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“Sweets are my thing. It’s ongoing, and I have to manage my sugar cravings constantly,” the actress told SHAPE for the April cover story. While she vows to never keep junk food in the house in order to set a good example for her two daughters, Esmeralda Amada, 2, and Amada Lee, 11 months, her ultimate weakness comes in the form of Cadbury eggs: “The mini ones and the big ones with the filling.”
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The DNCE singer is frequently showing off his hard work in the gym on Instagram but rest assured, those sweat sessions are complimented by plenty of indulgent meals. When he's in Los Angeles, you can find Jonas at Salt & Straw for their cookie dough ice cream. And in New York, it's Joe's Pizza with a cold root beer. "Also Krispy Creme [sic] donuts, I'm a big fan," he told Reddit users during a recent AMA. "I'm a classic guy though I like to just have the classic Krispy Creme right out of the oven too."
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The Houston Texans star is known around the NFL for his intense workouts and extremely regimented training schedule—which includes eating up to 9,000 calories worth of food every day for fuel. The three-time Defensive Player of the Year does, though, schedule in quality junk food time. "If I am in the right mind space and if it’s right after the season—because that’s when I do my most bad eating—I’ll take down one whole package of Oreos, the whole thing," he tells PEOPLE. "There’s no problem, I [won't] even think about it until about an hour later when I am regretting everything I just did." So which flavor cookie does Watt consider worth the splurge? It's the best of both worlds: "I like the heads or tails Oreos, the chocolate on one side and the vanilla on the other side."
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The Shallows star is serious about her burgers. A self-confessed "foodie," Lively told PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle in a recent episode of The Jess Cagle Interview about her genius burger hack: "I get one of the Manly burgers and one of the four-chili burgers [at Umami Burger]," she says. "And then you cut them in half and then create one burger. And then you give the other half to whoever you're with." We said it was genius, didn't we?
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Achieving his sculpted, lean body for The Legend of Tarzan, meant the 6'4" actor ate only small portions of protein every few hours. But when he wrapped filming, Skarsgard says he swung right back into carb city. "I spent four days just in bed, being fed by Dad,” he tells EW of his father, actor Stellan Skarsgard. "He cooked these pastas with rich sauces and bone marrow and fried mozzarella and tons of beer and wine. It was the most incredible weekend of my life."
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Even the World's Most Beautiful Woman has a weakness when it comes to food. "I'm salty-savory. I could say no to any chocolate cake, sundaes, cookies," she says. "On our bar at home, we have jars of candy and Twizzlers and little Reese's. But I go for the nuts because I like salt."
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"If I have a goal, I'm really good about what I eat—protein, veggies, clean food and restricted carbohydrates," says the former Sexiest Man Alive. "Cheat days are pizza, hamburgers, beer, sugary things. Everything I'm not allowed to have!"
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Yes, even models fall off the wagon. From time to time, the Victoria's Secret model says she enjoys "having a delicious cheeseburger with cheddar and avocado with french fries."
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“I don’t have a cheat meal," says the figure skater, "but rather, cheat snacks: a bagel, Hershey’s chocolate or my obsession, diet cola.”