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Addison Rae in Bathing Suit Finds Omer Fedi "Irresistible"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Social media superstar, singer and headliner of the Netflix film He's All That, Addison Rae shared some PDA with her reported boyfriend Omer Fedi, sharing a photo of her in a swimsuit smooching the Israeli musician. The caption punctuated things perfectly: "Irresistibleeeeeeeeeee," she wrote, adding a human-heart emoji. How does she stay fit while keeping things so romantic? Read on to see 5 ways Addison Rae stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Does Pilates

Rae learned how to do Pilates from a good friend—a Kardashian. "The best wellness hack I've learned from Kourtney is probably, working out and doing pilates. I feel like I really started getting into pilates whenever I was working out with Kourtney. We'd do pilates and also run. I mean, I hate running… But it's so good for you," she told Glamour UK.


She Brainstorms For Her Own Beauty Line

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She is pretty involved in her own beauty line, Item Beauty. "My team and I do tons of calls, almost every other week," she told the New York Times. "It's brainstorming the entire time, which is so fun. And I have the craziest ideas so randomly. So it consists very much of me randomly having an outburst of an idea and then the team making it come to life, which is really, really cool."


This is What Makes Her Feel Empowered

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"I feel most empowered when I'm doing things that I love to do. So dancing, singing, being creative. I feel very empowered when I'm being creative. My favourite song to sing is this song called Wait by Maroon 5 featuring a Boogie With A Hoodie (I really like his verse)," she told Glamour UK.


She Has This to Say About Beauty Standards

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"For me, a lot of people have said, 'Oh I love how comfortable she is and she doesn't look like the beauty standard.' It's a backhanded compliment sometimes because people will be like, 'I'm so glad she's confident that she doesn't look perfect,'" she said, according to People. "It hurts sometimes when people say that, because I think everyone's perfect, so why is there some standard of 'this body is the ideal body'?"


Here's the Scoop on Omer

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"Now 21, Omer moved to Los Angeles from Tel Aviv with his dad when he was 16," reports Seventeen. "Growing up, his dad was one of Israel's most accomplished and well-respected drummers. According to MTV News, his dad's career introduced him to music at a very young age. After listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, he knew that was his dream." "I wanna make my friends the biggest artists in the world," he told MTV News.

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