It's not unusual to see celebrities constantly posting selfies of their toned stomachs, but every once and a while stars like Lady Gaga, Lena Dunham, and (gasp) even Jennifer Lopez remind us that — like us — they're proud of their imperfections.
The 30-year-old Girls star has been outspoken about body confidence for years and isn't afraid to show off her body on her hit show and on Instagram. "Haters are gonna have to get more intellectual and creative with their disses in 2017," she wrote on Instagram, "because none of us are going to be scared into muumuus by faceless basement dwellers."
We know what you're thinking: "But Jennifer has the perfect body!" True, but back in 2013, fans criticized how the mom-of-two's stomach looked during a performance. "I remember right after the twins were born having that weird jiggly belly, and kind of loving it," she said back then. "Because I earned that jiggly belly."
The plus-sized model shared a video on Instagram where she talked about embracing your "fat rolls."
"Your fat rolls are beautiful," she wrote. "Having rolls of skin/fat that are soft/squidgy or big/small does not define your beauty."
Britney Spears' ex was slammed by fans back in 2014 when TMZ reported that he had put on extra weight. Jason responded by bravely uploading a picture of his stomach to Twitter and vowing to return to his Britney bod in no time. Spoiler alert: He did.
The fitness coach shared two revealing selifes of her stomach back in 2016, proving that although she has a flat stomach, she has rolls, too.
“I was recently doing a photo shoot and feeling great about the day, yet I looked down and saw my stomach and immediately got insecure,” she said at the time. "I put a stop to my unreasonable remarks by showing myself the truth and reminding myself what a healthy, full-bodied woman I am, and how that’s beautiful.”
In January 2017, the model shared these two side-by-side pics, proving that even she gets a bloated tummy from time to time. "Perfection doesn't exist, which is easy to forget when we spend so much of [our] time on social media being bombarded by 'perfect bodies,'" she said.