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Rosario Dawson was a huge hit when she appeared on the cover of SHAPE in August 2011, and why not? This curvy cutie acts, sings, and is an outspoken activist against domestic violence and abuse.
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Sofia Vergara is known for flaunting her curves! As she says, "Latin women are very comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality; we aren't afraid to show that off a bit more."
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Marisa Tomei, who appeared on the cover of SHAPE back in July of 2010, says she maintains her healthy and curvaceous figure by doing yoga and belly-dancing, both of which are good for your body, as well as your mind.
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Kelly Osbourne said she was nervous to appear on SHAPE's cover in a bikini, but we can't tell from this photo! Learn more about how Osbourne lost 50 pounds here!
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Tennis star Venus Williams is the epitome of fit! SHAPE's August 2008 cover girl shared all of her secrets for looking fab on and off the court!
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After an unflattering photograph of Tyra Banks in a bathing suit surfaced with the caption "America's next top waddle," Banks fired back on the Tyra Banks Show, telling her critics to "kiss my [sic] fat ass!"
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Eva Longoria has reportedly said that she's "not interested in staying skinny," but that she works out at least four times per week to stay curvy, toned, and healthy. Says Longoria, "I just feel better when I work out."
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Fergie initially appeared on the cover of SHAPE in 2008, but the superstar recently sat down with SHAPE again to talk food, fitness, and why she's taking a break from the Black-Eyed Peas.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
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Yet another celeb criticized for her body, Jennifer Love Hewitt appeared on the cover of SHAPE in 2009 after losing 18 pounds.