Colombian singer songwriter star Shakira is the April 2014 cover model for Women's Health magazine and during her interview she talked about health tips, dancing, her singing and the origin of "Hips Don't Lie. Shakira as most people known her is a world renown singer and dancer who loves to dance and this combined with her love of sports has helped her return to her pre-baby body after the birth of her son Milan in 2013 with Gerard Pique
Shakira is similar to most women in that sometimes a woman can reach a point where she does not want to go on the treadmill to get in shape so she devised a workout regimen of fun sports. Her exercise consisted of roller skating for one day or playing basketball, tennis and swimming. Shakira being the busy entertainment mogul that she is did not have time for a maternity leave because shortly after the birth of her son she had to fly to Los Angeles to do "The Voice".
It is apparent from this interview that Shakira does not do things that are not fun but when she talks about her time as a coach on "The Voice" she describes it as "quintessentially fun" and while her colleagues are "tough cookies" she enjoyed every moment working with them.
Shakira is an international recording star who has access to the top music equipment in the world and yet she has a unique formula for determining if a song is ready and can be a hit song or as she says can be "taken out of the oven". For Shakira, a song is ready when she starts listening to the it and her hips start moving because as she likes to say, her hips do not lie and that is how she came up with the name of her first big hit in the United States "Hips Don't Lie".
Another thing that is not a lie is that Shakira is one of the most attractive and sexy singers in the music industry and someone whose hips and the way they move are adored by her fans.