Just saying. While a little cushion for one's pushin' is never discouraged, Britney Spears has kind of let herself go. See below. Amazing, because he we thought that smoking reduced one's appetite. If there was ever a need for a celebrity diet ...
Does Reggie Bush push his girlfriend to lose her tush?
According to The New York Post, the New Orleans Saints running back is pressuring Kim Kardashian to get rid of some of the junk in her famous trunk.
A source told Page Six that Kardashian has been working out like crazy these days at the request of her boyfriend, as the insider simply says: "He's been pushing her to work out hard."
Reggie Bush to Kim Kardashian: Lose the weight, not the boobs.
For example, on Sunday Kim was overheard telling a friend at the opening of FUSE nightclub in Nashville that Bush made her run the dunes at Manhattan Beach in California. It could be worse for her, though.
Sister Khloe Kardashian will be running from giant women in the shower later this month.
Our staff members (and readers) have been in the throes of a major debate lately, regarding whether Audrina Patridge's boobs are real or fake.
What's indisputable, though, is that The Hills star has slimmed down a lot since we first got to know her on the MTV reality show hit.
In the new TV Guide, the Into the Blue 2 actress recently talked about her diet as well as a little "exercise advice." Back in high school, The Hills hottie says she used to guzzle milk to slow down her metabolism.
Now that it's under control, the 23-year-old Audrina swears by portion control: "I order what I want when I'm out, but I don't eat all of it."
More importantly, Audrina Patridge work out at least five times a week.
That entails either doing laps in her backyard pool (guess it's bigger than it looks), hiking in Runyon Canyon, going for a run or pumping iron.
"Even when I'm just sitting in front of the TV, I lift five-pound weights or do squats," the feuding friend of Lauren Conrad says. "And I wear heels when I vacuum, because it works my calves and my butt!"
Whether you see her in Sex and the City: The Movie or in sex photos with Eric Stapelman, there's no denying that Kristin Davis looks damn good.
Kristin's secret: A balanced diet of salmon, brown rice, eggs, guacamole, bread made from spelt (a grain), nuts, lots of vegetables, a few vitamin supplements and, of course, the occasional latte. She's only human!
"My energy doesn't have the weird spikes and drops it used to," she tells Shape magazine, reflecting on the bad old days when she thrived on high-calorie snack foods on the set, chasing them with Diet Coke and alcohol.
Kristin Davis looks absolutely amazing for her age (she is 45!), and it's all due to a balanced, celebrity diet regimen she takes very seriously.
The actress is a recovering alcoholic, and while she hasn't had a drink in 15 years, she found it a lot harder to kick the snacks she loved.
But instead of the usual guilty pleasures, she reaches for her new healthy, favorite snacks like organic almond butter cookies.
"You shouldn't feel deprived," Kristin Davis says of her dieting. "Healthy eating, to me, means limiting foods that could be harmful and eating foods that contain nutrients essential to your health. Not starving!"
At The Hollywood Gossip, we bring you the latest celeb news and rumors ... but we also like to play matchmaker from time to time. Or at least try.
Previously, we suggested that Miley Cyrus and David Archuleta get together. Seems like a great pairing, doesn't it? Yeah, we think so too.
Well, tell us what you think of this couple - or who we think would be an awesome couple - Mario Lopez and The Hills' Audrina Patridge.
The recent TV Guide cover story featuring the two celebrities - and their super hot bodies! - got us thinking: they totally should date!
Audrina Patridge, Mario Lopez and others bring you celebrity diet tips in TV Guide.
In TV Guide, Mario and Audrina share celebrity diet tips for "HOT! SUMMER! BODS!" They involve very expensive personal trainers and in Audrina's case, eating one bite of tuna fish a day. Okay, just kidding about the last part.
In any case, we think they look super hot together. We know Mario doesn't have the ol' ball-and-chain Karina Smirnoff to worry about anymore - right, Meghan Cooper? No, Mario Lopez nude is there for the taking nowadays.
All we need is for Audrina to dump Tal Cooperman!
Dear Diary: This crystal meth tastes awesome!!!
That's what an diary entry by Jodie Sweetin would have read as recently as a few years ago. But the former Full House star has come a long way.
Following her pregnancy, Sweetin is now penning a diary for OK! Magazine. But it focuses on weight loss, not drug use. Check out the actress latest entry, regarding a pool party thrown by Dave Coulier:
I was scared to even try on the bathing suit at first, but I put it on and despite horribly unattractive lighting and all the other dressing room dangers, I smiled! Then when Saturday arrived and I knew it was time for the real deal, I was truly nervous.
But I put on the suit and walked out of the bathroom, where my husband [Cody Herpin] saw me and said, "Wow! Babe, you look great!" I was jumping for joy!
So, little by little, I'm making it through the hurdles of summer with increasing confidence in myself! I'm still working hard and sticking to my Nutrisystem plan, but it's days like this past Saturday that keep me going towards my goal.
Natasha Bedingfield is a cute and successful British pop singer - you may have heard her moving song "Unwritten," a.k.a. the theme from The Hills, a couple of million times, as well as some of her other hit singles.
But this songstress also loves to work out!
The 5-foot-6 performer recently lost 15 pounds in four months - and her secret is (you guessed it) cardio and moderate dieting!
The lovely Natasha Bedingfield at 130 pounds and at 115 pounds.
Now 15 pounds lighter, Natasha Bedingfield sticks primarily to lean protein and veggies when it comes to her diet, and works out a lot.
When she's not in the gym with her personal trainer, she's enjoying the outdoors with her L.A. businessman beau of two years, Matt Robinson.
"We run and go hiking," Natasha says of her simple, but effective celebrity weight loss regimen. "He's very built. Everyone thinks he's my bodyguard!"
Without a doubt, celebrity diets and weight loss work for some.
Other stars, though, have found that the best diet is none at all!
Having weathered the highs and lows of several eating disorders, actress Brittany Snow has sworn off dieting and personal trainers!
"I'm done. I canceled my trainer," Snow, 22, said over the weekend at Stride Gum's Longest Day of the Year party in West Hollywood.
"I refuse to do the whole diet or fitness thing anymore. I just go and have fun. I know what I like, what makes me feel good, and that's what I do."
Brittany Snow has had anorexia, exercise bulimia, depression, and body dysmorphic disorder as a teen - once falling to a Kate Bosworth-esque 85 pounds.
But the cute actress credits fellow star and friend Sophia Bush for helping to coach her on her body image issues and now is doing better!
Queen Latifah is more than just a Jenny Craig spokesperson. She's an example that the diet program works!
The Mad Money star is might proud of her recently weight loss, though she wants to emphasize that it was achieved for health, not vanity, reasons.
"My intention was to lose five to 10 percent of my body weight because it makes a difference with health related issues, and I achieved that goal in a couple of months," the Queen said at the first annual National Awards & Recognition Luncheon for The League recently. "I'm excited about this weight loss."
The singer/actress did more than just follow the Jenny Craig program; she hit the gym five to seven days a week, switching between the treadmill or elliptical machine for an hour.
As you can see in the shot above, it shows!
You might not be able to act like Jennifer Garner (we loved her in Juno), but here's how you can look like the actress.
As reported by Us Weekly, Garner uses personal chef Richard Florczak to keep her body on track, especially after she gave birth to daughter Violet.
Florczak recently shared three easy secrets with Self magazine:
Make "Skinny Sauce"
Florczak suggests satisfying fattening alfredo cravings with this high-fiber, low-fat red pepper sauce:
- Roast three red peppers or drain a jar of peppers.
- SautÃ© with onion and garlic until soft.
- Blend with one cup chicken broth until smooth and creamy
- Pour over chicken or pasta
Skip store-bought fattening salad dressing
Florczak recommends making a week's worth of his own non-fat version each Sunday night:
- Blend Â½ cup low-sodium soy sauce, Â½ cup rice wine vinegar, 2 tbsp chopped garlic and 1 small peeled and chopped shallot for 30 seconds