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Bethenny Frankel Brings the Quotes of the Day

February 18, 2011 in Celebrity Quotes by Versus

TV personality Bethenny Frankel wants to share something about her skinniness-obsessed past:

‘I used to forbid myself from everything. ‘Until my early thirties, I spent my entire life being obsessed with dieting. Bingeing and then fasting or starving. Forbidding everything.

There was a lot of food obsession and diet obsession and being-thin obsession. My mother was very beautiful and very thin. Being thin was very important to her and part of her identity. I also wanted to be thin.

Now, I always say I don’t think you should be guilty about food. You can have it all. Just don’t have it all at once!’

… admits Bethenny in US Weekly.

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Minka Kelly: ‘I don’t want to diet for the rest of my life’

February 17, 2011 in Celebrity Quotes, Minka Kelly by Versus

30 year-old actress Minka Kelly has been very generous sharing quotes about her diet lately:

“I don’t want to diet for the rest of my life. If you don’t let yourself have the things you want, especially when it comes to something as simple as food, you’ll fill and end up being less healthful.

I eat egg whites and oatmeal for breakfast, a salad with protein for lunch, and fish and veggies at night. But once in awhile, I have that cheeseburger and fries!

I don’t feel like dinner’s done unless I have a sweet. I’d rather go for a small slice of real chocolate cake than a bunch of sugar-free cookies. It’s all moderation.”

… says Minka in Self.

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Victoria Beckham Brings the Quote of the Day

February 17, 2011 in Celebrity Quotes, Victoria Beckham by Versus

On being comfortable in her own skin: “For the first time, I feel like what you see is what you get. This is me: the more natural hair, the slightly more relaxed way of dressing. I feel really content personally and professionally. I’m not freaked out about getting older. I’m growing older with the most amazing man I’ve ever met – with my soul mate. Life’s great.”

… says Victoria in Allure Magazine.

Sofia Vergara: ‘Women who reach a certain age look better with a little fat in their face’

February 17, 2011 in Celebrity Quotes by Versus

Sofia Vergara is Shape‘s covergirl this month and she shares some info-bites on body and beauty:

Sofia on lipstick: “If I walk outside without lipstick, I feel naked.”

On her favorite body part: “I’m sure men would tell you it’s my boobs, but I like my eyes. They have a natural cat’s-eye shape, so I try to play that up.”

Training with Gunnar Peterson:
“Oh, I hate it! But I also know that at my age – I’m almost 40! – I have to do it to maintain my figure. When I can, I try to do Latin dancing for exercise because it’s so much fun and I just love the music. Two hours before I go [to the gym], I’m already wishing it was over. I psychologically fool myself into believing it’s part of my job.”

On aging and weight:
“I think when women reach a certain age, they look better with a little fat in their face… I’m lucky I’m Latin because people expect me to be a bit more plump.”

… says Sofia in the magazine.

Emily Blunt: ‘Actresses still think they have to be super-thin’

February 16, 2011 in Beauty & Body Image, Celebrity Quotes, Emily Blunt by Versus

Emily Blunt has a little quote to share:

“I think actresses still think they have to be super-thin. There are actors who can turn up on the set 30lbs overweight and no one bats an eyelid. If a girl did that, they’d tell you to get in the gym, so I don’t think it’s changed that much. Actors can get away with a lot more because they can cover it up more.”

At the same time, Emily would love the change to gain weight for a role:

“I’d love to get fat. I’d eat everything in sight! Matt Damon said for ‘The Informant’ he was in heaven every day eating fried chicken and burgers and carbonara. That idea sounds very nice to me. It would be worth having to lose it afterwards for four months of eating like that.”

… says Emily in OK Magazine.

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