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10 Celebrities And Their Secret Body Insecurities

Celebrities can often seem impossibly perfect. After all, we generally see them in two situations – when they’re impeccably groomed and lit on a movie screen, or beautifully made up and styled on a re

Celebrities can often seem impossibly perfect. After all, we generally see them in two situations – when they’re impeccably groomed and lit on a movie screen, or beautifully made up and styled on a red carpet or television interview. Even when celebrities are spotted by paparazzi going about their everyday lives, they generally look pretty good – and why shouldn’t they, when they can afford the top hair dressers, wardrobe stylists, personal trainers, personal chefs and more. Never a hair out of place, never an extra ounce on their toned frames.

Given all the access they have to personal services that help them maintain a certain image, it can be easy to think that celebrities are constantly walking around totally confident in their appearance. However, at the end of the day, celebrities are still people. Though someone may look at them and think they’re perfect, many of them have their own set of insecurities just like every other person.

They generally put a brave face forward and show up on the red carpet or movie set with a smile on their face. They send out positive messages – love your body, love who you are, accept yourself, everyone is unique, etc. However, every now and then in an interview, a celebrity will be a little bit more candid and reveal some of the facets of their appearance that they still feel insecure about.

Here are 10 celebrities and their body insecurities.

10 Jennifer Lawrence

9 Beyonce 

8 Anne Hathaway

7 Taylor Swift

6 Katy Perry

5 Cheryl Cole

4 Kate Moss

3 Katie Holmes

2 Angelina Jolie

1 Michelle Pfeiffer

Michelle Pfeiffer is in her 50s, yet she still looks better than many women do in their 20s or 30s. Her face is viewed as one of the most beautiful in Hollywood, and it ranks high on the criteria of the ‘Golden Ratio,’ a number that measures facial proportions to determine the most aesthetically pleasing structures. In a 1990 interview with People magazine, she commented that “I look like a duck. It’s the way that my mouth sort of curls up, or my nose tilts up.” She’s since laughed over the comments, but her former insecurity proves that even the most beautiful celebrities aren’t immune to feeling down about certain parts of their body.

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