Crazy celeb diets


Life in Tinseltown is hard. Imagine having all the money in the world, but still going hungry! To stay slim, these 'poor' souls have resorted to go on the most ridiculous diets.

Take a look at what some of the rich and famous eat to get that size zero figure.

Victoria Beckham

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Alkaline diet

It’s a meal plan aimed at keeping your body's pH between 7.35 and 7.45. Essentially, to be alkaline-friendly you follow an 80/20 rule of more vegetables and less grains and proteins. Probably works best when you have a team on call to help.

Viola Davis

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The wolverine diet

The How To Get Away With Murder star admits she’s followed this diet to get into shape the same way that actor Hugh Jacksman did for his role as Wolverine. The diet limits food intake to a period of eight hours every day while fasting the remaining 16 hours.

Lady Gaga

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Baby Food Diet

The singer opted to puree some of her meals to shed of some kilos. The baby food diet is a plan that replaces your first two meals of the day with baby food, followed by a health-conscious dinner.


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Grapefruit Oil diet

It’s said to boost the metabolism rate and suppress hunger. She carried the oil extract in hopes that the aroma will kick her liver enzymes into high gear and promote weight loss.

Christina Aguilera

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The seven-day colour diet

Each day one eats a different colour. So, she'll eat white foods on Monday, red foods on Tuesday and so on and so forth.

Megan Fox

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Apple Cider Vinegar diet

She takes shots of vinegar to cleanse her system and it helps reduce water weight. Sounds easy enough.


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The Cookie diet

It’s basically not eating much but 60 calories of biscuits a day. That’s like what, a biscuit every two hours? No thanks!

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