The 22nd Critics’ Choice Awards were at the Barker Hangar in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, Dec. 11. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were easily the hottest couple at the awards event.
The 34-year-old Biel looked stunning in an Elie Saab gown with a deep plunging neckline. The actress wore a floor-length dress with black and teal vertical stripes.
Biel’s husband Timberlake also looked at his best in a black suit with shiny lapels. The 35-year-old also wore a crisp white shirt minus a tie, as the singer and actor escorted his wife to the awards ceremony.
Timberlake, a former NSYNC boy band member, also sported a thin beard. Timberlake was nominated at the Critics’ Choice Awards in the Best Song category for the tune “Can’t Stop The Feeling” from the Trolls soundtrack. Timberlake also voiced the character Branch in the Trolls movie.
“City of Stars” from the movie La La Land took home the best song award. Justin Timberlake also took to the stage to present the award for Best Acting Ensemble to Moonlight.
Justin Timberlake was previously nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Song in 2013 for “Please Mr. Kennedy” from Inside Llewyn Davis. He also earned a nomination in the Best Acting Ensemble category for The Social Network (2011).
Timberlake also scores the music for the upcoming film The Book of Love, which stars his wife Jessica Biel, Maisie Williams, Jason Sudeikis, and Mary Steenburgen. The movie will be released to theaters for a limited time on January 13, 2017.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake have been together since 2007 and married in 2012. The couple also has a one-year-old son named Silas. It takes a lot of hard work to have Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel looking at their best. Let’s take a brief look at the health regimens of one of the hottest couples in Hollywood.
Justin Timberlake’s Diet and Workout Plan
Justin Timberlake is a Hollywood A-list celebrity that has made it big in the music industry and as an actor. The pop music icon has also appeared in films like Alpha Dog (2006), The Social Network (2010), In Time (2011), and Friends with Benefits (2011).
Timberlake has an impressive workout and diet that have the star always in good shape. His physique is considered well-proportioned and not too muscular or too lean. Timberlake’s physique is a good example of what most men want in a body. They want to be in good shape, but don’t want to be too bulky.
Timberlake not only exercises at the gym, but also enjoys dancing and participating in sports. He also has defined abs due to an intense gymnastic-style workout. He will work out four to five times weekly. His exercises will include basketball, crunches, and cardio workouts.
As for his diet, Justin Timberlake reportedly consumes five meals daily to help give him energy throughout his day. He also drinks plenty of water to keep him well hydrated. He avoids eating junk food as well.
Timberlake eats a low-fat protein diet. For breakfast, he might eat oatmeal, three boiled eggs, and a glass of fruit juice. Lunch may include a protein shake, rice, and boiled chicken breast. Dinner is said to include two slices of brown bread, salad, and boiled chicken breast.
Timberlake’s snacks throughout his day include four slices of brown bread, six boiled eggs, a glass of milk, and a protein shake.
Jessica Biel’s Diet and Workout Plan
Jessica Biel has some workout and diet secrets of her own. The actress works out with celebrity trainer Jason Walsh. Her workout routine will combine yoga, cardio, sprinting, and lunges.
Walsh’s clients also include Kate Beckinsale, Natalie Portman, Ben Affleck, and Reese Witherspoon. Walsh is known to put his clients through powerful exercises called plyometrics that tone the body and burn fat. Biel will work with Walsh two or three times weekly.
For each workout, Biel will begin with walking lunges to help stretch her leg and glute muscles. For core exercises, Biel will perform seated Russian twists with a five-pound medicine ball.
Jessica Biel’s routine also includes side planks, hanging leg raises, push-ups, jump squats, pull-ups, bent-over rows, lateral lunges, and bench step-ups.
Some of Biel’s favorite yoga poses are said to include chair pose, low boat pose, sun salutations, reverse warrior, one-arm side plank, forearm plank and leg lift, temple pose, and tree pose.
Jessica Biel also eats a very healthy diet with lots of green vegetables. Other favorite foods Biel consumes include almonds, whole-wheat toast, oatmeal, fish, rice, fruit, and chocolate.
For breakfast, Biel may eat whole grain bread French toast with egg whites and cinnamon. Lunch may be a sweet potato tuna melt. Dinner may be spaghetti squash and turkey or chicken meatballs. Her snacks include a mixed berry protein shake or hummus with celery sticks. She also gives herself one cheat day per week. She also eats fermented vegetables, which help her skin and digestion.
Jessica Biel and husband Justin Timberlake clearly look incredible, and are very prepared to walk down other red carpets during award season. The couple definitely has the diet and workout routines that will keep them looking their best.
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