Health food enthusiast Michelle Obama participated in an #AskTheFirstLady question and answer session on Twitter.com yesterday.
One of the first questions (which was surely pre-planned) came from a well-known President Obama impersonator who asked Mrs. Obama how many calories she burns when she turns up. "Turn up" is ghetto slang for get down.
British supermodel Naomi Campbell, 43, covers the April 2014 issue of Shape magazine. Campbell, who has covered hundreds of magazines in her illustrious career, is thrilled that Shape mag tapped her to grace the cover.
“I’ve been on almost every magazine in existence, but this is my first time posing for Shape, and I’m thrilled. Of course,” she said. “I wish I had done it when I was younger, but it’s an honor to be here at any age.”
Media mogul Queen Latifah and her ex-girlfriend, fitness trainer Jeanette Jenkins reunited on Latifah's talk show. The ladies discussed Queen Latifah's six week “Get Healthy Challenge” and Jenkins gave her audience tips on eating healthy. Jenkins stressed the importance of continuing an active lifestyle after the six week challenge is over.
Local nightclub promoter and personal fitness trainer Omar "Slim" White is a strict vegan who limits processed food or products that goes in or on his body. Slim, who once dated actress Vivica A. Fox, says he doesn't drink tap water and he even filters the water that he showers with.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, 40, is a new woman thanks to her healthy eating habit. And she says the effects of eating a "clean diet" has also rubbed off on her children and husband, rocker Chris Martin.
Paltrow, who covers this month's SELF magazine, says making the switch to a low-carb, gluten-free, no sugar diet has done wonders for her life and marriage. She said her "clean diet" helped relieve her pent up "unexpressed anger" and gave her a more peaceful outlook on life.
Singer Kelly Rowland recently posed for Britain's version of the 'Got Milk' campaign to raise awareness about the healthy benefits of drinking milk.
The new posters featuring Kelly wearing the famous milk moustache on her upper lip will be splashed across buses in Britain, according to the Daily Mail.
"I really believe that looking after your body makes you feel good on the inside and happy on the outside," said Rowland, 30.
"When I'm feeling fit, I also feel confident and comfortable in my own skin."
Usher's got plenty of reasons to smile these days. But this ad isn't one of them. I Want to say this new "Got Milk" ad featuring R&B singer Usher is Photoshopped, but it isn't. They got Usher looking like a broke Ben Vereen in his early days on the plantation. This is the worst Got Milk ad yet.