8 Stars Who Enjoy And Use Weaknesses On Their Bodies As A Secret Item

Every single one of us has, at some point in our lives, battled with self-doubt, whether it regard our looks or some other aspect of ourselves. On a daily basis, people in general and celebrities, in particular, are the targets of a bombardment of nasty comments regarding their appearance.
They regularly come up with insightful or amusing comments to highlight the efficacy of self-love, and the majority of them do not allow body shamers off the hook. The following is a collection of well-known individuals who have boldly taken on internet trolls in the past.

1. Machine Gun Kelly

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Kelly then responded to his critics on Twitter and other platforms. He essentially said you couldn't criticize my sense of style if you don't have any. Don't air your own insecurities in public.

2. Lady Gaga

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In an open letter, the singer declared, "I heard my body is a topic of the talk, so I wanted to say I'm proud of my body, and you should be proud of yours too." Whether your background or profession, it's true. There are a million and one reasons why you shouldn't try to please others to achieve your goals. Be true to who you are and never change. That's what winners are made of.

3. Sam Smith

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Throughout the past decade, Smith has experienced a great deal of hardship. The well-known performer has struggled with their weight for years and came out as non-binary in 2019. "It paid off since I now experience the opposite of body dysmorphia," they report feeling completely at peace with themselves and their appearance. I feel and look amazing. I now feel free from the constraints of my youth.

4. Ashley Graham

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Graham has much to live up to being the first plus-size model for Sports Illustrated, but she does it every time. Graham frequently discusses her life as a plus-size mother, hoping to reassure other women that they are not alone in their experiences. She also has no qualms about correcting others who try to make her feel bad about her body and defining self-love for them.

5. Billie Eilish

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Her admirers were shocked to see her not in her signature baggy T-shirts and dresses. Even though Eilish got some backlash for her more daring fashion choices, she handled it brilliantly. A quote from the famous singer: "All of a sudden you're a hypocrite if you want to expose flesh, and you're easy..." If so, I consider that a great honor. Let's flip the script and take control of the situation.

6. Emma Stone

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The actress once shared her thoughts on the matter: "I've seen a lot of comments that say, 'Have a lunch,' or 'She looks ill,'" she said. I don't feel ill. A sandwich is my food of choice... We can never be the right size—either too thin or too obese, too tall or too short. I'm still learning my physique. My concern for young women makes me uncomfortable. This shaming business is terrible for everyone involved.

7. Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy Teigen has to cope with individuals who have too many ideas on her body even though she is a renowned model and beautiful woman. At one point, body shamers were activated when Teigen shared a video of herself in a bikini online. She responded immediately and brilliantly: "It's okay; I've been a rectangle my whole life, and it's gotten me fairly far!"

8. Selena Gomez

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It seems like Selena Gomez always needs to defend herself from haters. When Gomez attended the 2023 Golden Globes, she was the target of the most recent body shaming episode. Several fans online said the singer's weight increase detracted from her stunning appearance. In response, Gomez wryly said online, "I'm a little bit large right now since I enjoyed myself throughout the holidays."
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