Hot damn, she gets better looking with every picture!!
Though we've always thought this singer was flawless, Demi Lovato has very publicly dealt with body dysmorphia issues and eating disorders…
So when she posted a heartfelt and crushing message about how happy she was after seeing her bodacious body at the 2014 Video Music Awards — we couldn't be more thrilled for her!
The Made In The USA singer took to Facebook last night, expressing mixed feelings about a collage of transformative award show looks (which you can see HERE) she gathered to show fans.
In the emotional post, Demi revealed:
Bow down to the talk show QUEEN of sass!
Media legend Wendy Williams loves to put on an über confident air when she's on the radio or in front of cameras…
But that humor and HIGHlarious attitude is hiding some serious inner struggles she's been dealing with since the age of 6.
In the new interview, Miz Williams confessed that weight and dieting have always been a huge part of her life, from a scary young age:
Megan Fox lost all her baby in only five months after giving birth.
Sure, she didn't get too incredibly huge during her pregnancy, but still, five months isn't a lot of time!
So, what's the secret to her healthy, rapid weight loss??
Do you own a fridge? If so, is it a tiny, college dorm room fridge?
No, it's a full size, regular fridge? We thought so… well, you may be interested to hear this:
Your fridge sucks.
Curious how Lily Allen maintains her teeny figure post baby??
She eats a ton of potato chips! Seriously!
Miz Allen confessed to Australia's radio station 2Day FM that she shed around 40lbs since giving birth last January by surviving on a variety of delicious fried crisps:
PepsiCo announced this week that it is committed to cutting sodium in its Lay's potato chips by 25% by 2015! And it has a special ingredient to help it do just that!
No, not eye of newt! This isn't magic, it's science!
Lay's chips will be using a new "designer" salt from now on, one that will seem like more than it is! How?
Have you ever eaten a bug before?
Chocolate covered ant perhaps? Scorpion filled lollipop? Anything?
Well, we all know we eat like 20 spiders every night when we sleep or whatever, but most of us would never dream of eating a bug.
But should we? Should we dream of eating bugs… and then actually do it?