Singer Demi Lovato is delighted Amy Schumer has challenged “society’s twisted views” of perfection back with her naked Pirelli calendar picture.
The Trainwreck actress is just about the famous faces featured from the 2016 edition on the iconic year planner, as well as for her white and black shot, she posed using a stool, wearing merely a pair of knickers and high heels, while holding coffee.
The image, shot by revered photographer Annie Leibovitz, evoked a massive reaction through the public, and high praise from Schumer’s peers, including 23-year-old Demi.
The singer, who may have battled body image issues her life, believes Amy truly represents the content she is looking for across within the lyrics to her songs on hit new album Confident.
“This is the ideal example of a #CONFIDENT woman going for a giant s**t on society’s twisted views of the items perfection is,” she wrote on Instagram on Tuesday (01Dec15) alongside the whole picture of Schumer baring all. “I wrote Confident chords with women like her (men too) and examples in this way in mind.
“The attitude captured within this photo is brave, sexy and inspiring but many importantly REAL!!!! F**k yeah @amyschumer… Women worldwide thank you for this. Especially me.”
Demi spent time in rehab next year and 2012, battling an eating disorder as well as other body-image related problems, but she bounced returning to become a mental health campaigner and confident chords women’s rights activist.
The Confident sheet music singer even posed nude herself within a photoshoot with Vanity Fair in October (15), and insisted the revealing shots of her shouldn’t be retouched.
“The most difficult part of that photoshoot to me was going inside the buff without having Photoshop,” she told Access Hollywood.
“There were times where I was exploring the pictures while using photographer and that he would say, ‘Oh, we’re able to fix that,’ and I was like, ‘No, we can not. We cannot use Photoshop with this shoot’.
“Of course it’s awkward, however, if I learn to think about the content, when I would begin to think about what number of people this may inspire, I got convenient doing it.”