Friday, 14 September 2012

How Celebrities Deal With Cellulite

Women wince when they hear the word cellulite. Celebrities, in particular, are ridiculed and criticized for having cellulite. Paparazzi love taking pictures of celebrities with cottage cheese thighs. maybe this is because the rest of us ordinary people love to see celebrities have the same predicament we have. In fact, 90% of women actually have cellulite, so there is really no reason to get all fussy over cellulite; all of us have it anyway. unless, if you're a man.

To the less privileged, celebrity cellulite is rather entertaining news. It makes celebrities and stars more human. thus, cellulite has become a common and favorite subject matter to the paparazzo. Countless singers, movie stars and celebrities have made it in the headlines thanks to their celebrity cellulite. Big names on the music world such as Britney Spears, Rihanna, Fergie and Jessica Simpson look great on the stage but are unsuccessful in hiding their cellulite from the paparazzi. Movie stars Halle Berry and Goldie Hawn have it. Young stars Hillary Duff, Tara Reid, Sophia Bush and Mischa Barton have it too. even celebrity cellulite is spotted on designer Donnatella Versace who dressed and clothed many Hollywood stars.

A few bold celebrities stepped up and declared their love for their bodies, celebrity cellulite and all. Despite the apparent visibility of cellulite, it is of no issue to them. Many stars still wear bikinis and shorts to show off their assets. Kelly Clarkson, known for her great voice and tendency into the 'chubby' side, admitted that she does get hurt on how the media picks on her weight. 'Celebrities aren't fem-bots after all, and they do have cellulite!', she said.

After un-retouched photos of Kim Kardashian surfaced on the internet, without the original trims, retouch, and airbrush, she is determined to prove to the public that she loves her body, regardless of what other people think.

Jennifer Love Hewitt, after photos of her in a bikini in Hawaii were attacked because of the visible cellulite, hit back to the public clear and straight: she loves her body, and she was not sorry for herself, but sorry for the rest of the girls who are struggling with self image. Love Hewitt reminded the public that size 2 isn't fat, and cellulite is normal. Cellulite doesn't make celebrities less talented or less beautiful anyway.

Cellulite is a touchy subject for us, but Celebrity Cellulite is a fun and entertaining subject. Is this how we want to think, and feel? Ridicule the stars and pick on celebrity cellulite? no wonder the youth have such low self-esteem and no love for their own bodies. It's high time to realize that perfection in reality doesn't really exist. Cellulite, celebrity or not, is inevitable, for it is a natural part of a female's body.

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