- Over the years, women have been saying their ageing goals are celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Jada Pinkett Smith and Halle Berry.
- These women have maintained a youthful look since the 90’s, and in fact, they seem to have not aged at all.
- At 71, Keiko Guest is taking the internet by storm with her youthful looks and flexibility, participating in TikTok challenges and all this while being snatched, serving legs, abs and energy for days.
Keiko started her Instagram account last year on 6 June. Her first post was a TikTok video where she participated in the #jeanvictormakie dance with TikTok stars, Jean-Victor and @choby_hex. At the time, her handle was @sexyat70, which, we might add, made perfect sense as she is without a doubt sexy.
Now her TikTok videos are still energetic, and she’s encouraging people to create their own company when they feel lonely.
The flexible lady also uses her platform to spread awareness about issues affecting humanity, such as the Black Lives Matter movement.
She posted a video where she painted her face in three different shades of foundations and, in the caption, called out some of her lifelong friends who support racism. She’s also opened up about her battle with bipolar disorder and thanked her followers for being patient with her.
Some of her videos are taken by young people who create duets to her dances, complimenting her by saying they better look this good at 71. With so much energy, many have asked her what she eats at her age, so she posted a video sharing what is in her refrigerator, which is mainly vegetables, tacos, nachos and sausages.
Her recent video is her showing off her flexibility by taking part in the ‘One Take Challenge’ where she hangs onto a bar placed in front of her door, and she captions the post saying, “Thankful for aerial training.”
She also shared a video where she tries a ballet duet and nailed all the steps. Keiko takes part in an aerobics class to keep fit and healthy. “Great heart, brain, stamina and coordination. Get my butt kicked every time,” she captioned the video.