The 16 Worst Celebrity Beach Bodies [PHOTOS]

Over the years, we’ve come to expect bikini pictures of all our favorite celebrities. We are obsessed with their style, their diets, their fitness regimes…and their flaws. Because it makes us feel just a little bit better about our normal human status, right? Who knows. Our society is engrossed with the rich and the famous, and that puts a lot of pressure on these individuals to be the most perfect versions of themselves. When they gain 10 lbs, we know. When they lose 20, we know. When they get plastic surgery, we know. The internet shows us everything. So here are some of our favorite celebs who have committed some bikini fails over the years. Take a moment to relish in the fact that they’re not always perfect without the meticulous photoshopping.

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    1. caroline says:

      What is with the body snarking? I find this judgmental behavior very disgusting.

    2. beth says:

      This is disgusting, and I'm not talking about those so called 'worst beach bodies'. Do you think ridiculing celebrities' bodies that don't immediately conform to body ideals is supposed to make people feel happier about themselves? I can see body types similar to mine amongst those photos, and many of my friends' too, so does that mean that we too have the 'worst beach bodies'? I suppose I understand where you're coming from; that it might be refreshing to see that celebrities bodies fluctuate and change just like ours, but this article could have celebrated that fact and shown the beauty in the range in sizes and shapes of the female body, instead of resorting to an insensitive show of body-shaming.

    3. Ariel says:

      Yes, some of these women are a bit too tan or too thin but about half of them look incredibly normal and there’s nothing wrong with that. I don’t think it’s very admirable to say that these women look bad when they look like 90% of the girls I know.

    4. Jaylyn says:

      Wow. I'm shocked that the same site that brought us the I love my body challenge is bringing us this sort of body bashing content. While I get that the goal was to remind us that even celebrities aren't perfect, doing it in this sort of malicious way makes girls who WISH they could look like Heidi Montag, Kelly Clarkson, and Reese Witherspoon do in a bikini feel bad about themselves.

    5. Kate says:

      This is a very negative post, and while I have nothing new to add, please, CollegeCandy, know that I agree with what the previous commenters have said. This is cruel and unnecessary, and not the sort of content I associate with CollegeCandy. Articles like this are why so many people have eating disorders or other food issues and why so many normal-looking women are unhappy with their bodies. Please don't put up any more articles like this.

      1. Sima Agayeva says:

        Kate, this is the same website that puts up those pointless 'better than you' posts. CollegeCandy, you're doing it wrong.

    6. Shawna says:

      I can bet that the editors of this disgusting, shameful collection of "worst bodies" have worse bodies than these women.
      I can honestly say, not only am I ashamed that I even CLICKED on this article, I won't be reading from this site again. Disgusting that a magazine in 2012 could still put together such a demeaning list of people in the day and age of anorexia, bulimia, overeating, and the overall obsession with "being thin enough". Get a life, jerkoffs!

      PS–How would these writers feel if Nicole Richie, who has an eating disorder, saw this picture of her and started a new downward spiral? Disgusting!

    7. Sima Agayeva says:

      Actually, a lot of them look pretty normal to me. I do understand the point of posting this though. CollegeCandy caters to the young college crowd, and I understand trying to show that celebrities are "just like us." Celebrities are not super human. By the way, 'relish' is a very strange word to use in this context. When I think of relishing, I think of enjoying good food, family, friends, music, books, love. All those things. I don't relish in others' flaws. If everyone was like that, what kind of a world would we be living in?

    8. anne says:

      the poster of this article should be ashamed of themselves

    9. guest says:

      Wow…I'm actually shocked by this. They all look like normal women to me! Some of them have had kids, hence the extra skin around the tummy area. Some of them are quite old, and have PHENOMENAL figures at their age. I am ashamed that I clicked through all 16 pictures… I will never come back to this website again. You guys should take this page down…this is equivalent to bullying!

    10. kim says:

      What the hell? What happened to encouraging people to be comfortable with their bodies? It's one thing to help someone become healthy; it's another thing to blatantly ridicule their bodies.

    11. Samantha says:

      Just writing to say that I've removed this site from my Google reader and will no longer be affiliated in any way with people who feel like it's alright to post a demeaning, horrible list like this. Yes, the writer should be ashamed of herself for posting something this awful, but I know for a fact that you have editors who screen these before publication. I can't believe no one stopped this from coming to fruition. I've always appreciated that College Candy featured articles about feeling good and loving the skin you're in but I was obviously misled. This goes against everything I stand for. I will not be back.

    12. Rosie says:

      I applaud the editors and writers at CollegeCandy for teaching us all something very valuable with this article. Not very many online publications have the balls to say it this bluntly, but thankfully we always will have CC to teach us the true value of SEO. Yes, search engine optimization. By posting something that offends. Guaranteed 50% or greater of the CC readers will be enraged, and comment or share this article, thus increasing its visibility online, which is good for co-Ed media group and all sponsors of CC. So today I take home the lesson that money makes the world go round. And as far as the well-being of CollegeCandy's readers go? I'm sure you'll find a way to monetize that as easily as you monetize the stabs at our self esteem and positive body images that you call articles.
      Good luck as journalists! I'm sure that a fine publication will be proud to have you someday.

    13. Laura says:

      I can't believe this post is still up. I would hope we get a well thought out response from the editors of this site asap. Otherwise goodbye College Candy!

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    15. Wow, some of these celebs are well fat. Quite surprised considering they probably have an army of minders looking after them…

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