Nashville Star Aubrey Shea Shares Swimsuit Photo of "New Personality"
Aubrey Shea Peeples is looking gorgeous in a swimsuit. In a new social media post, the star, who played Layla Grant on the hit shows, shows off a new look while wearing a bathing suit. "New personality unlocked," Shea captioned the post. "So Beautiful and Amazing," commented a follower. "Wowza," added another. How does the star, 29, approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up some of the Florida native's lifestyle habits
Shea is an "accidental vegan." After eating lots of cheesy, deep-fried foods, the star decided to try to eat two meat- and dairy-free meals a day for one week. "I ate like sh*t last summer," Shea told Delish. "Plants are simpler molecules than meat, which make them easier for your body to digest, so I thought I'd try this. By day three, I was eating full vegan, and I had so much energy—I wanted to work out—so I stuck with it."
Shea also loves coffee. While on Nashville the craft services team created a signature drink. "Mine is called the 'Crayla,' for 'Crazy Layla,'" Shea. "It's coffee, with espresso in it—like a Red Eye—with coconut milk and honey."
Shea also liked to drink another custom beverage: The Colt Wheeler. "I think it's almond butter, berries, nondairy milk—it's a really good smoothie," the star revealed.
Shea maintains a healthy diet but also enjoys eating out. While on Nashville the cast would go out to late dinners together. "We'll have ramen, which is my favorite, or Thai or Chinese," Peeples said.
As soon as Shea feels a cold coming on, the star reaches for some fresh pineapple. "The citric acid is one of the best things you can do for your vocal chords." Tea with honey and ginger-lemon drinks also provide soothing relief.
Shea Glamour that college could be an option. "Probably journalism," the star said when asked about a possible major. "Harvard has a very large create-your-own major program, so journalism or something with the English department. Something that would lend itself to editing. I don't mean movies, but newspapers or magazines. I love editing and grammar. It comes easy to me. I'm a huge reader, so I think I would very much enjoy it." One Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found that people who read books regularly had a 20% lower risk of dying over the next 12 years compared with people who weren't readers or who read periodicals.