Taylor models herself on Gwyneth Paltrow

Last updated 12:10 08/05/2013
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MAKE ME OVER: Taylor Swift, left, apparently wants a body like Gwyneth Paltrow, right.

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Long blonde hair? Check. Penchant for killer red carpet looks? Check. Adopting a hardcore fitness regime so she can get the 'butt of a 22-year-old stripper'? Consider it in progress.

Country crossover starlet Taylor Swift, 23, has reportedly adopted a new keep-fit regime in a bid to look like the famously trim and toned Gwyneth Paltrow.

Paltrow, 40, has worn a string of fashion-forward looks lately, many of which have shown off her well-honed figure. She opted for a purple Victoria Beckham mini-dress for the opening of her trainer Tracy Anderson's studio last month and also wore a daring Antonio Berardi dress with sheer panels to the Iron Man 3 premiere in Los Angeles.

Paltrow has long credited Anderson with helping keep her in shape and Swift is now determined to mimic her.

"Taylor thinks her legs are too skinny and her butt is too flat. She wants strong curves the way Gwyneth has," a source told Heat magazine.

"Taylor's really dedicated. If Tracy isn't available, she works out with one of Tracy's trainers at her home four to five days a week and when she's on the road she does it via Skype. She does 45 minutes of cardio dancing and an hour of Pilates toning and training. Her body confidence has never been higher and she's so happy she took Gwyneth's advice about working out with Tracy."

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