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Miley Cyrus & More Stars Who've Battled Weight Criticism

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Miley Cyrus slammed weight critics this week on Twitter -- but she's hardly the first female star to face criticism over her body in public.

"I LOVE being shaped like a WOMAN & trust me ladies your man won't mind either," Miley said to all the haters who bashed her for having a fuller face (but still looking healthy, happy and, in our opinion, beautiful) in recent photos.

The young star is only the latest in a long line of women who have hit back at the critics head-on.

Demi Lovato, Adele, Jessica Simpson and more -- see who else has battled with haters.

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Jackie:  1038 days ago

They are all beautiful women...keep your heads up.

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ticallion:  1038 days ago

If they don't want anyone to call them fat, they shouldn't have exploited their skinny bodies to make millions of dollars. Trust me, if they were fat from jump, you would've never heard of them. Take to bad with the good and stop complaining.

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ticallion:  1038 days ago

Far more people die from obesity related illnesses than eating disorders. Stands to reason that we'd save a lot more lives if we stopped pretending that these chicks weren't fat.

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CEE:  1038 days ago

There is nothing fat about any of them... People like to pick on them... Obese?? Oh Please they are not even close...Especially Miley she is a normal sized girl not Hollywood skinny. In the normal world we would call her skinny to be honest...

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Ilovetibby:  1037 days ago

Wow. You are insane. None if these girls were ever even close to being obese. Even with a few extra pounds these girls have always looked amazing. I hope you don't teach your children to think like you. Eating disorders are very real and people like you fuel the fire. Grow up, please. Go live your life without trying to make others feel bad.

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Don:  1033 days ago

I really don't understand why everyone jumped down ticallion's throat over his comments. You may not like how "blunt" he was but the message is still correct. Is this some massive female conspiracy to stop guys from chasing the more attractive ones? Everyone always screams, "it's because of people like you that there are eating disorders". Absolutely not. Women who are in actuality "healthy" in terms of weight are far more attractive to the average guy than those who are not. Jessica Simpson or Miley Cyrus are more attractive to a larger percentage of men when they are thinner. You don't get applauded for not taking care of yourself, putting on weight, and then not caring what people think. You get applauded for taking care of yourself, exercising, eating right and not caring what people think. You wouldn't know who Miley Cyrus or Jessica Simpson are if they looked like this when they were first coming up. And it's not that they look SO terrible. It's just that there are 10,000 other women who just got off the bus in hollywood who look SO amazing and who are just as talented if not more so. They got their shot in the most shallow industry in the world, BECAUSE THEY WERE THIN AND HOT. You can not argue with this point. It's a fact. I wholeheartedly agree that they chose an industry that catapulted them for their looks and then chastised that same shallow industry when it turned on them and called them out for gaining weight. If it wasn't for this exploitive system of taking advantage of young, thin, hot women, then Jessica Simpson would be working at McDonalds right now instead of walking around as a billionaire. Deal with it. You sold your soul to be famous. When you dance with the Devil, you are going to get burned. Get back on the treadmill, or get out of Hollywood.

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