Being a celebrity is not something that anyone would enjoy, as it obviously has its perks. It is also difficult to be picked apart on social media by internet trolls.
Some celebrities are fighting back and showing confidence in something people struggle with.
She opened up to her post-pregnancy body and was proud of it.
She was criticized for how her body looked at the Superbowl show, but she clapped back at the hatters letting them know she is happy with her body.
She captioned her photo by saying check the juicy muffin top on my back.
I have cellulite, Kim says. So what? I never claimed I am perfect.
They show celebrities with cellulite, of course, we have cellulite, we are not fem-bots, Kelly says.
Ashley isn’t afraid to show her curves and embrace her imperfections.
Some will tell me to cover up, or I am promoting obesity, but whatever people say, I will get up in the morning in a family that loves me and my fat body, so I will stay winning.
June is proud of herself. She is loving her new body and isn’t afraid to flaunt it and talk about it.
She wants to keep it real, instead of using photoshop and smoothing out the cellulite. She decided to flaunt her imperfections.
She has taken a stance against body-shaming.
Gabi reminds everyone that cellulite is common and isn’t something to hide.
She tells everyone that is important to love yourself.
She never lets the haters affect her life. She wears what she wants and is not afraid to show her flaws.
Chrissy is unfiltered. She is comfortable and transparent about her flaws all the time.
We all know and expect celebrities to look flawless and perfect, but in fact they are humans just as we are.
Celebrities can not even walk out of their homes without wearing makeup or without taking care about their outfits as much as they can.
If they fail to do one thing or another, surely news headlines won’t forget.
On the other hand there are celebrities who do not care as much as others to be flawless and perfect.
They chose to post less perfect photos on social media and let their guard down.
It is true that beauty comes from inside, and accepting your body as it is.
It is up to you to comment what you think about this choice.
Jennifer Garner and Juliette Lewis
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