Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian is over all the haters' body shaming games.

After several years of people criticizing her weight and even calling her the "fat sister," the 32-year-old worked her booty off (quite literally) in the gym and has noticeably slimmed down. Now, people are starting to say she's "too skinny," arguing that she lost too much weight. 

More than just her appearance though, KoKo has talked about how good she feels after working out and eating right, which is why she's not about to let any of the haters get her down. She took to Twitter to shrug off the criticism.

"I need to remember the date today!!" she tweeted. "Never would I have ever thought I would be in the media for being 'too skinny'. What on earth?!?!" She added, "First I'm too fat and now I'm too skinny. I love this game!!"

It's a game she can't seem to win...but she's not alone.

Several celebrities' bodies have been a topic of conversation throughout the years. One second they're "too big" and the next their "too little;" one day they're "pregnant" and the next they're "not eating." It's a sad, ongoing battle that needs to end—all bodies, no matter the shape or size, are beautiful.

With that being said, here are 11 more stars who are over the whole "too fat/too skinny" debate and what they have to say about it:

Kim Kardashian, MET Gala

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Kim Kardashian Khloe isn't the only Kardashian who has faced public scrutiny over her weight. When Kim was pregnant with North West, she was criticized for gaining too much weight and even called a "whale" at the Met Gala that year. 

She has been working hard to get back to her "pre-baby weight," often sharing her progress on social media, but she was still accused of altering her body in the "M.I.L.F. Money" music video.

She hushed up haters, taking to her app and writing, "I'm proud of my body and my curves." She also noted in an interview that making fun of her pregnancy weight was "not cool" and "not fair." 

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Jessica Simpson The singer was heavily chastised for looking bigger in a pair of "mom jeans" and then again after gaining weight during her two pregnancies. But as soon as she started slimming down again, the criticism didn't stop.

A photo of the fashion mogul wearing shorts revealed her super toned legs, and people began sounding off that she had become too muscular.

However, she never let the body shamers have their way. In fact, she let them inspire her! "They empowered me to rise above and stand up for all the women out there that do have trouble losing the weight," she said in an interview in 2014. "I'm not saying they didn't hurt. I have feelings and hormones. I got emotional about it at times, but if anything I just kind of wanted to be a champion for other women and say, 'We can do this.'"

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Beyoncé She may be the Queen B but that hasn't protected her from the wrath of body shamers. While the singer was slammed for losing too much weight for her role in Dreamgirls, she was also heavily criticized for gaining weight in recent years. 

So how does Bey deal with the hate? Like a boss. "I feel like my body is borrowed, and this life is very temporary," she revealed in the short film Yours and Mine in December 2014. "We do not value ourselves enough, especially young people don't really appreciate how brilliant our bodies are. I've always been very, very specific and very choosy—very choosy—about what I do with my body and who I want to share that with."

Mariah Carey, 1 OAK Nightclub, Las Vegas

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Mariah Carey The singer's body has often been a topic of conversation, constantly seeing headlines like, "Is she pregnant or fat?" After gaining 70 pounds during her pregnancy, she used Jenny Craig to lose weight, and yet people still had something to say, accusing her of using Photoshop to give herself abs and slim down in photo spreads. 

Instead of speaking out against the haters, Mariah continues to work on herself. In a recent interview, she explained, "Yes. My diet is very bleak. I overuse the word because there is a lot of bleakness going on. My bleak diet is horrendous, but I don't want to tell anyone about it because it's none of their business."

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Renée Zellweger The actress was slammed for putting on too much weight for her role in Bridget Jones' Diary, but then she was chastised even more for looking too skinny after dropping the weight again. People even began accusing her of being anorexic. 

"When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic, it's very unfair and disappointing," she said in an interview with the Daily Express in 2013. "It's not very pleasant to read reports which say you've gone too far or this or that."

She shrugged it all off, saying, "I have a lifestyle that involves keeping my sanity by going to the gym." Boom!


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Pink The rockstar might be used to people continuously talking about her body, but that doesn't mean she'll let them get away with it. Despite her insanely beautiful and strong body—which she has worked hard for—she's been criticized for her weight. 

"I can see that some of you are concerned about me from your comments about my weight,"she tweeted last year after people began chatting about her body. "You're referring to the pictures of me from last night's cancer benefit that I attended to support my dear friend Dr. Maggie DiNome. She was given the Duke Award for her tireless efforts and stellar contributions to the eradication of cancer. But unfortunately, my weight seems much more important to some of you. While I admit that the dress didn't photograph as well as it did in my kitchen, I will also admit that I felt very pretty. In fact, I feel beautiful."

She continued, "So, my good and concerned peoples, please don't worry about me. I'm not worried about me. And I'm not worried about you either. I am perfectly fine, perfectly happy, and my healthy, voluptuous and crazy strong body is having some much deserved time off. Thanks for your concern."

Demi Lovato

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Demi Lovato After struggling with an eating disorder for a long period of time, the singer finally began loving herself and her body exactly the way it is...but that didn't stop other people from hating on it.

Demi has dedicated a lot of her time to speaking out against body shaming, even releasing her song "Confident" and posing for sexier photo shoots as a part of that cause.

"I've gone from hating every inch of my body to doing a photo shoot in my underwear in front of the entire world," she told E! News last summer. "That's more of statement to me than just looking sexy on a magazine cover."

In 2013 she began her process of self-acceptance, telling Teen Vogue, "I don't have the body of a model or Barbie. My main thing about being in the spotlight with my fans is, I want to be real to them. I have my problem areas, but I'm happy in my skin right now. I'm not going to sacrifice my mental health to have the perfect body."


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Snooki The reality star went from being called a "meatball" on Jersey Shore to a total fitness lover after her days on the show. However, her weight loss only resulted in continued hate from people, forcing her to speak out against them.

"People are jerks," the 25-year-old mom said in an interview in 2013. "I don't look emaciated—I look healthy!" She continued, "My arms still jiggle when I wave! I'm 4-foot-9, which is the size of a third-grader, so weighing 96 pounds is normal for me."

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Hilary Duff The actress is one of the many celebs whose body has been a topic of conversation for, like, ever. As a teenager she was too skinny, and now, after having a kid, people have criticized her weight gain.

Hilary doesn't let it affect her too much, staying active and healthy and accepting her body no matter what. 

"Everyone was so hard on me because it took me a year and a half to get my body back!" She told Health magazine of the criticism that came after her pregnancy. "When I was 17, I weighed, like, 98 pounds. I was totally obsessed with everything I put in my mouth. I was way too skinny. Not cute. And my body wasn't that healthy—my hands would cramp up a lot because I wasn't getting the nutrition I needed. That constant pressure of wanting something different than I had? I regret that." 

Christina Aguilera, Boobs, Real or Fake

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Christina Aguilera After her split from Jason Bratman in 2010, people began commenting that she had put on weight (you know, because going through a breakup isn't already hard enough). A few years later, she slimmed down, but of course that didn't stop the chatter about her body.

"Whatever size women are, we shouldn't be ashamed of ourselves or our bodies," she told Company magazine. Adam Levine reiterated her point, standing up for her in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, saying, "It's a very basic thing: She should be left alone. No one should bother or haggle her about her weight or anything that she does or says. So, that's it. That's how I feel about it."

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Jennifer Aniston The actress is known for having one of the best bodies in Hollywood—which she works hard for—and yet even she isn't safe from body shamers. The media is constantly questioning whether or not she's pregnant, pointing out a "bump" under a dress or in a bikini.

She's shot down the speculation before, noting that the "bump" is really just a "couple of pounds." She also recently slammed the headlines in an Op-Ed for the Huffington Post, writing, "For the record, I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up. I'm fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of 'journalism,' the 'First Amendment' and 'celebrity news.'"

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