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The countdown to summer is getting shorter, meaning bikini season is quickly approaching (whether we like it or not). Don't know where to begin or how get your game face on? Don't stress. We got the inside scoop from celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak, a.k.a. the key to Kim Kardashian's (and other A-listers like Amanda Seyfried, Julianne Hough and Lady Gaga) killer figure. "You're gonna get lean in life and strong in the gym," Pasternak explained. So, how does the trainer help Hollywood's biggest celebs get a toned physique? Morgan Stewart worked out with the fitness guru one-on-one to find out the latest tricks that'll get you in tip-top shape and beach-body ready. »
There are plenty of ways Lady Gaga stays healthy while on the road, but if she had to choose just one it’s safe to say she would give thanks to a gal pal who’s been by her side since day one.
People caught up with Bo O’Connor, the singer’s childhood best friend turned tour chef, at Buick’s Encore Backstage Classes at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, California during Coachella, where Lady Gaga made history as the first woman headliner. And from Kindergarten through high school and onto stardom, O’Connor says their friendship “really »
- Nicole Sands
Rihanna had an epic dance-off with Diddy’s son, Christian Combs, at the Velocity Black x 1 Oak/Up & Down Desert Beach Club in Indio, California, on Sunday. French Montana, P. Diddy, Cassie, Future, Nicole Scherzinger, and 2 Chainz, and more were on hand to celebrate Rihanna’s brother, Rajad Fenty’s, 21st birthday with cocktails by Absolut Elyx and D'usse, Budweiser beer and food by Catch.
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Earlier in the day, Katy Perry hosted an Easter Day "Recovery" Brunch, produced by John Terzian's The h.wood Group, at a private estate during the Coachella Music Festival in Thermal, California. The colorful daytime event featured an exclusive pop-up debut of the Katy Perry Footwear collection, and guests re-fueled with vitamin elixirs, oxygen bars and reflexology massages. The fun activities also included a festive Easter egg hunt by Cover Girl, and beats spun by Mia Moretti, Balthazar Getty and Bobby French.
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For Jennifer Hudson, staying on top of her 80-lb. weight loss is all about watching what she eats, not pounding away on the treadmill.
The actress, singer and Voice UK coach says she doesn’t go to the gym.
“I don’t really have time to do much of that, so I really just watch what I eat,” Hudson, 35, said on the British talk show Lorraine on Wednesday. “I’m very careful and cautious of what I’m eating, so I just try to pace those meals throughout the day. Like, okay, eat here, don’t eat here. When it’s early in the morning, »
- Julie Mazziotta
Lady Gaga has finally responded to her body shamers, and she’s not taking any prisoners.
While many found Gaga’s body inspiring, some criticized her figure after she changed out of her sparkly Versace bodysuit.
“I heard my body is a topic of conversation so I wanted to say, I’m proud of my body and you should be proud of yours too,” Gaga begins, with a photo of herself from the halftime show. »
- Alexia Fernandez and Karen Mizoguchi
After hours on the dance floor or sweating away in her favorite CorePower Yoga classes, Julianne Hough needs to refuel with a nutritious, protein-packed meal.
The 28-year-old Dancing with the Stars judge shared her diet and exercise philosophy with People, noting that it’s important to listen to your body.
“I try to cut myself some slack if I’m being consistent with my nutrition and activity,” Hough says. “If I am craving a piece of chocolate I go for something dark to satisfy the craving.”
When it comes to exercise, she says “just try to move your body everyday »
- Jessica Fecteau
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