Demi Lovato was nervous when she recently shared an unedited picture of her in a bikini. She was afraid how people would react after seeing the imperfections in her skin because of cellulite, but she wanted to shed her fears and embrace her body. The singer got a massive response from the post, and she later wrote that she was “blown away” by the support.

When Lovato shared a picture of her vacation trip to Bora Bora on Instagram, she wrote that she did it because she was tired of feeling ashamed of her body. With the post she wanted to show that she was now “unashamed” and “unafraid,” but it was only later that she revealed that she was nervous about it.

The singer wrote on her Instagram Story page that she was “literally shaking” after posting that picture online, People reported. She also admitted that it was “so hard” for her to post an unedited picture of her in a bikini.

Lovato was excited to share that she got tremendous response for her post. She wrote that she was “blown away” by the support and love she got from people online. “ let’s be the change we want to see.”

This is not the first time that the singer has shared an inspiring post online. Last year she wrote on Instagram that she decided to let go of her “perfectionism” and free herself from self-criticism. The post was about her wanting to feel strong, but she later deleted that post.

The recent post, however, has such a positive response that people are being inspired by it. Many of Lovato’s fans have come forward to talk about their own challenges, and they have also started to share unedited pictures of their cellulite, Yahoo reported.

Many people have shared their personal story and have also decided to love their body instead of self-criticism. The fans also thanked Lovato online for inspiring them to appreciate their body and not be worried about what other people think.

Demi Lovato Demi Lovato attends 103.5 KISS FM's Jingle Ball 2017 at Allstate Arena on December 13, 2017, in Rosemont, Illinois. Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images for iHeartMedia