Kylie Jenner Has Lip Fillers, But These 7 Body-Positive Quotes From Her Famous Peers Will Help Tune Out The Haters

After months of rampant speculation, Kylie Jenner has copped to utilizing lip fillers, and those who follow the reality star's Instagram account, red carpet appearances, and television appearances are less than astonished. Even less surprising is the reasoning behind Jenner's reticence to make a confession about the cosmetic adjustment, given the intense scrutiny placed on the Kardashian/Jenner clan by paparazzi, most notably regarding their appearance.

The members of family itself are no strangers to cosmetic procedures, if the widespread rumors and physical evidence are to be believed, but outside the compassion of the Kardashian kin lies the disapproval and mockery of the public. Thus, Jenner's choice to remain mum about lip injections is logical.

However, despite the tidal wave of negativity poised to break at any moment due to Jenner's confession, the starlet's coterie of famous friends will undoubtedly provide their support. In this modern age, privacy is privilege that cannot be bought — especially by those who choose to live their lives in the public eye. From body-shaming to beauty-shaming, Jenner's famed Millennial friends have experienced the full gamut of aesthetic critiques, experiences that will likely cause the group to rally for the cause. Scroll through for seven encouraging and body-positive quotes from Kylie Jenner's clique.

Perhaps their wise words will help Jenner feel a bit better about herself as the backlash begins to roll in, reminding her that she's perfect the way she is — lip injections or no lip injections.

1. Selena Gomez's Instagram Retort

"I love being happy with me y'all#theresmoretolove," Gomez announced on Instagram after a number of followers labeled her figure imperfect.

2. Demi Lovato's "Love Is Stronger Than The Pressure To Be Perfect" Campaign

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As part of her work with the emotional heath-focused JED Foundation, Demi Lovato discussed her decision to abandon perfection in favor of contentedness. "There’s a ton of pressure out there to meet impossible standards. To look right, be smart, be thin, talented and popular. Many of us feel like we have to be everything to everyone, but it doesn’t have to be that way,” Lovato proclaimed.

3. Taylor Swift's Song Lyrics

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Leave it to Taylor Swift to encapsulate the modern scrutiny of media and the proper reaction to such negativity in a handful of well-placed words through the lyrics to her song, "Shake It Off": "The players gonna play, play, play/ And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate/ Baby I'm just gonna shake, shake, shake/ Shake it off". Well stated, Taylor Swift.

4. Kendall Jenner's Retaliation Against Body Critics

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During an interview with Harper's Bazaar Arabia, Kendall Jenner scoffed at the notion that she might be free from the verbal intimidation other members of her family endure, stating, "I'm constantly criticized for being too skinny. I’m trying to gain weight but my body won’t let it happen. What people don't understand is that calling someone too skinny is the same as calling someone too fat, it's not a nice feeling."

5. Gigi Hadid's Perfect Anti-Diet Advice

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"I want to work with people that want to work with me and how my body is," Gigi Hadid related to E! in January. "I've always said, 'Eat clean to stay fit, have a burger to stay sane.' "

6. Ashley Benson's Verbal Slam Against Photoshop

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Regarding a Pretty Little Liars advertising campaign image that had been retouched to an unrealistic point, Ashley Benson wrote on Instagram, "Way too much photo shop. We all have flaws. No one looks like this. It’s not attractive."

7. Miley Cyrus's Stand Against Body-Shaming

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Miley Cyrus is inarguably one of the most outspoken performers of the millennial generation. However, the chanteuse occasionally makes a solid point. In 2011 the singer posted a Tweet regarding discussion of her weight and proportions, made more impactful by the image of a woman who possessed an eating disorder. "By calling girls like me fat, this is what you're doing to other people. I love MYSELF & if you could say the same you wouldn't be sitting on your computer trying to hurt others," Cyrus tweeted.

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