Well, hello there, Kristin Chenoweth! The 44-year-old singer and actress showed off her incredible bikini body while staying at The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort in Mexico earlier this month.
"Just left the St Regis in Punta Mita," she tweeted April 5. "Did a photo shoot for an 'upcoming tour!' Dates coming . . ."
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In one of the shots, The Good Wife actress and Tony winner flaunted her toned tummy and thin frame by posing in a tiny, gold string bikini on the beach.
How does Chenoweth stay in such great shape? The 4-foot-11 star forces herself to hit the gym.
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"I just worked out. I hate exercise." she tweeting March 30, adding, "How can one weigh 88 lbs and still have a muffin top? It's called coca-cola."
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But her supposed "muffin top" doesn't stop her showing off her beach bod! Chenoweth tweeted April 8, "I miss my vacation in Punta Mita at the St. Regis! Sleep, sun, good food, scary movies and the beach. What could be better? Nothing."
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kristin Chenoweth Models Slim, Toned Bikini Body, Weighs 88 Pounds
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