At request, check out 27 year-old Nina Dobrev in a racy pictorial in Men’s Health Magazine, complete with a wide range of sexy ingredients: silver leotards, bikini shots, latex leotards, the mandatory butt shot and a gorgeous girl.
30 year-old Big Bang beauty Kaley Cuoco is the covergirl on Women’s Health’s December issue, where the pretty blonde opens up about wanting to look hot, her 3 ‘celebrity plastic surgery procedures’, as well as working out and indulging with junk food.
On not apologizing for wanting to look good:
As much as you want to love your inner self … I’m sorry, you also want to look good.
On her 3 plastic surgery procedures:
Years ago, I had my nose done. And my boobs – best thing I ever did. Recently I had a filler in a line in my neck I’ve had since I was 12. I don’t think you should do it for a man or anyone else, but if it makes you feel confident, that’s amazing.
On her favorite types of workouts and how she hates running:
I tried spinning, I tried running, I tried yoga, I tried Pilates. I realized I don’t like running … I refuse to do it. I like spinning, so I try to mix that in. When I found hot yoga, I fell in love with it and was like, ‘This is my thing. I’ve cried numerous times in yoga. The best part is I’m sweating so bad no one can tell.
On her favorite indulgence:
Tonight I’ll be going to In-N-Out and doing one of their grilled cheeses, massive fries, and a shake. That’d be a cheat for me.
Kaley before her celebrity plastic surgery procedures:
Check out the video below, too!
See more of Kaley and her hot bod in Women’s Health next!
Gigi Hadid meets romantic pink ruffles with a glimpse of patriotic underwear on the cover of Allure magazine this month, where the supermodel opens up about her ambitions, hard work and style.
On how she doesn’t consider herself a style icon:
“I never really had a great sense of style. I was wearing what I wanted to wear. I don’t really know what my style is.”
On the fact that she always wanted to be a model:
“I don’t know why, but I just knew. I knew I wanted to make pictures better… I was obsessed with photographers and where models were supposed to fit in. Obviously, I’m not taking iconic pictures as a six-year-old, but I studied models as part of an image, not just as a model, if that makes sense. I first got inspiration for energy in a photo looking at those Tommy Hilfiger family-picture ads, where there were so many people and it looked like so much fun. I guess I saw what a lot of people don’t see in models, which is that it’s hard work, and you’re not just another object in the photo… I don’t know if I got it from riding or school or volleyball or my mom or all of them. But I’ve always been the person to self-alarm at 4 a.m. to finish a school project.”
On the claims that nepotism has helped her career:
“I always want to prove myself and to let people know I’m a good person. A lot of people don’t realize they’re typing this stuff, and that’s a lot of negative energy—regardless of whether we see it or not. People just don’t realize the power of their judgment.”
On her future plans – she wants to be an actress:
“I think I’ll only do one or two movies in my life, so I want them to be good.”
More of Gigi dressed in romantic ruffles in Allure inside!
Heidi Klum is the main feature of Shape Magazine this month, where the mom-of-four supermodel talks about her workout motivation, how she feels about her figure and whether models eat.
Her thoughts about her body:
I love my shape because it’s mine. At the end of the day, it’s not what anyone else thinks about my body but how I feel about myself,’ the cover star said. I’m working it and owning it!
On the never-ending topic of what and how much models eat:
The myth that models don’t eat is totally not true. I just think that because we’re in this business, we have to choose more wisely. It’s not just about doing the cardio so that you’re nice and fit, and slim and trim, but your heart needs to pump, too.
On her workout motivation:
Whenever I need motivation, I think of the big picture. I want to be as healthy as possible for myself and my family. I try to be active as much as possible. I don’t have time for workouts every day.
See many more photos of Heidi in Shape Magazine next!
On why she decided to take an against makeup stance:
“I think that it’s definitely tricky being a woman. You go to work, and it’s like, if you don’t put on makeup that day people say, ‘Oh, you look so tired!’”
On how being against makeup is not controversial for celebrities alone, but for everyone:
“It’s not only the entertainment industry, it’s not only the film industry, it’s not only the fashion industry, it’s not only every job that anyone works at or every magazine that everyone has read, it’s a collective consciousness.”
On the fact that all women are beautiful:
“There’s nothing you could do to take away this unbelievably innate beauty that lives inside of you as a woman because we are the most spectacular creatures that were ever created. The most incredible thing is that all women are beautiful.”