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Adrienne Bailon turns to detox tea for wedding slimdown

Published 02/11/2016

Adrienne Bailon
Adrienne Bailon

The star is using a detox tea favoured by the Kardashians.

Singer/actress Adrienne Bailon has dropped 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms) as part of a new pre-wedding detox.

The lovely Latina is set to wed Christian singer Israel Houghton and Adrienne has turned to a popular herbal tea drink to aid her weightloss as she prepares to walk down the aisle.

The 33-year-old took to Instagram on Tuesday (01Nov16) to share a video of herself enjoying a little "tea time", sipping on a Fit Tea beverage from a fancy cup and saucer set.

Adrienne reveals she has embarked on a 28-day detox plan - the same programme favoured by the Kardashian clan - and she is already seeing results.

"H EL L O N O V E M B E R," she captioned the video. "Well folks, I've lost 15lbs & counting! Can't stop. Won't stop. Focused! Ha. It's always tea time in my dressing room! Loving my detox with @fittea!"

The herbal drink is advertised as boosting metabolism and helping to suppress appetites, and Adrienne isn't the only celebrity to test the product. Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are paid spokeswomen for the brand, while Bella Thorne, Sarah Hyland, and Amber Rose have also previously promoted the tea online.

Adrienne has yet to reveal when she and Israel are planning to tie the knot, but the couple, which became engaged in August (16) after a whirlwind romance, recently celebrated its upcoming nuptials with a joint wedding shower in Hollywood last month (Oct16).

And while Adrienne is no different from other brides-to-be who want to look their best on their big day, the star has extra reason to step up her pre-wedding diet and fitness plan as she and Israel decided at the start of their relationship to remain celibate until marriage.

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