The Celeb MANTRAS We Need To HEED

Refuse to be­lieve you are GOR­GEOUS? Stick these on the fridge

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We’re all look­ing for in­spi­ra­tion to find the beauty that lies within us right now af­ter in­dulging a bit too much – and we’re not the only ones. Even A-list celebs fight a daily bat­tle to feel body-beau­ti­ful. So be­fore you refuse to look in the mir­ror, get TLC’S 1999 hit Un­pretty set up on re­peat, check out what these celebs have to say on beat­ing neg­a­tiv­ity and channel those pos­i­tive vibes…

be com­fort­able ‘I feel very com­fort­able in my own skin. When some­one makes jokes about me be­ing heavy, it makes me mad. It’s not true. I’m right where I should be.’ AMY SCHUMER

cel­e­brate Your curves ‘I wrote Booty­li­cious be­cause at the time [aged 18] I’d gained some weight and the pres­sure that peo­ple put you un­der to be thin is unbelievable. You should be think­ing about build­ing up your char­ac­ter and hav­ing fun. It’s a cel­e­bra­tion of curves and a cel­e­bra­tion of women’s bod­ies.’ bey­oncé

be Strong ‘I love that I can be sexy. I’m proud of it. Be open, if not part of the change, be­cause it’s un­de­ni­ably hap­pen­ing.’ GIGI HA­DID

Haters are UN­HAPPY ‘Guess what, I’m healthy and happy, and if you’re hat­ing on my weight you ob­vi­ously aren’t.’ DEMI LO­VATO

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