Style Factor

Secrets Behind that Item Number Body

Style Factor

Who doesn't love grooving to Item Numbers?! Over the last two years we've seen three prominent dancing divas. Now we love their moves but those uber hot bods take some hardcore working out. In this webisode Nauheed Cyrusi reveals the secret behind that sexy item number body and how you too can get it!

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