Lindsay Lohan got scary skinny in 2006. "I was sick, and I was scared too," she told Vanity Fair, as she opened up for the first time about her bulimia. "I had people sit me down and say, 'You're going to die if you don't take of yourself.'"
Portia de Rossi opened up about her bulimia as a teenage model in her memoir Unbearable Lightness, confessing she took 20 laxatives a day, consumed only 150 calories and exercised obsessively.
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Victoria Beckham admitted to suffering from an eating disorder in her 2011 autobiography Learning to Fly — as she struggled with the pressure to be thin during her early Spice Girls years.
LeAnn Rimes denied having an eating disorder after scary skinny bikini photos surfaced, but did seek help for stress and anxiety in the summer of 2012 and is now looking healthier than ever.
Demi Lovato battled with binge eating and bulimia as a child. "My eating disorder will continue to affect me for the rest of my life," she told Seventeen magazine.
Mary-Kate Olsen checked into a facility to deal with an eating disorder in 2004, after showing off a shocking skin and bones figure.
"With treatment I have now conquered the fear that drove me to become dangerously thing," Jessica Alba admitted about her struggle with anorexia.
Katharine McPhee has confessed to struggling with an eating disorder during her American Idol days. "The more I focused on my weight, the worse my bulimia got," she told People magazine.
Christina Ricci came clean that she suffered from an eating disorder when she was only a teen. "Someone outed me," she told Marie Claire magazine. "It was a horrible thing to do to a 14-year-old."
Taylor Armstrong has confessed that stress has caused her weight to dip, but insists that she doesn't suffer from an eating disorder.