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How your favourite celebs stay in shape

By Super Admin

Washington, Mar 4 (ANI): Wondering what your favourite stars do to stay in perfect shape despite their busy schedules? Well, here's your chance to know about the fitness secrets of some of the biggest Hollywood hotties, and what better way to do that than by knowing it from the horse's mouth itself.

Stars who thronged Leeza Gibbons' "Night to Make A Difference" Oscar Viewing and After Party, have divulged the details of their workouts, and what they do to stay trim, and here's what they had to say:

"I do a mixture of cardio and light weights using household items," Fox News quoted Spice Girl Mel Brown as saying.

Scary Spice further said that she and Victoria Beckham were still BFFs and "talk all the time."

On the other hand, music legend Olivia Newton-John's fitness regime was quite exotic.

"I walked the Great Wall of China, it kept me in shape, I did it to raise money for my hospital last year," she said.

Surprise performer Michael Buble revealed that he just played hockey, and the gym "isn't his style."

When it came to Teri Hatcher, she claimed that dieting was something she did not prefer.

And rocker Slash said that all he did to stay in shape was "wake up in the morning."

However, Muhammad Ali's ultra-athletic daughter Laila Ali was one girl who reported going to the toughest extreme to stay in shape.

"Sometimes I have to lose 10 lbs the week of a fight and it can be done, it's a lot of water weight, but it's taking water pills, getting in the sauna, not eating much, sweating it out, it's not healthy," she admitted.

Laila also claimed that she stayed away from alcohol and television.(ANI)

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