16+ Celebs Who Aren’t Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Nobody should be ashamed of cellulite. So, good for you if you don't have it, and congrats if you have it too.

Research tells us that 80 to 90 percent of women have cellulite. It has something to do with how the body distributes fat.

So, even if you are the most active person in the world, you can have some cellulite, just like the average couch potato.

You should understand that cellulite is entirely natural in the body, which means it's not a crime to have it. If you don't believe me, then these celebrities might help win you over.

That also means that if you think cellulite is shameful, then you should clearly change your attitude.

1. Hunter McGrady

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Not only is Hunter McGrady a proud plus-size model, but she is also not afraid to show off her cellulite. She sees no point in hiding something that defines so many women's bodies.

This level of body positivity makes Hunter incredibly beautiful, and her career is practically based on this attitude. Good for her!

2. Chrissy Teigan

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

By now, it is pretty clear to many people that Chrissy Teigan does not care what everyone thinks of her body, which is fantastic. She posts unfiltered and unedited pictures of herself, showing everything from cellulite to stretch marks.

She is obviously right since we should never get to a point where we are so afraid of our bodies, especially for ladies who are also moms.

In addition to showing off her cellulite, Chrissy Teigan has no problem showing off her stretch marks as well. Here is a picture of her thigh, showing off her stretch marks.

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

The caption she added to this picture was "Whatevs," which shows how secure she is with how she looks.

3. Hillary Duff

What's more heartwarming than seeing a picture of a mom having some quality vacation time with her children? During a recent vacation, Hillary Duff did not let body shaming get in her way.

The celebrity got a lot of criticism for posting the photo, but she couldn't care less, and nor should she have.

4. Tess Holiday

For Tess Holiday, being featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine in 2018 was a rare opportunity. Tess is a firm believer in body positivity, and many other women should follow her example because it's really working out great for her.

She sees herself as a role model and will not let wrong opinions about her body get in her way of living her life to the fullest.

5. Kelly Rowland

Unflattering paparazzi pictures happen, and Kelly Rowland knows this all too well. However, instead of being ashamed of such photos, she totally owns them, even if they show off her cellulite.

She addressed the issue in an interview where she talked about an unflattering picture of her that showed her imperfections, which apparently made people try to body shame her.

The incident turned out to be a good thing for her because she embraced her body more.

6. Amy Schumer

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Amy did not just stop at showing off a picture of her cellulite but went a step further and added hashtags that ensured everyone understood how she felt about this aspect of her body.

Few celebrities have embraced their bodies as wholeheartedly as Amy Schumer has. Her hashtags for this picture included #celluliteformyhomies.

7. Demi Lovato

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Demi has been pretty clear that she loves her body, no matter how it looks. That is why her social media posts feature pictures showing off her body regardless of the cellulite.

The celebrity proudly embraces her cellulite, which is pretty cool.

8. Ashley Graham

For Ashley Graham, showing off the cellulite is part of the job. So, it is nothing to be ashamed of.

She is one of the few plus-size models who has no issues posting her photos without editing them. Clearly, she needs no lessons on how to embrace her body and all its perfect imperfections.

9. Kaitlyn Bristowe

For Kaitlin Bristowe, seeing this photo was not particularly easy. The Bachelorette star was brought up to loathe her cellulite, like so many other people.

Fortunately, a quick pep talk set her straight, and she now understands that dimples on your ass can be just as cute as dimples on your face.

10. Iskra

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Iskra has been very outspoken about unhealthy beauty standards. She posted a picture for her millions of fans to prove she loves herself despite having what society thinks are unsightly body flaws.

That was a pretty empowering move.

11. Danielle Brooks

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Brooks has made it very clear that she is very proud of her body, despite society's thinking of it. That is why Orange is the New Black star has no problems posting pictures of herself showing off her cellulite.

When she put up this picture, she asked people why they need to photoshop their photos when they can be that P.H.A.T (Pretty, Hot, And Tempting).

12. Jessie J

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Jessie J does not care if you see her cellulite or not, however annoying it is when people bring it up. She understands that women have to meet unusually high beauty standards.

Obviously, we would all be better off listening to her music instead of wasting that time discussing her cellulite.

13. Lena Dunham

When Lena Dunham appeared with other Girls' stars on the cover of Glamour magazine in 2017, she had no problem showing off her cellulite.

The star owns her look and her body, despite what body shamers might think.

14. Lady Gaga

Although Lady Gaga put on a fantastic show during the 2017 Superbowl, that was not what people wanted to talk about afterward. Instead, they chose to focus on her cellulite.

When she learned about this, she decided to say something about it. She is clearly not concerned about what the world thinks about her appearance.

15. Busy Phillips

Busy Phillips is an incredible actress and talk show host. She also became an Aerie Role Model, where she agreed to pose for photos without doing any retouching on them.

Since 2014, Aerie has not done any retouching on the models.

16. Karrueche Tran

Karrueche does not have a cellulite issue, but she has stretch marks which she is not afraid to show off.

The stretch marks affect the same areas as cellulite, and they are nothing more than skin art for body-positive people. That must be why the celebrity looks so cool with them, and in some way, they enhance her natural beauty.

17. DeniSe Maria Sanz Laurel

Once more, this actress does not have a cellulite problem per se, but she does have stretch marks, which come with being a mom for most women. The best part is that she has no problem with having these marks on her body.

That explains why she can comfortably post pictures of herself showing off her stretch marks.

18. Jameela Jamil

Jameela is not just body-positive. She is also not afraid to call out those who like to body shame others. Despite the backlash she gets, she has never relented in her fight to ensure that women have a right to feel proud of their bodies even if they fail to meet ridiculous society standards.

She posted the picture above to prove how ridiculous modern beauty standards can get, explaining that it did not represent how she looks. Her point was that the picture looked totally unrealistic.

19. Rihanna

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Rihanna might not have a big problem with cellulite or stretch marks, but she is very body-positive. That is why she can proudly show off her body hair, which some people think is alien to a woman's body.

She does not care what people think of her, and that is why the celebrity can show off her unshaven legs with pride.

20. Padma Lakshmi

16+ Celebs Who Aren't Ashamed Of Their Cellulite

Padma does not mind that everyone knows she has stretch marks, and it's because she is fine with them. During one of her birthdays, she posted a picture where she made it clear she had no problem with how her body looks even if it did not meet beauty standards imposed on women in the entertainment industry.