Celebrullite Anyone? Celebrity Moms Fight Back Against Beauty Ideals, Embrace Cellulite

celluliteNearly all — 98% — of women have cellulite. Yes, that includes supermodels, actresses, and celebrity beauties such as Amber Rose and Olivia Wilde, both of whom have recently been outspoken in regards to public shaming and cyber bullying of female bodies.

Having given birth to son Otis Alexander only 11 months ago, Olivia Wilde has kept it real about what being a new mom is all about, including embracing her post-baby body.

In the April issue of Shape magazine, the actress wrote, “I am not in perfect shape. In fact, I’m softer than I’ve ever been, including that unfortunate semester in high school when I simultaneously discovered Krispy Kreme and pot.”

Wilde even went as far as to humbly assure readers that photos of her within the magazine are not a true representation of what she actually looks like. “The photos of me in this magazine have been generously constructed to show my best angles, and I assure you, good lighting has been warmly embraced. The truth is, I’m a mother, and I look like one,” Wilde explained.

Like many recent celebrity mothers who have come forward to denounce unrealistic body ideals, Wilde, 31 has been unapologetic in regards to the physical transformation her body went through during and after giving birth. She has even gone as far as to share very intimate details about the changes her body endured the first few weeks after delivery.

Amber Rose also has no problem being completely honest and baring it all — literally — about her own experiences with motherhood and body image. Recently, Rose was photographed in Maui by the paparazzi; the resulting, candid photos show the model wearing a string bikini which revealed cellulite on her legs and bottom.

The images went viral, while some fans were quick to point out the differences between Rose’s paparazzi photos and those posted on her personal Instagram account, which depict a dimple-free derriere. People even went as far to accuse the model of using Photoshop to enhance her images.

Rose quick to respond by posting a side-by-side comparison of both photos with the caption, “Yaaaaaas dimples on the booty! #StandUpStraightSoIKnowitsReal #BeautifulBabiesGiveYouBeautifulDimples #MILFIN.” Rose vehemently denied having ever used Photoshop, but did admit to using a “sunny filter” on the image in question. She went onto say that she is proud of her body, including her cellulite, and encouraged fans and haters alike to embrace themselves as they are.

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