Rumer Willis is just one of the latest celebs who is so over the unnecessary use of Photoshop!
While she didn't name names, Rumer made her message very clear. She captioned the pic:
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AnnaLynne McCord continues to inspire by speaking up about sexual abuse.
The actress has since been an activist for sexual abuse survivors, and in a new interview with People, she sends her support to Lady GaGa and Kesha, two stars who have most recently spoken out about their stories.
"You never know who you might be saving or inspiring by talking. To have these stars share their stories, it is so powerful to a survivor who might feel like nobody knows what they are feeling, who feels alone."
And she continued:
On Monday, the Bad Romance singer talked with Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio about her moving performance of Til It Happens To You at the 2016 Oscars and once again vocalized her support for the the Tik Tok artist.
As we reported, the Grammy winner has been a source of support for the blonde beauty as she is wrapped up in a legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke — whom she has accused of drugging and raping her. The industry vet has vehemently denied the allegations against him.
On the highly publicized case, the American Horror Story actress noted:
Of course, this chilly choice comes one year after the twosome made headlines for the same activity. Aww!
And it seems as though these lovebirds plan on participating in the event every year as the blonde beauty shared on Instagram:
She really wants that Emmy!
During a Z100 radio interview with Elvis Duran on Friday, Mother Monster answered "yes" when asked if she was returning for the next season of AHS:
And it seems as though the pop star wishes to hold this powerful moment close in mind always, as she and the fellow sexual assault survivors who joined her on stage all got matching tattoos to commemorate the impactful evening. AH-Mazing!
On Thursday, the Bad Romance singer took to SnapChat to show off her new ink and the process it took to get the meaningful tattoo. Luckily, one fan captured the whole process on Instagram and shared:
Of course, the number was especially moving for the victims that joined the singer on stage, and even for GaGa herself.
That's because back in 2014, the Grammy award winner revealed that she had been raped when she was only 19 years old.
Though several people knew about the terrible incident after the blonde beauty opened up about her experience, apparently not everyone in GaGa's family knew. Whoa!
The 29-year-old posted: