"I'm diagnosed with body dysmorphia with reading those stupid f*cking tabloids when I was like 13 and feeling like I was ugly, like always," a clearly passionate Tallulah says. "I believed the strangers more than the people who loved me because why would the people who love me be honest?"
"I was trapped in this body," she explains. "I started starving myself and losing a bunch of weight and I got down to like 95 pounds. When I lost my curves and when my boobs shriveled up into like nothing and I had no shape, it put me in even more of a cage."
In 1996, Demi Moore also got candid talking about her body with ET -- particularly when it came to her children seeing her body in her film Striptease.
"I and my family, we don't express the body as something to be ashamed of, and so for Rumer watching me -- and also for the character Angela [her daughter in the film] -- doesn't know that there's something that's wrong with it. That's the societal judgment," she said. "And I think a lot of the times with children, they dont know to be biased or judgmental."