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14+ Celebs Who Weren't Afraid To Rock Their Cellulite And Stretch Marks In 2019

Being a celebrity has its obvious perks, but one thing that probably isn't so enjoyable is the constant pressure to look flawless — otherwise being picked apart on social media by the ever-insatiable internet trolls.

But there are some celebs that are fighting back, by simply being themselves with the utmost confidence; something many people —non-celebs included —struggle with.

Bebe Rexha.

Instagram | @beberexha

"I probably should of photoshopped my stomach and made it look flat. I probably should of photoshopped my legs to make them look thinner. I probably should of made myself look taller and Smoothed my legs. But I didn’t. Society can really [expletive] with you. Here is what a real woman looks like on Instagram without photoshop," she captioned this photo.

Jessie J.

Instagram | @jessiej

Jessie captioned this photo: "Took ages to hairspray my hair like that. My shadow is my mood oh and for those telling me I have cellulite. I know. I own a mirror. 👍🏻"

Iskra Lawrence.

Instagram | @iskra

Iskra has always been a body-positive inspiration for many of her fans, and has never been afraid to rock her "imperfections" and embrace her body on Instagram.

Stacey Soloman.

"I honestly love how much stretch marks shine in the sun! Natural glitter," she captioned this photo on Instagram, describing her stretch marks as a stylish accessory!

Katie Holmes.

Instagram | @katieholmes

Katie shared this photo on Instagram, proudly showing off her 13-year-old pregnancy stretch marks.

Stretch marks or not, Katie looks fierce as hell!

Kourtney Kardashian.

Instagram | @poosh

Kourtney Kardashian proved that she's all for embracing her stretch marks after her clothing brand, Poosh, released this photo of Kourtney with no sign of retouching hers!

Danielle Brooks.

Orange Is The New Black star has been advocating for body positivity for years. But in her cover story for SHAPE this year, she really owned it, saying: "I love my body! I can accomplish whatever I want in the exact body God created me to be in!'”

Olivia Munn.

The Predator actress, posted this photo on Instagram, looking comfortable and confident in her own skin, and flaunting her cellulite like its nobody's business — 'cause it is nobody's business!

When a troll commented on it in, she replied: “What woman doesn’t have cellulite?? It’s not gonna stop me from posting a pic.”

Ashley James.

Instagram | @ashleylouisejames

"I am the happiest I've ever been living my life. I'm not depriving myself of food and drink, and I accept my ever-changing body as it gets older and wiser. I also don't see exercise as a chore, or food and drink as indulging. But, I've been injured recently so haven't been able to live an active lifestyle (although my cellulite doesn't disappear with exercise)," the singer wrote.

Karrueche Tran.

In 2017, Karreuche posted a photo of her stretch marks on Instagram, referencing a Kendrick Lamar lyric as her caption: "Show me somethin' natural like [expletive] with some stretch marks", and this year, her stretch marks made another appearance on her IG feed!

Hunter McGrady.

This Sports Illustrated model always keeps it real about her body — constantly advocating for body-positivity on social media.

"Yesterday was National Bikini Day, and while I love and live in a bikini, I want to remind each and EVERY one of you that YOU are beach body ready RIGHT NOW. Whether that means you romp around in a bikini, tankini, one piece, or burkini—YOU ARE WORTHY OF BEING ON THAT BEACH OR BY THAT POOL and doing whatever the hell you want to do. Don’t be afraid to take up space ladies," she captioned this post.

Demi Lovato.

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"This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited. And guess what, it’s CELLULIT!!!! I’m just literally sooooo tired of being ashamed of my body, editing it (yes the other bikini pics were edited – and I hate that I did that but it’s the truth) so that others think I’m THEIR idea of what beautiful is, but it’s just not me. This is what I got," Demi wrote.