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Amanda Seyfried can't fix her 'flabby arms'

Published 28/10/2016

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried loves being 30, even though she still suffers from the occasional breakout.

Amanda Seyfried is embarrassed by her “arm fat”.

The 30-year-old actress always looks flawless in the spotlight, often dazzling in gorgeous gowns on the red carpet. But regardless of how wonderful she may appear to onlookers, there’s always one area of her body that Amanda feels self conscious about when in front of the camera.

“I try to pose in a way where you don’t see my arm fat,” she admitted to Allure magazine. “I go to Pure Barre (toning workout) all the time. Not that it helps with my flabby arms.”

“I don’t like to promote myself. It’s so tiring. I didn’t feel like waxing my legs today – I’m so sorry,” she added of the downsides to being a celebrity.

The Mean Girls star has successfully transformed her teeth over the years, starting with braces, then oral surgery and veneers. Although the procedures were expensive Amanda believes teeth are a “big thing” so was happy to go “the whole nine yards”.

She’s suffered from skin problems in the past too, which flares up when she’s under stress.

“F**k yeah. (I’ve suffered from) Eczema on my face,” she explained. “It came back a few years ago. I think it was anxiety. My skin is amazing now.”

Amanda has made her battle with mental health no secret and still takes anti-anxiety medication to help her issues, including obsessive compulsive disorder.

The blonde beauty still has the occasional breakout every now and then, though she's now accepted it’s just part of being a woman.

“I love being 30. I do,” she smiled. “I mean, my pimples come hormonally every month and you don’t really see them.”

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