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Megan Fox Reveals There Was 'Never A Point' In Her Life Where She Loved Her Body

The 'Transformers' star opened up to 'Sports Illustrated' about her lifelong struggle with body dysmorphia.

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Celebrities... just like us!

They have family problems, money problems sometimes and even problems with their body image.

In the case of actor Megan Fox, it was the latter she discussed recently in a video during her photoshoot for the Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition.

Fox opened up about her struggles with body dysmorphia.

“I don’t ever see myself the way other people see me. There was never a point in my life where I loved my body―never, ever.”

She went further in the video that you can see here:

Fox continued with her message for others dealing with body dysmorphia.

"I want all people, not just women, to have respect for their bodies, and for themselves."

At first people were taken aback, because Fox is widely agreed upon to be one of the more beautiful celebrities around.

Others praised her for coming forward and sharing her insecurities.

Many shared this was their struggle or pointed out Fox isn't alone in her feelings of body dysmorphia due to unrealistic beauty standards.

Another person pointed out growing up young and beautiful in the public eye has its own unique pressures.

There was an unfortunately large portion who missed the point and commented they loved Fox's body.

Others joked about her 2009 cult horror movie Jennifer's Body.

Fox joined Martha Stewart, Kim Petras and Brooks Nader as cover models for the 2023 Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Issue.