Lady Gaga showed off her super sexy body on “Saturday Night Live” last night (Oct. 22). She sang her up-tempo new single “A-Yo” with a lithe performance that showed off her flexibility and toned physique. Here are the diet and workout that got her there.
The song is the third single off her new album Joanne, which was just released this week.
She sang it for the first time on television, after releasing it four days ago.
She turned in a high-energy performance, wearing a sexy silver sequined crop top that flash her sequined bra. She wore similarly sequined hot pants that revealed her taut abs.
“Here we go,” she said before breaking out in a hip-gyrating dance.
She waved her hand above her head like she was riding a bucking bronco. The country-rock tune is all about throwing it in the face of haters.
Gaga didn’t hold back.
The 30-year-old singer went into overdrive over the summer to get in shape to promote her new album. She looked like she is in the best shape of her life.
She slimmed down using a low-glycemic diet and yoga workouts, as Celebrity Health Fitness has previously reported.
A low-glycemic diet accelerates weight loss, boosts metabolism and prevents diabetes, according to Rob Thompson, author of “The Insulin Resistance Solution.”
Yoga has been part of Gaga’s core exercise routines for years. “I’ve got to work out every day, and I work out hung over if I am hung over,” she said in a recent interview.
Beside yoga, she stays motivated by cross-training to mix things up.
In all, she lost 25 pounds, most of which she gained in 2013 binge-eating pizza and pasta at her parents’ Italian restaurant in New York City.
While Gaga wasn’t bothered by her weight gain, social media trolls viciously fat-shamed her. She fought back on Twitter with words of encouragement for all plus-size girls.
“To all the girls that think you’re ugly because you’re not a size 0, you’re the beautiful one. It’s society who’s ugly,” she wrote.
Her song takes aim at the haters with these lyrics:
Can’t wait to get you shook up
Faster than you can try to hate it
You can try to hate it, you can try to fake it
But baby, I laced it
For her second song of the night on SNL, Gaga slowed it down with “Million Reasons.” The ballad is the second single from Joanne.
The performance was also the first time Lady Gaga sang “Million Reasons” on television.
Gaga recently split from fiance Taylor Kinney earlier this year, but looked like she had it all together on the show.
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