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Entertainment Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit-clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono's iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover

06:20  14 november  2019
06:20  14 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Recreating John and Yoko : Jameela Jamil set jaws dropping as she shared a steamy kiss with comedian Celeste Barber for InStyle' s December Rolling Stone used the image for their cover for their January 22, 1981 tribute issue to the singer. Jameela and Celeste ' s playful editorial sees the

Jameela Jamil and Celeste Barber recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono iconic photo on the subscriber cover of InStyle‘ s December issue, on sale November 22nd. Here’ s what the duo had to share with the mag: Jameela on why she’ s fighting for body positivity: “Most of my health problems

Jameela Jamil attends the 2019 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on October 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. © Getty Jameela Jamil attends the 2019 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on October 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. She is a body positivity advocate and outspoken social media commentator who is making waves stateside with her role on The Good Place.

And Jameela Jamil set jaws dropping as she shared a steamy kiss with comedian Celeste Barber for InStyle's December subscriber cover.

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Jameela Jamil in a blue shirt: Jameela Jamil is not afraid to speak her truth — and let the rest of the world in on it too! Ever since the Good Place actress called Khloé Kardashian out for adhering to and glorifying diet culture — first, by calling her diet obsession “sad” in January, then by slamming her for promoting a weight-loss drink in March — the world has been paying more attention to the body-positive activist’s thoughtful crusade and critical opinions. “I think a lot of people in the public don’t speak out about things that they could well use their platform to speak out with,” Jamil exclusively told Us Weekly in January 2019. “They’re afraid of sticking their neck out because if you do, your head gets chopped off.”  		 			 		 	 Jameel, who became an #AerieReal role model in 2019, also started the I Weigh movement, an Instagram account that reminds its followers of the value of equality, confidence, self-worth and authenticity with inspirational messages and photos. The star has been open about her own past battles with an eating disorder and feeling mentally ill after trying to live up to Hollywood ideals. Now, she tries to protect teens and young girls from the potentially damaging effects of trying to achieve perfection. And though the British DJ — who was accidentally called by her character’s sister’s name on The Good Place by E! on the carpet at the 2019 Golden Globes — will publicly slam any star for irresponsible behavior, it’s nothing personal. “All I care about is what [Khloé Kardashian] puts out into the world for young girls,” she clarified for Us in March 2019. “I’m not trying to get anyone canceled, not trying to cancel all celebrities and influencers who do this. I just want them to start being more responsible and to start looking out for the mental health of young people because I was a young person who wasn’t looked out for by celebrities I was looking up to. It really damaged me.” She continued, “We all have work to do. But there’s not that much pressure, it’s not hard to know: Don’t sell non-FDA-approved products that are powder on the internet and pretend that’s how you got your face and body. Just don’t do it. Don’t lie. Be honest, it’s not that hard.” Jameela Jamil, we salute your fierce attitude! Scroll through for her best activist moments, social media clapbacks, celebrity slams and more.

The British star, 33, smiled as she was smooched by a serene bodysuit-clad Celeste, 37, recreating John Lennon and Yoko Ono's iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover.

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Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit - clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono ' s iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover . Trend spotting! Charlize Theron, Meghan Markle and many more stars are stepping out in colorful leather midi skirts and coordinating tops.

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Jameela looked gorgeous clad in a black satin dress with a sweetheart neckline and thigh-split which teased a glimpse of her toned legs.

The beauty wore her raven locks in soft waves as she shot the camera a whimsical smile, with her visage adorned with feline flicks of liner and a rose lipstick.

Jameela Jamil sitting on a bed posing for the camera: Recreating John and Yoko: Jameela Jamil set jaws dropping as she shared a steamy kiss with comedian Celeste Barber for InStyle's December subscriber cover © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Recreating John and Yoko: Jameela Jamil set jaws dropping as she shared a steamy kiss with comedian Celeste Barber for InStyle's December subscriber cover Emulating Beatles icon John, Celeste revealed her curves in a nude bodysuit with her hair styled in tousled curls and smoky shadow lighting up her features. 

The original cover, shot by Annie Liebowitz, featured a naked John curled up in a foetal embrace in bed alongside a fully clothed Yoko.

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Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit - clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono ' s iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover . Trend spotting! Charlize Theron, Meghan Markle and many more stars are stepping out in colorful leather midi skirts and coordinating tops.

Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit - clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono ' s iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover . Trend spotting! Charlize Theron, Meghan Markle and many more stars are stepping out in colorful leather midi skirts and coordinating tops.

It was taken on the morning of December 8, 1980, just 12 hours before John was killed by Mark Chapman. 

a group of people sitting at a table with a cake: Carb fest: The dynamic duo enjoyed some delicious pizza in the gutter at the end of their girl's night out © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Carb fest: The dynamic duo enjoyed some delicious pizza in the gutter at the end of their girl's night out Rolling Stone used the image for their cover for their January 22, 1981 tribute issue to the singer.     

Jameela and Celeste's playful editorial sees the pair go on a 'real' girl's night out, complete with tears, alcohol and pizza.

One glamorous snap sees Celeste, clad in a shiny emerald green gown, and Jameela, dazzling in sequins, attempt to order some glasses of champagne across a bar.

Jameela Jamil et al. posing for the camera: Drinks please: The pair were seen ordering some drinks across a bar as some leggy dancers strutted their stuff © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Drinks please: The pair were seen ordering some drinks across a bar as some leggy dancers strutted their stuff However, a cheeky distraction in the form of two leggy dancers, impedes the process, with the pair pulling shocked expressions.

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Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit - clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono ' s iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover . Trend spotting! Charlize Theron, Meghan Markle and many more stars are stepping out in colorful leather midi skirts and coordinating tops.

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Jameela then slipped into an extravagant scarlet ruffled dress with sweeping train while Celeste donned a silver and pink sequin number as they chowed down on pizza while standing in the gutter.       

The InStyle interview sees the pair open up about how they're shaking up the status quo and having the best night out, all while doing so on their own terms. 

Jameela discussed why she's fighting for body positivity, saying: 'Most of my health problems came from what I did to myself while trying to be thin. 

' Jameela Jamil attends the 2019 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on October 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. © Getty Jameela Jamil attends the 2019 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on October 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. I have a kidney that is always in trouble, and that's literally because of all the detox and diet products I took.' 

'That's why I rally so aggressively—I'm living in the body I hurt because society told me that my size was the most important thing in the world, and it wasn't.'   

'I [still] struggle with body dysmorphia, but it's nothing compared with what it would've been if I hadn't been forced to look at my body as this incredible machine that does so much for me, that I'm now so protective of. 

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Jameela Jamil is kissed by a bodysuit - clad Celeste Barber in bed as they recreate John Lennon and Yoko Ono ' s iconic 1981 Rolling Stone cover . Victoria Beckham has trouble parking her Mercedes as she is helped by a security guard outside her office in London Struggle.

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'It's something I owe to the struggles I've had, and I believe we can't do enough to teach people about gratitude. I hope that other people don't have to go through what Celeste and I have gone through to get that. 

Photographer Annie Leibovitz autographs her iconic Rolling Stone cover photo featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono at The Biltmore Country Club Ballroom on November 25, 2008 in Coral Gables, Florida Photographer Annie Leibovitz autographs her iconic Rolling Stone cover photo featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono at The Biltmore Country Club Ballroom on November 25, 2008 in Coral Gables, Florida 'Enjoy this life while you can. Also, we only get taught to think about the outside, never the inside, and it's not right.' 

Jameela recently recently revealed that she's turned down around $3million from problematic brands who've reached out to work with her.

a person standing in front of a building: Strike a pose: Jameela and Celeste showed off their homed legs as they posed up a storm in glamorous gowns in the street © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Strike a pose: Jameela and Celeste showed off their homed legs as they posed up a storm in glamorous gowns in the street The former MTV presenter told Cosmopolitan: 'I would own about three houses right now if I gave them my time. 

'I don't take them because I genuinely walk the walk about caring about the items that I'm promoting and encouraging other people to engage in.'

The full interview with Jameela and Celeste can be found in the December issue of InStyle, on sale November 22. 

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