'The Jenkins diet!' Katherine tweets picture of calorific cakes as she pledges to GAIN weight after dropping to a size six
14:01 GMT, 16 April 2012
She revealed earlier this month that she has lost an astonishing 1.5 stone since rehearsing and competing on Dancing With The Stars.
And now Katherine Jenkins is doing her utmost to gain some weight.
The 31-year-old singer yesterday shared a picture of big pile of cakes as she told her followers she had been filling up on calorific treats.
Changing shapes: Katherine Jenkins, seen here at rehearsals yesterday (left), has lost 1.5 stone and is considerably slimmer than she was last year (right)
Calorific: But Katherine shared a picture of her dessert on her Twitter page to reassure fans she is attempting to gain weight
She wrote on Twitter: 'The new Katherine Jenkins Diet Plan… #WhoSaysImNotEating #MumWouldBeSoProud.'
Katherine revealed recently that it was her daily dance rehearsals and performances with professional partner Mark Ballas which have led to her slimming down to a 6-8 (US size 2-4).
She told the Daily Mail: 'I've lost a stone and a half. I'm burning so much energy now that it’s hard to put the weight back on.
In action: Katherine and dance partner Mark Ballas performing the Paso Doble on a recent episode of Dancing With The Stars
I like to be curvy so I’m trying not to lose any more. But I do want to
be healthy, too – there are so many skimpy costumes to wear. That
In an interview
with the MailOnline last year, Jenkins revealed she relied on a
combination of jogging and Bikram yoga to stay in shape.
said: 'I’m not naturally a person that wants to exercise, but I find
running is something I can do wherever I am in the world. I think Bikram
is a really good thing, I think everyone should do it.'
also follow a relaxed version of the Dukan diet – famously practised by
Jennifer Lopez, Gisele Bundchen and the Middleton women.
She explains: 'I do follow a version
of the Dukan diet, but I don’t follow it to the extreme so a lot of fish
and vegetables. If I want chocolate I’ll let myself have a bit of
chocolate in moderation.'