Everyone battles with self-esteem and body image issues. I don't think anyone wakes up every day with full on self-love and admiration. We critique the dark circles under our eyes, the little bit of tummy flab we just can't shed. So, what would happen if we were under the constant scrutiny and flash photography of the media, all while fighting off our own inner critic? Check out these 7 smoking hot celebs who have undergone brutal body shaming under the spotlight: #1 Tyra Banks The gorgeous supermodel has had to face tons of hate, most notoriously from a badly angled bathing suit photograph in a gossip magazine that called the stunner "fat". But the model, now in her 40s, has made strides for the beauty world by having a thicker body type then the average Victoria Secret Angel. "I sold more bras and panties than anybody else, and I was traipsing down that runway with 30 pounds more booty than the other girls.” says Tyra. #2 Beyonce Queen Bey may have the curve many girls want, but that hasn't stopped the media from trying to rain on her bootylicious parade. After, a clothing brand photoshopped down her famous curves in a campaign to sell their items, Beyonce didn't go down without a fight. "If you have curves, love your curves. The thing to strive for is to have the best healthy body you can have. It’s really not about being skinny or being curvy." she told Teen Vogue. #3 Emma Stone Emma has been hearing she is "too skinny" since she stepped into the Hollywood limelight. The gorgeous actress who finds it difficult to gain weight, says that she manages the tabloid gossip about potential eating disorders by being honest about her healthy lifestyle and not letting it affect her. "When completely untrue statements are made about me or my health, of course a part of me wants to defend. Thing is, people have a right to imagine what they want to imagine. I remind myself to be kind to myself, and as slightly ridiculous as it may sound, to treat myself in the same gentle way I’d want to treat a daughter of mine. It really helps,” she explains. #4 Drew Barrymore Since, Drew has grown up with her life under the microscope, she is no stranger to harsh words about her weight gain, weight loss and general appearance. That hasn't stopped the beautiful and sweet actress from being undeniably grounded. "There’s no such thing as perfection and someone else’s definition of it is not good enough for me.” she revealed to Elle magazine. #5 Khloe Kardashian The Kardashian sister is constantly hounded by paparazzies just like the rest of her famous family. Struggling with issues in relationships, family affairs and her weight haven't made things any easier. Lately, rumours have surfaced that Khloe cheated on her recent weight loss efforts by getting liposuction. The strong beauty sounded off to dispute these false accusations. "I find it disgusting but maybe a compliment that I'm being accused of getting Lipo done," she Tweeted to fans. "I work out 5 days a week. I bust my ass!" #6 Miranda Lambert Country sensation Miranda may be a confident-looking bad girl blonde in her collaborate video with Carry underwood, but the singer has been plagued by weight headlines her entire career. After, dropping some serious poundage due to lifestyle changes, Miranda had this to say to Marie Claire. "When you have to walk out there in front of thousands of people, it does feel good to know that your sh*t’s not jiggling. I’m just like anybody else, insecure and scared of looking bad or being criticized." #7 Jennie Runk Plus size model Jennie has graced many covers and been the feature in countless campaigns, but that doesn't stop the haters. Like any model, her weight is a hot topic of debate and scrutiny among media and the internet. How does she stay strong amidst the pressures? "Being a teenager is awkward for everyone and I definitely wasn’t comfortable with my body and myself when I was 13. It took me a very long time to feel that confidence — I have to say it’s something not many people out there are teaching and it’s very hard to do on your own." the gorgeous model explains. "I would say that the most important thing is just to get to know yourself. Be the best possible you that you can be. Be your own best friend and your own biggest supporter to the point that if someone tries to say something bad that it just doesn’t register." What are some criticisms you have been faced with? And how did you overcome them? Share your stories with us!