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KHLOE KARDASHIAN: NEW BODY, NEW LIFE
While taking a break from her reality-TV show, the youngest Kardashian has opted to overhaul her diet and fitness regimen - with incredible results. Shedding an estimated 9kg, the star is working out a minimum of three days a week and is following a balanced diet which she shares exclusively with WHO. "I just felt so unhealthy," she reveals. "When I got home and settled back in L.A, I really wanted to clean my body. I feel much better."
PLUS! More than 20 other stars reveal how they have transformed their shape with portion control, protein shakes, clean-eating plans and regular exercise.
THE VOICE FINAL 4: TEARS AND TRIUMPH!
As the TV event of the year draws to a close, The Voice’s finalists—Karise Eden, Rachael Leahcar, Sarah De Bono and Darren Percival—pose for WHO as they prepare to compete against each other for the first time to be crowned The Voice of Australia. “Seal said to me it’s not about winning the competition, it’s about winning in life,” says gravel-voiced NSW Central Coast favourite Eden, who opens up on her unlikely friendship with the A-list coach. With a recording contract, car and $100,000 on the line, adds Joel Madden’s “star”, Melbourne firecracker De Bono: “I see everybody as equal competitors, but I‟m gonna give it my all.”
LARA BINGLE ON LOVE, FIGHTS AND FRIENDS
The model turned reality-TV star invites WHO into her luxury Bondi penthouse, revealing why she's baring her life in Being Lara Bingle and how it almost cost her the best friendship she has, with series co-star Hermione Underwood. "I was just brand Bingle 24/7—I lost touch with myself," says Underwood, who resigned as Bingle's manager just three weeks into the filming of the reality series. "Lara's behaviour was affecting the progress." Bingle also reveals why her relationship with fashion designer Gareth Moody is unlike any other. "He's kept me grounded through everything, he's supportive and protective."
MEET TEENAGE TIGER LILY
New images have emerged of Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof, revealing her uncanny likeness to her late rock-star father, Michael Hutchence. Just weeks shy of her 16th birthday, Tiger - who was only a year old when the INXS frontman died in 1997, and only four when her mother Paula Yates suffered a fatal overdose—has grown up protected from the spotlight that both her parents courted. "She doesn't ask for attention," said a family source.