Ora’s stay at fat camp

Rita Ora reportedly checked into what’s been called the “world’s toughest fat camp” in a desperate bid to shed pounds.

Rita Ora has reportedly checked into a fat camp.

The 22-year-old singer is known for wearing revealing attire and is hardly overweight.

But according to UK newspaper The Mirror, Rita has been growing more self-conscious about her shape since she’s been in the spotlight.

A source told the publication she recently checked in for a stay at the Viva Mayr clinic in Austria.

The facility costs the average patient close to $2,300 a night and has been dubbed the “world’s toughest fat camp”.

Practitioners offer detox plans, including the use of diuretic Epsom salts, magnesium powder to aid digestion and also whittle down diets to small meals of organic food.

“It’s the most opulent weight-loss and detox clinic in the world, and pretty hardcore,” an insider said.

“Rita wants to get in perfect shape for the summer and her forthcoming promo appearances. This was a last-ditch, and extreme, measure. Following a detailed examination and fitness test, she was given a rigid diet-and-exercise regime, with a few deep-tissue massages thrown in for good measure.”

According to the source, Rita survived on boiled potatoes and broths during her stay.

She was also reportedly instructed to chew each bite a minimum of 30 times.

The singer is supposedly hoping to take the lessons learned with her so that she can live a more healthy lifestyle.

“The programme set for Rita was designed to be a blueprint for the rest of her life, helping her keep on the straight and narrow,” the source said.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Monday, 22. April 2013