Have you ever seen Carrie Underwood's legs?
That should be all the proof you need to know momma is in SHAPE.
Between rocking out night after night on her Storyteller tour and having her 20-month-old son Isaiah on the road, Miz Underwood somehow finds time to make sure she's putting in work at the gym.
How, you may ask? Well, the 33-year-old has "splurged" on attaching a mobile fitness studio pulled by a Ford F-150 on tour, which she works out in 1.5-2 hours a day with her trainer, Eve Overland.
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Carrie explains to People:
We can't believe we never thought to use that rhyme before for Gabrielle Union! It's perfect!
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The actress was fabulous as always at the Almost Christmas premiere in Atlanta on Wednesday, looking toned and supremely youthful in a blue and white dress with peplum detail and asymmetrical hem.
Her skin was flawless, but the truth is she looks amazing even when makeup-free!
Behold the evidence:
Little woman. Big moves.
Terra Jolé is already the main character of her Lifetime reality series Little Women: LA, but she's quickly becoming the standout on Dancing with the Stars this season as well!
Not only is she consistently one of the top scorers alongside her pro — the newly engaged Sasha Farber — but Terra is very clearly the cast's favorite celeb to boot!
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Don't believe us?? Just look at how helpful she is while teaching her competitor Ryan Lochte how to twerk!
Cheryl Burke caught the moment when Terra showed off her bootylicious moves to her Olympic-sized partner… and thankfully shared the clip on Instagram for the world to see Wednesday!
With skills like that, it's no wonder Terra is sitting comfortably in DWTS' Top 7!!
Now we just can't wait to see how Christy spins this into an attack next season…
Ch-ch-check out Terra's twerking masterclass before next Monday's Halloween-themed episode (below)!!!
It's been long speculated that Raven-Symoné would be leaving The View sometime this year after downgrading her appearances to only about once a week this season.
So we weren't surprised when it was reported the TV personality would be officially departing the daytime talk show — but we were completely SHOCKED to learn what she'll be up to next!
According to Variety, Raven is set to begin developing a spinoff off… wait for it… That's So Raven!
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No, you didn't just have a false premonition. The actress will reportedly relocate from NYC to Los Angeles for the Disney Channel spin off, which she's set to star and serve as an executive producer!
The 30-year-old will be reprising her role as the psychic Raven Baxter, who was last seen as a teenager on the series that ran on DC from 2003 to 2007.
Raven broke the news to The View audience on Thursday, saying:
Debbie Rowe is lucky to have a daughter like Paris Jackson.
In an interview with ET Online, Debbie opened up about her scary battle with breast cancer and how she made it through the harrowing ordeal. The sit down is the first public interview Rowe has had since announcing her diagnosis in July.
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According to the 57-year-old, the teen has been the light at the end of the tunnel as she undergoes painful treatments. Despite not always having a solid relationship, Paris really stepped up when she learned her mom was in need of help.
Rowe went on to reveal:
Sadly we must report character actor Michael Massee has passed away.
Though news didn't break until Wednesday, fellow actor Anthony Delon confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that Massee passed away on October 20 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after losing his battle to cancer.
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Despite appearing in several high profile projects such as Se7en or 24, he will unfortunately most likely be best known for his role in the tragic death of Bruce Lee's son Brandon Lee on the set of The Crow.
Back in March of 1993, Massee was working on his second movie EVER when director Alex Proyas directed the young actor in a scene in which he fired