Piers Morgan continues to troll the plus-size beauty over her weight, and she's not having it.
Even though Chrissy Teigen often appears flawless on the red carpet, the host of "Lip Sync Battle" and mom of two said she still gets uncomfortable. "I have such anxiety," Teigen said.
Thankfully, these Negative Nancies were called out for being rude AF by saner fans.
“I'm a U.S. size 6 to 8, so if that's how I’m being spoken to in a gym, you can imagine what people say to people who are larger than that,” the actress noted.
Curvy model Amelia Stubbs is speaking out after being fat-shamed by an L.A.-based magazine employee.
Kelly Ripa responded to an Instagram commenter who said she’d had a nose job and gotten veneers, saying that neither is true.
"I'm happy with my body and who I am and other kids who are built like me and thinner than me should be able to feel the same way."
Broadway star Alysha Umphress is tearing up the stage in an off-Broadway production of Smokey Joe's Cafe. However, New York Times critic Laura Collins-Hughes commented in her review about the actress's size — and many are calling it body-shaming. "Truly disappointed and saddened," Umphress wrote.
Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad called the publication's reference to her friends' bodies "disgusting."
The singer-songwriter told fans last week that she was "preggo," but it turned out to be a joke.
"We need to respect women more than this," the star of "The Good Place" tweeted after a magazine body-shamed stars like Lea Michele and Mariah Carey.
A Democratic congressional candidate in Missouri is getting raves for clapping back against anyone who tries to body shame her.
Mallory Hagan, Miss America 2013, was attacked for her weight and sex life in an email scandal. Now she could be headed to Congress.
The 'Riverdale' star explained why she won't stay silent when it comes to facing criticism about her body.
The "Ocean's 8" star opens up about the negative remarks she has received, including getting advice on her weight as a teen actress.
The "Today" host blamed her polka-dot dress for sparking pregnancy rumors, but insisted that it's a question women should never be asked.
Three former members of the Houston Texans cheerleading squad claim that women were mocked about their appearance and made to perform without compensation.
Savannah Phillips was in tears over the hurtful comments, until another passenger on her flight intervened.
"I was stopped by an aide who asked me if I had another shirt with me," Samantha Sollitto tells Yahoo Lifestyle. "When I responded no, she gave me a plain navy T-shirt."