Nicole Scherzinger attends the first day of auditions for ‘X Factor’ in Liverpool, England in June 2017. After battling bulimia in her 20s, Nicole Scherzinger is stronger than ever. The Pussycat Dolls singer, 39, is opening up to Cosmopolitan U.K. about body confidence and life after overcoming the eating disorder.
Ashley Graham directed a lingerie photoshoot with 4 women to prove that body insecurities happen to everyone.
The "Modern Family" star says "leadership is really anti-women right now. Thanks to Donald Trump, we’re being objectified and made to feel bad about ourselves."
Ariel Winter bites back at people criticizing her outfit at a recent "Modern Family" event and urged her young followers to wear whatever they want.
Ariel Winter possibly didn't get the "don't get glammed up" memo that the rest of her castmates got.
It’s clear that since the breakup, Christina hasn’t been slacking on her workouts. Tarek has also been super motivated since the split — and battling two cancers. “I shot this and was too embarrassed to share so I didn’t,” he wrote beside a pic of him pumping iron.
Emma Thompson will not stand for body shaming! The British Oscar-winning actress was discussing the pressures to be thin in Hollywood during an interview on Swedish talk show Skavlan, when she made some shocking revelations about the industry. Thompson claimed there are some actresses who “simply don’t eat” and said she once threatened to walk off a film set when a female costar was asked to lose weight.
Just like the rest of us mere mortals, music superstar Mariah Carey is particular about her photographs and how she looks in them. In an age when Instagram and Snapchat filters exist to blur out imperfections and nifty apps like Facetune erase wrinkles, it’s understandable that everyone wants to look their best in photos.
We’ve packed away our tanks on the East Coast, but life is an endless summer for Bella Hadid. The model has been showing off her abs around the world over the last few weeks.
The 27-year-old actor, who played Sarah Hyland’s love interest, Dylan, on the hit ABC comedy, courageously shared his story in a blog post on HuffPo, detailing how his looks “were the only thing that mattered” to him and how he had hoped plastic surgery would make him look like Brad Pitt. “After a few years of doing this, one day I decided I had to get cosmetic surgery. ‘No one is allowed to be this ugly,’ I thought. At the time, “I genuinely believed if I had one procedure I would suddenly look like Brad Pitt,” he shared.