Christina Milian says 'Dancing With the Stars' is helping her to get her pre-baby body back following the birth of her daughter Violet three years ago.
Christina Milian almost has her pre-baby body back.
The 'Dancing With the Stars' contestant, who has a three-year-old daughter Violet with her music producer ex-husband The-Dream, was previously known for her washboard abs and says the show's intense choreography is helping her slim down to her pre-pregnancy weight.
The 31-year-old singer told E! News: ''I'm feeling my buns getting nice and firm. I'm feeling my stomach tighten up in all the right places and it's getting nice and small so...I feel like I'm getting that pre-baby body again!''
Christina, who is engaged to the CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records, Jas Prince, recently tweeted a picture of her trim torso and legs with the caption: ''I've already lost 7lbs since I started #dwts! Owww!''
The 'Dip It Low' singer has yet to officially confirm her engagement to her beau of three years despite being spotted in Los Angeles wearing a huge diamond ring on her finger.
Christina ended her first marriage to The-Dream, whose real name is Terius Nash, after photos surfaced of him being straddled by his assistant when she was still pregnant with their daughter.
The former 'The Voice' backstage presenter is hoping to reignite her music career and get back into the recording studio in the near future.
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