"I want to be more open about it."
The "Glee" star opens up about body-image pressure in Hollywood and her PCOS diagnosis.
Proving that no one can ever meet the standards of social media's body-shamers, Twitter critics recently set their sights on the fit action star.
Her speech was simply inspiring.
People on Twitter rushed to her defense.
One viewer wrote: "It is not likely your dresses will survive another 20 weeks of pregnancy weight!”
The actress wants to encourage other women to love their bodies, regardless of size or shape.
Internet sensation JoJo Siwa doesn't let the haters bother her ... even if they pick on her hairline.
Wrestling star Nia Jax recently opened up with a message promoting self-confidence, posting a rare photo of herself in a swimsuit to celebrate her body.
Body hair, don't care!
Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski calls the comments she gets on Instagram “insane,” including mean words about her “unique” bellybutton.
News anchor Briana Collins shares her experience of defying "the norm" and wearing braids on TV for the first time.
Gracie Gold's legs were once her "biggest insecurity."
Sophia Bush loves to use her voice — both literally and figuratively.
Singer Halsey showcased unedited underarm hair on the newest cover of Rolling Stone, starting a conversation about body positivity and beauty standards.
The singer clapped back at hurtful comments.
Supermodel Ashley Graham explains how she looks past the critical comments and stays positive.
Actress Allison Williams opened about learning to love her eyebrows and her struggle with mean girls.
The singer took to social media to vent about paparazzi photos and celebrate body acceptance — all at once.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Awkwafina loves her voice — even if it sounds like a '58-year-old divorce attorney'
Awkwafina, aka Nora Lum, has had quite the year starring in hit films like "Ocean's 8" and "Crazy Rich Asians."
Wearing a swimsuit can feel intimidating. TODAY Style asked nine women to share their insecurities, and they had more in common than not.
Now, she's fighting back against the online criticism.
The superstar singer continues to challenge the fashion world with her inclusive choices.
The mannequins represent a wider range of women.
Thanks for keeping it real!
The singer opens up about body image and the workout that's giving her confidence.
Instead of discussing her work as a councilwoman, Facebook users wrote comments criticizing her size and her clothing choices.
Some applauded the model for keeping it "real," while others said the model's underarm hair was "disgusting."
Yara Shahidi talks about getting her own Barbie doll and why she loves her natural hair.
The news anchor with NBC's KARE 11 in Minnesota, now wears clothes that reflect her authentic self.
Haters gonna hate.
When a foe on social media took a swipe at a makeup-free photo of the reality TV star, she hit back with the perfect response.
The model spoke up after online trolls criticized a recent swimsuit photo.
Her supervisors considered her straight-haired look more “professional” than braids or natural texture.
In an essay for Elle magazine, Taylor Swift shares lessons she's learned in her first 30 years of life.
See the inspiring moment.
Winnie Harlow couldn't be more excited!
The Grammy Award-winner shared his struggles with body image, writing that he is looking to "reclaim my body."
The star of "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" at least feels like things are changing for the better when it comes to inclusivity in Hollywood.
Leave Celine Dion alone!
Actress Jameela Jamil called out the brand's negative messaging.
The comedian and expecting mom has no interest in looking like a carbon copy, she said.