Celebs and Outfits at Coachella


It’s that time of year again: the time when our celebs get to wear the hippiest outfits in their closet and pile on the turquoise bracelets – Coachella time!

In this bohemian batch: models Kendall Jenner, Alessandra Ambrosio, Shanina Shaik, Miranda Kerr and Chanl Iman, next to actresses Emma Roberts and Ashley Greene.

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Ashley Greene Does Shape, Talks Diet & Workouts


Ashley Greene, who eats lots of Cheeze-Its and was told she was too fat in the past is featured in Shape Magazine this month, where she talks about her diet and her exercise regimen – from Shape:

Ashley swears by exercising first thing in the a.m. “To fit my workout into my day, I have to be out the door early. That means I don’t have time to think about whether I’m tired or to come up with excuses,” she says. “And I’ve found that when I exercise in the morning, I have a much more productive day. After I finish my workout, I feel as if I can conquer the world.”

“What I put into my body has a huge impact on the results I get out of it,” Ashley says. “Eating keeps my metabolism cranking.” She mainly eats fish, chicken, and vegetables; swaps spaghetti squash for pasta and cauliflower for mashed potatoes to keep from feeling sluggish and bloated; and drinks green juice. “These foods energize me for my workouts,” she explains. But she also builds splurges into her diet. Her favorites: grits (she loves them so much that her parents gave her a package of them as a stocking stuffer last Christmas), cheese, and a glass of red wine with a piece of Mast Brothers Sea Salt Chocolate.

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Ashley Greene: “I like Cheez-Its a lot, which goes against everything I stand for”


On the craziest diet she’s ever tried:

“I lasted a day on that cayenne pepper diet. It gave me a headache and I was really grumpy. It was like, ‘This cannot be healthy.’ I’ve done juicing and then quickly realized that I couldn’t just do juices if I was gonna continue to work out the way I do. Right now, I feel the strongest I’ve ever been.”

On her favorite snack:

“I like Cheez-Its a lot, which goes against everything I stand for. I like sodium so much, but that’s difficult when you’re on-screen because it makes you retain water. At the end of the day, you have to allow yourself those things, as long as they’re not a staple. You don’t want to be the girl who’s looking at the back label of everything!”

… says Ashley.


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Ashley Greene Was Told She Was ‘Too Fat’


On body criticism:

There’s always going to be pressure [in Hollywood]. Anyone who doesn’t feel pressure is a really good liar. You’re always going to be too skinny or too fat or too muscular, and I’ve gotten every single one of those.

Everyone has a different perception of what they think perfect is, and you’re never gonna be able to please everyone. It’s so tough, but once you come to terms with that, it’s a little easier to deal with. When I started and got Twilight, I think I was 20, and I was more impressionable. Now I’m 28, and if people are unhappy with the way I look, then they can be unhappy. But I feel strong and healthy and happy. Some people, like Gisele Bündchen, have crazy genes, and that’s just what she looks like. But most of us are not 5’11″ and don’t look like that naturally.

… says Ashley in Health Magazine.

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Ashley Greene: “I’m not really a sweets person, but I love pickles”


On her biggest cravings:

“I’m not really a sweets person, but I love pickles. They’re always sitting in my fridge. I was talking to my friend, I was like, ‘I don’t have a problem with anything else, but I really just want to eat one of those pickles and I can’t do it.’”

On her diet:

“I try to eat relatively clean. That being said, part of the benefit of being active is that I kind of can eat whatever I want from time to time. Before photo shoots, I have to cut back on the sodium.”

On being athletic:

“I think being athletic as a child and always being competitive in sports and martial arts definitely transferred over to my adult life. Now for me it really is this kind of lifestyle choice. I feel like I really need to be outside. I need to have nature.”

… says Ashley in Women’s Health.


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