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- Mandy Moore Career:
- Mandy Moore Reveals She Doesn’t Weigh Herself: ‘I Just Like to Feel Good in My Body’
- Liz Moore
- ‘This Is Us’ Mandy Moore shows healthy weight loss at the Golden Globes
- ‘This Is Us’ juxtaposes polarities
- Obesity/anorexia: two sides of the same coin?
- ‘This Is Us’ portrays generational implications
- Eating disorders controllable but never gone
- Mandy Moore Is Embracing Every Change In Her Life
- ‘This Is Us’: Fans Think They Know the Real Reason Kate Is Missing From the Flash-Forwards (No, It’s Not Because She’s Dead)
- Many fans think this is why ‘This Is Us’ hasn’t put Kate in flash-forwards — yet
- Losing weight is in Metz’s contract with NBC’s ‘This Is Us’
- When will Kate’s weight loss journey begin on the show?
- Mandy Moore Body Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Shoe Vital Stats
Amanda Leigh Moore, who is popularly known as Mandy Moore, is a double delight from Florida, USA. She is not only a singer and songwriter but also a brilliant actress.
Her rise to fame begun at 15 years old when she released her first track Candy. The song made it to number 41 on Billboard. In that same year, she was signed with Epic Records and immediately released an album. 2 years later, she got her first acting role doing a minor voiceover in the comedy Dr. Dolittle 2.
Best Known For
Mandy played Rapunzel in the animated Disney movie Tangled along with Zachary Levi. The song they sang in that movie worn a Grammy award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. She was also cast for the sequel of the movie 2 years later and the series of the same movie that begun in 2017.
She has been co-starring in the TV series This Is Us since 2016.
Mandy has hits songs such as Crush, Walk Me Home, I Wanna Be With You and Only Hope.
Mandy is straight. After her marriage to Ryan Adams ended in 2016, she started dating Taylor Goldsmith and they are currently both engaged.
She is born to Donald Moore who is a pilot, and Stacy who was a news reporter. She has an elder brother, Scott and Kyle is her younger brother.
Mandy was born and raised in a Catholic family but she says she’s not a good Catholic. She has a variety of things she believes in and does not want to be seen as a religious person but a spiritual one.
Worth To Know
Mandy was discovered by a FedEx delivery man who sent her unfinished demo to his friend at Epic Records.
Mandy has a clothing line for tall women like herself and she calls it Mblem.
She is a good philanthropist and embraces the philosophy of Effective altruism.
She enjoys cooking, playing tennis and watching movies.
Full Name: Amanda Leigh “Mandy” Moore
Birth Date: April 10, 1984
Birth Place: Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Education: Bishop Moore Catholic High School
Occupation: Singer, Actress
Years Active: 1998-present
Net Worth: $23 Million
Spouse (s): Ryan Adams
Religion: Roman Catholicism
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Mandy Moore is a popular American singer, songwriter, and actress already has grabbed the attention of people largely. The extremely beautiful singer Moore is widely notable for her debut music album ‘So Real’. She won the heart of music lovers within a very short time by her wonderful singing performance. Now she is a familiar face in the American showbiz industry.
Mandy Moore Early Life:
Mandy Moore was born on April 10, 1984, in Nashua, New Hampshire, the United States to Donald Moore and Stacy Moore. Her father is a pilot for American Airlines where the mother Stacy is a former news reporter. Her family moved to Florida at her two month age due to father’s job. She studied at Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando.
Mandy Moore Career:
Mandy Moore made her debut in the music industry releasing studio album ‘So Real’ in 1999. In fact, the singer comes to the timeline around the music arena for her debut single ‘Candy’ which positioned at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. Furthermore, she made an excellent singing performance in the second studio album ‘I Wanna Be With You’ in 2000.
Moore made her acting debut in the American comedy movie ‘Dr. Dolittle 2’ in 2001 where she is cast for a minor voice role. Then she appeared in the American teen romantic comedy movie ‘The Princess Diaries’. In fact, Moore rose to fame after being cast in the American coming-of-age romantic drama movie ‘A Walk to Remember’ in 2002.
In 2010, she made an excellent acting performance in the 3D computer animated musical adventure movie ‘Tangled’. Furthermore, she appeared in the Disney Channel television series ‘Tangled: The Series’ in 2017. She won a nomination for Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Mandy Moore started dating American singer and songwriter Ryan Adams in 2008. Later the couple married on March 10, 2009, in Savannah, Georgia. Almost six years together they filed for divorce in 2015 which finalized in June 2016. In the meantime, she began dating Taylor Goldsmith in 2015.
Mandy Moore Height, Weight and Body Measurement:
Height: 5 feet 10 inches (1.77m)
Weight: 61 kg (135 lbs)
Bra Size: 34B
Waist Size: 26 inches
Hip Size: 36 inches
Body Measurement: 36-26-36 inches
Hair Color: Light Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Body Shape: Hourglass
Shoe Size: 10 US
Mandy Moore Reveals She Doesn’t Weigh Herself: ‘I Just Like to Feel Good in My Body’
When it comes to her body, Mandy Moore doesn’t care about a set of numbers on a scale.
In the January/February 2018 issue of SHAPE magazine, the 33-year-old This is Us star revealed that even though staying in shape is important to her, it’s not something she drives herself crazy over.
“There’s no real endgame for me with fitness,” she said. “I’ve always been the girl who goes by how my clothes fit. I don’t weigh myself — I just like to feel good in my body.”
And when it comes to diets, Moore added that she doesn’t like to deprive herself. “I eat well to feel good, not to look good,” she continued.
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Moore also said that although “running is a challenge I’m not up for,” she does want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro someday.
“I do want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. That’s a bucket list item—maybe on the next hiatus,” she said, before adding that she’s already warned her fiancé Taylor Goldsmith that “I may incorporate it into the honeymoon.”
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Opening up about her struggles with body positivity, Moore revealed that it took her years to feel comfortable with her body.
“When I was 12 or 13, I grew four inches over the summer, and I developed terrible posture because I was taller than all the guys and uncomfortable in my skin,” she said. “Although I’ve become a lot more comfortable with myself—I’m 5’10’’ and a size 6—everyone has their self-doubts and insecurities.”
But as she’s gotten older, Moore added that learning to love herself has gotten easier. “As I get older, I’m learning what it takes to love myself fully through exercise, healthy eating, and monitoring my inner voice in an effort to keep it positive,” she continued.
“By self-prioritizing, I feel healthier, more centered, and therefore more confident. I’ve come to love my height. Taylor is a bit shorter than I am, but I’ll put on those four-inch heels and be 6’2’’!” she added.
SHAPE’s January/February issue hits stands Jan. 2.
They advertised a 16 week kick start challenge that did not require a gym membership and that was not true. Also did not receive all the services. They had a 16 week challenge that I went to the gym and spoke to ***** about. When he was asked point blank if this required a gym membership he stated it did not and use of the gym was included. We would get a meal plan with receipes, group classes 3 times a week, a consultation with a trainer and at home exercises for $50 a week. He stated at the end of the 16 weeks there was no further obligation. He told me not to start working out until he got with me because of my knee issues and he didn’t want me to hurt it any worse. I am still waiting on his phone call. I am also still waiting on a call from a personal trainer for my consultation. I signed up on March 27th so I guess I won’t be getting either of those calls. The contact information for ***** is an email address. (************@gmail.com) I reached out to him and he has not responded. I received a letter from National Acceptance Company that apparently does the billing and collections for Moore’s about my credit card information. I went in to Moore’s to ask about it and spoke to Loraine who gave me a copy of my contract showing I agreed to a 12 month membership at $50 a month. She asked if the monthly information had been left blank when I signed it and she said that “He screwed me and I am not the first person who has told her that he did this” she gave me the phone number to National Acceptance and told me to take it up with them. XXX-XXX-XXXX They do their billing there is nothing they will do and it is apparent that Moore’s doesn’t care either. When specifically asked about they gym membership information advising we had a gym membership at another gym in town he stated it didn’t matter because there was not an obligation after the 16 weeks. Moore’s falsely advertised what this was and took advantage of people leaving the information blank (Yes, I take responsibility for that) but if they offer a month to month option, which they do why did he not fill out my form like that instead of a 12 month contract? Moore’s is acting like they didn’t know he did this. He was hired by them to do this to get more members in with no concern that this is really a dishonest way to get more business in. If you are honest about what you are trying to do maybe more people would sign up. I liked the gym and probably would have signed up but not after I found out how they do business. I will never do business with them again and anyone who asks me about a gym will not get a recommendation for Moore’s and I will tell them why. I have told everyone at work what they did and advised they not do business with them either.
As a Wisconsin native, sports and fitness have always been a huge part of Liz’s life. She played varsity golf, basketball and ran track in High School. She earned a Division 1 Athletic Golf Scholarship and was coached by some of the best NCAA trainers in the country. After having her first child, she decided to make fitness a career. She wanted to share her knowledge about a fit pregnancy with other moms. Liz has been a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor, and Fitness Blogger for several years.
Balance is the key and Liz wants to help you find YOUR BALANCE. Liz specializes in training women and moms. She has two children and knows what it’s like to balance work, kids, family, and fitness. She wants to inspire others to make fitness a lifestyle that is lived forever – not just a short-term fix.
- NASM Certified Personal Trainer
- First Aid/CPR/AED
- Pre and Post Natal Certified via Fit4Mom
- Triathlon Training
- Circuit Training
- Functional Training
- Pre-and Post-Natal Fitness
- High School/College Level Sports Training
‘This Is Us’ Mandy Moore shows healthy weight loss at the Golden Globes
There were no Golden Globes for “This Is Us” stars Chrissy Metz or Mandy Moore but they’re winners in bigger ways. Each is battling problems at either end of the weight spectrum as Metz takes on obesity and Moore reportedly fights anorexia. Mandy Moore debuted a healthier body size after some intense weight loss, and Chrissy Metz seemed confident despite obesity. Both seem happy in their respective bodies and that’s a huge step for anyone with weight issues.
‘This Is Us’ juxtaposes polarities
The popular show pulls a fast one, casting younger Mandy Moore, 32, as mom Rebecca Pearson to 36-year-old Chrissy Metz as daughter Kate Pearson.
Metz, who confessed to being a huge fan of the singer, was taken aback seeing her makeup-aged. NBC also contrasts two women with very different body sizes as mother and daughter. Plus-sized Metz struggles with being overweight, while Moore famously battled anorexia and shocking weight loss from the eating disorder.
Obesity/anorexia: two sides of the same coin?
They are equally and oppositely inappropriate responses to food, certainly. Binging is disordered, particularly if followed by purging or done in response to anxiety.
Eating is a common response to depression, stress, fear, or even abuse. Jennifer Aniston is reportedly comfort eating and gaining weight. Patients on TLC’s “My 600-lb Life” routinely report that anxiety, loneliness, parent abandonment, and trauma fuel obesity and food addiction. Many physicians consider overeating an eating disorder, although starvation or bulimia (binge-purge disorder) are the usual ones.
‘This Is Us’ portrays generational implications
Is “This Is Us” suggesting that weight gain in kids is an outcome of anorexic parents or vice-versa? Maybe not, but it’s food for thought. Kids of dads and moms obsessed with body size more often have body image issues. Parenting gurus like Michelle Obama and Soleil Moon Frye recommend not weighing kids and being focused on healthy eating, not dieting.
Parents should also not make negative body statements around or to kids. It communicates that some bodies are acceptable and some aren’t.
Eating disorders controllable but never gone
An important distinction about eating disorders and obesity is that though you can overcome them, they never go away. Disordered thinking drives dysfunctional eating. If she was anorexic, Mandy Moore seems to be managing it, maybe because she’s healing low self-esteem underneath it. She was body confident enough to sport dazzling cleavage without breast implants or plastic surgery. Chrissy Metz promises future weight loss for the part of Kate.
To accomplish that long-term, says Oprah Winfrey (who shed 42 pounds) not only food relationships, but also body image must improve.
Mandy Moore Is Embracing Every Change In Her Life
Mandy Moore has a fresh, bold outlook–and we’re not just talking about her deep-raven strands (courtesy of Garnier, for whome she serves as hair-color ambassador). Fueled by the success of her blockbuster TV show This Is Us, Mandy is embarking on multiple personal breakthroughs that include true love, babies, and serious body pride. The superstar let us in on her evolving transformation.
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“If you were to tell me two years ago that I’d be talking about my life in this way with you, I would have said that you were crazy. My life has changed exponentially in that short time. I went through a divorce. I moved out of a home that I had lived in for 14 years. I started a new relationship . I’m on a show that changed everything for me. My man and I found a house and are doing renovations. When we move, I’ll feel like I finally have a place to hang my hat. We can set up the record player! I’ll know where my brown sweater is! And we can start a family, hopefully sooner rather than later, and establish our own traditions.” (Here’s how to embrace change without freaking out.)
“When I was 12 or 13, I grew four inches over the summer, and I developed terrible posture because I was taller than all the guys and uncomfortable in my skin. Although I’ve become a lot more comfortable with myself-I’m 5’10” and a size 6-everyone has their self-doubts and insecurities. But as I get older, I’m learning what it takes to love myself fully through exercise, healthy eating, and monitoring my inner voice in an effort to keep it positive. By self-prioritizing, I feel healthier, more centered, and therefore more confident. I’ve come to love my height. Taylor is a bit shorter than I am, but I’ll put on those four-inch heels and be 6’2″!”
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“I’m very close with Milo . He has always spoken highly of his trainer, Jason Walsh, so over the hiatus between seasons, I thought, I’m going to treat myself and work out with Jason. I feed off the energy, accountability, and music in a class, but if I have to drag myself to a hotel gym when I’m on location, I usually talk myself out of it. So Jason has taught me a lot of strength training that I can do on my own. Jason also created a VersaClimber class called Rise Nation, which I do whenever I can. (Yes–the stair climber is worth your time.) It’s only a half hour, but it is crazy-intense. When you’re done, you’re drenched. There’s no real endgame for me with fitness. I’ve always been the girl who goes by how my clothes fit. I don’t weigh myself-I just like to feel good in my body. Running is a challenge I’m not up for, though I am in awe of anyone who can finish a marathon. But I do want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. That’s a bucket list item-maybe on the next hiatus. I’ve already told Taylor that I may incorporate it into the honeymoon.”
“I’ve always had a healthy relationship with food, and I feel lucky in that regard. But I’ve adopted a greater general awareness of my diet in the last few years. I’ve begun changing what I eat and looking at food as fuel instead of as gratification or a reward. I recently had a blood test that said I had celiac disease, but after a biopsy, they determined I was just gluten intolerant, so I tend not to have it in the house. I am a huge fish fan, though. I could eat some form of salmon just about every day. My fiancé and I are big snackers. We make salmon bites by cutting up the fish, smooshing it all into balls, adding in herbs, and rolling each one in crushed cashews. Then you cook them in a pan. (Another option: these teriyaki salmon skewers.) I also love nuts, nut butter, berries, almond flour, and almond crackers. And I eat a lot of hard-boiled eggs. I don’t deprive myself; I eat well to feel good, not to look good.”
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A Final Reflection
“Being a part of this show is my greatest accomplishment. I hope it’s a good, long ride. I feel so humbled by the magnitude of the work that I, along with all these talented actors, am lucky enough to do. It’s the once-in-a-lifetime situation that every actor hopes to find. Playing Rebecca at varying stages of her life, from her 20s to her 60s and every age in between, there’s never a day I show up and think, I’m just gonna coast. There’s always a lot of food for thought.”
- By By Didi Gluck
‘This Is Us’: Fans Think They Know the Real Reason Kate Is Missing From the Flash-Forwards (No, It’s Not Because She’s Dead)
When This Is Us ended season 3 with a short reel of flash-forwards, fans went wild. We loved seeing where everyone ends up, but we have so many questions about how they get to that point. Rebecca (Mandy Moore) is on her death bed, and her children and grandchildren are visiting. Nicky (Griffin Dunne) is by her side instead of Miguel (Jon Huertas). Rebecca is living with Kevin (Justin Hartley).
Toby (Chris Sullivan) is visiting but does not mention Kate (Chrissy Metz) coming over at all. Initially, fans thought it could be because she passes away before that point. Now, they have a new theory, and it may surprise you.
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Many fans think this is why ‘This Is Us’ hasn’t put Kate in flash-forwards — yet
Viewers often share their theories about This Is Us on social media after the show. This week is no different. Fans are contemplating why they have yet to see a flash-forward of Kate, and their theory seems plausible.
“What if we don’t see her in the future because Chrissy hasn’t had enough time to lose weight yet or didn’t lose it when they filmed that scene. What if she does actually lose weight, and they make that part of the future later on?” wrote one Reddit user.
“I agree, I think that’s why she wasn’t there either,” replied another viewer.
Fans believe that Kate won’t be featured in any scenes in the Pearson family future until Metz loses weight. They theorize that Kate’s weight gain was because of emotional trauma from her teenage boyfriend, Marc (Austin Abrams).
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“Her lack of self-care, self-love, and compassion, in general, are the issue. I would love to see her work through that,” wrote another fan about Kate.
Hopefully, we will find out what happened with Marc soon, so that present-day Kate can begin the healing process.
Losing weight is in Metz’s contract with NBC’s ‘This Is Us’
Metz revealed early on in the show’s airing that she did sign a contract with a clause requiring her to lose weight along with her character.
She told TVLine, “That was a win-win for me because it’s one thing to try to do it on your own. But as human beings, it’s an ego thing: We’re more likely to do something for someone else.”
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Metz went on to say, “I just have to be very clear, whether or not I lose weight or stay the same, it’s purely a choice of mine for health. Not because I think that plus size, curvy, voluptuous, big bodies aren’t attractive — because I think they’re awesome and sexy.”
There is not a set weight that Metz needs to achieve. Instead, show creator Dan Fogelman told the Hollywood Reporter, “We have a general long-term plan that we’ve all talked about, and we will adjust the plan as needed. I mean, that’s life, right?”
Fan theories could be right, seeing as it is true that Metz agreed to lose weight for her character, Kate eventually.
When will Kate’s weight loss journey begin on the show?
Fans are begging for Metz’s character, Kate, to begin to work on herself. They want to see her grow as a person, particularly now that she has a son.
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“With her issues and insecurities and inferiority complex plus self-loathing, she really needs counseling, which should be addressed. Maybe they can be smart about it and tie in that she wants to lose weight because she has a son. This is a very common reason moms lose weight when they fall into obese area,” wrote another fan on Reddit.
Season 4 of This Is Us shows us a Kate who is mad at her husband for losing weight without telling her. We also saw a few flashbacks to teenage Kate at the time when she met her first boyfriend. Producers have confirmed that Marc will be toxic to teenage Kate (Hannah Zeile). Many fans have hypothesized that he is the reason for Kate’s weight gain in the first place.
The producers also have indicated that the boyfriend storyline will be a slow process throughout this season. We hope that as we see the story, present-day Kate also begins to work through her emotional issues caused by this person.
To find out what happens to Kate on This Is Us, catch new episodes on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on NBC.
Amanda Leigh Moore is an American singer and actress born on 10th April 1984. She was interested in acting and singing at a young age. So Moore began starring in several local productions and also attended Stagedoor Manor theatre camp at the age of twelve. Mandy rose to prominence with the release of her debut single, Candy in 1999. The single earned commercial success and debuted at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. The same year, she released her first studio album named So Real which as well received critical acclaim. Her second album, I Wanna Be with You released in 2000 and the single in the album I Wanna Be with You became her first top thirty song in the US. Later on, Mandy released several successful albums including Mandy Moore, Coverage and Amanda Leigh. The albums spawned numerous hit singles such as In My Pocket, Drop the Pilot and I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week. In addition to that, Moore has also branched into acting and made her film debut in 2001 with the film Dr. Dolittle 2. Afterwards, she performed variety of roles in various films and television shows such as The Princes Diaries, A Walk to Remember, Christmas in Conway and Red Band Society. Moore won several awards and nomination throughout her career including Teen Choice Awards, Young Hollywood Awards and MTV Movie Awards.
Philanthropically, she supports “giving with your head”, endorsing the philosophy of effective altruism. She has also worked with non-profit organization Population Services International. In her personal life, Mandy Moore became married with singer Ryan Adams in 2009 but the couple separated in 2015. After that, she began dating guitarist Taylor Goldsmith.
Mandy Moore Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Amanda Leigh Moore
- Nicknames: Mandy
- Date of Birth: April 10, 1984
- Birthplace: Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.
- Occupation: Singer, Actress
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Eye Color: Hazel
- Hair Color: Light Brown
Mandy Moore Body Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Shoe Vital Stats
Mandy Moore Family Details:
Mandy Moore Career Highlights:
- Debut Album: So Real (1999)
- First Film: The Princess Diaries (2001)
- First TV Show: 2GE+HER: The Series (2000)
Mandy Moore Body Measurements:
Following are the complete singer Mandy Moore body measurements details like her weight, height, hip, bust, waist, shoe, dress and bra cup size.
- Height: 5′ 9″ (175 cm)
- Weight: 61 kg (135 pounds)
- Bra Size: 34B
- Cup Size: B
- Shoe Size: 10 (US)
- Dress Size: 6 (US)
- Body Measurements: 36-26-36
Mandy Moore Interesting Facts:
- Her hobbies included cooking, writing and playing tennis.
- Mandy has a dream to perform on Broadway someday.
- Some of her musical influences are Janet Jackson, Madonna, Joni Mitchell and Mariah Carey.
- Mandy Moore just opened about how her relationship with her body and diet have changed over the years.
- She said she feels better at 25 than she did in her 20s.
- Mandy also explained that taking cow’s milk, gluten, salmon, soy, and apricots out of her diet has resolved her digestive issues.
Mandy Moore is having an incredible year. She just announced she’s putting out a new album and will be going on tour for the first time in over a decade. Plus, she’s a staple on the hit NBC show This Is Us. And, according to her, she’s feeling better than ever, too. The actress opened up to People about how her relationship with her body and her diet has changed over the years.
“I feel better at 35 than I did in my 20s. I have a very healthy relationship with my sense of self and with my body,” the actress said.
Mandy also talked about the benefits she’s experienced after switching up her diet. “I try to make a good point of knowing what I’m putting in my body because I understand the connection with how I feel,” she explained. “I went to a functional medicine doctor and figured out things that are definitely not making me feel great. Random things like cow’s milk, gluten, salmon, soy and apricots. I took them out of my diet, and it’s made a world of difference. I have more energy; I don’t have that fog, and my digestive issues have pretty much resolved themselves.”
Mandy also shared how she takes care of her mental health. “It’s about how you speak to yourself and how you speak about others,” she said. “I’m making sure I’m focused on self-care as well.” One key part of the actress’s self-care routine is guided meditation. (Brb, trying that now.)
Emily Shiffer Emily Shiffer is a former digital web producer for Men’s Health and Prevention, and is currently a freelancer writer specializing in health, weight loss, and fitness.
Mandy Moore of This Is Us looks amazing and now she is revealing her secrets to a healthy lifestyle in the new edition of Shape.
People was able to get a sneak peek of some of what Mandy Moore said in the upcoming Shape issue. One important thing is that Mandy doesn’t care at all about what the scale says and she doesn’t even weigh herself. I know this is one hard thing to get past, but to Mandy, it is just simply all about how she feels in her clothes.
Mandy Moore explained a few more details of her thoughts on her health.
“There’s no real endgame for me with fitness. I’ve always been the girl who goes by how my clothes fit. I don’t weigh myself — I just like to feel good in my body. I eat well to feel good, not to look good.”
It sounds like Mandy Moore lives a pretty exciting life, but running isn’t one of the ways that she stays in shape. Regardless, whatever she is doing she looks great and it sounds like a lot of it is about what she puts in her body. Another thing Mandy Moore has going for her is her height, but she doesn’t let that get to her, even though at a younger age she let it affect her posture. Now, she just rocks it and is comfortable in her own skin.
You can read everything that Mandy Moore had to say when the new issue of Shape comes out on January 2 that features her. The fans are going to love getting to know all about Mandy’s relationship, health and more.