Lizzo officially entered the topic about celebrity hygiene habits, admitting that she no longer wears deodorants, as was Matthew McConaughey, a winner of the oscar.
After receiving news that 35 years ago the 51-year-old actor, the actor “Dallas Buyers Club,” gave up a deodorant, 33, a “Rumors,” published Thursday, “OK… On this one, I’m w him. I’ve stopped deodorant and I smell BETTER.”
McConaughey talked for a long time about his choice to dip deodorant, and in 2005 he told people that “in 20 years he didn’t wear deodorant.”
Fortunately, according to “Community” star Yvette Nicole Brown, who worked with McConaughey on the ‘Tropic Thunder’ in 2008, the natural aroma of the writer “Greenlights” was never bothersome.
“He smells like granola and healthy life, he smells like it. He has a nice, delicious fragrance,” stated the actress. “That’s him alone, and it’s neither musty nor insane.”
While Lizzo and McConaughey skip the antiperspirants, other stars admitted to missing everyday baths all over the place, because in July Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher talked about giving their sons, Wyatt and Dimitri, baths only as children when they “saw dirt on them.” “I wash my armpits and my crotch everyday and never anything else,” Kutcher remarked of his personal bathing habits.
Fellow Hollywood couples Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard also claimed to ‘stink’ their girls before they were cleaned, while Jake Gyllenhaal revealed that he does not usually believe bathing “essential.”
In the meantime, artists such as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jason Mamoa, Cardi B and Drew Barrymore have come out in favor of regular bathing, and Barrymore says every week she bathes her kids.