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5 Female Celebs Who Embody Self-Love And Positive Body Image

Meghan Trainor

Singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, widely known for being “All About That Bass” recently premiered her “Me Too” video where she was featured cruising around with her squad in a giraffe onesie. Much to her fans surprise, however, the video was abruptly taken down later that day. Trainor took to her Snapchat account to explain the reasoning behind her disappearing video.

According to Trainor, she took down “Me Too” because of the editing techniques used in the video. “They Photoshopped the crap out of me,” she explained in her Snapchat story. “I’m so sick of it and I’m over it, so I took it down until they fix it.”

The perception of female body image in Hollywood is a controversial and undying universal debate. Many female celebrities find themselves subject to retouching that drastically alters their appearance. In light of Trainor’s empowering stance on female body image, we decided to throw it back to other female celebrities who embody self-love and positive body image–check them out!

Zendaya

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Though only 19 years old, this Disney Channel star turned fashion-icon never shies away from her opinions on self-love. In March, Zendaya was praised for her response to comedienne Julie Klausner’s tweet about being too thin.

Zendaya’s response to Klausner’s tweet was short and powerful: #WeAllWinning.

Demi Lovato

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In her earlier celebrity years as a rising star, Demi Lovato struggled with an eating disorder. After taking some time to get healthier, Demi Lovato is now more confident than ever. Demi recently posed for Vanity Fair in a spontaneously nude photoshoot, sans makeup or Photoshop retouching.

In her Vanity Fair interview, Demi described what being confident means to her, “What does it mean to be confident?” she said. “It means letting go, being authentic, saying I don’t give a f–k and this is who I am. I want to show the side of me that’s real, that’s liberated, that’s free.”

Jennifer Lawrence

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Similar to Demi Lovato, Jennifer Lawrence recently posed for Harper’s Bazaar. In her interview with the magazine, Lawrence expressed her desire for society to “make a new normal body type.”

“I think we’ve gotten so used to underweight that when you are a normal weight it’s like, ‘Oh, my God, she’s curvy.’ Which is crazy,” she said.

Amy Schumer

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This writer-actress-comedian is another female who doesn’t shy away from her thoughts on body image. In an interview with TODAY last year, the comedy star got emotional talking about confident and body image.

“It’s been a struggle for me my whole life and especially just being in the entertainment industry.” Amy Schmer has made it her goal to help women realize that Hollywood standards aren’t as they seem.

Meghan Trainor, Zendaya, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Lawerence, and Amy Schumer are five female celebrities who inspire us to love ourselves and our bodies! #weallwinning