Survivor Star Jessica "Sugar" Kiper Shares Swimsuit Photo With "My GF"
Jessica "Sugar" Kiper is heating up social media in her swimsuit. In a recent post, the Survivor star shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit while hanging out with a pal. "My gf stopped by with flowers & told me some extra cool news!" she captioned the Instagram snap. How does the reality star approach diet and fitness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
She's "Not At All in Shape"
When on the show, Sugar says that her acting skills helped her. "I am totally not physically fit. I'm not at all in shape," she told Brooklyn Paper. "I'm an actor…I could lie."
After Survivor She Was "Crazy for a Long Time"
Sugar struggled after the show. "After Gabon, I was bats— crazy for a long time. I was just floating through life and not paying attention. Eating ALL my friends' leftovers off their plates, and you know, married the director of a movie I was filming two weeks later—a COMPLETE STRANGER (so… not heeding the doctor's warnings AT ALL). It's taken me years and years to come to grips with the PTSD, and mixed emotions over the 'game,'" she told Entertainment Weekly.
She Sleeps and Eats "Whatever" She Wants
Jessica has no desire to go back on Survivor. "I sleep with four pillows and a heating pad and for as long as I like! I eat whatever I want, whenever I want and I get to choose the awesome enlightened people I surround myself with. I enjoy my comfort and loved ones way too much nowadays. I'm gooooooooood," she told Entertainment Weekly.
She Plays Tennis…Sort Of
You might find sugar on the tennis court. "We played for about 10 minutes, but we were both so bad that it was a lot of fun & we laughed a lot… then vowed to start playing for fun soon, because it's probably way more of a delight if you're actually good at it!" she captioned a photo of herself during a match.
Sugar enjoys the perks of coffee. According to the Cleveland Clinic, there are several benefits of drinking coffee in moderation. "It acts on your brain to improve memory, mood, reaction times, and mental function," they say, citing a study finding that caffeine can improve endurance and performance during exercise. It is also antioxidant-rich, can ward off diabetes, prevent neurologic disease, lower cancer risk, and ward off depression, they point out.