Learn what these celebs have to say about their more natural achievements.
1. Lea Michele
Lea Michele is very proud of her more natural achievements.
“These babies are great,” she told Marie Claire. “They are my prizewinners.”
2. Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton needs to call Jay-Z, stat.
“I don’t hip and I don’t hop, I’d black both eyes with this big top,” she once rapped, in clear reference to her large breasts.
3. Jennifer Love Hewitt
If she ever gives up on acting, expect to see Jennifer Love Hewitt become a cop.
“Love my boobs, Thelma and Louise,” she told People. “I feel like my boobs could fight crime without me.”
4. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian has learned to love her body, but she didn’t always appreciate the attention her curves brought her.
“I was only 10 when I started developing breasts,” she told Shape. “I remember crying in the bathtub. I took a washcloth, made it really hot, put it over my chest, and prayed, ‘Please don’t let them grow any bigger! They’re embarrassing me!'”
5. Britney Spears
Britney Spears is a woman of mixed emotions.
“I have a love-hate relationship with my boobs,” she told the Daily Star in 2008. “At the moment I hate them. I want them smaller.”
6. Scarlett Johansson
After unintentionally revealing too much in one outfit, Scarlett Johansson told VH1 she’s become more cautious.
“It was all fine and dandy when I was standing in the mirror, and I was like, ‘This looks so damn good.’ And then I saw a couple of red carpet photos from the side, and ‘Hello, there’s the breast, right there.'”
7. Heidi Montag
Fake boobs require some maintenance.
“Giving my self a soft tissue breast massage,” she tweeted in 2010. “Ladies we have to keep those implants soft.”
8. Lady Gaga
Oh, the good old days.
“When I was in school, I was 15 to 20 pounds heavier than I am now and my breasts were bigger, and firm and delicious,” she told New York magazine.
9. Kate Upton
It took her a while, but eventually Kate Upton came to admire her breasts.
“When finally I went through my growth spurt, and they appeared, and I just… I loved them. So that’s why I like boobs, because I didn’t have them, and then I got ’em,” she told Esquire.
10. Katy Perry
Katy Perry prayed for boobs, and God over-delivered.
“I started praying for [breasts] when I was, like, 11,” she told Rolling Stone. “And God answered that prayer above and beyond, by, like, 100 times, until I was like, ‘Please, stop, God. I can’t see my feet anymore. Please stop!’”
Rihanna’s constant touring probably has something to do with her staying so thin, but it has its drawbacks.
“It’s actually pretty annoying,” she told Ryan Seacrest of her slimming figure. “Now I don’t have a butt, no boobs — already had no boobs… so annoying!”
12. Pamela Anderson
Almost everything about Pamela Anderson is real.
“I haven’t reinvented myself,” she told Marie Claire. “I’ve always been authentic except for the boobs.”
13. Kelly Rowland
Cosmetic surgery helped Kelly Rowland learn to love her body.
“I said in an interview a long time ago that I’d get it done because I just had little nuggets for boobs and it was bothering me,” she told British Cosmopolitan.
The pop star isn’t one to show off.
“Even if I had a really good figure, I don’t think I’d [show] my [boobs and butt] for [anyone],” Adele told Rolling Stone in 2011.
15. Miley Cyrus
The constant attention paid to Miley Cyrus’ body can get annoying sometimes.
“One thing that bugs me is people who say, ‘Miley really needs to lose some weight,’ or, ‘She got her boobs done,'” she told Glamour in 2009. “I did start out really skinny, but you’re not going to have boobs when you’re 12 years old.”
16. Nicki Minaj
Call her prophet Nicki Minaj.
On the same night that she suffered a major wardrobe malfunction while on tour in the U.K., Minaj warned the crowd: “This is our first show so excuse any boobs popping out or any penises popping out!”
17. Sofia Vergara
If you were wondering how Sofia Vergara got into show biz, we’ll give you a hint: It wasn’t just her big lips.
“I know [my breasts] have opened doors for me, let’s be real,” she said told Lucky magazine in 2012.