Vanessa Hudgens in Bathing Suit and More Star Snaps From This Week
From movie premieres to vacations poolside, celebs always look to be living their best life. This week was no exception, as Vanessa Hudgens, Heidi Klum, Paris Hilton, Salma Hayek and more shared their best looks. How do they manage to look so fit while staying so busy? Read on to see the ways 7 celebrity women 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!
Hudgens shared a photo of her and friend GG Magree getting ready for Halloween—as cheerleaders. Here's Hudgens best "wellness hack": "Just drinking a lot of water. It's something that's so easy to forget about but when I'm tired, I know I'm dehydrated, and when my skin's not great, I know I'm dehydrated. It's just so important to drink a ton of water," she told the Cut. Wellness to her is: "An overall state of happiness. I think that when you have a healthy body and mind, you can't help but be happy in life."
Klum posted a photo of her with room service wearing the new SKIMS x Fendi ready-to-wear collaboration. How does Klum know she's in shape? "I always eat what I like to eat, but if I can't fit into my jeans, I know that it's time to cut back on carbs a little," she has said, according to Self. Sometimes she shares her treadmill workouts on social media, and commenters pounce. "They say things like, 'Oh my gosh you're so slow.' But I'm like, 'This is not a competition,'" says Klum. "It's just about getting your heart rate up and doing as much as you can and want to do."
Heaton posted a no filter photo of herself, proudly. "I have no doubt I will or would have been scrolling down at some unpleasant very damaging comments at my scars sags and age. Unfortunately no matter how hard we try to only see the good and beautiful comments one bad can cause so much pain!" she captioned it. "so today I embrace that – might not happen often but I can today! And I've thrown in a touched up fake me at the end .. I don't look like that I look like this."
Hilton posted a Halloween-y photo this week. This is Hilton's ideal sleep situation: "A very dark and cold room that's like 66 degrees, an eye mask, ear plugs, at least 6 really soft pillows, a down comforter, the soft, velvety blanket that I travel everywhere with, and silk pajamas," she told Well+Good.
Salma appeared at the Eternals premiere. For the upcoming House of Gucci movie, Hayek gained weight. "It was not even the end of the holiday yet, and I was like, 'Okay, bring me caftans!' " she said to InStyle for the July cover. Now she's aiming to lose it. "I've lost very little. You go, 'Whoa, whoa, whoa.' You gain it so fast, but it takes so long to lose it," she said. Meditation helps her wellbeing. "It makes you experience your body with a lightness that's really delicious and satisfying," she said of meditation. "With the breathing and the going inside, you explore your body in a different way, and you learn not to go crazy with the expectations."
Maya Jama—the English television, radio presenter and DJ—has found working out with people motivating. "In the first lockdown, I lived with friends and we all worked out together. It was good because when one person wasn't feeling it, the others would get you in the mood," Maya adds. "It's harder, now I'm on my own." "One of the best ways to stay motivated and achieve your weight-loss goals is to team up with a dependable fitness partner. Knowing that someone else is counting on you to show up can kick you into gear when you're feeling sluggish and unmotivated. A fitness buddy can also talk with you while you're exercising and make the experience more enjoyable," says the Mayo Clinic. "Look for someone who's motivated to stay active. You want a partner who will nudge you when you're stuck on the couch, and who counts on you to do the same for him or her."
"I love cooking and being surrounded by my favorite people, though I also love ordering from the fantastic restaurants in my area — especially as there's no indoor seating at the moment due to the pandemic. With all the running around I do for work, it's nice to come home, slow down, and connect with the food that nourishes my body and life," the singer told Refinery29.