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Breslin: Selena looks amazing

Published 29/04/2015

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Abigail Breslin has hit back at Selena Gomez’s body shamers, insisting the 22-year-old singer looks “amazing”.

The 22-year-old singer hit headlines last week when she showed off her curvy figure in a bikini on her holiday.

When some people took to the internet to comment on Selena’s shape, the singer posted a bikini selfie on Instagram with the caption: “I love being happy with me y'all #theresmoretolove."

And now former Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail, 19, has come forward to speak out in defense of Selena.

“All this stuff about Selena Gomez online in her bathing suit is RIDICULOUS,” Abigail wrote on Twitter.

"Everyone is always saying how we shouldn't judge each other, so why are you commenting on a gorgeous, talented and smart young girl's body when she's on the beach having fun with her friend AND SHE LOOKS AMAZING. Aren't there more important things the world can be reporting on??"

Abigail certainly didn’t hold back in her lengthy rant. She continued to blame those involved in the body shaming for contributing to the amount of eating disorders in the world.

“I think if we all took the time we spend making each other feel bad about ourselves and used it to make each other feel good, the world would be a better place," she continued. "Oh and also if we taught girls they had more newsworthy qualities than how they fit into a bikini, we'd have a lot more happy girls."

Abigail concluded by telling Selena: “You look amazing and more importantly look like you're having fun. Keep rocking those bikinis."

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