There's something oddly intriguing about knowing what a celebrity eats. Presumably their diets (along with killer genes, obviously) are a large part of why they look so stunning, from their skin to their hair to their enviable physiques. Not to mention copying a celebrity's diet is a lot more feasible than borrowing their other beauty habits (hi, Kylie Jenner's $1200 Sephora haul) or workout routines (couch potatoes, unite.)
In our undying quest to live life like the Hollywood elite, we've asked some of the most striking women in the industry to open up their fridges for us and share the grocery items they can't live without. What we'd find included the obvious fresh produce, along with some delicious unhealthy options and, of course, bubbly. From Miranda Kerr to Cindy Crawford, below are the most popular items in celebrities' fridges.
Expectedly, Miranda Kerr's fridge is chock-full of healthy goodness like fresh produce. The model tells us exclusively, "There are lots of fresh berries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. I'm very much into berries, as you can tell. I always have lots of greens, like kale and cucumber and baby spinach and celery. You'll find aloe vera in my fridge. You'll find noni juice in my fridge. I try to avoid dairy and stick to goat milk now, because goats only have one stomach like us, so we can absorb the calcium from them better than we can from cows."
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Cindy Crawford is a big fan of almond milk, so count that as something she always keeps handy. Additionally, the supermodel stocks ingredients for turkey meatballs (her favorite quick meal), chocolate, strawberries, and, if she had it her way, an endless supply of Santa Margherita pinot grigio, thank you very much.
Take a peek inside the Scream Queens star's fridge and you're guaranteed to find some tzatziki sauce. Along with that are quinoa pasta, tomato sauce, mozzarella, carrots, celery, and her guilty pleasure, cream cheese. Yum! Michele previously told us that you'd also find a forgotten bottle of pink champagne tucked away, a concept we can't quite grasp. An unfinished bottle of champagne? For shame.
Lindsay Ellingson's fridge also doubles as a skincare hub—the model credits her glowing skin to cold aloe vera juice mixed with water. She also stores face masks in her fridge, like the Embryolisse Anti-Age Comfort Mask ($55), a tip she learned from her makeup artist. Food-wise, you'll find goodies like buffalo wing sauce, avocados, ingredients for turkey tacos, and Talenti Sea Salt Caramel Gelato.
What would we always find in your fridge? Please share with us in the comments!