I understand the need for each tabloid or practically any magazine this time of year to do a bikini body issue. It has to be done. Every year, you the reader, will learn what you can do to lose weight so you look good in a bikini. Never mind that it is the same five or ten things they told you last year, they still publish it because they know someone is buying it. Fine. I get it. I think everyone looks great all the time, but, that is easy for a 400 pound man to say. Everyone looks better than me.
What I don't understand is this. At least twice and maybe three times now in the past few months, US Weekly has said that Kristin Cavallari is a huge cokehead. Coke coke coke. According to them it seems like that is all she does. Oh, and steal golf carts with her ex Jason Statham. While on coke. Not Jason. Do you think?
So, who does US Weekly use for their bikini body article? You got it. Kristin.
5 Steps to Get Kristin Cavallari's Bikini Bod
Want to look like Kristin Cavallari in a bikini this summer? While the Hills star, 23, admits she attends Burn 60 classes (she was there over the weekend with Audrina Patridge) "kicks [her] a*s" -- she also allows herself to cheat by eating "whatever you want" one day a week.
They then give five more tips to lose weight. What they don't say is that she probably got that body by not eating and doing coke all the time. That is the best weight loss product going for you. If a magazine knows someone is doing drugs and have reported on it frequently, then why would you use that same person to say how you, the reader, can achieve her bikini body? You can't get it unless you are doing coke. They have already said she uses it.
Pick someone else.