At the Met Gala, Mary J. Blige showed off her killer core and mile-long legs.
Last night, Mary J. Blige attended the much-anticipated Met Gala (also known as the Oscars of the East).
And wow, did the 52-year-old singer bring her fashion A-game, donning her famous thigh high boots that showed off her toned legs. And the bespoke Burberry gown was stunning!
Mary maintains her fitness by eating a mostly plant-based diet and working out with a trainer at least four times each week.
The Met Gala, a gigantic fashion extravaganza, took place on Monday, and celebs showed up in force. Mary J. Blige was in the mix, and she really ramped it up.
In a bespoke Burberry leotard-jacket combo that showed off her really muscular legs and a peak of her toned abs, the 52-year-old singer made it apparent she wasn’t fooling around. Mary accessorized with thigh-high boots and dangly earrings. Naturally, she posted multiple images of herself wearing the outfit on Instagram, and they’re all in a good mood.
“Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmazing,” Tamar Braxton commented in the comments. While Busta Rhymes added his voice. “👑👑👑👑👑”
On Instagram, Mary also posted a video of herself posing in the ‘fit. It glides up slowly, from her toes to her legs to her head, displaying how majestic this look really was.
So, what is Mary doing to be so powerful these days? She previously told Health magazine that, although she isn’t a great lover of exercise, she still does it. “I like to seem a specific way. So I’ll do what I have to do,” she said. “I do a lot of weight lifting.” It keeps everything in place.”
Mary told SELF magazine that she prays first thing in the morning before getting ready and heading to the gym. “I consume a protein shake. I consume a lot of water. “At the gym, I try to drink at least half a gallon of water,” she remarked.
She also works out with a trainer four times a week. “It’s full body,” she stated of her workouts. “Sometimes I’ll tell them, okay, well, let’s concentrate on the legs, okay, well, let’s concentrate on the arms, or okay, well, let’s go hard on the abs.” By the end of the week, though, she has shifted her concentration to cardio. “I mean, you really have to train like an athlete,” she said. “This is the game.”