Missy Elliott traded diet soda for water and sharply cut her intake of carbohydrates to shed more than 30 pounds over the last four months and “get her glow back.” And, she says she can still eat two cupcakes a month. The 46-year-old rapper has “never been a water drinker” and struggled to cut out the carbs for most of her career. But by substituting natural drinks over soda and juice and cutting out bread, she says she no long feels “sluggish.”
Lady Gaga is known for her flamboyant stage style. Will her taste translate to a beauty line? The songstress thinks so. She’s planning to extend her brand from music to cosmetics with a line called Haus Beauty. The 32-year-old singer is waiting to cement the trademark through her company, Ate My Heart Inc, before launching. But when it hits, it will leave no facial part untouched.
uincy Davis is catching a wave in her career, not only as a pro surfer, but also as a budding fashion model. The 22-year-old champion is featured in a new swimwear campaign for Free People and Waves for Water, a non-profit group that promotes clean water. Davis literally grew up on the beach. She was born in Montauk, New York, a resort town on the vert tip of Long Island, almost 100 miles from New York City. The area is known as an East Coast surfing hotspot.
Ciara, best known as a singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, model and actress, suffered from a medical condition after giving birth that affects countless women. It’s known as “baby pooch,” “mummy tummy,” or by it’s scientific name Diastasis recti. Here’s how she beat it. Ciara gave birth to her second child, Sienna, 11 months ago and was left with another case of “baby pooch,” just like her first pregnancy. The condition causes abdominal muscles to part down the middle and leave a slight bulge after birth.
Hailey Clauson is an all American California girl who has rocketed to the top ranks of fashion models.
Tyra Banks is finally ‘fessing up a secret only her nose knows. She had plastic surgery early in her career to reshape her nose. At this stage of the game, she says she owes it be “responsible” to models coming and tell them the truth. Oh.. and she also has fake hair. WTF?
Lucy Hale is radiant at 28, but says it’s not all her. “The Pretty Little Liars” star says she’s a big believer in all kinds of products to make her skin glow, including expensive face masks. But she’s being paid to hype at least some of her fav products. Hale revealed in Teen Vogue she’s partnering with Degree deodorant manufactured by the Unilever, a global consumer giant based in Holland.
Pink, one of the hardest working singers in show business, is down with the flu and bagging her performance at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The move, the second cancellation in a row, came on doctor’s orders because her whole family is battling the virus. What, no flu shots?
Kylie Jenner is already following in the footsteps of half-sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian. She’s trying to cash in on her post-pregnancy body by promoting “waist training” corsets that have been branded a health hazard by experts. At various times the Kardashian sisters have promoted the controversial product on social media sites.
Alicia Vikander faced a dilemma for her role as Laura Croft in “Tomb Raider.” She needed to diet and exercise to GAIN weight. And, not just any weight. She wanted to add pure lean muscle, sculpt her body and add strength to do some of the arduous stunts. She started with a high-fat, no-carb keto diet to help burn fat. Then she hit the gym.
Selena Gomez faced the biggest health crisis of her life when she went through a kidney transplant, and for a time, she feared she would die during the operation, according to her best friend Francia Raisa. Gomez, 25, has long suffered from a serious case of lupus, an autoimmune disease that can attack internal organs like the kidneys. Raisa donated a life-saving kidney to the singer. Selena turned to her to express her fears. She was worried the operation might not go as planned.
Bridget Malcolm knows the pressure models face to remain thin, but she’s taking a different road to body acceptance. “I have gained weight. And I do not give a fu*k about it,” she says in a statement on her Web site. The Victoria’s Secret model reveals how she learned to “free” herself from obsessing over her figure, and stop being so harsh on herself when it comes to her body.
Demi Lovato, who has battled body issues during her career, says our diet obsessed culture is “frustrating and sad.” It’s “constantly telling us we’re not thin enough,” she says in a new interview. Lovato, 25, became an advocate for “body positivity” after a devastating breakdown in November 2010 led to a stint in rehab.
Jessica Alba posted a photo and video on social media today (Mar. 9) showing her hair being cut and shaped following the birth of her now now-two-month-old son Hayes. She called it her “pregnancy hair,” and sent an important message to expectant moms. The 36-year-old actress wrote “This happened.”
Julia Louis Dreyfus had a special message for her breast cancer–“fuck you”–and an urgent plea for everyone else who is suffering from the disease. She’s urging the government to make “universal health care a reality.” The 57-year-old actress revealed last September that she had been diagnosed with the disease.
Kylie Jenner, half sister to the Kardashian clan, and baby daddy Travis Scott showed off their new baby on social media. Stormi was borne Feb. 1. Until now the tot has been a bit of a mystery. Kylie has posted pictures of Stormi on social media, but the baby’s face has always been obscured. One picture showed the baby holding Kylie’s thumb with her face out of focus.
Beyonce knows how to put on a show and she’s planning a big one for the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. But it doesn’t come easy. She just revealed the Vegan diet she’s following to slim down and build up her endurance. At 36, her body doesn’t respond quite like it did when she was at her peak in her 20s. Her vegan diet is designed to shed unwanted weight and build up endurance for a strenuous stage show, according to her trailer Marco Borges.
Fasting intermittently has real scientific benefits, according to a new study. It suggests the practice not only could help lose weight, but also increase endurance and heart health. Only one catch; the study focuses only on mice. The study, conducted by the federal National Institutes of Health, focused on mice. Those that fasted regularly burned fat instead of sugar during exercise. Fats provide more energy and helped increase endurance.
Shania Twain, the Canadian singing star, revealed that she has had to rethnk how she deals with her health following a 2003 bout with debilitating Lyme Disease. She says she’s much more disciplined about eating, self-care and getting the right amount of sleep. “I take my health seriously,” she says in a new interview with Australia’s Herald Sun newspaper.
Saoirse Ronan, the fast-rising Irish actress is now being hotly watched by tabloids. The latest reports are speculating that she may be dating ballet dancer Calum Lowden, although the she says dating is not her thing. They were actually introduced weeks earlier by mutual friends, according to reports. “Saoirse didn’t win on the night but couldn’t have looked happier,” someone who was there told Britain’s Sun newspaper.