel designer, saying to PEOPLE magazine that she is proud of her body and her image.
"I've never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines," Adele said to the magazine. "I represent the majority of women and I'm very proud of that."
Lagerfeld recently apologized to Adele through Metro US, saying "I'd like to say to Adele that I am your biggest admirer. Sometimes when you take a sentence out of the article, it changes the meaning of the thought."
Del Rey has yet to counter Lagerfeld with any public comment.
But a source defended Del Rey to E! News, saying "She's never done a thing to hurt anyone or said a bad thing about anyone."
After Wednesday's performance at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, Del Rey held a meet-and-greet with hundreds of fans that lasted over three hours.
Del Rey took time to personally talk with each fan who approached her, signing CDs and even trying to reach out to more fans after being pushed to leave the venue.
Del Rey's recent CD, "Born to Die" debuted at No. 2 this week, according to The Washington Post.