1. “I remember being really jealous of girls who had small breasts because they could wear cool T-shirts or have this cute underboob and no one was ever offended. You see that all the time, girls who have less breasts they get away with a lot. That’s awesome, but I just decided that sometimes pushup bras or bras in general can sort of change the natural shape of my breasts anyway and they become hypersexualized so it’s actually in some ways it’s much more chic and much more natural and a lot more sexy in a certain way to be braless.” —Emily Ratajkowski,

2. “If there’s anything to be learned from me it’s that I’m learning to celebrate what I was born with, even though it’s sometimes been inconvenient. Having larger breasts has made it harder for me to shop throughout the years, but I’ve learnt to love it.” — Christina Hendricks,

“My breasts have served me well. I don’t know if I’m supporting them or they’re supporting me. But of course I’ve had them jacked up a bit. And they’re part of the persona. It always takes a bit of pressure off me.” — Dolly Parton, CNN

4 “It’s bullshit to ask about my bra size. Why do you want to know? What’s it to you. I mean are you going to buy me a bra? I don’t get it.” — Charlotte McKinney,

“I’ve often wondered where I’d be without my boobs. They’ve been the most consistently spoken about thing in my career.” —Kelly Brook, The Metro

“About eight months after I started with the company, I fractured a bone in my back during a rehearsal. My doctor … put me on the Pill. Almost overnight, my body was transformed. In one month, I gained 10 pounds, mostly in my stomach, and my 30B breasts swelled to double D … I became so self-conscious that, for the first time in my life, I couldn’t dance strong. I was too busy trying to hide my breasts … In 2012 I landed my biggest role yet, headlining in Firebird …When I turned onto the sidewalk, I saw it: a huge billboard on the front of the Metropolitan Opera House with my picture on it. I was in profile, wearing a red leotard, with my chest and back arched so you could see my full, feminine breasts and my round butt. It was everything that people don’t expect in a ballerina. I stood completely still for five minutes, just crying. It was beauty. It was power. It was a woman. It was me.” —Misty Copeland, SELF

7. “I lay on my back one night and looked down at my feet, and I prayed to God. I said, ‘God, will you please let me have boobs so big that I can’t see my feet when I’m lying down?’ God answered my prayers. I had no clue they would fall into my armpits eventually.” —Katy Perry,

8. My boobs are, like, huge… My whole life, buying a bra was a nightmare… Believe me, I wish I had fake boobs. I lay down and they completely go down like all the way, like here. It’s not fun.”—Sofia Vergara, Vanity Fair

Source: Cosmopolitan.com