7 Celebrities Who Aren’t Afraid To Show Off Their Flaws

  
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No one is perfect, not even some of the most stunning celebrities out there. They may look flawless on the cover of a magazine but, just like anyone else, they do have flaws. While not all celebrities are into publicly embracing their imperfections, some want to set a good example for their fans. They show off their flaws and, as it turns out, that they aren’t that different from us. We wish more celebrities would do this. Without further ado, here are 7 celebrities who are all about embracing their flaws!

7. Chrissy Teigen

There is something really refreshing about Chrissy Teigen. She doesn’t pretend to be perfect and she has no problem pointing out her flaws. She recently did this on Instagram. She posted a picture of her legs with the caption, “Bruises from bumping kitchen drawer handles for a week. Stretchies say hi!” The funny thing is, many people wouldn’t have even noticed her stretch marks if she hadn’t pointed them out.

This wasn’t the first time the Sports Illustrated model has posted pictures on Instagram of her stretch marks. In 2013, she posted a close up of them with the caption, “hi thigh stretchies I hate you but you are mine so I’ll accept you.” Tiegen has always gone out of her way to be relatable and her fans really love her for it. She may be a model, but she still has flaws, which almost all of us can relate to.

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6. LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes is a controversial figure. She broke up Eddie Cibrian’s marriage with Brandi Glanville and then went on what appeared to be a crazy diet, hence the extreme weight loss. While she may not be the best role model, she does try. Back in 2012, she was tweeting about how proud she is of her body and her stretch marks. According to her, she’s had them since she was eight!

Most recently, the country singer took to Instagram to show off her stretch marks once again. When a fan commented on the teeny tiny bikini she was wearing in the pic, she responded with, “They don’t cover it all but (no pun intended) it doesn’t look good on women when you have too much material. I hope to help all women embrace their bodies and be proud of their curves, stretch marks…Whatever! (Stretch marks I have) To have a ‘bikini body’ you must put a bikini on your body!!”

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