Chris Daughtry Shows Off His Shirtless Six Pack (PHOTO)

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Chris Daughtry partnered with a weight loss company to take a 90 day challenge to get in shape. Yesterday, he posted impressive before and after photos, the he SWEARS aren’t photoshopped.

He kept track of his challenge online. Check out one of his diary videos below. Congrats, Chris.

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  • RomtubBuiel

    Its not photoshopped, it didnt have to be.  The lighting angle, chest waxing, facial expression, posture, clothing all were selected to complete the dishonesty in the before-after photos.

    Its an old scam that has been exposed a zilliontimes over.  Good for him for losing some water weight through dehydration.  Shame on him for trying to suck money out of the naive.   Healthy body changes ARE NOT DONE in short increments or crash-method spurts.  Health is a lifestyle change, not a quick fix.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    At 4:44 of the video, it shows pics of Chris before he started (which is a lot different than the pic MJ posted from 2010), 30 days later and at the end of his 90 days. The change in his abdomen is noticeable and believable, but Chris was in pretty good shape even before he started this program.

  • duncan05

    If you watch the videos, you will see that this was done by diet and exercise. It has nothing to do with the lighting angle, chest waxing, dehydration or any of that. He got that body by doing the work.

  • irockhard

    Pic one: 2010
    Pic two: 2013

    That says everything. Sure the change is real but it didn’t take him only 90 days.

  • duncan05

    Look on his twitter. He posted a picture of day 1 and a picture of day 90.

  • Miz

    Congrats to Chris. Very impressive. It takes a lot of hard work, self-control, and dedication to achieve and maintain a fit body. I hope he keeps up the habit of fitness.

    RomtubBuiel, not photoshopped or visual tricks. He may have a spray tan at the end though.

    I took similar progress photos for a female friend this past year. I’d suggest to anyone embarking on a fitness regimen to keep a photo diary. It’s not only great motivation, but also reinforces the sense of accomplishment to keep you moving forward.

  • http://twitter.com/ItsMyT1me Lori

    Good for Chris! I follow him on twitter and he has been tweeting about his exercise regimen since day 1. The results are real. 
    And 90 days is PLENTY of time for someone who is already reasonably healthy to get fit. Think boot camp! 

  • Listening

    Woah the results are really good even just looking at the start of day one and not 2010 pics. Umm he looks a tad too slim and at times I thought his face looked gaunt. I got a bit worried he might just keep going and not know when to stop. We’ll see what happens he could gain a bit more weight but at least don’t lose anymore.

    Good for him he seems happy. He was one of my favorites on Idol and I loved his first album. I wish he the best.

  • chillj

    I don’t think the results are too attractive either; there is a thing called “excessive.”  He is over muscled.

  • chillj

    I think sometimes there is use of specialty camera lenses, also.  I generally get suspicious when the head is too big; I see a lot of photos like that lately and think it is a very wide angle lens.

  • alt28023

    The picture in the article isn’t all from special effects or dehydration, there is legitimate process there, to be expected given the 3 years that has lapsed. On the other hand, with the 90 day progress pictures in the video there wasn’t a whole lotta change there. The biggest difference is he got a tan in that time, along with the help of other factors already mentioned.

    That being said, he doesn’t pull off his new face as well as he did with a fuller one.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/XDQP2Y46M5B3OHOKALDDGDHQCM Leandro

    It’s not dehydration or photoshop either. The fact is that the 2010′s pic has nothing to do with the 90 days. He was aleady in a good shape when he started and changed just a few between the 90 days. Cheap propaganda. Good for him though.

  • JJ123

    He’s worked really hard and has been dedicated to getting in shape….I’m impressed!  He really was in much better shape at the beginning of his 90 days than in 2010 so the results are definitely believable, a spray tan probably helped show it off a little more though.
     
    I have seen him concert MANY MANY MANY times and I have to say that the last time in December I could see a real difference in his stage presence.  I really think that getting in shape has given him more confidence ( not that he was lacking) and he put on the best show I’ve seen from him.

  • http://twitter.com/RonnieDRocks Ronnie D

    Thanks for the eye candy hehe

  • angiedb

    How awesome for Chris! He really put in a lot of work to get the body he wants and it does look great. This is a great example for his kids, too. 

  • http://twitter.com/KatiesUVULA Katie’s Uvula

     Stop hating fatty.

  • Niall

    He looks good but as others have pointed out, he was already in shape 90 days ago when this started. He’s essentially a paid celebrity endorser of this Vi energy or protein drink. I think it’s part of the MonaVie line and I consider their sales model a pyramid scheme.

    I love Chris, I just don’t think he’s been upfront about why he did the “90 day challenge.”

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/5HGXDY5SA4QJRME7OQJXRJYE4M James M.

    If that’s overly muscled, well, I don’t know what to tell you other than “No it really isn’t”. There are still plenty of guys bigger than him who don’t look awful. And I hope nobody’s harping him for hard work and praising people for saying “It’s okay to be lazy and have high body fat” >_>.

    …Anyway, I don’t think the 2013 pic has a very flattering angle. The shadow on the neck makes his neck look like a stick. It’s very Voldemort-ish. The video’s a much better display of the progress. Looking good, Chris Daughtry!

    I also have to hope he’s doing this as a lifestyle change and not a quick fix, as the first comment noted.

  • http://twitter.com/HighTensions Jake W.

    yum

  • jtgraffix

    Good job Chris, although I think he’s better off being bulkier with his build. He’s a little too skinny now. Heck, I’d be happy if I had his day one challenge build…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NDYOWBIIPZU6PBRHGOPT2ZZJXQ sweetmm

    Well he does not need to think about wardrobe in his upcoming tours ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1759402889 Natalie Blake

    Although I’m suspicious of this Vi drink/shake scheme, I think Chris looks awesome! I’m especially impressed by that swirling move they showed him and his trainer doing while hanging. Ha, that made my abs hurt just thinking about it! He definitely did the work to achieve this. I do agree with others that his face looks a little thin though.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KUERDPR4UGX4SGQBAWPNCBP6UY Ria

    This reminds me I need to get on the treadmill today.

  • breakdown

    Chris worked really hard to get this body so congrats to him although I’d prefer he have a little more meat on his bones! If you saw the picture of him in the index of that People Magazine you would know that this is not photoshopped.