Congrats on a shapewear choice well made, Kristen.
While many celebs like to keep mum about whether or not they're wearing shapewear, Kristen Bell is letting it all hang out there.
The Good Place star documented her process getting ready for the 2017 Golden Globes on Instagram, and she got real.
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Step one involved a cup of "morning matcha" while wearing her plunging Jenny Packham dress and not an ounce of foundation.
Next up was glam time, complete with a paper bib to keep the glittering gown while her team applied makeup to her chest.
The Frozen star even revealed that her dress was held up with "double double stick tape" in this smiley photo from her "final touch up."
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But there was something else underneath that you couldn’t see from any red carpet shot: butt pads!
Bell spilled the secret on Instagram Stories, sharing a hilarious photo of her padded boy shorts.
Clearly, the extra oomph worked: Bell's derrière looked A+ on the carpet, and no one knew about her little secret.
That is, until they checked Instagram.
The idea of butt pads has raised much debate in the InStyle office. Do they work? Would you wear them? Are they ridiculous? Below, digital editor Suzannah Ramsdale argues the case for them, but beauty editor George Driver ain’t so keen.
AGAINST: ‘As someone with more than enough butt (arguably too much), I can’t get my head round anyone wanting to make their’s bigger. Saying that, I would happily sell some of my butt for the good cause of butt pads. Sort of like selling your hair for extensions, if you will. It would be the easiest charity donation ever.’ George Driver
FOR: ‘There is nothing more sexy than a pert, juicy bottom. Seriously, nothing. If you can pad out your bra and train your waist, why the hell can’t you give your arse a helping hand? I am not lacking in the booty department (like George, I’ve got more than enough to go around), but if I did feel i needed an extra bit of curve, I’d be ALL over butt pads.’ Suzannah Ramsdale
The original version of this story by Olivia Bahou appeared on InStyle.com