The mag asked 10 women to strip off to celebrate its Body For Life campaign and discuss what a Body For Life meant to them - enjoy. Stars of TV, film, music and sports have teamed up to strip completely naked, swing through the air by ropes and share their body secrets. Sound too good to be true? It's not. The snaps, taken by photographer John Wright, show the stunning ladies flying through the air, showing off their toned bodies in all their glory in black and white.
The former Pussycat Doll spoke out against the 'selfie generation' in a blog for International Women's Day. Kimberly Wyatt has called upon girls to 'stop being so narcissistic' on International Women's Day. The singer - once a member of the Pussycat Dolls - has penned a new blog about the benefits of doing sports on Huffington Post UK. Questioning why some women are hesitant to get involved, the songstress blamed it on the 'selfie generation'. She wrote: "It all seems to stem from living in a 'selfie generation' and we need to help girls, in particular, to stop being so narcissistic and representing a version of who they are online which is often far from the reality of who they are inside and how they really feel. The blog comes just hours after Kim Kardashian sent social media into meltdown with a naughty naked selfie. It seemed that the hype was just about to die down when the reality star followed it up with yet another snap of herself in the buff.
Kimberly appears in Women’s Health Naked issue
By Alanah Eriksen. The year-old poses seductively in a plunging black hooded dress as she looks forward to the show, which starts at the Theatre Royal on May 6 and runs for six weeks. Some of the acts have also toured with singers such as Cheryl Cole and Take That. Look familiar? The show is the brainchild of Artistic Director Chris Manoe. Her said: 'I wanted to create a really innovative, cool edged and hard hitting dance show. We have some incredible dancers here in the UK and I want Revolution to showcase the talent.
Also joining the campaign, which focuses beyond aesthetics to building a strong body, are heptathlete Louise Hazel, TV presenter Amanda Byram and personal trainer Tracy Anderson. I go to the gym to try to build muscle. I really try! But he's also good at reminding me I need to rest.