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Beyoncé’s “Homecoming” diet is extreme, but also pretty mainstream


Celebrity diets have been rumor fodder since modern celebrities were a thing. Clara Bow’s contract included a “weight clause,” which caused her to consume just 500 calories a day, and when Judy Garland gained weight, MGM put her on a daily diet of chicken soup, black coffee, and, reportedly, 80 cigarettes. Today, our extreme celebrity dieters are people like Tom Brady, who has never eaten a strawberry, and Mariah Carey, who once claimed she eats nothing but Norwegian salmon and capers.

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