“I hated my body”: Sydney Sweeney Claims ‘Euphoria’ Helped Her Accept Own Physique, Reveals Traumatizing Childhood for Having B–bs in High School

"I hated my body": Sydney Sweeney Claims 'Euphoria' Helped Her Accept Own Physique, Reveals Traumatizing Childhood for Having B--bs in High School

Sydney Sweeney is a beautiful actress who has enchanted Hollywood with her phenomenal acting skills and extraordinary stage presence. Sweeney is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood today, and she owes this success to her hard work, dedication, and breathtaking talent. However, despite how beautiful and talented that actress is, she has had her fair share of insecurities and struggles.

Sweeney revealed that she had deep-seated insecurities growing up concerning her body image. In a candid interview, She claimed that her American teen drama television show, Euphoria helped her accept her body and get over the traumatizing years; in which she was embarrassed by her bre**ts. 

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Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney is one of the most talked-about and iconic stars in Hollywood. Sweeney has done several ground-breaking, genre-busting roles and earned top billings with her acting chops. In a self-admitting interview, the actress revealed that one of her shows helped her with body dysmorphia. Sweeney stated that while filming Euphoria season 2 she had to force her to step outside of her comfort zone. The actress shared, 

“The entire process has kind of forced me to go outside of my comfort zone because Cassie, especially this season, is such a challenge. I definitely have become more free and confident with my body. I have definitely struggled with a lot of body dysmorphia and have been self-conscious. And judging myself in a very sick, hard way. But with Cassie, I mean, everything’s out there, in the public, and I can’t really control that. So it’s helped me in a therapeutic, weird way, accept my body in a different way.”

Sydney Sweeney stars as Cassie in Euphoria
Sydney Sweeney stars as Cassie in Euphoria

Sydney Sweeney continued,

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“I had bo*bs in middle school. And I got horribly bullied for it because no one else had gone through puberty. And so, I hated my body. And so having a character like Cassie, and embracing it, has been really, really, powerful, for myself.”

Sweeney added that she had fully developed bre**ts much before girls of her age, and this gave her a lot of psychological issues. Nevertheless, Sweeney has faced her challenges bravely, and she undoubtedly has grown into a mesmeric actor who is reaching new heights in Hollywood with each passing year.

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Sydney Sweeney Talks About ‘Euphoria’

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Sydney Sweeney is perhaps one of the most beautiful young stars in Hollywood today. Her acting skills are unmatched, and her work has made her a huge star in a short span of time. So naturally, there is a whole lot of fan curiosity around if she felt safe filming n*de scenes for Euphoria. Talking about her portrayal of Cassie Howard in the television series Sweeney told Variety,

“She doesn’t know how to communicate without showing her body. That is a form of communication for her, and she was never taught that you did not need that.”

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She explained that she felt safe filming naked sequences for the show,

“It’s a very safe environment. I’m very fortunate that I am coming up during a time when there is so much thought in this process, and we now have intimacy coordinators. I have weirdly become very confident with my body through Cassie.” 

Sydney Sweeney has appeared in several iconic shows and hit movies and earned critical acclaim for her acting genius.

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Euphoria is available to stream on HBO Max.

Source: Cheatsheet

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