The battle of words between Miley Cyrus and Sinead O'Connor has become like a ping-pong match. Bong, bong, bong, point to Miley. Bong, bong, bong, point to Sinead. However, the two feuding females do still have something in common: They're both obsessed with weight loss and dieting.
Miley's friends are concerned about their twerking pal, according to Heat magazine.
“Her diet and exercise regime has become like a religion – it’s what’s getting her through one of the more stressful times of her life,” a source said. “But she can’t carry on this way. People are scared she’ll make herself ill.”
Miley has denied eating disorder rumors, but Entertainment Wise reports that her diet consists of raw vegetables, raw fruits and egg white omelets. In addition, she exercises and trains two hours daily, while running five miles three times each week. That amount of exercise falls into the category of exercise bulimia, according to the Campus Companion. Read more about Miley's dieting obsession by clicking here.
Then there's Sinead, who lost weight but emphasized, "I don't go along with that 'I feel great because I lost weight' bulls**t, because I felt fine before" in an interview with the Irish Independent.
"I only feel better because people aren't being so abusive to me any more about my weight."
And although she's not contemplating visiting a gym, she does want to stay in shape.
"I've heard 'Curves' are great for toning up and you don't have to spend any longer than half an hour exercising ,which suits me as I hate gyms," said Sinead.
The singer contended that her weight gain had been due to a misdiagnosed mental illness that required medication.
"A lot of the weight loss is down to me coming off medication after being mistakenly diagnosed as being bi-polar. I had to come off the meds gradually but once I stopped completely last month, it's just been dropping off," she said.