Nicole Scherzinger’s Dancing with the Stars Diet

by Emily

in Celebrity Diets, Celebrity Fitness, Celebrity Workouts, Fitness Tips, Role Preparation

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Tonight on ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars, Nicole Scherzinger competes to out-dance the four remaining couples. Remaining dancers include Chad Ochocinco, Evan Lysacek, and Erin Andrews.

Dancing with the Stars is known to help contestants get in the best shape of their lives. Previously, the show helped Kelly Osbourne drop 42 pounds and got Pamela Anderson into a workout routine. Even bachelor contestant, Jake Pavelka, amped up his workout for the show.

Nicole Scherzinger has always followed a workout routine and eaten a healthy diet. As the lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls, she had to workout and eat right to prepare for her high energy singing and dancing performances. However, Dancing with the Stars is a bit more grueling that Pussycat Doll practice. Nicole says, “I’m the only person ever to gain weight on the show!” She says, “I’m putting on muscle mass. And all this dancing means I need more food.”

Nicole Scherzinger Workout

Nicole Scherzinger works out with celebrity trainer Adam Ernster to build muscle. She says, “crunches on an exercise ball really target your abs!” Also, “to tone my legs, I dance, run, do squats and lunges.” Apparently the intense workout routines required to compete on Dancing with the Stars are even more tough than her Pussycat Doll workout. But, Nicole says, “I’m used to hard work!”

Nicole Scherzinger Diet

Nicole Scherzinger is burning more calories than usual while Dancing with the Stars, and is sure to nourish her body properly. Nicole changes her diet by adding healthy snacks. She says, “I snack on apples and peanut butter or KashiGoLean Crunchy Chocolate Almond bars.” When she is not on the show and needs to slim down quickly, Nicole changes her diet by cutting carbs, salt, and dairy – and avoiding late night eating. Eating healthy snacks throughout the day helps avoid overeating at meals, making it easier to keep your diet on track.

Source: Us Weekly, Issue 793, April 26, 2010

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