It’s a widely accepted fact that Chrissy Teigen is the queen of celebrity social media clapbacks. Whether she’s shutting down a Twitter troll who criticized her fertility plan or dismissing someone who didn’t like the way she held baby Luna once, you can always count on Teigen to serve delicious shade in the name of justice.
But Teigen isn’t the only woman who knows a thing or two about celebrity social media clapbacks. These 10 female stars, below, have all encountered sexist, body-shaming trolls on the Internet and responded accordingly. (And by that, we mean typically with some kind of wise statement.)
Schumer posted a stunning bikini photo on Instagram Stories in April and, as if she knew the barrage of hate was coming, captioned the post, “I feel great. No haters can f with my baseline.” Preemptive clapbacks are the ultimate clapbacks.
In 2016 Schumer wrote a response on Instagram to the online haters who dissed her vacation swimsuit pic. “I hope you find some joy in your lives today in a human interaction and not just in writing unkind things to a stranger you’ve never met who triggers something in you that makes you feel powerless and alone,” she wrote. “This is how I look. I feel happy. I think I look strong and healthy.”
In 2015 Gomez received a swarm of online criticism for allegedly gaining weight. But instead of responding with a shady remark, she killed them with kindness—and a very sexy bathing suit pic. “I love being happy with me y’all #theresmoretolove,” she wrote.
Garbage Twitter users decided it was their place to criticize Sidibe’s Golden Globes look back in 2014. For her clapback, the Empire star chose opulence over an insult. “To people making mean comments about my GG pics, I [most definitely] cried about it on that private jet on my way to my dream job last night. #JK,” she wrote. She literally flew away from the haters.
Kardashian West hit back at the tabloids and critics who came for her postbaby body in 2014 with a message about the damaging effects intense scrutiny can have on women. “Making fun of me pregnant and making fun of me trying to lose weight now shame on you,” she wrote. “I’m not perfect but I will never conform to your skinny standards sorry… Don’t give young girls a complex!”
If you’re in the Pretty Little Liars army, then you know all about the body shaming that Pieterse endures on a daily basis. Fed up with the hate, she took to Instagram and revealed that she has a “hormone imbalance” that led to weight gain. “YOU and YOUR health are what matters, not anyone else’s opinions and assumptions of you,” she wrote. Cheers to that.
Comedian Jay Mohr thought it would be funny to take a few swipes at Milano’s weight in 2014. When the Charmed icon caught wind of his comments, she tweeted what is perhaps the classiest clapback of all time. “So sorry you felt the need to publicly fat-shame me. Be well and God bless. Please send my love to your beautiful wife,” she wrote. He quickly apologized for the jabs.
As a champion for body positivity, Graham has (unfortunately) had to deal with every type of body shaming under the sun. The model is a firm believer in loving the skin you’re in, which is exactly what she said after a few Instagram users criticized her for getting too “thin.” “People come on my page and body-shame me because I’m too big, because I’m too small, because I’m not good enough for their standards,” she wrote. “But at the end of the day, I’m good enough for me. Angles will make anyone look bigger or smaller and I just happen to know mine.”
Riley went on an epic, minute-long rant on Instagram about people’s fascination with her body. “Why does me being fat offend so many people?” she said. “My ass is fat, and the fellas love it. And so do I. So eat it.” Where is her Oscar?
In 2015 Winter posted a photo of herself wearing a bikini and hanging out with her young cousins. It was a totally harmless, family-friendly pic, but the Internet used it as an opportunity to slut-shame her. Winter was quick to respond with an empowering message. “The height of a girl’s skirt, or whatever she is wearing, for that matter, does not imply what she is asking for,” she wrote. “You are not asking for anything because of what you are wearing—you are expressing yourself and don’t you ever think you deserve the negativity as the consequence to what you are wearing – YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.”
Zendaya wasn’t here for the people on Twitter who criticized her for looking too “skinny” at the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards. Swiftly after receiving a barrage of hateful messages, she tweeted, “Now…everyone go look in the mirror at their beautiful body, and love that shit😘 #thickgirlswinning #skinnygirlswinning #weallwinning.” Yes, we are.