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Katy Perry 'feels amazing on new diet'

Published 07/12/2014

Katy Perry
Katy Perry

Katy Perry is said to be working out five times a week in the lead up to her Super Bowl halftime show next February.

The 30-year-old singer is admired for her perfect curves and often puts her enviable décolletage on display. It’s thought she’s following the 5-Factor Diet to keep in shape, which involves eating five small meals a day from no more than five food groups.

The hard work is reportedly paying off and Katy is apparently thrilled with the results.

“Katy loves her food, and the plan allows her to eat loads. She’ll start the day with a ham and egg-white omelette, followed by salmon and dill on crackers. For lunch it’s salad, then a soup, then vegetable curry for dinner,” an insider told British magazine Closer. “She’s allowed a sweet treat if she fancies, and usually has a small ice cream or some chocolate raisins.

“She’s still a [UK] size 8 but feels smaller around her waist and thighs, and feels amazing.”

It’s no surprise the star is working hard on maintaining her fabulous figure as she was recently announced as the headline act for February’s Super Bowl halftime show. In the lead up to the gig Katy is said to be working out on a regular basis on top of her Prismatic World Tour shows.

“Katy is feeling the pressure and knows how many eyes will be on her,” the source added. “So alongside her diet and doing energetic performances on tour most nights, she’s been working out five times a week, doing a mix of circuit and resistance training.”

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