Celebs who are not ashamed of their bodies

From the covers of world-famous magazines, women of "perfect" proportions watch us every day, without moles, pimples, wrinkles, a speck of cellulite...

Celebs who are not ashamed of their bodies

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From the covers of world-famous magazines, women of "perfect" proportions watch us every day, without moles, pimples, wrinkles, a speck of cellulite, or bumps on their bellies. Of course, this is just an illusion of perfection that is achieved by photoshopping their photos.

American actress Jennifer Love Hewitt has been the target of criticism for her body many times during her career. When photos of her in a bikini appeared on the front pages of the tabloids, vicious comments about her cellulite would only follow. However, the actress didn't bother too much because she never hid it anyway.

“I was silent for a long time and did not comment on the way female bodies are constantly criticized. Let’s face it, I’m not upset about what happened to me, but about all the girls who are burdened by the look of their bodies. I know how I look and I love my body, as all other women should. A message to all girls with bigger buttocks, breasts, hips, and waist - proudly wear a bikini and be strong”, she said on one occasion.

When a magazine mistakenly posted a photo of Kim Kardashian on its website a few years ago before retouching, social media was also incensed by the comments. The magazine soon removed the photo, and Kim eventually published it herself with a clear message to fans.

“I have cellulite, so what? What curvy girl doesn't have it? I’m proud of my body and my curves, and this photo is proof that just because I’m on the cover of a magazine doesn’t mean I’m perfect. If you only knew what my thighs look like now”, Kim said at the time.

Although many famous women themselves require Photoshop treatment before publishing their photos, there are those who do not approve of it but still can not avoid it.

Alicia Keys doesn't hide her real body either. “We, women, are the most beautiful creatures in the world no matter what confection number we wear. I am grateful that I truly believe in this because I think many women think they should wear some small size to be beautiful”, the musician said.