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Selma Blair made her first appearance at the Oscars since being diagnosed with MS. (Photo: Bang ShowBiz)
Selma Blair, who got her big break in the 1999 cult film “Cruel Intentions” and later starred in the “Hell Boy” film series, spent years self-medicating with alcohol and other drugs until she discovered last year that she is suffering from multiple sclerosis.
Whitney Tingle and Danielle Duboise have never walked in a Victoria’s Secret fashion show, but the still have a lot in common with the brand’s top models. Many of them follow their plant-based Sakara Life diet. It treats food like medicine.
Bollywood actress Malaika Arora is fit and toned at 45 with a dancer’s body that would rival Jennifer Lopez. She credits a workout regime and disciplined lifestyle. Surprisingly, she says she doesn’t diet. Instead, she says she follows simple principles– eat healthy and in moderation.
Candice Swanepoel has never had to look very far to find a model for her swimsuit line. She’s always posed herself, and this year is no different. Despite giving birth in June to her second child, she was back in shape to show off her 2019 “Tropic of C” line. Here’s how she did it.
Amber Heard is staying focused on the things that lift her up, like Tex-Mex food, chocolate and red wine in the wake of her bone-crushing divorce from actor Johnny Depp, which made her a tabloid headline for months.
Rapper Cardi B is using her recent pregnancy to get into the lucrative weight-loss game by promoting a detox tea on Instagram. It’s all part of a slick marketing campaign that has enlisted a number of celebrities, including Demi Lovato, Kylie Jenner and even right-winger Sarah Palin. Many celebrities fail to disclose they are being paid to promote products to their legions of fans.
Graham Elliot never created any doubt about his love of food, especially his own creations. The celebrity TV chef topped out at almost 400 pounds at his peak weight. But you wouldn’t know it now. He’s lost a stunning 154 pounds.
Toni Garrn, the arresting German model, says a big part of her diet is intermittent fasting as a way to detox and stay healthy, and surprisingly new research shows that fasting does have beneficial health and diet effects.
Shailene Woodley plays a sailor lost at sea in her upcoming movie “Adrift,” and put herself through a torturous diet to look the part, living off roughly 350 calories a day, about a third of normal, according to diet sources. Don’t try this at home. The 26-year-old actress plays Tami Oldham whose ship is struck by a huge storm, leaving her and her shipmate stranded in the ocean. She had to look the part of an emaciated sailor and says her diet left her feeling “fucking miserable.”
Hailey Baldwin has come to symbolize sultry sexuality since she launched her modeling career in 2014. Just shy 22, the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin ventures to the tropical isle of St. Lucia in the Caribbean to frolic in the sea and sun in sexy swimsuits for the Italian edition of Elle magazine.
Zoe Saldana used to believe in a “strict” diet when she was younger to look her best because Hollywood so often equates physical beauty with success. But over the years, she’s taken control of her diet and fitness routines instead of letting them control her.
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.”
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.
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.
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.