Bella Thorne Just Shattered A Major Illusion With Her Nude Photoshoot

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Celebrities come with their own Instagram filters — it's called hair, makeup, and liberal Photoshop. But Bella Thorne insists that, for her recent GQ Mexico photoshoot, there was no photo editing involved. The former Disney star shared her thoughts on the photoshoot on Instagram, and she's got a lot to say.
"I specifically asked for no re touching on this photo," Thorne, 19, wrote alongside a nude photo from the shoot. She's wearing heels and nothing else in the photo, but it could hardly be described as "raw" — Thorne looks, like most women in glossy magazines, flawless in a conventional way.
Thorne recognised this. She continues, "I have insecurities, about pretty much everything.. You might look at this photo and think oh shush bella, but just know everytime [sic] someone looks in the mirror they simply don't see what everyone else sees."
Thorne may look unblemished, but that doesn't mean she's not insecure. The You Get Me star added that she wishes people were more honest with their insecurities.
"Know that it's completely normal to feel insecure and it's accepted," she explained. "Honestly I wish everyone talked more about their insecurities so more people in the world could know they aren't alone. That it's ok."
Thorne had always been champion for being candid online. She frequently discusses her insecurities about her skin on Snapchat — she told Yahoo Style in April that she does her own makeup on film sets because she doesn't want unfamiliar products used on her skin. And, she she refuses to do touch-ups on movies because, hey, not all teenagers have perfect makeup.
“I don’t care if my nose is shiny," she said. "Please don’t touch me. So what? I’m playing a teenager. My nose is shiny."
She's also copped to not shaving her legs, and, oh, there's that time she low-key came out as bi on Snapchat. Is it too early to call Bella Thorne the social media boundary-breaker of 2017?
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