Cheryl admits she's an 'extremist' when it comes to her body

Cheryl works incredibly hard to maintain her lean figure, as displayed in her fierce music videos and on TV as a judge on The Greatest Dancer.

But she admits that it doesn’t come easy, as she undergoes punishing workout routines that are, in her words, ‘not for the faint-hearted’.

The Love Made Me Do It singer downs celery juice at 7am on an empty stomach, after finding someone on Instagram who swears by it for ‘getting rid of all the pathogens in your body’.

‘I can’t always do it to be honest,’ she added. ‘It’s a mission getting up and juicing when you’re trying to feed a toddler at 7am.’

Her yoga routine takes place in 90 degree heat, which she believes helps her skin.

Cheryl, mum to young son Bear with ex-boyfriend Liam Payne, does this extreme hot yoga routine for an hour every day, four times a week – sometimes more.

‘It’s not for the faint-hearted, honestly I am an extremist.

‘I am one of those people who can’t do basic yoga, it’s too boring – I have to do the extreme heat where somebody can potentially die, or you feel like you’re dying, it’s quite extreme – it’s a hard method, but it works,’ she told The Sun.

The former X Factor judge is on the promo trail for her new single Let You. She jetted off to LA to film the video.

The 35-year-old will be making a return to The Greatest Dancer for the second series, saying that she ‘love, love, loved’ being a dance coach on the BBC competition, alongside Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse and actor Matthew Morrison.

Admitting she might not have been allowed to say, she went on: ‘I’m going to get told off for that, but it doesn’t matter because it’s just a fact. I love, love, loved the dance show.’

Cheryl is boldly having another run at the charts again in the wake of her comeback single last year.

Love Made Do It debuted at 19 in the charts and only spent one week in the top 40.

But Cheryl is just ‘happy my confidence has grown’ and doesn’t mind where her music ends up.

‘I’d rather have my music do awfully and hold the blame myself than do anything my heart isn’t truly in,’ she told Fault magazine.

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