It's never tmi when celebrities talk about their personal and intimate stuff, we want to hear them spill all the tea! Some celebrities stay tight-lipped about their private lives, but others are willing to let it all hang out, even chat about their private parts. It's a good thing when they do. Lady gardens are real, we don't need to keep hush hush about them. Lord knows men talk about their parts often enough.
Celebs have spoken about their vajayjays in various contexts. Some talk about personal care down there and give out terrible advice to women the world over. Some talk about their love tunnels with pride, the strength and beauty of their lady parts. Some are basically just gossiping about themselves. And that's cool. We're all for normalizing vag-talk. Whatever the context, hearing celebs speak about their lady parts is interesting.
You can probably guess which kind of celebrities aren't afraid to discuss their nether regions. For the most part, it's the strong, funny and outspoken ladies who don't have a care in the world. Take a look at what they have to say...
13 Jennifer Love Hewitt: Vajazzling All The Way!
Do you remember that crazy vajazzling trend a few years ago? Well, apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt was a big fan. She first talked about it on Lopez Tonight, saying that she goes into even more detail on vajazzling in her book. A couple of years later she was still into vajazzling. She told Maxim,
“The fun part of being a girl is that there are little beauty things you can do to make yourself feel special. I can walk around all day and think, Nobody has any idea that I have a sparkly secret in my pants right now. It kind of took off after I wrote about it in my book, and now I have strangers coming up to me all the time like, 'Oh, my God, I’m vajazzaled right now. Want to see?' I’m like, 'No, I don’t, but congratulations.'”
12 Sharon Osbourne: Joked About V Tightening
Mrs O certainly isn't shy. She must be an interviewer's dream because you can guarantee she will talk about anything and everything. On the Graham Norton Show, she opened up about her experience with plastic surgery, revealing that she had her vagina tightened. "Having my vagina tightened. It was the worst," she said, "Oh, it was just excruciating." She even joked with fellow guest Colin Farrell about showing him the work after the show. However, Sharon later backtracked on her story, claiming that it was all a big joke. "How could I do that after I've had so much like, ill health?" she told Howard Stern. "Now I'm going to start putting scaffolding up my vagina?" So, has she or hasn't she had the work done? Who knows! She does have a kooky sense of humor.
11 Khloe Kardashian: Is Open About Her Big V
Khloe Kardashian has talked about her vagina/camel toe in public more times than any other celebrity in history. It's a good thing because she's normalizing the idea that women have different vagina shapes and sizes and there's nothing wrong with that. In an interview with Glamour UK she said,
“I never take myself seriously. When I joke about my camel toe or my big vagina on TV, I don’t realize how many people are watching! I’m with my sisters and we’re the same off camera – that’s how sisters are.”
“Then I go out and someone will say, ‘Oh, my god I have a big vagina too!’ I’m like, ‘WHAT?’ That’s when I can’t believe I said that out loud. But I love to be silly and make people laugh. It’s a compliment, and liberating to think my sisters and I might make other women feel OK about talking about this stuff too.”
10 Shailene Woodley: Put some Vitamin D on your V
Divergent actor, Shailene Woodley has an interesting technique for keeping her lady garden healthy. She told beauty blog Into The Gloss,
"Another thing I like to do is give my vagina a little vitamin D. [Laughs] I was reading an article written by an herbalist I studied about yeast infections and other genital issues. She said there’s nothing better than vitamin D. If you’re feeling depleted, go in the sun for an hour and see how much energy you get. Or, if you live in a place that has heavy winters, when the sun finally comes out, spread your legs and get some sunshine."
But speaking with Women's Health Mag, Whitney Bowe, M.D. says that exposing your lady bits to the sun's rays is not safe. Bear that in mind before you go burning your vagina.
9 Cameron Diaz: Hairless or to let it grow?
After writing about pubic hair and its benefits in her health manual, Body Book, Cameron Diaz was asked about her views on hair down there by talk show host Graham Norton,
"I would like to clear up what I said. I don't care what women do with it but we should be informed about how their bodies work. It is there for a reason and to laser it off is to lose it forever!"
Basically, Cameron is saying that she wants women to make informed decisions about their bodies, as opposed to just doing something like lasering off their pubes because they think it's trendy or it's what they think they're supposed to do. Plus, she doesn't want women to regret their decisions later on in life. That's pretty good advice!
8 Amy Poehler brags about her lady garden
Funny lady Amy Poehler has a lot to be proud of, she's a boss. One thing she is particularly proud of is her vagina. In her book Yes, Please she reveals that she has a "glamorous vagina" when she talks about how good she is in bed. By the way, she says she is way better in bed now than she was in her 20s, so that's something to look forward to girls- it doesn't necessarily all go downhill after your 20s. Before talking about giving birth to her first son, she writes,
"I don't consider myself beautiful or famous, but my vagina certainly is. Everyone knows this. I have the Angelina Jolie of vaginas."
I guess what we can take from that is that her vag is stunning. There's nothing wrong with being proud of your body, so you go Amy!
7 Betty White believes in the power of the V
Beloved actor Betty White is most well-known for playing Rose on The Golden Girls. At 95 years old, she is as sassy as ever and we love her for it. In 2011 she wrote a book called If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t) and in it she discusses how powerful vaginas are,
“Why do people say ‘grow some balls’? Balls are weak and sensitive. If you wanna be tough, grow a vagina. Those things can take a pounding.”
We need more role models like Betty White. She knows what she's talking about! When people say 'grow some balls', they are encouraging you to be stronger and braver. But why does it have to be a masculine thing? Women are strong and brave too. And it's true what White says, vaginas are way tougher than balls. So there!
6 Kate Beckinsale: "I’m told it is spectacular"
Another lady who takes great pride in her vajayjay is Kate Beckinsale. Speaking to Allure Magazine in 2008, she said,
“I’ve only ever had about three boyfriends. Only a handful of people have seen into the Pharaoh’s Tomb... My best feature is unfortunately a private matter, although I’m told it is spectacular. But you can’t really walk it down the red carpet. What can I say?”
At the time she also spoke about how her daughter got embarrassed about her talking about her lady parts too often. But she has continued to talk about her vagina. She made a satirical video in 2012 with some other popular actors entitled, "Republicans, Get in my Vagina," to raise awareness of the conservative stance on abortions and pregnancy care. You've got to love a woman who stands up for other women and their vaginas.
5 Laverne Cox: “People get so frustrated with this trans thing"
Orange is the New Black's Laverne Cox believes that gender is a western construct and that your anatomy doesn't govern your gender. She shared her views on gender and genitalia when speaking with The Guardian,
“People get so frustrated with this trans thing because they’re like, there’s just men and women, vaginas and penises, you’re either one or the other.”
“If you look at spirit traditions in the United States, or hijra traditions in India, religious cultures all over the world have fourth and fifth genders. And then Europeans and westerners came along and said, ‘What is this?’ Colonialism was not just about colonising whiteness, but about colonising the gender binary model.”
Cox is such an intelligent and enlightened woman. We can learn a lot from her! She isn't afraid to tell her story and speak the truth about lots of issues.
4 Gwyneth Paltrow encourages readers to wear jade eggs in their Vs all day
Gwynnie has gotten in some hot water recently for her terrible advice on down there care. On the blog for her lifestyle brand goop she encourages readers to wear jade eggs in their vaginas all day. She says,
"Fans say regular use increases chi, orgasms, vaginal muscle tone, hormonal balance, and feminine energy in general. Shiva Rose has been practicing with them for about seven years, and raves about the results; we tried them, too, and were so convinced we put them into the goop shop."
Gynecologists have slammed the idea as it's so dangerous. Dr Jen Gunter wrote on her blog, "I read the post on GOOP and all I can tell you is it is the biggest load of garbage I have read on your site since vaginal steaming." She said these vagina eggs can increase your risk of bacterial vaginosis or deadly toxic shock syndrome.
3 Kate Winslet Didn't Have Enough Hair Down There For Her Film Role
Kate Winslet is another actor who is willing to share all of the personal details that some other stars might keep private. She just doesn't care, and we love her for it. She told Allure Magazine,
"Let me tell you, The Reader was not glamorous for me in terms of body-hair maintenance. I had to grow it in, because you can’t have a landing strip in 1950, you know? And then because of years of waxing, as all of us girls know, it doesn't come back quite the way it used to. They even made me a merkin because they were so concerned that I might not be able to grow enough. I said, 'Guys, I am going to have to draw the line at a pubic wig. But you can shoot my snatch up close and personal.'"
2 Kim Kardashian: "I showed Larsa Pippen my V"
Her sister Khloe has spoken openly about having what she considers is a big vagina, while Kim of course would rather tell people that her vagina is lovely. On an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians she told her family over dinner that she has shown a friend her vagina after childbirth and her friend thinks it looks great. "I just showed Larsa Pippen [her friend] my vagina, and she thinks it looks gorgeous and perfect after a baby," she said. "I was sitting on the toilet and I just took a mirror, and I said, ‘Stand here and look in the mirror.’" Now that is true friendship! Most people would only show their closest friends their vagina (if anybody apart from their doctor or SO). It's no big though, I guess. It's only a vagina, we all have them.
1 Amanda Seyfried Is Proud Of Her Nickname Also Meaning Vajayjay
Mamma Mia actor Amanda Seyfried has talked about her vagina on a couple of occasions. First of all, she has a tattoo of the word minge on her foot. On Chelsea Lately, she explained her unusual tattoo,
"It means vagina and [I'm] kind of proud of it. It’s my nickname. You can’t see it, but it’s called Minge and it’s slang in England. It has something to do with your pubic hair in the dictionary."
It's true. Minge is slang for vagina in the UK. The second time she spoke about her vagina was when she was talking about dating. She told Elle Magazine,
"Everybody I've dated I've been sexually attracted to immediately. Sparks don't grow — your vagina doesn't become more inclined to wanting someone just because you're around them."
Also true. If the sexual attraction isn't there in the beginning, it's unlikely that it will grow with time.