British glamour model Gemma Atkinson had a long talk with Nuts magazine. About what, you ask? About body image, body shapes and breast surgery – here are the body-related parts of the interview!
Gemma on her gigantic b~~~~:
I’m an E cup now, which is pretty big, but not too big for my frame. I’m tall with a strong body, so I don’t look too top heavy. I have to say that having my b~~~~ done hasn’t given me a taste for surgery. I’d never have it done to my face and liposuction is lazy – I’d rather work weight off at the gym. My clothes have changed a lot since I got new breasts two years ago, and I’ve done a calendar with my new assets. People keep saying they’re massive but they’re the same size as they were before – I’ve just lost loads of weight and had my b~~~~ put back to the same size. I read somewhere that they were double-F, but if they were, I wouldn’t be able to walk! I was really surprised at how much coverage they got the enlargement. It felt like the nation was obsessed with them!
Gemma on her sexy curves:
I’d hate to be too skinny. Skinny girls just look ill to me. When I was younger, all the girls wanted to be like Kate Moss, but I wanted to look like Jet from Gladiators or Xena: Warrior Princess! I come from a surdy northern stock. I’m like my mum and my sister – we’re all broad-shouldered with strong legs and curves. I’ve never been fat but when I got asked to do my first men’s mag, I was aware I was carrying too much weight. I had a pot belly and big hamster cheeks! The Hollyoaks producers were brilliant and never put me under pressure to lose weight, but I knew that if I was going to start to do bikini and lingerie shoots, I’d need to improve my figure.”
More lingerie pictures featuring Gemma after the jump!
Continuing the all-black outfit trend (that was also sported on Blake in the previous post), here’s yet another young and blond celeb showing her devotion to the slimming and flattering color.
WAIT, why am I going on about nuances and trends, when there’s clearly something much more interesting going on? What could that be, I wonder? Oh yes, I think I know: the fact that sweet young Hayden is wearing a veeeery low-cut top with a maaaassive golden chain for an even more dramatic effect.
That’s an all-black outfit, alright, but with an unexpected twist! The whole outfit is on the next page!
How do you like it?
Short black dress (that might work as a top as well), solid black thights and black shoes -Â come on Blake, a little color, a little spark to match your famous smile wouldn’t hurt. Plus, no need for all-black when you’ve got a great figure (slightly heavier than a few months back, yes, but no biggie).
How do you like / love / dislike Blake’s all-black look?Â
It’s another one of those: Guess the Legs!
This time, 2 pairs of long and relatively skinny legs, waiting to be identified!
BIG TIP: Just like last time, both girls are the same age!
The answer will be posted in 2 days!
UPDATE: See the answer here!
In case you were ever wondering “What does Kate Beckinsale do to look that good?”, yet you weren’tÂ interested to read theÂ same old high in protein / low in carbs, generic diet that tabloids claim all celebrities with skinny bodies follow, here are Kate’s own words about what she does to look like her fit and fab self:
Kate Beckinsale admits she isn’t always confident about her body. â€œI’m entirely normal. I have my good days and my bad days,â€ she tells the December issue of British Elle. â€œI am a lot more body confident now I’m in my 30s and am in better shape, too.â€ When she was in her 20s, she says she â€œdidn’t have a clueâ€ about healthy eating. â€œI’d eat a small breakfast and lunch and then have a baked potato for dinner and feel really horrible,â€ she says. â€œNow my typical daily diet is eggs or oatmeal for breakfast, a chicken or vegetable wrap for lunch, then fish and vegetables for dinner.
â€œBut if someone turns up with cupcakes mid-afternoon, I’ll have one,â€ she continues. â€œI’m not aiming to be Gisele. And I’d hate to be one of those people who won’t allow themselves a slice of birthday cake.â€ She says she is â€œamazed that people obsess over my body image so much. Why do we encourage this war on women’s bodies? It’s a horrendous way to live, and I refuse to.â€ Going to the gym can be tough, she admits.
â€œI just can’t make it part of my daily life,â€ says the star. â€œI go to the gym when I have to, and if I have to bulk up or slim down for a film, I will. â€œI’ve recently got back into exercising four times a week. I run for half an hour at a time but never outdoors, as I don’t exercise in public,â€ she says. â€œMy gym’s in my garage at home.â€
Source: Elle UK