Ariana Grande Responds To Body Shaming & Slut Shaming Trolls In Latest Instagram Post

It's always admirable when someone so high up in the public eye like Ariana Grande responds to criticism in the most graceful of ways. It can be tough being watched by millions of people, because someone is always going to have something negative to say. You're either too sexy or too prude, too skinny or too curvy. Whatever the qualm, humans will always find a reason to nitpick a celebrity's every move. Though it comes with the territory, Grande doesn't necessarily believe in taking it lying down. But even though she defends herself, she does it in an admirable, humorous way that not only diffuses the situation, but points out just how hurtful and unwelcome body shaming comments are.

Grande is quick to point out unfair sexist thinking (like being slammed for wanting to embrace her body and act sexy in her videos without judgement) and patient when it's time to call out body shamers (like letting the world know she's petite but she can still shake it).

In her latest defense of her honor, the 22-year-old singer showed her followers on Instagram how she responds to body and slut shamers, and it's not in a fists-braced, teeth-set type of way. Instead, she relied on humor and posted this video, captioning it "me @ body shaming / slut shaming & other misogynistic / negative comments."

So much class. For more inspiration on how to respond to body shaming in a cool and collected way, here are three other ways celebrities have responded to body shaming.

1. Sasha Pieterse

After being body shamed by critics, Pieterse went to Instagram to give her fans (a lot of whom are young, impressionable teens) a pep talk about ignoring haters and staying on track with what's healthy by surrounding yourself with people who love you just the way you are. Her caption read:

"We live in such a judgmental society that puts every kind of flaw, including weight gain, in the same category. And for those of you who are struggling with any health problem, hormone imbalance, and weight gain of any sort I urge and encourage you to please deal with it in a healthy manor. You and your health are what matters, not anyone else's opinions and assumptions of you. Getting healthy isn't just about working out and eating right (however extremely important) it's also about surrounding yourself with those who care about you and want to see you succeed and become the best you can be. I love every single one of you and I hold you all dear to my heart!"

2. Gabourey Sidibe

After being the butt of cruel body shaming jokes after her appearance on the Golden Globes red carpet this past January, Sidibe went to Twitter to show just how broken up she was about it.

"To people making mean comments about my GG pics, I mos def cried about it on that private jet on my way to my dream job last night. #JK."

3. Jaime King

Skinny shaming is every bit as morally wrong as fat shaming, something that Jaime King personally knows. During her second pregnancy, Jaime posted a topless picture of herself with her growing baby bump and skinny frame, writing:

“My body. My growing baby, open for comments. Plain as day. I, like every other woman, bracing for your judgements. This is who I am. And I love me in every flaw and curve or flat or thin area. And I love you as well in every form that your body takes.”

That, y'all, is how you beat the haters.