'I've had cellulite since I was 11': Ashley Graham and OITNB's Danielle Brooks show off their 'flaws' as they dare women to embrace their bodies in new underwear ad
- Ashley, 29, and Danielle, 28, are joined by fellow plus-sized stars Candice Huffine and Denise Bidot in a new ad for Lane Bryant's ImNoAngel campaign
- They share their 'truths,' in the clip, confessing they deal with issues like cellulite, love handles, and stretch marks
- The ad debuted during the Emmy Awards on Sunday night
Ashley Graham and Danielle Brooks are daring women everywhere to get rid of photo filters and proudly show the world their true selves.
Joined by fellow plus-sized stars Candice Huffine and Denise Bidot, Ashley and Danielle fearlessly show off their bodies in a new underwear ad for Lane Bryant's ImNoAngel campaign, which debuted during the Emmy Awards on Sunday.
In the clip, the stunning underwear-clad women open up about their insecurities and share their 'truth,' confessing that they have flaws like cellulite and asking viewers to be brave enough to show themselves as they are too.
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Her truth: Ashley Graham, 29, confessed she has had cellulite since age 11 in a new ad for Lane Bryant's ImNoAngel campaign
Flawless: Danielle Brooks, 28, from Orange is the New Black, shared that she has love handles and stretch marks
‘The truth is, I’ve had cellulite since I was 11 years old,' 29-year-old Ashley says in the clip.
Candice also discusses her 'truth,' admitting she's 'struggled with her stomach for a really long time'.
'The truth is, I have love handles,' adds Orange is the New Black actress Danielle, who fearlessly shows off her stretch marks in the ad for the brand's new collection, Cacique.
The four women then dared the viewer to also show their truth and 'get rid of filters'.
Owning it: The Orange is the New Black star fearlessly shows her stretch marks in the clip
No filters: Denise Bidot joined fellow plus-sized stars to dare women to accept their flaws
'I dare you to own it,' they sayin their underwear, clearly practicing what they preach. 'All of it.'
'Dare to be your sexy,' a confident Danielle tells the camera, before she and the other women proudly state they are 'no angels,' in a reference to Victoria's Secret's more traditionally thin underwear models.
'I'm still no angel,' said Ashley, who often opens up about her body in hopes of helping other women accept themselves as they are.
Last week, she discussed the struggles she endured as a curvy woman in fashion, and her journey to confidence in an industry that, until recently, didn't accept body diversity.
Fierce: Model Candice Huffine also discusses her 'truth,' admitting she's 'struggled with her stomach for a really long time'
They're no angels: The models proudly state they are 'no angels,' in a reference to Victoria's Secret's more traditionally thin underwear models
Accompanied by plus-size stars Jordyn Woods, Molly Constable, and Tabria Majors, 29-year-old Ashley presented looks from her collaboration with Addition Elle during New York Fashion Week, and spoke to Cosmopolitan magazine backstage.
'I'm the token curvy girl for a lot of things, still to this day,' she said.
Ashley recalled being 18 and being told she had to change herself when she started gaining weight shortly after moving to New York City to pursue her modeling dreams.
'It's time for you to put the Snickers down,' she said an agent told her, adding that she wouldn't be able to keep on modeling if she got any bigger.