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Rosalía in Bathing Suit Says "Hi" From New Shoot

Here’s how she stays fit.

Singer Rosalía just posted a stunning series of photos to her Instagram account, from a photo shoot for i-D. And she tried on a lot of flashy new outfits. Rosalía posed in several different monochromatic numbers, including in red, white, and black, including a dress that resembled a bathing suit. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Rosalía 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 Has A Background In Flamenco

Being a singer and performer, Rosalía naturally has to learn choreography and dance moves. However, this is easy for her to do. In a profile with The New York Times, the singer revealed that she has a dance background. But not just any type of dance. The traditional Spanish dance, flamenco. She has shown off her flamenco moves in this commercial for Nike. Flamenco has a lot of intense, sharp, small body movements, making it a great way to stay in shape.


She Takes Criticism Well

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Being a singer, Rosalía has to deal with a lot of opinions. Unfortunately, not all of them are positive. However, she says that she takes criticism well, and has had this attitude for a while. When Rosalía was a teenager, she auditioned for a talent competition, and unfortunately did not advance. However, she says that she still took a lot from that experience. "I came here to accept criticism and learn from professionals like you, and I accept your opinion," she said on the show.


She Works Hard

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In an interview with Pitchfork, Rosalía opened up about her process when it comes to making music. She says that she works really hard on her craft, and is involved in a lot of different steps. "I compose, produce, arrange — I don't just perform," Rosalía said. "I'm playing keyboards, playing bass, doing everything. At the end of the day, I'm the one working my fingers to the bone." "I have so many references in my head — flamenco, classical, Latin, too many," she said. "I come in and put it all on the table, with no prejudice, and just start working, working, working," she has said.


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

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Rosalía's skin is gorgeous, and you would be surprised to hear that she didn't always put a lot of thought into her skincare. She tells Haute Living that she didn't think too much about skincare in the past. However, once the pandemic hit, she began putting more thought into it and taking care of it. "I think that during quarantine, I got a little bit more disciplined [with my skincare routine] because I had more time," she said.


She Keeps Her Nails Long

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"I see really long nails as a form of extreme, radical femininity," she told Time. "They make me feel strong." The magazine added: "She draws visual inspiration from the female characters that populate the films of Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, which she grew up watching before the filmmaker became one of her most prominent fans. Last year he invited her to make her film debut, and she appeared briefly in Almodóvar's 2019 drama Pain and Glory."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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