Anitta Flaunts Her Mega-Sculpted Booty In Thong Cut-Offs On Stage

Anitta Flaunts Her Mega-Sculpted Booty In Thong Cut-Offs On Stage
  • Anitta showed off her super toned abs, legs, and booty at the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards.

  • The singer, 29, wore a white bra top and thong booty shorts while performing her latest singles.

  • Anitta credits a lot of the dancing she does for her shows and music videos for her strength. She's also a big fan of plant-based meals.

There were tons of incredible performances at the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards this year, and Anitta's was definitely one of the standouts. The star sang "Envolver" for the crowd, which topped the U.S. Billboard charts in April along with a few of her other Brazilian funk hits in a medley.

The three-minute performance was packed with heavy cardio-based dance movies, but Anitta made it look super easy. The songstress, 29, wore a white bra top paired with matching booty shorts and her abs, legs, butt, and well, everything, are totally sculpted.

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Anitta shows off her toned legs while dancing on stage. Michael Tran - Getty Images
23rd annual latin grammy awards show
Anitta dances with a her backup dancer during her performance. Michael Tran - Getty Images

This isn't the first time one of Anitta's performances has caused waves. Her dance numbers during Coachella were deemed a “master class in twerking, with funk battle, samba” by Billboard.

Even so, Anitta's been candid about her experiences with plastic surgery. “I’ve done a lot of plastic surgeries, and I can do more if I have time. People always get so shocked. But I’m like, what do you prefer [I do]? Have plastic surgery but pretend that I don’t? Say it’s the weather that made me prettier?” she told Time Magazine.

Diet-wise, Anitta doesn't shy away from her guilty pleasures. She's a big fan of feijoada, a soup with beans, beef, and pork, per Billboard. But on the regular, she opts to eat a mostly plant-based diet.

Anitta currently has a partnership with Future Farm, a leading plant-based brand in Latin America that she joined to bring awareness and access to plant-based options in Brazil, according to Vegconomist.

BRB, dance classes are suddenly calling my name!

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