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Meghan McCain addresses dangers of body shaming: This 'can lead women to eating disorders'

Erin Jensen, USA TODAY
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Meghan McCain's view is that she's just fine, hear that critics?

The "View" co-host responded to a Twitter user who commented on her size in a since-deleted tweet.

"How many pounds ago was that profile picture?" the user asked."Jenny Craig, NutriSystem or Weight Watchers (WW) would endorse you without hesitation."

McCain, who has a reputation for not hesitating to speak her mind, put the person in their place.

"Hey Jacklynn - it's harassment like this that can lead women to eating disorders," she tweeted in response. "I am one of the lucky ones who never suffered from it."

McCain added: "I never dieted to get a man or a job and some how landed my dream both - hope young girls see me and know they don't have to diet either."

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McCain isn't alone in celebrities calling out their trolls.

Last month, late night host James Corden delivered apointed message to Bill Maher, telling his fellow talk-show host that his comments about fat-shaming "needing to make a comeback" are unacceptable.

"There is a common and Insulting misconception that fat people are stupid and lazy and we're not," Corden said on "The Late Late Show." "Like we get it. We know.We know that being overweight isn't good for us. And I've struggled my entire life trying to manage my weight. And I suck at it."

"We're not all as lucky as Bill Maher, you know," he added. "We don't all have a sense of superiority that burns 35,000 calories a day, right?"

Also in September, Demi Lovato posted an unedited bikini picture to Instagram that embraced her imperfections.

"This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited," Lovato wrote in the NSFW caption, calling attention to her cellulite, which she dubbed "CELLULIT."

Lovato went on to write that she was "literally sooooo tired of being ashamed of my body," admitting that the other bikini photos she's posted have been edited, and telling fans that she's "back in tv/film while not stressing myself with a strenuous workout schedule before 14 hour days."

"This is what I got," she wrote."I want this new chapter in my life to be about being authentic to who I am rather than trying to meet someone elses standards. So heres me, unashamed, unafraid and proud to own a body that has fought through so much and will continue to amaze me when I hopefully give birth one day."

Contributing: Maeve McDermott

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