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14+ Times Celebs Weren't Afraid To Share Their Unfiltered Bodies On Instagram

If you've been struggling with your body image, sit down, grab a pen, and take note from these 14+ celebs who weren't afraid to share their unfiltered bodies on Instagram.

Prepare to be inspired!

Olivia Munn

Instagram | @oliviamunn

While many fans praised the X-Men star for posting this unfiltered image of her looking gorgeous, there were a few trolls who decided to be jerks and point out the cellulite on her legs.

"Cottage cheese," they commented, "Don't forget the gravy on those fries!" another one wrote.

Being the fierce queen that she is, Munn responded on behalf of women everywhere:

“What woman doesn’t have cellulite??” she wrote, “It’s not gonna stop me from posting a pic.”

When Demi Lovato reminded us all to love ourselves.

Instagram | @ddlovato

Demi Lovato has always been a champion for body positivity — and we love them for it.

They did just that when they posted a series of images, including this one, about loving their body no matter what it does — or doesn't — look like.

When Sarah Hyland gave fans a glimpse into the effects of her health struggles.

Instagram | @sarahyland

The Modern Family star shared the not-so-pretty side to the health struggles she endures from being born with what's called kidney dysplasia.

Her father even donated his kidney to her in 2012.

"I don't mind when you say that I look pregnant. Or fat. Because I know that my face is swollen from medication that is saving my life," she wrote in 2017.

When Ashley Graham made us all feel better about having a few "lumps and bumps."

Instagram | @ashleygraham

The model, who recently announced she's expecting her first child with her husband Justin Ervin, has always been an advocate for body positivity and self-love.

So we expected no less when she captioned this totally real image with an even more real caption.

"I workout. I do my best to eat well. I love the skin I'm in. And I'm not ashamed of a few lumps, bumps or cellulite...and you shouldn't be either."

When Jessica Simpson sought help for her pregnancy struggles.

Instagram | @jessicasimpson

Pregnancy can bring a lot of ups and downs, with one of those downs being swollen ankles for some.

That was the case for the singer who bravely took to Instagram to share this pic and ask her followers for help.

Thankfully, she got a tip to try cupping, an ancient Chinese technique, that helped bring the swelling down.

Whenever Kim Kardashian hasn't been shy to share her struggles with psoriasis.

Instagram | @kimkardashian

She may be known for always looking impeccable, but that hasn't stopped the reality star from keeping it real from time to time.

For her, that means sharing her struggles with the skin condition, psoriasis. She even developed body makeup to help sufferers like herself cover it.

When Kourtney Kardashian was proud of every part of her body.

Instagram | @poosh

Another Kardashian to show us her #unfiltered side was Kourtney.

The mom of three inspired her millions of fans when she posted this image, stretch marks and all.

She even wrote "I love my little stripes" in the comments.

When Priyanka got the best body-positive revenge...with her armpits.

Instagram | @priyankachopra

The stunning actress took a very unique stand against the crazy photoshopping job Maxim India did on her cover by posting this image.

When Chrissy Teigen's stretch marks said hi to the world.

Instagram | @chrissyteigen

She's one of the realest celebs on Instagram, so of course, she's not shy to show off her "imperfections" on the 'gram.

She did so with her signature humor by captioning this image with "stretchies say hi!"

When Kaitlyn Bristowe shared a very important message with a selfie.

Instagram | @kaitlynbristowe

This former Bachelorette star has been using her fame for good!

To help remind people that social media isn't "real life," she began posting unfiltered images under the hashtag #realstagram.

When Hilary Duff stood up for women everywhere with this brave post.

Instagram | @hilaryduff

The actress has been in the spotlight for a long time, which means that she understands how brutal the tabloids can be on imperfections.

That's precisely why she posted this image "on behalf of young girls, women, and mothers of all ages" as a way to encourage everyone to embrace their bodies.

"Ladies, lets be proud of what we've got and stop wasting precious time in the day wishing we were different, better, and unflawed," she wrote.

When Ashley Graham shared this backside pic of herself AND clapped back at a body-shamer.

Instagram | @ashleygraham

There's a pretty epic story behind this pic.

After a troll commented "we thought you work out," Ashley stood up for every woman out there with her epic response.

"Girls with cellulite and rolls can’t work out also?”

When Danielle Brooks flaunted her curves in a swimsuit.

Instagram | @daniebb3

This Orange is the New Black star doesn't need your photoshop, thankyouverymuch.

She dubbed herself "voice of the curves" when she captioned the image below with: "Why Photoshop When You This P•H•A•T (Pretty, Hot, and Tempting) #200plusclub #voiceofthecurves."

When Serena Williams refused to have her images retouched for *Harper's Bazaar*.

She made a powerful statement with the move, along with her essay on the topic, where she wrote:

“I’ve been called every name in the book. I’ve been shamed because of my body shape. I’ve been paid unequally because of my [expletive]...In short, it’s never been easy. But then I think of the next girl who is going to come along who looks like me, and I hope, ‘Maybe, just maybe, my voice will help her.’”

When Jameela Jamil wasn't afraid to share this image of her legs.

In her caption, the actress, who also appeared in Aerie's untouched ads, wrote:

"All girls have cellulite. often even new born babies have it. It’s totally normal, and not a failure of any kind. Celebrities , adverts. and magazines have GOT to stop editing this stuff out. #babebumps"

When Zendaya posted this edited vs. unedited picture to prove a strong point.

Zendaya went to bat for women everywhere when she called out a magazine for photoshopping her hips and torso to make them smaller.

When Bebe Rexha showed the world what a real woman looks like without Photoshop.

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," she captioned the gorgeous pic.

"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."

When this former Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky, was proud of her post-pregnancy body.

Instagram | @alifedotowsky

Ali is so grateful for her "flaws" because it's what brought her son into her life.

She captioned the pic, "I look at my tummy and then I look at his smiling face - and just like that, in my eyes, my so called “flaw” becomes my greatest gift. #gratefulformysocalledflaws"

When Demi Lovato didn't care about the body shamers.

Instagram | @ddlovato

Recently, the singer posted this gorgeous snap of her "celebrating national cellulite day" with an empowering message to go with it.

"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."

When Amy Schumer made it clear that pregnant women don't always glow.

Instagram | @amyschumer

Leave it up to Amy Schumer to always keep things real with a bit of humor!

"Am I glowing?" she captioned this pic, along with the hashtag #hyperemesisgravidarum, which is an illness of intense morning sickness.

When Jessie James Decker embraced her "loose mommy skin."

Instagram | @jessiejamesdecker

So many fans praised the country singer for not being afraid to poke fun at her imperfections.

"Love that you're showing off the extra belly skin from carrying such big babies!"

"My big bubby was 10lb 1oz and my belly looks like same!!"

"I'm somewhat self conscious of it but I love that you own it and you own your happiness. Thanks for all the inspiration," one wrote.

When Jameela Jamil renamed her boob stretch marks "babe marks."

Instagram | @jameelajamilofficial

The actress wants women to look at their bodies differently.

"Boob stretch marks are a normal, beautiful thing. I have stretch marks all over my body and I hereby rename them all Babe Marks."

"They are a sign my body dared to take up extra space in a society that demands our eternal thinness."

"They are my badge of honor for resisting society’s weaponizing of the female form," she captioned the photo.

When Kendall Jenner got real about her acne struggles

Sure, it was for an ad, but it wasn't easy for the Kardashian-Jenner to be open about the skin struggles that have caused a lot of mean tweets online.

When Rihanna let her leg hair free.

Instagram | @badgalriri

While the singer didn't mention her leg hair in this gorgeous picture, it was on display.

Thankfully, it caused her fans to embrace their hair for summer.

"Rihanna has leg hair in her insta post so nobody better tell me [expletive] when I grow out my leg hair this summer," someone wrote on Twitter.

Honestly, we love to see it!!!

When Jessica Simpson also got real about leg hair.

Instagram | @jessicasimpson

Speaking of leg hair, Jessica poked fun at the beauty struggle soooo many of us go through: missing a spot while shaving.

It happens!

When Drew Barrymore showed the world her off-duty look.

Instagram | @drewbarrymore

This picture helped fans know that it's okay to not look perfect all of the time; even Drew Barrymore gets too busy to upkeep her brows from time to time!

When Jessie J didn't care that people noticed her cellulite.

Instagram | @jessiej

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," she captioned the photo.