Tracee Ellis Ross, 46, Recreated Her Mom’s Iconic Music Video in Classic One-Piece Swimsuit

By July 17, 2019Press

16 July 2019

 

Tracee Ellis Ross, 46, Recreated Her Mom’s Iconic Music Video in Classic One-Piece Swimsuit

 

 

Ross put her own spin on her mom’s hit “Work That Body.”

 

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Tracee Ellis Ross knows where she gets her flawless skin and toned, curvaceous figure from—her mama, Diana Ross, of course. In a music video Ross recreated in 2015, the 46-year-old Black-ish star channels her mom in her 1981 hit Work That Body. Ross poses in a variety of one-piece swimsuits as she dances around and lifts weights. But Ross puts her own spin on it and pokes fun by eating cupcakes in some scenes. She knows how to keep it real, you know.

 

 

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i recreated her iconic music video back in 2015. still one of my all-time favs!

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After all, Ross knows just how much work goes into looking great at her age. In an interview with InStyle magazine last year, Ross said, “The ‘I woke up like this’ thing? Bulls–t! Black-ish is in HD, darling! There’s no Vaseline on the lenses.” Ross stays fit by following the Tracy Anderson Method, a dance-cardio inspired workout, and does a combination of strength and cardio three to four times a week. Ross also takes her skincare routine seriously. The actress has said she likes using face masks and recently revealed that she’s taken up a form of jade rolling, using a golden face massager, from time to time to help de-puff her face and increase circulation.

 

 

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MAKING SPACE ~ @tracyandersonmethod

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HUSTLIN’ ~ @heartandhustlegym

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Keep doing what you’re doing, girl. We think Ms. Ross does a great job of doing her mom’s video justice.

 

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