Like many other people in the show business, the lovely Miley Cyrus wasn’t spared of insecurities that had to do with her looks. According to the singer-actress — who we all can probably agree has nothing to be ashamed of in the physical department — years of hair and makeup on film sets have caused her a lot of damage.
As she got used to only seeing herself after professionals have worked hard on making her look a certain way, it became hard for her to recognize and love herself when she was looking like her usual self.
Sometimes, being cited as one of the most beautiful women in the world by all the biggest magazines is just not enough to make one feel good about themselves. At least, that's the case with Angelina Jolie. The award-winning actress, who is famous for her looks just as she is for her acting talent, still somehow manages to think she looks strange.
Jolie was quoted saying she thought she looked like a muppet, but we find it pretty hard to believe that anyone else but her sees the resemblance.
If you had to guess, would you really think super-handsome-mouth-watering Jon Hamm would be a part of this list? We think not. But life is unexpected!
The actor, who rose to fame quite late in life thanks to "Mad Men", isn't really in sync with the rest of us when it comes to his attractiveness. Hamm said he doesn't really get what all the fuss is about. Well, we do!
Mike Myers is such a talented actor and such a hilarious comedian; but what does this have to do with being confident about himself? Apparently, not much. The famous Canadian actor, known for iconic films like "Austin Powers", "Wayne's World", and "Shrek" (where he voiced no other than Shrek himself) is very much insecure about the way he acts.
Myers said that he sometimes still fears that someone will be on to him for having no talent whatsoever. Sounds like a classic case of the impostor syndrome.
Seriously, how can someone as good-looking as Elle Macpherson be insecure? The Australian model-actress-business woman has revealed that she had to go through a long process before she could really be satisfied with her body.
That, despite the fact that her nickname was literally "The Body." Macpherson says that the turning point in her relationship with her body came when she became a mom, which somehow made her feel better about herself. That's great news.