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Recent photographs of pop star Lady Gaga sporting a slightly larger figure have started a rather interesting response by the star singer.
Instead of running to the nearest plastic surgeon or latest crash diet, Gaga has instead started a body acceptance campaign among fans.
The mother monster announced earlier today that she’s using all the negative feedback to launch a new campaign asking fans to triumph over insecurities. She asks her fans to publish photographs of their perceived flaws along with a little caption.
Not surprisingly, Gaga’s call to arms, dubbed A Body Revolution 2013, has already been answered with hundreds of photographs from both men and women of all shapes and sizes.
Gaga herself posted four candid snapshots of herself in lingerie along with the headline “Bulimia and anorexia since I was 15.”
Whether you are a fan or not, there is no denying that Gaga really does practice what she preaches. She seems always willing to get her nose dirty, whether it be for anti-bullying, gay rights or body acceptance campaigns.
Never been one for saying she’s sorry when she didn’t do anything wrong, Gaga’s campaign seems to hold some important insights; Life is too short to feel bad about how you look.