5 Celebs With Gorgeous Cellulite on Their Thighs (PHOTOS)

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britney spearsShe will be a rich woman who invents the cure for cellulite, but until that day comes, most of us will have to live with a little cottage cheese here and a little jiggle-wiggle there. Cellulite is a part of life, and the sooner we begin to embrace it, the sooner we can all just move on to other problems, like balding and adult-onset acne. In order to speed up our cellulite healing process, I've pulled photos of five celebrities who battle the orange peel thighs like you and I do. Point being, everyone has it. Even bagillionaire celebs. And if they can't do anything about it, we certainly can't do anything about it. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the skin dimpling. You're not alone, my friend, you're not alone.

That, of course, is Britney Spears. The 30-year-old mother of two just signed on to judge X Factor but unfortunately got some attention for the visible cellulite on her thighs. But you know what? She looks great, and those shoes are slammin'.

 More from The Stir: 5 Stars Who Can't Hide Their Cellulite



Reese Witherspoon went on a family vacation to Hawaii late last summer and lots of people exhaled a sigh of relief when they realized even America's sweetheart has some "flaws."

kim kardashian

Even Kim Kardashian, arguably one of the sexiest women alive, works some cellulite on the legs. We've seen her try and get rid of it on the show, but no need, Kim. Embrace it!

jennifer aniston

Recognize those incredible stems? They belong to one Jennifer Aniston. Hard to believe the woman has any sort of imperfection, but her legs look realistically lived in, and that's a good thing.

sonja morgan

Any Real Housewives of New York fan will tell you that Sonja Morgan, seen here hugging co-star Ramona Singer, likes to have a great time. She's all about showing off her body and doesn't care what you have to say about it.

Do you try and hide your cellulite?


Photos 1 and 2 via Splash News; 3 through 5 via Pacific Coast News

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jonellg jonellg

well duh, don't we all it's not cute

PonyC... PonyChaser

THANK YOU FOR THIS. I am SO sick and tired of the nonstop message that women must reach some pinnacle of perfection before they are acceptable to society. We are sexy mostly because of our attitudes, because we take care of ourselves, not because we don't have cellulite or less than 5% body fat.

Women of ALL sizes need to take a page from this book. Nobody is perfect. Even those "perfect" celebrities have come out bashing the Age of Photoshop. And yet, we continue to bash ourselves and others because we DARE to have a little imperfection here or there. Or even a big imperfection. It's time we started accepting ourselves and each other, instead of constantly bashing all the time.

PonyC... PonyChaser

and PS... thank you so much for not using those infuriating slide shows! It's nice to be able to read the entire article and see all the pics.

Fondue Fondue

PonyChaser, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who gets PO'd by the slideshows!

Shandi80 Shandi80

Well said, Ponychaser!

nonmember avatar Missforth

Agreed on all counts. Both the realistic look at some famous limbs and those irritating slideshows.


I hate the slide-shows too. It really does a number on backing up. It was nice to just scroll and read the post.

the4m... the4mutts

I don't personally have cellulite. I do have muffin top. And I think it would do society as a whole some good to stop trying to hide every bump or lump. We're not perfect, not any of us.

I think the way women try to hide things like that, are a bit of the problem with men. They've devolped un-realistic expectations for the kind of woman they want, because many never see a "real" woman, when they're growing up.

Moms hide their bodies, teach their daugters to want to hide, then we glamorize magazine models. Boys and girls are slowly being taught by our own self consciousness that havin a less than perfect body, makes you less than deserving somehow.

starr... starreyedcutie

I don't have cellulite just need to work on my "love handles"

organ... organicyogalove

reese does not have cellulite, she has lightened stretch marks that give the appearance of cellulite. 

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