Ashley Graham shares no-makeup selfie showing off her 'oozing' pimple

Ashley Graham shares no-makeup selfie showing off her 'oozing' pimple

Ashley Graham knows how to keep it real. Though she may be an otherworldly creature - being the world's first plus-sized supermodel - she's committed to showing that she's just like us - well - in the pimple popping sense, at least.

Yesterday evening, the Sports Illustrated model took to her Instagram Stories to share a no-makeup video with a twist.

At first, she starts by showing off her clear, glowy skin... So far so good.

Ashley Graham Credit: Instagram / Ashley Graham

But then, she zooms in a little more and wham, there's an oozy, freshly popped pimple for our viewing pleasure.

Ashley Graham Credit: Instagram / Ashley Graham

"She got popped," the American Beauty Star host says during the clip. And as she zooms in on the zit, she continues "and now she's oozing."

Now, to give you a weird titbit about Ashley, it's likely she popped this pimple while naked.

Look, hear me out - during an interview with The New York Post last year - the model revealed that she and her husband of seven years, Justin Ervin, like to walk around their home stark naked.

"We like to walk around the house naked together. It keeps things fresh," she told the publication.

And in conversation to the Telegraph, the plus-sized model expanded on her nudist tendencies, explaining that it's just more "comfortable" and natural to her. "Not every woman is like this, not every model is like this, but I’m a special case in that I would walk around butt-naked if I could, because it’s just more comfortable for me," she asserted.

While it's pretty unusual that Ashley Graham enjoys walking around butt-naked, let's face it - if we looked like her - we'd be getting our kit off all the time...

In any regard, the Lincoln, Nebraska native remains a passionate advocate for body positivity. "You have to continue to talk about it," Graham said in a recent interview. "I have always believed that skin colour is not a trend, age is not a trend, and my size is not a trend. And that’s why I believe that right now, this can’t be a trend—if our voices are heard loud and clear, it won’t be."

Going on to stress that she's one of the few models representing a majority market, Graham stated:

"Sixty-seven percent of the women in America wear a size 14 or larger, sixty-seven percent. Maybe you could ignore those consumers before, but now, thanks to social media, they’re making their voices heard. Women are demanding that brands give them what they want. And what they want is to be visible."

Go on, Ashley!