To prep for her upcoming nuptials to fiance Eric Johnson, the 30-year-old singer has enlisted the help of celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, who’s customized a routine that includes dance aerobics, ab work and strength training.
“She wants to look healthy,” Anderson tells the new issue of Us Weekly (on stands now).
After a few weeks of 75-minute, four-day-a-week workouts, “she’s seeing results,” says a pal. “She really loves it. She thinks it’s so much fun.”
Anderson, who’s also worked with Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Richie, adds that the $1 billion fashion mogul “is in the mind-set that this is a big, forever lifestyle shift.”
At 115 pounds, Bethenny Frankel has built a hugely successful line of healthy lifestyle products aptly titled SkinnyGirl. And yet the 5-foot-6 reality star maintains an everything-in-moderation, guilt-free approach to eating.
But for the new mom — she has ten-month-old daughter Bryn with sales exec hubby Jason Hoppy, 39 — giving up the guilt was a lifelong battle.
In the new issue of Us Weekly, the Bethenny Ever After star, 40, opens up about the obsession with dieting, which first started at age eight — when her mom sent her to a New York obesity clinic — and continued well into her thirties.
“I spent my entire life being obsessed with dieting,” she tells this week’s issue (on stands now). “Bingeing and then fasting or starving. Forbidding everything. That’s how I used to be: up and down 5 pounds every single day, to the extremes. My metabolism was totally wrecked.”
Among the “5,000 diets” Frankel tried: Atkins, the Scarsdale diet, the Beverly Hills diet, and the cabbage-soup diet.
“I would go buy magazines just to see what the new diet was and rip it out,” admits the star, who also battled an addiction to exercise.
Here’s another reason to hate the Kardashians! The girls, who seem to be famous for being famous, earned $65 million last year!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the family earned a whopping $65 million last year! Thanks to Twitter, endorsements, paid appearances and fragrances, product lines and DASH, the girls have mom Kris Jenner to thank for their success.
“Look at Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg…Two guys that didn’t finish college ended up billionaires. Sometimes just raw energy and intelligence wins out,” family friend Scott Sassa says.
Khloe Kardashian, 26, tells the mag: “My mother has just always been this ‘Let’s make water into wine’ person…She knows how to take one small talent or ability and grow it into something huge.”
In 2007, Kris Jenner was shopping around a reality show involving her daughters. Then Kim Kardashian’s sex tape was released, and she thought it was all over.
“I thought, ‘Oh well, there goes the reality show,'” she said to THR. “But you can either be a problem maker or a problem solver. And I’m a problem solver. My job as her mom and manager is to take care of the problem — whatever it is. I had to cry and get upset in the privacy of my own room and then come out and help her, because she’s my daughter. What good is it for me to berate her?…All I knew was that I had to make some lemonade out of these lemons fast. Real fast. My job was trying to take my kids’ 15 minutes and turn it into 30.” CONTINUE READING!
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