I Hate You And Your Genetically-Blessed Genes, Priyanka Chopra

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Stars On The Set Of 'Baywatch'

Priyanka Chopra was named one of the most influential people in the world by Time Magazine and while she’s getting a lot of attention these days because of her role in the hit show Quantico, people don’t talk about how she was cast as the villain in the Baywatch movie, which is where this pic is from. As per usual with Hollywood actresses, she fielded a lot of bikini questions about Baywatch, and she ended up admitting that she didn’t do much workout-wise for the film. LUCKY.

#Blessed. Priyanka Chopra claims she doesn’t have to diet or exercise to maintain her svelte frame. The Quantico star — who is appearing in the Baywatch remake with Zac Efron, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kelly Rohrbach — told Us Weekly at the Time 100 Gala in New York City on Tuesday, April 26, that she hasn’t joined her costars in the gym because, well, she doesn’t have to.

“I’m actually not a big fan of working out,” the 33-year-old said. “I have genetically blessed Indian genes where I don’t need to train, but Kelly Rorhbach has been trying to convince me to train with her, and every morning when she tries to get me to go with her, I’m just like, ‘Oh, can I just get a half an hour more sleep?’ Or I say my tummy’s hurting and make excuses. But they train like beasts! I just try and hide out with my burger.”

The meat-loving actress added that she doesn’t diet either. “It’s bad. I know,” she told Us.

(Via Us Weekly)

UGH WE SHOULD ALL BE SO LUCKY, PRIYANKA. Girl doesn’t have to do ANYTHING. No dieting, no working out. Ooofffff. I mean, yes, it’s sort of refreshing to hear her say that, but it’s also maddening. It goes to show you can only do so much with what you’re born with, so nobody should be killing themselves trying to be something they’re not.

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