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Lena Dunham Says Parents Gave Her Healthy Body Image

Despite the fact that Lena Dunham plays an insecure 20-something in HBO’s “Girls,” the actress doesn’t have body hang-ups in real life – a strength she says comes from having good parents. In Marie Claire UK’s October issue, Dunham says that, even as a young child, she felt extremely comfortable in her own skin. “This …

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Recovered Anorexic Becomes Plus-Size Lingerie Model

Alice Jackson used to run two hours a day and eat only lettuce. That was back in college, when the 5-foot-9 Jackson reached her lowest weight of 108 pounds. “I felt really, really depressed, and I didn’t care if I died,” Jackson told The Daily Mail. “I just felt awful. All I could think about …

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Lady Gaga’s Vomit Stunt: A Nod Toward Her Past With Bulimia?

The Internet is abuzz with news about Lady Gaga’s provocative performance at South by Southwest in Texas this week – where she had a woman deliberately vomit all over her on stage. Two minutes into Gaga’s performance, self-proclaimed “vomit artist” Millie Brown appeared on stage, chugged some green liquid, and then proceeded to throw up …

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Robert Pattinson Says He Has Body Dysmorphia

One of the most adored young men in Hollywood recently admitted that he has issues with his body – insecurities that affect his confidence even at red carpet events. Speaking with Australia’s Sunday Style magazine, Robert Pattinson discussed fame, his career, relationships and how he feels about being a heartthrob. “I get a ton of …

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Serena Williams: ‘I Learned To Be Proud Of My Curves’

In many ways, tennis champion Serena Williams seems just like a regular girl. In this month’s issue of Fitness magazine, she talks about her struggles to stay fit, to stay on track with her diet, and to feel healthy and happy in her own skin. “I feel as if I can do better and be …

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Shakira Talks Body Image And Post-Baby Diet

Shakira – latin pop singing sensation and coach on “The Voice” – says that having a healthy body image starts with confidence. Six months ago, the 36-year-old gave birth to her son, Milan, and she recently shared some of her self-care and fitness tips in the latest issue of SELF magazine. On flaws Shakira’s secret …

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Lady Gaga On Body Image, Bulimia

Lady Gaga oozes confidence, both on and off the stage – but is it all just an act? The famous pop singer and fashion icon recently opened up to Glamour magazine about her 10-year battle with bulimia and her struggles with body image. “I always have been [conflicted about my body],” Gaga told Glamour. “And …

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Kristen Bell Refuses To Join Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss Race

New mom Kristen Bell isn’t hopping on the lose-the-baby-weight bandwagon like other celebs who have given birth and quickly bounced back into great shape. Kim Kardashian’s recent post-baby photos – not to mention the media’s obsession with Kate Middleton’s post-birth belly – highlight an unrealistic ideal perpetuated by Hollywood: that women can look picture-perfect just …

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