Jennifer Lopez, Sandra Bullock, Beyonce, and Gabrielle Union have one thing in common: They keep getting older, but refuse to age! Sure, Hollywood stars have an advantage when it comes to longevity compared to the general population, as they have access to personal trainers, chefs, and expensive products, creams, and fitness equipment. However, many of them maintain that their forever-young looks are the result of simple healthy habits. Read on to see 10 stars who haven’t aged in 20 years and learn about their secrets to longevity—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
Sandra Bullock, 57, has a sense of humor about her longevity. “I’m sleeping in a container that is devoid of outside carcinogens, that helps lift what you don’t have and — come on, please!” she joked to Entertainment Tonight in 2018 when asked about her secret to anti-aging. In all seriousness, she revealed to InStyle that exercise, including Pilates, kickboxing, and weight training with Simone La Rue, helps keep her body forever young. “When I’m in Austin, I run or ride a bike,” she explained. “If I can work out every day, I will.”
Jennifer Lopez is the first to admit she is in the best shape of her life at 52. “In my 20s and 30s I used to work out but not like I do now,” she told InStyle’s 2021 The Beauty Issue. “It’s not that I work out more; I just work out harder and smarter. And it doesn’t take me as long as it did in the past. I do it more for my health than I do for looks, which is funny. When you do things for the right reasons, you actually look better!” She also drinks a ton of water, per her trainer Dodd Romero. “She drinks a minimum of seven glasses a day,” he told US Weekly.
If you want to look like Jennifer Aniston at 52, plan on transforming your eating habits. “I don’t let eating habits get out of control where I need a reset button. My general philosophy is to eat healthy. It’s pretty clear: eat as much organic fruits and veggies as you can, keep sugar [intake] low, drink tons and tons of water, and get good sleep,” she told Yahoo Food. In fact, when it comes to cheating, she has the willpower to eat a morsel. “A chip. Crunch, crunch, crunch,” she recently joked to InStyle about her stress-eating food of choice. “Usually. I’m good at that. I can have one M&M, one chip. I know, that’s so annoying.”
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Catherine Zeta-Jones attributes her ageless figure to constantly moving. She exercises “at least 45 minutes a day, seven days a week,” she told InStyle, adding that fitness also boosts her mental health. “It really helps my mood too, which, with the bipolar thing, is important,” she said. She added to W that swimming, tennis, peloton, working out in her home gym and tap dancing are some of her other favorite workouts. “I have a ballet barre in my gym,” she told The Telegraph. “I turn the music up so loud that the walls are pulsating, and I go for it for an hour. I also hula-hoop, walk on the treadmill, do the elliptical [machine]. I try to keep the whole body working.”
Beyonce has been dabbling in plant-based eating since 2018, when she famously went on Marco Borges’ 22-day Vegan Challenge. “Me getting the weight off was so much easier than getting back in shape and my body feeling comfortable,” she said in a 2019 YouTube video about her transformation.
Eva Longoria doesn’t take any shortcuts when it comes to her health. “Especially as you get older, people want to know the secret to looking good and there is no secret. It’s diet and exercise,” she told Vogue Australia. “People say they eat well but they don’t exercise. Or they run 20 miles a day but they can’t lose weight. You have to do both.” Some of her workouts include trampoline exercise and strength training with Julia Brown of Thrive With Julia or Grant Roberts of Granite Gym. “I do very heavy weights,” she recently told Women’s Health. A few include squats on a weight rack with at least one 25-pound plate on each end and hip thrusts with a 50-pound plate on her hips. “I feel like my body changes the most when I do that—I wear a heart rate monitor, and I can see my heart rate spike from just doing a heavy bicep curl,” she added.
How has Gabrielle Union maintained her glow? She drinks a gallon of water per day. “It’s made a tremendous difference with my hair, skin, and nails. Everyone is always like, ‘What did you do differently than everyone else? Why are you aging so slow?’ It’s something that everyone has access to and it not only helps with your beauty, it also helps with your fitness and digestion,” she told Elle. Her goal is to chug half a gallon by noon, “casually” drinking the other half until 6:00 pm. During workouts she drinks “a good 32 ounces” to stay fueled up. “Just try and do as much as you can early,” she suggests.
Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow does a lot of things to promote longevity, including cleanses and healthy eating. But when it comes to her body she doesn’t need to try any new trends and sticks with the Tracy Anderson Method. “Her method works so well for me. I’ve seen all these fads come and go, and nothing works for me the way that Tracy’s approach does, so I really stick with it,” she told Shape. “Many of you may already know of my passion for the Tracy Anderson Method and my investment in it. She has kicked my formerly sagging ass into shape and I will be forever grateful,” she added on Goop.
Reese’s secret to looking good? “In my 30s, I learned to accept my body for what it is. This is what looks good on it. It will never look good in that thing over there with all the fabric and the bows and the ruffles. It just won’t,” she revealed in the December 2021 issue of InStyle. In a recent Instagram Reel, she also confessed that drinking lots of water and sleep help keep her looking and feeling great. “In bed by 10pm. *no late night TV binges,” she said. “Try to get 8 hours of rest!”
In addition to her commitment to exercise, the keto diet and intermittent fasting have been keeping Halle Berry looking decades younger for, well, decades. During an appearance on Live With Kelly and Ryan she explained that the diet helps her manage her diabetes. “Nothing white. No sugar, no carbs,” she said. Healthy fats like “avocado, coconut oil, butter” and no sugar also help. “That’s the secret!” In an August 2018 Instagram story she discussed intermittent fasting, revealing that she eats two meals a day, saying she would “normally skip breakfast” and “sort of fast.”
Salma Hayek takes a dip in blue bikini while yachting in Mexico with family
Salma Hayek enjoyed a splash in the sea while vacationing in Los Cabos, Mexico, with billionaire husband François-Henri Pinault and some of their children.
The 56-year-old actress showcased her curves in a striking blue-and-white printed bikini with gold accents and accessorized the look with a duo of necklaces, going makeup-free and letting her hair down for the fun-filled family outing.
Hayek has sent pulses racing all summer with her sexy snaps, whether she’s celebrating National Bikini Day, squeezing in a workout or boating around the world.
As for how she stays looking ageless, the star has said she forgoes Botox injections in favor of meditation and frequency machines to maintain her youthful appearance.
Hayek was seen enjoying her day out on a yacht, enjoying a dip and spending time with Pinault, whom she married in 2009.
The fashion mogul matched his wife in blue swim trunks, and Hayek later layered on a crochet-trimmed cover-up in the same shade.
The couple share daughter Valentina Pinault, 16, and the French businessman has three children from previous relationships: daughter Mathilde and son François, both from his marriage to Dorothée Lepère, and son Augustin, whom he shares with with model Linda Evangelista.
Evangelista recently joined her fellow OG supermodels Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell on the cover of Vogue’s September issue and shared a behind-the-scenes peek at her sweet relationship with Hayek.
“I was sick at Thanksgiving. And Salma got on the plane with her daughter, came here, and made Thanksgiving dinner,” Evangelista said. “She made a feast — a beautiful, beautiful meal. I had told her that I wasn’t going to have Thanksgiving; I wasn’t feeling well. And she said, ‘Oh yes you are: I am coming.’ And poof, she was here.”
From the kitchen to Los Cabos, it seems Hayek can do it all.
Salma Hayek, 57, reveals the secret to her fit bikini body — and it’s not exercise
Salma Hayek is spilling the secrets behind her fit physique.
The actress, 57, credited practicing meditation over intense exercise as the key to staying youthful in a new interview.
“I really believe it is. People say it’s exercising. I think it’s meditation,” she told “Entertainment Tonight.“
“You have to find your way. For me, exercising is hard,” she admitted. “It’s really, really difficult to have the discipline to do it. But meditation is a walk in the park, because it’s my own form of it.”
Hayek added that she practices the routine “every day” and takes the time to “sit in a moment with yourself.”
The “Frida” star previously gushed about the mindfulness technique on a July episode of Kelly Ripa’s SiriusXM podcast, “Let’s Talk Off Camera.”
“When I don’t [meditate] for some time, guess what? Not only [does] the face starts to drop and everything starts to drop, [but also] my herniated disc, the problem in my neck, the problem in my hip, my ankles [comes back]. I start breaking down,” she said at the time.
Hayek explained that she has even gotten to the point of her meditation routine where she feels energy “dancing” through her body.
“Sometimes when I’m doing it, people tell me when I come out of the room, ‘Oh my God, you look 20 years old,’” she raved.
The Mexican-American beauty also divulged that she’s never gotten Botox and instead relies on “frequency machines” in addition to her meditation practices.
“The people that do the machines say that the results I get, they don’t get with other people,” she spilled.
Hayek has not been shy in showing off the results of her health and wellness routines and even recently shared a sultry snap in a red bikini for her 57th birthday.
‘Hot girl’ Billie Eilish reveals chest tattoo in rare bikini photo
Billie Eilish’s fans are happier than ever after seeing this sexy snap.
The “Bad Guy” songstress popped up in an Instagram post shared by pal Annabel Zimmer (daughter of famed composer Hans Zimmer) Saturday, soaking up the sun in a boldly printed Miaou bikini top and Versace shades.
The rare swimsuit pic also marks the first time Eilish, 21, has shown off her chest tattoo of her surname, which she once swore fans wouldn’t “ever see.”
In 2021, Rolling Stone reported Eilish had her last name inked “in an ornate, gothic font” the day after the 2020 Grammys, where she scooped up five awards including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best New Artist.
“I have one here that says ‘Eilish.’ Yes, I love myself,” Eilish explained of the design during her annual Vanity Fair “Same Interview” video later that same year.
She has several other tattoos, including a few “guardian angel fairies” on her left wrist and hand — from “a little fairy book called ‘Fairyopolis,’” as Eilish told Vanity Fair — and a large dragon winding up her right thigh and hip, which she referred to as a “big boy” in the same video interview.
Although the “Ocean Eyes” hitmaker’s personal style has continued to evolve from baggy clothes to more feminine looks in recent years, she appeared shy about the revealing picture, as she reacted to the post with a see-no-evil monkey emoji.
However, her admirers didn’t hold back while dropping a series of thirsty remarks.
“You’re beautiful, I love you,” one person replied to Eilish’s comment, while another wrote, “my heart stopped cause of you.”
Other comments included, “life as a REAL REAL REALLLYYYY hot girl,” “Missgurl we’re not breathing” and “you look very sexy 🥵.”
Eilish’s bikini bombshell comes weeks after she fired back at the “f—king bozos” who have called her a “sellout” for embracing her femininity.
“I spent the first 5 years of my career getting absolutely OBLITERATED by you fools for being boy-ish and dressing how I did & constantly being told I’d be hotter if I acted like a woman,” she shared via her Instagram Stories in May.
“And now when I feel comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine or fitting, I CHANGED and am a sellout.. and ‘what happened to her’ oMg iT’s nOt thE sAmE biLlie she’s just like the rest blah blah.”
She then told followers, “FUN FACT! Did you know that women are multifaceted!!!!!??? Shocking right?? Believe it or not, women can be interested in multiple things.”
The Oscar-winning musician has spoken candidly about her struggles to love and accept her body in the past.
“Going through my teenage years of hating myself and all that stupid s—t, a lot of it came from my anger toward my body, and how mad I was at how much pain it’s caused me, and how much I’ve lost because of things that happened to it,” Eilish told Vogue in January, referencing a hip injury that kept her from pursuing a dance career.
“I felt like my body was gaslighting me for years,” she added. “I had to go through a process of being like, my body is actually me. And it’s not out to get me.”