Today, People Magazine announced its annual list of the World’s Most Beautiful Women; the magazine hits newsstands tomorrow, April 27. Gracing the 2012 cover is new mom and Hollywood super star Beyonce, who will be joined by nearly 180 other women who define beauty.
The top ten list includes some of the biggest television, music, and movie stars of the past year. What we like about all of them, including Miranda Lambert, Charlize Theron, and Christina Hendricks, is that they all embrace fit, active, healthy lifestyles. None of them are doing anything too extreme and all trying to practice moderation for the most part, not an easy task in the land of indulgence.
We’ve rounded up the diet and fitness techniques of this year’s top 10 most beautiful women.
Most people tuned in to the red carpet special for tonight’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards to critique and swoon over the dresses. We tuned in to scope out the healthiest looking stars. These women stand as involuntary models for women every where. We look up to them, an try to immulate the fitness regimens and diets that they follow to make them
We were once again struck by Angelina’s bone-thin frame, which we were first startled by two weeks ago at the Golden Globes. A rumored 600-calorie diet is to blame, as is her propensity for skipping meals.
Michelle Williams’ radiant glow could be due in part to her focused yoga practice. We loved her dress as much as we did her fit and healthy look.
Melissa McCarthy had one of the most beautiful looks on the red carpet, but we’d still like to see one of the funniest and most talented women in the business make changes to improve her health.
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Although being a single mom may be easier for a movie star, Michelle Williams has not escaped her share of hardships after the accidental death of Heath Ledger, the father of her daughter Matilda. Williams has found solace in the practice of yoga, and wants to extend this experience to other women.
“Yoga gave me relief like nothing else. It made be a better person and a better mother,” she says. “I could come back to my daughter anew.” This inspired her to found “The Yoga for Single Moms Project,” which will be launching a pilot program in Boston. “I started to think about how expensive it is to get a babysitter to take a yoga class, which makes it out of reach for so many women,” leading Williams to come up with the idea of a yoga class that provides child care.
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