Bella Thorne's 'body goals' bikini video has fans saying 'can my body look like this?'

Vacationing at the Auberge Resorts Collection in Esperanza, Thorne posted a video where she shot herself swaying in a classic two-piece against the sandy beach


                            Bella Thorne's 'body goals' bikini video has fans saying 'can my body look like this?'
Bella Thorne (Getty Images)

With 23.4M followers, Bella Thorne's Instagram account is the epicenter of hotness. The former Disney star turned model turned porn director turned social media sensation is known for her racy, sometimes controversial, but mostly head-turning posts. She likes to keep things sizzling with occasional bikini posts that never fail to wow and woo her followers. A recent photo shared by Thorne where she flaunts her svelte figure in a flattering bikini has left her fans more than amazed. In the spirit of complimenting her body, some fans praised Thorne wishing they had a body that looked exactly like hers.

Vacationing at the Auberge Resorts Collection in Esperanza, Thorne posted a video where she shot herself swaying in a classic two-piece with the beach waves crashing into the sands and a subtle pink sunset behind her. The video captioned "I put my phone on a swing and took this hello" has almost 600,000 views and likes, and around 1500 comments with most of her fans and followers clapping at how gorgeous her body is. Thorne looks incredible smiling away at her Insta-fam and she sure managed to break a few hearts.

Benjamin Mascolo and Bella Thorne walk the red carpet ahead of the 'Joker' screening during the 76th Venice Film Festival at Sala Grande on August 31, 2019, in Venice, Italy (Getty Images)

"Can I have her body?" was one of the most common comments under Thorne's post. It's just a cool people code for regular compliments. Another derivative of the same, spotted under the same post was "Ok but can my body look like this." The crying emoji and sad emojis made more than just this one appearance. Another fan wrote, "Imagine looking like this... it actually makes me so sad" and a fourth asked Thorne "Are your books fake? I'm not trying to bash you I'm genuinely curious," with the upside-down smiley emojis and everyone knows it means anything but a pleasant smile. 

Although associated with rumors surrounding surgeries, Thorn has always maintained a very steady anti-surgery stance on her Instagram. Back in 2019, when Instagram had banned 'cosmetic surgery' filters, Thorne had spoken out about the damages it does, writing, "So proud of Instagram for removing the plastic surgery themed filters I have been saying this needs to be done for a while this is not good for our mental health and stability."

Bella Thorne attends the Sally LaPointe front row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Gallery I at Spring Studios on February 12, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)

As for herself, or her enviably toned body that has been crushing her followers and sparking curiosity whether she achieved that level of perfection through surgery, Thorne is yet to address those claims. She is far too happy cheering her fans up, sharing her day and life over Instagram stories, and whenever she gets the chance, cozying up with beau Benjamin Mascolo. Her being comfortable in her body is inspiring, yet her impressionable fans, although they adore every single thing about her, seem to be more fixated about how she is "Body goals right there" most often.

Bella Thorne attends PUMA x Balmain created with Cara Delevingne LA Launch Event at Milk Studios on November 21, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

It's not just Thorne's post alone that contributes to impossible standards of beauty being desired and idolized every second and several celebrities have actively spoken out about the body image issues this leads too. Jameela Jamil, who is constantly on the prowl to bust products and supplements conforming to damaging norms of beauty, recently addressed this issue after Kim Kardashian posted a corset-clad photo of herself on Instagram where her waist looks impossibly tiny. Jamil, taking it to her personal Instagram account, explained how it's not Kardashian who means harm to her followers by promoting these body goals, but her own conditioning of the standards that women are held to. 

"(Kim) isn’t actively trying to harm you. She’s just so harmed and deluded into thinking this is what SHE needs to look like to be special and beautiful and she’s spilling it out onto her following. Is this wrong? YES. But I’m not sure she realizes that she’s doing to others what her idols did to her, in making her think a tiny waist is the key to femininity and sex appeal," 'The Good Place' actress explained