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Tammy Hembrow reveals the workout she uses to achieve her world-famous derrière

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She has always insisted her famous derrière is ‘built, not bought’.

And fitness sensation Tammy Hembrow is now sharing the secrets behind her sensational booty – and the exact workout you need to do to achieve similar results.

The mother of two, 26, told Perth Now on Wednesday that her ‘At-Home Booty V2’ workout can help anyone get an Insta-worthy posterior with just a pair of dumbbells.

So that's her secret! On Wednesday, Tammy Hembrow revealed the EXACT workout needed to achieve her world-famous derriere... and all you need is a pair of dumbbells

So that's her secret! On Wednesday, Tammy Hembrow revealed the EXACT workout needed to achieve her world-famous derriere... and all you need is a pair of dumbbells

So that’s her secret! On Wednesday, Tammy Hembrow revealed the EXACT workout needed to achieve her world-famous derriere… and all you need is a pair of dumbbells

‘I get so many DMs asking how to target your side booty – so have added a workout completely focused on that area,’ she said, while promoting her app, Tammy Fit.

‘I think the booty program has been so popular because you can do the workouts anywhere with minimal equipment and it has always been appealing for mums that can’t make it to the gym,’ she added. 

‘Plus a lot of women are intimidated by the gym so prefer to workout at home. All you need is a set of dumbbells.’

Tammy also reveals that diet played a big part in forming her famous curves, and you need a ‘calorie surplus’ to ‘gain muscle’ to follow suit. 

Bouncy: 'I get so many DMs asking how to target your side booty – so have added a workout completely focused on that area,' she said, while promoting her app, Tammy Fit.

Bouncy: 'I get so many DMs asking how to target your side booty – so have added a workout completely focused on that area,' she said, while promoting her app, Tammy Fit.

Bouncy: ‘I get so many DMs asking how to target your side booty – so have added a workout completely focused on that area,’ she said, while promoting her app, Tammy Fit.

‘These calories should come from clean nutritious ingredients like lean protein, complex carbs and green leafy veg,’ she added.

Tammy has previously said that she likes to work out at least three times a week.

During an appearance on Studio 10 in December, the mother-of-two described the strenuous workout regimen that helps her achieve her sensational physique.

Diet:  Tammy also revealed that diet played a big part and you needed a 'calorie surplus' to 'gain muscle'. 'These calories should come from clean nutritious ingredients like lean protein, complex carbs and green leafy veg,' she said

Diet:  Tammy also revealed that diet played a big part and you needed a 'calorie surplus' to 'gain muscle'. 'These calories should come from clean nutritious ingredients like lean protein, complex carbs and green leafy veg,' she said

Diet:  Tammy also revealed that diet played a big part and you needed a ‘calorie surplus’ to ‘gain muscle’. ‘These calories should come from clean nutritious ingredients like lean protein, complex carbs and green leafy veg,’ she said

‘I do a lot of heavy weights. You’re not going to build any muscle if you are not doing leg weights. I see a lot of girls doing cardio and this and that, it is not going to build any muscle really,’ she said.

Last year, Tammy addressed speculation she has had Brazilian butt lift surgery and insisted her famous derrière was the result of working out in the gym.

She told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I have always had people say that, they just don’t know that you can achieve that with working out.’

‘Obviously it is genetics and you can’t change your features but you can build muscle and shape and tone and all of that. I get tired of being accused of that.

'I get tired of being accused of that': Last year, Tammy addressed speculation she has had Brazilian butt lift surgery and insisted her famously pert derrière was the result of working out in the gym (left, Tammy in 2017, and right, Tammy now)

'I get tired of being accused of that': Last year, Tammy addressed speculation she has had Brazilian butt lift surgery and insisted her famously pert derrière was the result of working out in the gym (left, Tammy in 2017, and right, Tammy now)

‘I get tired of being accused of that’: Last year, Tammy addressed speculation she has had Brazilian butt lift surgery and insisted her famously pert derrière was the result of working out in the gym (left, Tammy in 2017, and right, Tammy now)

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Keith Urban is lost at sea on a SOFA in the music video for his duet with Pink titled One Too Many

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They might be somewhat of an unlikely country duo, but their combined vocal talents have created something irresistibly catchy. 

On Thursday, Keith Urban unveiled the new music video for his duet with Pink, called One Too Many – which the pair debuted via a virtual performance at this week’s American Country Music Awards.

The dreamy video sees Urban, 52, taking one of the song’s first lyrics – ‘Woke up on a couch, sunrise’ – quite literally: he wakes up on a sofa at sunrise, in the middle of the ocean.

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Lost at sea, on a sofa: On Thursday, Keith Urban unveiled the new music video for his duet with Pink, called One Too Many

Lost at sea, on a sofa: On Thursday, Keith Urban unveiled the new music video for his duet with Pink, called One Too Many

Lost at sea, on a sofa: On Thursday, Keith Urban unveiled the new music video for his duet with Pink, called One Too Many

The Australian crooner is decked out in his 90s-style Goo Goo Dolls hair, a black t-shirt and faded jeans along with black boots.

He sits and stands on his waterlogged couch, rocking out on his acoustic guitar as if he were on stage.

Soon, he is joined in the clip by Pink, 41, as she walks along the surf at the coastline, singing against a lovely hued sunlit sky. 

The Don’t Let Me Get Me songstress is in a silky and rather modest white floral dress, with a bow at the collar. 

From the heart: The unlikely pair debuted the bluesy pop country ballad via a virtual performance at this week's American Country Music Awards

From the heart: The unlikely pair debuted the bluesy pop country ballad via a virtual performance at this week's American Country Music Awards

From the heart: The unlikely pair debuted the bluesy pop country ballad via a virtual performance at this week’s American Country Music Awards

Goddess: Keith is joined in the clip by Pink, who sings along the surf at the coastline

Goddess: Keith is joined in the clip by Pink, who sings along the surf at the coastline

Goddess: Keith is joined in the clip by Pink, who sings along the surf at the coastline

Cool concept: Urban sits and stands on his waterlogged couch, rocking out on his acoustic guitar as if he were on stage

Cool concept: Urban sits and stands on his waterlogged couch, rocking out on his acoustic guitar as if he were on stage

Cool concept: Urban sits and stands on his waterlogged couch, rocking out on his acoustic guitar as if he were on stage

While the pair share the screen at certain moments, it’s evident that the video, much like the song itself, was conceived and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic and therefore the artists remained apart.

The bluesy song has elements of pop, folk and modern country thrown into the mix, with lyrics ruminating on the pressures of being in a relationship. 

The video contains passages with actors on other floating couches, as they act out the trials and tribulations of love.  

Virtually together: While the pair share the screen at certain moments, it's evident that the video, much like the song itself, was conceived and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic

Virtually together: While the pair share the screen at certain moments, it's evident that the video, much like the song itself, was conceived and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic

Virtually together: While the pair share the screen at certain moments, it’s evident that the video, much like the song itself, was conceived and produced during the COVID-19 pandemic

Drama: The video contains passages with actors on other floating couches, as they act out the trials and tribulations of love

Drama: The video contains passages with actors on other floating couches, as they act out the trials and tribulations of love

Drama: The video contains passages with actors on other floating couches, as they act out the trials and tribulations of love

Dreamy: The bluesy song has elements of pop, folk and modern country thrown into the mix, with lyrics ruminating on the pressures of being in a relationship

Dreamy: The bluesy song has elements of pop, folk and modern country thrown into the mix, with lyrics ruminating on the pressures of being in a relationship

Dreamy: The bluesy song has elements of pop, folk and modern country thrown into the mix, with lyrics ruminating on the pressures of being in a relationship

Looking out to sea: The Don't Let Me Get Me songstress is in a silky and rather modest white floral dress, with a bow at the collar

Looking out to sea: The Don't Let Me Get Me songstress is in a silky and rather modest white floral dress, with a bow at the collar

Looking out to sea: The Don’t Let Me Get Me songstress is in a silky and rather modest white floral dress, with a bow at the collar

The two musicians debuted the new song, from Urban’s brand new album The Speed of Now Part 1, at Wednesday’s 55th annual ACM Awards.

And while Keith was present on stage as host of the awards, Pink joined him virtually for the duet.  

Earlier this week, Urban spoke about how he has ‘always loved Pink’s voice’ in a media statement. 

‘Her artistry and her multi-faceted ability to create, and her God-given talent, truly makes her one of the greatest voices of our time,’ the 15-time ACM Award-winner noted. 

He woke up like this: The video sees Urban taking one of the song's first lyrics – 'Woke up on a couch, sunrise' – quite literally: he wakes up on a sofa at sunrise, in the middle of the ocean

He woke up like this: The video sees Urban taking one of the song's first lyrics – 'Woke up on a couch, sunrise' – quite literally: he wakes up on a sofa at sunrise, in the middle of the ocean

He woke up like this: The video sees Urban taking one of the song’s first lyrics – ‘Woke up on a couch, sunrise’ – quite literally: he wakes up on a sofa at sunrise, in the middle of the ocean

Earlier this week: Urban spoke about how he has 'always loved Pink’s voice' in a statement

Earlier this week: Urban spoke about how he has 'always loved Pink’s voice' in a statement

Earlier this week: Urban spoke about how he has ‘always loved Pink’s voice’ in a statement

Giving props: 'Her artistry and her multi-faceted ability to create, and her God-given talent, truly makes her one of the greatest voices of our time,' the 15-time ACM Award-winner noted

Giving props: 'Her artistry and her multi-faceted ability to create, and her God-given talent, truly makes her one of the greatest voices of our time,' the 15-time ACM Award-winner noted

Giving props: ‘Her artistry and her multi-faceted ability to create, and her God-given talent, truly makes her one of the greatest voices of our time,’ the 15-time ACM Award-winner noted

Speaking with ET Canada, Keith added, ‘And again, her as a person, it’s also why she’s been around a long time. She’s absolutely astounding and it was great to get to do that with her.’

While the global coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns presented challenges for the musicians to collaborate, they are proud of the end result. 

The Speed of Now Part 1 is the eleventh studio album by the New Zealand-born country singer and husband of Nicole Kidman. 

The album was released Friday. 

On stage: The musicians debuted the new song, from Urban's brand new album The Speed of Now Part 1, at Wednesday's 55th annual ACM Awards

On stage: The musicians debuted the new song, from Urban's brand new album The Speed of Now Part 1, at Wednesday's 55th annual ACM Awards

On stage: The musicians debuted the new song, from Urban’s brand new album The Speed of Now Part 1, at Wednesday’s 55th annual ACM Awards

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Emmy Award presenters will rock full hazmat gear to present winners at their homes amid COVID-19

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COVID-19 has forced much of Hollywood into lockdown, putting productions on hold back in March.

Awards shows have been some of the first events to carry on with new precautions in place, amid the global pandemic.

And in another sign of the times, this weekend’s 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will feature presenters in full hazmat gear, personally delivering awards to winners’ homes Sunday night.

Safety first: This weekend's 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will feature presenters in full hazmat gear, personally delivering awards to winners' homes Sunday night.

Safety first: This weekend's 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will feature presenters in full hazmat gear, personally delivering awards to winners' homes Sunday night.

Safety first: This weekend’s 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will feature presenters in full hazmat gear, personally delivering awards to winners’ homes Sunday night.

A first look at the special gear reveals a typical black hazmat suit with an oversized black bowtie over a triangular patch of white dress shirt with white sleeve cuffs.

Costume designer Katja Cahill and executive producer Guy Carrington worked with a hazmat manufacturer on the custom look.

ABC (which airs the awards show) announced that hazmat-clad presenters ‘may be visiting some of the winners live.’

For the first time, this year’s show will be telecast from the homes of presenters, nominees and winners around the world.

Home visit: ABC (which airs the awards show) announced that hazmat-clad presenters 'may be visiting some of the winners live'

Home visit: ABC (which airs the awards show) announced that hazmat-clad presenters 'may be visiting some of the winners live'

Home visit: ABC (which airs the awards show) announced that hazmat-clad presenters ‘may be visiting some of the winners live’

Around the world: Working from home: For the first time, this year's show will be telecast from the homes of presenters, nominees and winners around the world

Around the world: Working from home: For the first time, this year's show will be telecast from the homes of presenters, nominees and winners around the world

Around the world: Working from home: For the first time, this year’s show will be telecast from the homes of presenters, nominees and winners around the world

Host Jimmy Kimmel will record live from Downtown Los Angeles, while producers have sent more than 150 video kits to other talent, for them to record from home. 

Executive producer Reggie Hudlin previously guaranteed an entertaining show, as the new format allows them to mix it up from previous years.

He told Variety: ‘From category to category, it’s going to change throughout the broadcast. Some of them may not work, but we said, “Let’s just experiment and have the audience a little more on the edge of their seats.”‘

Although Hudlin added that technical difficulties will likely arise, Kimmel is ready to keep us entertained: ‘I think he’s hoping things go wrong.’ 

Working from home: Host Jimmy Kimmel will record live from Downtown Los Angeles, while producers have sent more than 150 video kits to other talent, for them to record from home (pictured in September, 2016)

Working from home: Host Jimmy Kimmel will record live from Downtown Los Angeles, while producers have sent more than 150 video kits to other talent, for them to record from home (pictured in September, 2016)

Working from home: Host Jimmy Kimmel will record live from Downtown Los Angeles, while producers have sent more than 150 video kits to other talent, for them to record from home (pictured in September, 2016)

Mixing it up: Executive producer Reggie Hudlin previously guaranteed an entertaining show, as the new format allows them to mix it up from previous years: 'From category to category, it’s going to change throughout the broadcast' (Phoebe Waller-Bridge pictured in September, 2019)

Mixing it up: Executive producer Reggie Hudlin previously guaranteed an entertaining show, as the new format allows them to mix it up from previous years: 'From category to category, it’s going to change throughout the broadcast' (Phoebe Waller-Bridge pictured in September, 2019)

Mixing it up: Executive producer Reggie Hudlin previously guaranteed an entertaining show, as the new format allows them to mix it up from previous years: ‘From category to category, it’s going to change throughout the broadcast’ (Phoebe Waller-Bridge pictured in September, 2019)

Star-studded event: Some of the confirmed talent includes Laverne Cox, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Randall Park, RuPaul Charles, Anthony Anderson, America Ferrera, Issa Rae, Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe and Oprah Winfrey

Star-studded event: Some of the confirmed talent includes Laverne Cox, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Randall Park, RuPaul Charles, Anthony Anderson, America Ferrera, Issa Rae, Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe and Oprah Winfrey

Star-studded event: Some of the confirmed talent includes Laverne Cox, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Randall Park, RuPaul Charles, Anthony Anderson, America Ferrera, Issa Rae, Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe and Oprah Winfrey

But it mostly sounds like a chaotic adventure in store for viewers: ‘If we’re in someone’s house and something extraordinary happens, why would you want to cut it off? 

‘We’re thankful ABC understands our problem. It could come way under, it could go over. It might be on time. I think that’s unlikely.’

Some of the confirmed talent includes Laverne Cox, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Randall Park, RuPaul Charles, Anthony Anderson, America Ferrera, Issa Rae, Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe and Oprah Winfrey.  

Two-time Grammy-winning artist H.E.R. has also been confirmed to perform during this year’s ‘In Memoriam’ segment.

Improv king: Although Hudlin added that technical difficulties will likely arise, Kimmel is ready to keep us entertained: 'I think he’s hoping things go wrong'

Improv king: Although Hudlin added that technical difficulties will likely arise, Kimmel is ready to keep us entertained: 'I think he’s hoping things go wrong'

Improv king: Although Hudlin added that technical difficulties will likely arise, Kimmel is ready to keep us entertained: ‘I think he’s hoping things go wrong’

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Megan Thee Stallion hits back at ‘haters’ and flashes set of ‘F**K YOU’ diamond rings worth $200K

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Megan Thee Stallion isn’t mincing her words, and in this case individual letters, when she shared a direct message to her ‘haters’ that came in the form of eye-blasting bling.

On Friday, the Savage star took to Instagram on Friday to flaunt a set of seven diamond rings that spelled out ‘F**K YOU’, which Page Six Style confirmed to be worth $200,000.   

Keeping her message simple, but far from sweet, Megan captioned the short video and two photos with: ‘dear haters,’ along with two middle finger emojis and a third emoji of a sun face with its eyes closed.

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Take that haters! Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Friday to showcase a set of seven diamond rings that spelled out 'F**K YOU'

Take that haters! Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Friday to showcase a set of seven diamond rings that spelled out 'F**K YOU'

Take that haters! Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Friday to showcase a set of seven diamond rings that spelled out ‘F**K YOU’

For the quick clip, Megan had a male friend do a close-up camera shot that panned her fingers to showcase her blinged-out message.

‘She means what she say and she say what she means,’ the man could be heard saying as he slightly moved the camera, which Megan then chimed in by adding: ‘Or your b**ch a**’

The friend quickly followed that up by repeating, ‘Or your b**ch a**’ several more times.

Wanting to add an exclamation point to her post, the Hot Girl Summer rapper ended by flashing her two middle fingers, which also helped showcase her long, personalized finger nails.    

Direct hit: The Savage star directed her blinged-out message to the 'haters', along with two middle finger emojis

Direct hit: The Savage star directed her blinged-out message to the 'haters', along with two middle finger emojis

Direct hit: The Savage star directed her blinged-out message to the ‘haters’, along with two middle finger emojis

She means it! A male friend could be heard saying: 'She means what she say and she say what she means,' as he slightly moved the camera across her fingers

She means it! A male friend could be heard saying: 'She means what she say and she say what she means,' as he slightly moved the camera across her fingers

She means it! A male friend could be heard saying: ‘She means what she say and she say what she means,’ as he slightly moved the camera across her fingers

Big bucks: Page Six Style confirmed the set of seven rings is worth $200,000

Big bucks: Page Six Style confirmed the set of seven rings is worth $200,000

Big bucks: Page Six Style confirmed the set of seven rings is worth $200,000

The rings were reportedly designed by jeweler to the stars Elliot Eliantte. Each of them features about 18 carats of VS1 diamonds, that totals 126 carats in all, and are set in 14K white gold.

‘Megan had a message she wanted to get out and this was the format she decided to go with,’ a representative for the jeweler said.

It’s believed Eliantte also designed Megan’s massive ‘Hot Girl’ diamond necklace, worth about $425,000, that she showed off on Instagram in July. 

Stallion style: The video also highlighted her long, personalized finger nails

Stallion style: The video also highlighted her long, personalized finger nails

Stallion style: The video also highlighted her long, personalized finger nails

Double whammy: The Hot Girl Summer rapper ended the clip by flashing two middle fingers

Double whammy: The Hot Girl Summer rapper ended the clip by flashing two middle fingers

Double whammy: The Hot Girl Summer rapper ended the clip by flashing two middle fingers

Megan has had her share of critics, both professionally and personally, that she may be directing her message towards.

From her meteoric rise to the top of the music charts, trademark twerk and revealing ensembles, to her denial and then accusation that Tory Lanez accidentally shot her in the foot two times in July, the Texas native has been good fodder for both journalists and social media trolls.  

In August, Megan (born Megan Pete) accused Lanez of shooting her after they had attended a pool party at Kylie Jenner’s mansion on July 12.

She had previously remained silent about identifying the alleged shooter, even after he was charged with carrying a concealed weapon at the time. Megan said she was prompted to come forward with her version because Lanez’s publicist had been spreading false information about the incident.    

Bling: Along with her set of rings, it's believed Elliot Eliantte also designed Megan's massive 'Hot Girl' diamond necklace, worth about $425,000, that she showed off on Instagram in July

Bling: Along with her set of rings, it's believed Elliot Eliantte also designed Megan's massive 'Hot Girl' diamond necklace, worth about $425,000, that she showed off on Instagram in July

Bling: Along with her set of rings, it’s believed Elliot Eliantte also designed Megan’s massive ‘Hot Girl’ diamond necklace, worth about $425,000, that she showed off on Instagram in July

Headline maker: Megan (born Megan Pete) has been good fodder for both journalists and social media trolls since she began sharing her. music and free-styling videos in 2016

Headline maker: Megan (born Megan Pete) has been good fodder for both journalists and social media trolls since she began sharing her. music and free-styling videos in 2016

Headline maker: Megan (born Megan Pete) has been good fodder for both journalists and social media trolls since she began sharing her. music and free-styling videos in 2016

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