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Jessie J learns to accept her cellulite

Published 23/08/2016

Jessie J
Jessie J

The singer doesn't care what haters have to say about her new physique.

British pop star Jessie J is embracing her cellulite after showing off her new, "fitter" physique on social media.

The Bang Bang hitmaker has been hitting the gym hard in recent weeks and she took to Instagram on Monday (22Aug16) to share the results so far, which are all part of her journey to "self-love".

The 28-year-old shared a series of pictures of herself in a Nike crop top and high-cut exercise panties, which exposed her backside, as she flexed her muscles for the camera.

"Back trying my best to be fitter," she wrote. "Weight gain and muscle building. Looking after myself. #selflove".

Alongside a cheeky snap focused on her butt, Jessie revealed she has accepted she will never be able to naturally rid her body of cellulite on her thighs.

"I could write a deep and meaningful quote to make this less of a 'pic of my bum' but that's all it is. No deep quote. Just a pic of my bum," she captioned the image. "I have been working on my body recently. When I can be bothered. To gain weight and to be stronger, fitter, healthier and to feel good! Accepting my cellulite. BUT doing something about it instead of just moaning about it!! A bit of self love and celebrating the body your (sic) in is POSITIVE and needed!"

And Jessie made it clear she will be paying no mind to any backlash she may encounter for posting the pictures.

"I'm in a 'f**k what people think' kind of mood," she added. "I like this mood. And I like this picture."

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