It's officially awards season, where Hollywood's A-List actresses are being honored for their work in the year's best films and TV series. But off-screen, they're also hard at work on maintaining their famous figures — and it doesn't always come easy.
From eating clean to exercise classes, scroll though the gallery below as OK! reveals how celebs like Amanda Seyfried, Michelle Pfeiffer, Kaley Cuoco and more keep their bodies in award-winning shape.
"I've been a vegetarian since I was eight, so I don't touch meat or fish," the Queen's Gambit leading lady shared.
While the busy 24-year-old It Girl doesn't have a ton of time to exercise lately ("I want to get back into ballet and hip-hop dance classes," she recently revealed), she incorporates healthy habits into her daily life. "I try to walk to where I'm going," she's said, "[and] I truly believe that a good boogie a that a good boogie a day keeps the doctor away."
Kidman is all about moderation. She squeezes in workouts when she can (the Aussie native prefers swimming and running) and tries to stick to lean proteins like seafood.
"It's walking a path that's ultimately 80 percent healthy," said the statuesque 53-year-old star of The Undoing. "Sometimes it falls to 70. But that's why I think you...find out what works for you. And I do a lot, and I have a lot of energy."
Growing up in the English countryside, the Emily in Paris beauty was raised on fresh, farm-to-table foods, and she's carried that tradition into adulthood.
"I'm a clean eater. I love chicken, fish and vegetables and grains like quinoa," she's said. That doesn't mean the 31-year-old — who swears by Body by Simone dance cardio classes — restricts herself. "I also treat myself to the occasional dessert when I'm out with friends," she said. Bon appetit!
The Flight Attendant lead doesn't believe in a one-method-fits-all approach to fitness. "It took me years to figure out what my body needs and that what works for my friends doesn't necessarily work for me," she explained.
The keys to her success? Cuoco, 35, loads up on veggies and protein (and avoids white rice and potatoes) and does yoga five times a week. "When I found hot yoga, I fell in love with it," she revealed. "It was like, this is my thing."
After years of being vegan, the seemingly ageless French Exit actress says she now loosely follows a paleo diet, which favors lean meats, fruits, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds.
The 62-year-old icon also runs, bikes and dabbles "in a bit of yoga [and] a bit of Pilates." Still, she insists her overall wellness plan isn't rocket science. "It's simple," she noted. "Eat well, exercise and get lots of sleep!"
The Mank actress recently revealed she rarely restricts herself when it comes to food.
"If I want to eat it, I'm going to eat it. Life is short," she said. That's why she makes sure to maintain a steady workout routine, even when she's traveling for work. "I'm into ballet [and] hot yoga, not Bikram," explained the 35-year-old. "You sweat, you move and it's really good for your limbs, joints and muscles."