Hot, Hot, Hot with Alison Sweeney & Ashanti

Alison Sweeney on celebrating 20 years on “Days of Our Lives” and her favorite recipes for living and eating healthy. Plus, the ladies of “Hot in Cleveland” dish on upcoming guest stars, on-set antics and aging in Hollywood. Then, Ashanti performs live in-studio!

The dog days of summer are here and Katie is turning up the heat! Looking and feeling hotter than ever, Days Of Our Lives star and The Biggest Loser host, Alison Sweeney, is taking on new challenges as a mother of two and stepping up her fitness game. She’s now making a transformation of her own and is busier than ever as a new novelist.

“The big change in my life came from being healthier.” –Alison Sweeney

What better way to celebrate summer than to look hot, hot, hot in your bathing suit? Katie is taking a look at this summer’s hottest diet plans and uncovering which diet may be the best for you.

“I went looking around the world to find something that would work.” –Dr. Michael Mosely

It is the big reveal of the Katie staff diet challenge! Last month, three Katie staff members volunteered to try out some of this summer’s hottest diets and document the whole process through the good, the bad and the hungry. Did the Katie staffers reach their goals?

“It feels so good to set a goal and keep it.” -Marissa Calhoun

The hilarious Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli, Wendi Malick and Jane Leeves are currently starring in TV Land’s hit sitcom Hot In Cleveland. The ladies are having the time of their lives on the comedy and are spilling their favorite moments this season.

“We’re being paid to have fun.” –Valerie Bertinelli

Award-winning singer, Ashanti, became the hottest thing in music when she was barely out of high school and earned her first Grammy at just 22-years-old. Since then, she has expanded her career landing roles in movies like Coach Carter and John Tucker Must Die. Now, Ashanti has joined the cast of the hit television series Army Wives and is returning to her music roots with her new album.

“The show is such an integral show.” -Ashanti

School may be out for summer, but the doctor is still in. Between beach days and barbeques, it is important to not let your health fall by the wayside. Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia, clinical chief of orthopedic surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, and Dustin Humphreys, senior director of innovation and mobile technology for CVS/pharmacy, are showing you the hottest apps for your health.

“You take charge of your health, you take care of yourself.” –Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia

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