MAC Viva Glam spokesperson Eve presents a cheque for AUD100,000.00 generated from the sales of Viva Glam lipstick and lipglass to the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation on the second day of the Rosemount Australian Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2008/09 Collections at the Rosemount Wine Bar at the Overseas Passenger Terminal on April 29, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. (Getty Images)more pics »
Eve has been busy with rigorous training for her role as a roller derby chick in the new film (and Drew Barrymore
directorial debut) Whip It
, and she admits it's taken its toll on her body.
She told Women’s Health
magazine: I used a lot of Tiger Balm. I felt like an 80-year-old woman!
But everybody does an evaluation when they turn 30, and I became a lot more body-conscious. I want to keep my booty in order. When you’re 23, you can lose five pounds in a week because your metabolism is fast.
I don’t want to do unhealthy things to lose weight fast for something like a photo shoot. I do want to feel amazing in my clothes, though. Drew and Eve at a Whip It! press conference.
The singer, who stars in the movie with Drew Barrymore
, Ellen Page
and Juliette Lewis
, also revealed her personal trainer encourages her to train even when she’s on tour. She added: “Working with a trainer is intimate, as it is with a hairdresser. My trainer texts me when I’m away, asking how my training is going, but I’m horrible. It’s unfortunate, but I need adult supervision.”
However, Eve is in complete control of her diet and makes sure she avoids the more calorific alcoholic drinks. She added: “I like vodka sodas, which most trainers say is the best thing to have if you’re going to drink, because one is only around 70 calories. I don’t do the mixed drink thing, but I’ll have wine. When I do, I try to cut out the dessert or skip the bread at dinner.”
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