Gaga’s dance moves looks like Christine Aguilera’s ugly sister demonstrating how to assemble a shelving unit from Ikea whilst trying to remove marmite from her armpits and inner thighs.
I kind of admire Ginger Spice Geri Halliwell, she compensated for her lack of talent with remarkable gung ho spirit, and is still managing to remain in the public eye, despite being famous for being famously crap.
The dirty-sanchez loving star of ‘True Blood’, Evan Rachel Wood, who redeemed herself by putting in a very credible perfomance in ‘The Wrestler’ admitted she would be happy to date either gender! Dirty lezzer!
If breakfast cereal is the healthy start to the day, packed with vitamins and other beneficial elements that keep us healthy and svelte, then how come A-listers like Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna avoid them like they were a plague of rabid locusts intent on eating the eyeballs of their young?
Pat Manocchia, the personal trainer every celebrity wants to have, went on the Howard Stern Show and dished up some advise on how to get in shape for the new year.
The Queen of Pop, known for her love of exercise and her toned physique, has just opened her first fitness center, treating a selected group of members to a dance class with her at the launch event.
Vinyasa is a unique style of Yoga in that it creates a flow of movement between poses instead of focusing solely on holding postures for long periods as with more traditional Yoga.
We’ve all seen photos of Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow carrying their mats around with them, but what is it that attracts so many celebrities to yoga?
Have we ever asked ourselves why we don’t lose weight easily? The answer is irregular and unhealthy eating habits. A Macrobiotic diet is more of a lifestyle rather than a diet plan with some spiritual elements attached to it. Celebrities who have celebrated success with it include Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna.
Comment is often passed on how astounding Madonna’s seemigly unlimited energy is. So why is it so hard to believe that her on-stage collapse during a performance of “Holiday” in Sofia, Bulgaria, could have been genuine?