You might be thinking that this is another one of those articles about bad celebrity beach bodies but you would be wrong. There are enough articles in magazines and on the internet that body-shame celebs for not being slim, tall, and perfect. Who needs another one? No one looks like that in real life.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. They may well be an image of perfection on the red carpet, where the glossy veneer of style and glamour places them on a lofty pedestal beneath which their fans can only aspire. Here she comes: Chantelle Houghton didn't look her best while running across the beach during a recent holiday in Spain. That fact was very apparent for Geordie Shore star Vicki Pattison, who was pictured in an unflattering pink bikini while holidaying in Spain. The TV personality has been working hard to trim down over recent months, but her lack of conditioning was clear to see as she stomped through the surf during the early stages of her weight loss campaign.
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Body-pos blogger Kenzie might be all about helping you "love your damn self," but she opened up in this Instagram post about how she hasn't always had that level of confidence: "This girl right here used to not be able to: 1. Leave the house, 2. Look at her face the in the mirror, 3.
Accusation: The queen of curves was criticized when an unretouched image from a photoshoot was leaked showing cellulite and a few extra inches that the final picture didn't have. Response: She fired back on her blog saying, "I'm proud of my body and my curves and this picture coming out is probably helpful for everyone to see that just because I am on the cover of a magazine doesn't mean I'm perfect. Response: Said the actress , "Sure, I'd be happier with 10 pounds off—wouldn't every woman? But when I looked at pictures of myself I thought I looked beautiful. I didn't tear myself apart. The NY Times critic saying that Accusation: In an interview with Glamour magazine, she was asked how she felt about being the newest spokeswoman for curvy women in Hollywood. The question read like a backhanded compliment, as in that same issue her cover photo was Photoshopped to make her look half her actual size.