Perfection is not attainable, but some stars do seem like they’ve got it all. Money, amazing bodies, careers that keep getting better – but according to these 5 stars, they don’t have everything they want in life. Some are talking about how they act in situations and say that they can often make mistakes, while others are speaking on their bodies, believing that they won’t ever look perfect. One star feels she isn’t perfect because she thinks she should spend more time with her family and needs to work out a good balance.
Beyonce says everyone is trying to achieve perfection but it isn’t realistic: “Everybody wants to be perfect, and nobody is, everyone thinks that there’s something wrong with them. I try not to think about it – but I am still a woman and I’m still human and there are certain things about me that I think, God, I wish this wasn’t like that, but I don’t let it consume my thoughts. I am curvier than some women you see on television. There is nothing wrong with curves. And, there’s nothing wrong with looking different from the person on the cover of fashion magazines, because that isn’t real life.”
Selena admits that she makes some mistakes but keeps them quiet from her fans so she doesn’t influence them negatively: “I’m human, I’m not perfect. I make mistakes all the time, but I guess my job is to keep those mistakes to myself, which I’m already fine doing and just try to be the best I can be for those kids.”
Rihanna has learned to embrace her body even though she feels it isn’t perfect: “I realized that I actually like my body, even if it’s not perfect according to the book. I just feel sexy. For the first time, I don’t want to get rid of the curves. I just want to tone it up. My body is comfortable, and it’s not unhealthy, so I’m going to rock with it”.
Speaking on her family, Jessica admits she isn’t a perfect mother but is working things out: ‘It’s not perfect. I’m constantly feeling I should be spending more time at home. I installed a kids’ corner in the office, and the baby is really easy right now. But every day is evolving and changing. If I’m not going to be home all day, I know I’ll be home at night.”
Jessica was wild when she was younger and says she is far from perfect: “I absolutely had a mad, crazy period. Probably 16 to 22-ish, I was sneaking out of the house, getting in trouble. The thing with the US is you can’t drink until you’re 21, but everyone drinks before. Listen, I broke the rules just like everyone else does. I’m not an angel, I’m not a perfect person who doesn’t mess up, eat bad, not work out – I mean, I do all of those things. It’s just for the most part, when I’m working, I don’t feel like I have the choice.”