Ariel Winter is a champion of all things body confidence, which is why she's seemingly hit back at Chloe Grace Moretz's comments about Kim Kardashian's naked selfie - again.
Cast your mind back a bit and you might remember Kim Kardashian "had nothing to wear" and so shared a naked picture of herself on Instagram, censoring out her lady bits. And whilst there's no denying she looks FAB, the selfie divided opinion - with Chloe taking to Twitter at the time to share her criticism.
She wrote: "I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies."
And in her most recent interview, Chloe was asked whether she regretted her comments about Kimmy K's nakerz pic - to which it's very clear she, er, really doesn't.
She told Glamour in their June issue: "That picture wasn't linked to body confidence. It wasn't a #BodyConfidence or #LoveWhoYouAre. It was done in a slightly voyeuristic light, which I felt was a little inappropriate for young women to see…
"I would hate for young women to feel they need to post certain photos in order to gain likes, retweets, favourites, and male attention… I wasn't slut-shaming. It's not about body shaming.
"I [share bikini photos] because it's a body-confidence thing. I posted one in Mexico. I felt good, and I was wearing a bikini on a beach. It wasn't me sexualising myself. It was with a beautiful background."
So what Chloe was essentially saying was it's fine to share bikini photos on the beach, but not what is essentially a 'bikini' (those black censor backs are *so* S/S 2018, y'know) in a beaut bathroom? Hmm.
ANYWHO, Ariel wasn't having ANY of it, and took to Instagram to hit back at Chloe's comments and show her support for Kim Kardashian for living life on her own terms.
"Many have asked about my opinion on a certain interview…all I'm going to say is this: If you take a photo in which you feel CONFIDENT about yourself and think it spreads a positive image, then GO FOR IT. The 'background' doesn't matter- what matters is the message you are putting out there is true to what YOU believe in- not what anyone else says about YOU. I do what I can to create that positive light for my fans and I'm sure other celebrities are doing it in THEIR OWN WAY- no need to put one another down. No picture is the exception to someone else's rule. Even if some people 'know who they are.' Live life on your own terms."
Tbf, she has a point. Don't you think? What do you reckon? Discuss with us @Sugarscape, after finding out which college Ariel Winter's going to below: