We here at Popwrecked are Hopelessly Devoted to the amazing body of Olivia Newton John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi. Now before I receive all this hate mail because I'm objectifying this superbly hot young woman, but when you put boobs like that out there, what am I supposed to notice, your ankles?
Chloe has come back from some serious issues, as she appeared on The Doctors and opened up about her past body image issues, revealing that she altered her appearance as a result of her struggle with body dysmorphia.
“When I was in the height of my body dysmorphia, I had a whole bunch of fillers,” Chloe told The Doctors. “I’ve had that all removed from my face because I like the way I look naturally.”
The actress and singer, 30, says she wishes she had not made any changes to her face when she was growing up.
“I look back at myself and I as a teenager and I’m like, What a beautiful young woman” she says. “What was I thinking? Why was I so insecure?”
Chloe believes that social media can cause other young women to struggle with their self-image.
“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,” she says. “There’s constant pressure for us to look perfect.”