Chloe Lattanzi has battled body dysmorphia most of her life, and now she's opening up about it.
On Wednesday, the singer — who is also Olivia Newton-John's daughter — stopped by The Doctors to bring awareness to the disorder and talk about the hardships she faced being so incredibly critical of her own looks ALL the time.
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Not only did Lattanzi admit that at the height of her battle with the disorder she had "a whole bunch of fillers", but the 30-year-old dished that she had them all removed because she finally likes the way she naturally looks. YAAAS!
Though the Grease star's daughter has a healthier outlook now, she is DEFINITELY aware of social media's negative impact people's perceptions of themselves, saying:
"I think so many young girls are going through body dysmorphia — we're constantly told how we're supposed to look via Instagram and filters."
Ch-ch-check out Chloe's revealing interview as she talks about her disorder (below) and why she's in a happier place now!
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