Country superstar Faith Hill is approaching 50, but you won't find her perched in front of the mirror worrying about a few wrinkles.
Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, opened up about being labeled 'racially ambiguous' in a moving interview with Allure.
Target's latest swimwear campaign features real women of all sizes as their gloriously unedited selves.
After Katie Driscoll noticed the lack of people with different abilities in advertising and media, she decided to do something about it.
LiviRae Lingerie in Kennesaw, Georgia was told to remove a body-positive ad campaign, but they fought back.
Would you say this outfit is inappropriate for a job interview? Rosie Reilly sparked controversy when she shared her story on Twitter.
Nike's new extended size range, which will be offered in sizes 1X-3X, is cut to flatter women who aren't straight up and down.
Ashley Tisdale isn't letting the body-shamers bring her down.
Christian Siriano featured models of all shapes and sizes on the New York Fashion Week runway, and one very special T-shirt.
Instagram fitness star Anna Victoria opens up about why she shares "imperfect" photos of herself.
Ashley Graham is making Sports Illustrated history again with her latest body-positive ad campaign, celebrating beautiful, everyday women.
Daphne Oz, co-host of "The Chew," recently spoke up against 'obvious trolls' who called her overweight.
It's hard to imagine what there was to criticize, but there were enough body-bashers out there to get the attention of Gaga herself.
LeAnn Rimes reflects on growing up in the spotlight and how she's been able to embrace her insecurities as an adult in the spotlight.
Inbar Lavi of "Imposters" is known for her sultry looks and versatile acting chops — but years ago, she was just a girl with curly hair.
Milly Smith, a self-love advocate who goes by @SelfLoveClubb, posted a photo of her wearing the same pair of tights in two different poses.
Sophie Guidolin, a fitness expert and mother of four, is fighting back against body shamers on social media.
"In the dance world, it shouldn't matter what size I am, the only thing that should matter is my technique."
Natalia Castellar-Calvani career was launched thanks to her bold eyebrows, but she didn't always have a healthy relationship with them.
This year, these moms fought back against body shaming with a resounding "aw, HECK no" that inspired us all to love the bodies we're in.
The actress isn't about to let bullies bring her down — or willingly stoop to their level.
Fashion designer Christian Siriano has had a big year, from creating a red carpet gown for "Ghostbusters" actress Leslie Jones to seeing first lady Michele...
Supermodel Ashley Graham explains how she looks past the critical comments and stays positive.
Life coach and Instagram star Jess Pack turned a negative dressing room experience into an inspiring message for thousands of women.
"American Idol" alum Jordin Sparks reflects on the advice she would tell her younger self and how confidence is her greatest accessory.
Crystal Hodges took a bad situation (finding a stolen photo of herself mocked on social media) and turned it into a cause.
Ashley Graham has her own Barbie doll that replicates the curvy model's actual measurements.
Like anyone else, Kenzie Brenna has her insecurities; one of them just happens to be cellulite.
Rosie Mercado, who once weighed more than 400 pounds, tells TODAY how she learned to love her body and why she decided to lose 200 pounds.
Chrissy Metz of "This is Us" spoke with TODAY about why "it's impossible to accept love from anyone else if you don't love yourself."
"I love (my voice) because I feel like I have the power to use it for other people that aren't able to use their own."
The contestant quit the pageant after being told to "stop eating breakfast" and only drink water at night.
Listen to Tamron Hall and the TODAY Style Squad chat about beauty, confidence and their personal style journeys.
"Orange is the New Black" star Matt McGorry is a former bodybuilder who has faced his own body image issues.
"The truth is, it's none of my business what you do with your body and it shouldn't be anyone else's. Women's choices are important."
TODAY's Tamron Hall shares: "I remember reading the cruelest, most awful thing about my hair online."
Lauren Alaina, whom we fell in love with on "American Idol," battled an eating disorder as a teen but has learned to love her body.
Andrea Grant's maternity pictures are inspiring burn survivors and others to love their bodies as they are.
Zach Miko is bringing hope to 'big and tall' guys everywhere, and he's proud to be a role model for body positivity and diversity.
Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre's first black female principal dancer, urges women "to have a positive view of yourself."
When it comes to body positivity, Alyssa Milano is "the boss" — and she has a refreshing message for new moms struggling to lose the baby weight in a hurry....
"It feels really amazing to be able to pay it forward. I want to be able to be that hero for someone else."