"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."
TV news anchor Stacey Skrysak was fat-shamed by a viewer on Facebook, but a supportive response helped her get the last laugh.
As an author, designer and entrepreneur, Kristin Cavallari has come a long way since "Laguna Beach" — but her life truly changed when she became a mom.
Danielle Brooks never wanted to be one of those "actors who just acts" — she always had a bigger purpose in mind.
Melissa Joan Hart opened up about loving her imperfections, raising three boys and her fond memories of "Sabrina."
One of our favorite actresses is celebrating a birthday. Melissa McCarthy turns 46 Friday, and we're marking her big day with big gifts — the ones that she's...
When it comes to women's clothing, one size rarely fits all. Yet, in the world of high-end fashion, designers tend to create clothing with only one body type...
Model Iskra Lawrence is encouraging women to show that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes through the #ShareYourSpark campaign.
Anne Hathaway, who gave birth to her first child in March, and Blake Lively, who's currently pregnant with her second, have both spoken out about accepting...
Ashley Graham is no stranger to body-shaming. As a size-14 model who isn't shy about showing off her curves, she's heard all the criticisms and callous comments...
Simone Mariposa, a plus-size model, has launched a popular hashtag to encourage women of all sizes to love their bodies.
YouTube body-confidence vlogger Loey Lane is calling on Disney for a plus-size princess, and she's fit to play the role.
I was shocked when I was diagnosed with cystic acne for the first time at 24. Luckily, I've learned a lot about how to treat the condition.
"The whole woman-shaming thing has gotten to be just stupid. We shame ourselves enough, we don't need Playboy models shaming us."
Jazzmyne Robbins is determined to bust the myth that bikinis are only for skinny women.
It's been a whirlwind year for curve model Ashley Graham. In a stunning cover story for Cosmopolitan, she opens up about her journey.
Author Jennifer Weiner is encouraging women to put on a swimsuit, snap a selfie and then go have fun this summer.
When Brynne Huffman stopped by her local UPS store last week, she hadn't planned on becoming a torch-bearer for body image acceptance.