13 Celebrities Who Embraced Their Flaws and Got Real About Loving Their Bodies

If you look into our fascination with celebrities, you may find that they represent a certain “beacon of success” for ordinary people. We love to copy those who are graced with fame and fortune, but some of them can be particularly influential thanks to all their stories about overcoming a bad hand that life had dealt them. celebrity gossip, celebrity gossip, celebrity gossip

At Ringkeh.com, we love a good success story but we also love it when celebrities prove to be more than just a fashion icon and can show examples of self-love and acceptance. That being said, we’ve put together a list of celebrities we admire for that particular reason.

1. Karolina Kurkova

Czech model, Karolina Kurkova is best known for her performance in Victoria’s Secret’s underwear show. But if you’ve ever looked closely at her pictures (although not in magazines because it gets photoshopped), you’ve probably noticed that the lovely lady has no belly button. This is due to a childhood surgery, most probably fixing a hernia. That doesn’t spoil her looks at all though. celebrity gossip, celebrity gossip, celebrity gossip

2. Melanie Gaydos

Having a genetic disease that alters your whole appearance may break a lot of people, but Melanie Gaydos has embraced it. The 28-year-old model has ectodermal dysplasia and she is almost blind and bald due to alopecia — yet she is in high in demand in the modeling world. Melanie has modeled for Eugenio Recuenco, Galore magazine, Cosmopolitan, and walked for Nina Athanasiou at New York Fashion Week.

3. Megan Fox

Whoever thought that one of the hottest actresses in Holywood had no flaws will be surprised to learn about the form of her thumbs and fingers — Megan Fox suffers from clubbed thumbs. Allegedly, the stunning actress used to have low self-esteem because of it, before learning to appreciate her body in its full form.

4. Sylvester Stallone

We may argue about the acting ability of Mr. Stallone, but no one can argue that he has become an icon of the ’90s film industry. But before that, he had to overcome the struggle of damaged nerves in his face — one half of it barely moves, which gave his character Rambo his signature expression.

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