In the April cover story for InStyle, Lopez said, "I feel like I felt when I was 28." Sometimes the saying "you're only as old as you feel" is a cliche, but Lopez looks almost identical to her younger self.
No, the No Doubt frontwoman hasn't discovered the fountain of youth. "There is no secret" to maintaining a youthful appearance, she told Harper's Bazaar in 2012. "You just have to eat healthy, work out, and torture yourself!"
McGraw's explanation for looking great at 47 is simple: "Why not get in the best shape that I could?" he told CBS This Morning in 2013. The country star is planning ahead too, telling his interviewer that he's "gettin' prepared for my 50s."
In 2012, Andre told Vibe, "I became a vegan/vegetarian at 22-23. I'd gone so hard the years before that I had to do something... I actually looked in the mirror and saw myself deteriorating." He also quit smoking and drinking, and it all helped -- Andre could easily pass as his younger self.
Andre 3000 is not the only singer who believes in the power of a vegetarian diet in the war on aging. "It's probably just down to sleep and diet," Leto told British GQ. "I've been that way for a long time -- 20 solid years of eating vegetarian/vegan and taking care of myself. That probably helps the preservation process."
One of Diddy's first singles as a solo artist was titled "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down." This philosophy seems to apply to all aspects of his life, including his appearance, which has changed little since the '90s.
Pharrell recently defended his youthful appearance in TimeOut London. "I'm willing to go on record as saying that I don't drink people's blood," he noted. "How do I stay so young-looking for a 40-year-old? I wash my face."
Blige is about to release one of the most uptempo albums of her career. Funnily enough, she looks almost exactly the same as she did when her last dance-friendly hit, "Family Affair," came out -- in 2001.
Jewel believes a "biblical diet" helps her stay young. It "has nothing to do with religion," she told Health, "but with eating things as they originally came out of the ground, before there was genetic altering of food."