"The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil is the internet's newest (and best) source of body positivity and self-love. She already shut down Hollywood's obsession with weight and is now discussing the toxicity of award shows as they apply to body image.

Jamil took to Twitter ahead of the Academy Awards to share her thoughts on the world's obsession with how celebrities look on the red carpet, which according to her is a lot of "smoke and mirrors."

The star tweeted a link to a blog post she previously wrote titled "I weigh," inspired by this Instagram post detailing each of the Kardashian's weight.

"I wrote this for every woman who has ever felt bad about herself," Jamil wrote about the piece. In the article, she breaks down how toxic and dangerous it is to focus on weight rather than more important things like integrity, accomplishments, and pizza, obviously.

The 32-year-old also criticized the fashion industry, which only caters to one particular size and body type.

She also added this very important follow-up:

As expected, some fans criticized her self-love inspiration, but she came back with an even more detailed explanation about self-acceptance.

Jamil has no time for Hollywood's insane beauty ideals.

Honestly, just give HER a damn Oscar already.

photo: Instagram/jameelajamilofficial

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