Elizabeth Hurley in Bathing Suit and More Celeb Snaps From This Week
While we all headed headfirst into fall, certain celebrities did as well—while bringing some summer with them. Elizabeth Hurley, Iggy Azalea, Gabrielle Union, Laverne Cox and more posed in swimsuits, sharing their snaps on social media. How do they stay so fit while keeping so busy? Read on to see all the ways these celebrities stay 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!
Rapper Iggy Azalea said in 2018 that she was going on a month-long diet on Twitter. However, she reassured her followers that her reasoning wasn't to lose weight. "It's just good to be healthy and eat things that are good for your body sometimes. It's not about how i look or a number on the scale."
Actress Gabrielle Union tells UsWeekly that she makes sure her plate is full of colors. "I try to make my plate like a rainbow. So, if you can work in some sweet potatoes or some yams or some yellow peppers, just to try to make your plate as colorful as possible."
Model Paulina Gretzky is often seen getting outside and getting fresh air. One of her favorite destinations is a beach. In this photo on Instagram, Gretzky is seen lounging on the beach, captioning the photo "No one likes a shady beach."
Actress Elizabeth Hurley says that she lives a pretty healthy lifestyle, and avoids a lot of foods and substances. "I haven't eaten processed food for 100 years," she tells the Sunday Times. "I don't eat sweets. I drink little alcohol. I don't smoke but I deeply regret that I once did. I have learned to eat lighter and not so late."
Laverne Cox loves to dance, and she often posts videos of herself dancing on Instagram. Cox tells Health.com that dancing and singing are a huge part of her life, and she likes to do them often. "Throughout the day it's about putting on some music and dancing," she says. "I love karaoke when I can fit it in, and it is crucial. It's so cathartic to me, just like getting in a room with a friend and screaming into a microphone and dancing. It's a release. You have to get the energy out."