In a reasonable world, a smoking hot man like Bradley Cooper should have zero issues with his appearance. But this world is not perfect (even if Cooper himself is), and looks-related insecurities were not spared of the actor.
According to him, people used to mistake him for a girl when he was younger, which seems to have scarred him quite a bit. Shockingly, Cooper says he never thought of himself as being that good-looking.
You would expect someone as handsome as actor Alexander Skarsgård to feel awesome about the way they look, but the reality is often rather different. Skarsgård has opened up about the subject, sharing that he's occasionally insecure about his looks just like other people.
According to the "True Blood" actor, he has bad days where he feels super ugly! We're not sure how that's possible, but we'll just have to take his word for it.
We can believe many celebrities for being insecure about their looks, but Scar Jo? Who would have thought? The sex-symbol-slash-actress (we're not sure which of those titles represents her more accurately) dared to refer to her body as 'okay,' which nearly knocked us unconscious.
Johansson said she wasn't happy with her mid-section and thighs. Does anyone know what the hell she's talking about?
Fashion model Karlie Kloss turns out to carry some insecurities from her past when it comes to body image. According to Kloss, being incredibly tall has made her very insecure over her school years. Her case teaches us an important lesson, though: one's biggest insecurity, or what they consider to be their flaw, might actually turn into their biggest advantage later on.
Karlie's height, while being a source of insecurity when she was younger, was a big part of what allowed her to become such a notable model.
People have some crazy-weird insecurities, but Jennifer Lawrence truly beats us all in the Strange Insecurity Olympics. Are you ready for what this beautiful Hollywood actress dislikes about herself? Well, it's her armpits! Her armpit fat, to be exact.
Honestly, we have zero clue what this means, but we'll let her have it. Yes, Jennifer, you have armpit fat – whatever you say. Talk about nitpicking.