The 46-year-old claims that he dropped major lbs after he stopped drinking!
"I stopped drinking and I just kind of put the weight off…I was having a lot of vodka with sausage…delicious but bad for you," he said. "I was getting into too much trouble with the drinking, so I just kind of stopped."
"I definitely think the physical and the mental go hand in hand," she has said. "I feel so good in the gym that it [affects] the rest of my day. It's a healthy addiction. It's like buying your sanity!"
The 45-year-old has lost 75 lbs by being less hard on herself about her weight.
"I truly stopped worrying about [my weight]," she said. "I stopped over-analyzing, over-thinking, over-doing anything. I kinda went back to when I was pregnant and I just stopped constantly being worried about it and I think there's something to kinda loosening up and not being so nervous and rigid about it that, bizarrely, has worked. I could've figured that out before 44, but whatever."
The 27-year-old has dropped a considerable amount of weight, but says that she's not trying to become a size zero.
"I'm not, like, skipping to the f—ing gym. I don't enjoy it. I do like doing weights. I don't like looking in the mirror. Blood vessels burst on my face really easily, so I'm so conscious when I'm lifting weights not to let them burst in my face. And if I don't tour, you'll catch me back down at the Chinese!" she has said.
The 32-year-old dropped 20 lbs by adopting a healthier lifestyle.
“I live big and happy. I go out with friends all the time,” she said. “I love to drink and eat and enjoy things. It’s important to me. I want to be healthy and fit, but it shouldn’t be that big of a damn deal.”
“I throw the pancakes across the room! I don’t let the food intimidate me,” she has said.
“If it’s too much, I just get rid of it, but I make sure to watch what I put in my body. And I make sure I know what it is. It’s all about portions, for the most part. I just take care of myself in that way, being more conscious. I don’t work out a lot, but I do like to be active. Simple as that.”
After two kids, the American Idol winner is getting back into shape!
"We are who we are. Whatever size, and it doesn’t meant that we’re gonna be that forever,” she said on The Ellen Degeneres Show of her weight gain. “That’s the thing. Sometimes we’re more fit. Like especially me, I’m such a creative person that I yo-yo. So sometimes I’m more fit and I get into kickboxing hardcore. And then sometimes I don’t, and I’m like … I’d rather have wine.”