"The Good Place" star called her fellow Brit an "irrelevant s**t stain, smeared across our country."
Dinner plates featuring portion control circles caught the attention of many on Twitter, including body positivity activist Jameela Jamil.
Bebe Rexha, Lizzo and Jameela Jamil aren’t letting society’s expectations of beauty hold them back.
The "Good Place" actress called the ban "upsetting, inhumane, and blatantly demonstrative of a hatred of women."
"The Good Place" star said she's a size 6 and still "exploded" out of a designer's sample size dress.
"Trying is winning," the "Good Place" star said.
The "Good Place" star talked about the pride she feels in tanning her “brilliant brown skin.”
“The Good Place” actress argued that conversations around handling rejection are key to improving sex education.
In response to the "Good Place" actress' tweet, women shared their own scary stories of being harassed.
"She doesn't even realize how tone deaf this is," one critic said on Twitter.
Christina Grasso said she worries how others struggling with eating disorders might react to SkinnyMe Tea’s message.
"You're a smart woman. Be smarter than this," the actress wrote on Instagram.
The four-time Grammy winner told Jameela Jamil, "I'm not male or female. I think I float somewhere in between."
Serena Williams, Emma Watson, Jameela Jamil, David Beckham and many more posted about the day dedicated to women's rights.
“Where are my titty stretch marks?” the "Good Place" actress asked of the altered image.
Body-shaming culture is everywhere, the "Good Place" star pointed out -- and "it takes someone and something aggressive to tear that down.”
The late designer "shouldn’t be posted all over the internet as a saint gone-too-soon," the actress wrote.
"Is this for poo?" asked the actress on Twitter.