Celebrities are often pressured to change how they look, and many big-names in Hollywood have opened up about how hurtful and damaging this can be. From actors to models, here are stars who have opened up about being pressured to lose weight in order to succeed in their career. In at Elle's Women in Hollywood event, Jennifer Lawrence spoke out about the "humiliating" and "degrading" ways the film industry approaches body image. She went on to say that the experience made her feel "trapped" and that she now continuously reminds herself that she deserves to be treated with respect. She added that many of the roles she has been offered were based on harmful, negative stereotypes related to her size, like "the girl who wanted to commit suicide 'cause she was fat" or the girl who sits and eats all day. And for the "Glee" star , these situations and expectations have made Hollywood "a very hard place to be in" and she has never understood why casting directors can't just accept her for who she is.
The year-old often gets compared to the reality star and curvy singer Nicki Minaj, but insists one thing about her is very different — her rear is all natural. My bum is all natural, nothing has been injected. Sophie, from Edinburgh, has around , followers on social media. Sophie also shares a name with the red-haired Game of Thrones actress, who plays Sansa Stark — and bizarrely sometimes gets mistaken for her online. Sophie started modelling around a year ago following a trip to New York. And, after sharing the snaps online, it saw her profile take off.
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Turner was born in Northampton, UK in Now at the age of 20, she has been a huge success in productions such as Game of Thrones and X-Men: Apocalypse. Even though GoT is full of sex and nudity, Turner has yet to commit to baring it all. However, that may change now that she has nudes leaked in the massive Fappening scandal. Sansa Stark is all grown up and she's a naughty one!