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An apple a day keeps the doctor away and Brooke Shields hopes a “fruitful” gift will keep her family healthy all year long.
"All I want for Christmas is something that will encourage my family to eat healthfully all year long, which is why I love the Harry and David Fruit-of-the-Month Club. It's a long-standing tradition in my family that started when I was a kid,” Shields says.
New Jersey Housewife Jacqueline Laurita hopes her future Sunday family dinners won't be all about breaking bread.
“I'm attempting to have my family make the switch to a gluten- and casein-free diet. So I would love a collaboration of the tastiest recipes that my family will actually eat and enjoy. I also wish for health, happiness, and togetherness for all families this holiday season,” Laurita says.
She may be a bestselling cookbook author but when it comes to priorities, Teresa Guidice puts exercise before eating.
“It's tough to motivate myself to exercise after running around with four kids, but I've made it my priority. Nothing gets me into workout mode better than my favorite music. I could use a new pair of earbuds—these (Juicy Couture, $48) are classic enough to pair with sweats, but stylish enough to wear while I'm on the go.”
Put her on the “nice” list. Sexy Dancing With the Stars pro Karina Smirnoff is anything but selfish.
“My wish this year is that everyone gets what their heart desires and stays healthy and happy! But, if you’re looking for presents, you can't go wrong with makeup, shoes, and bags!”
Former Pussycat Doll Kaya Jones knows it takes endurance to dance around on stage for two hours. That’s why she’s hoping for some exercise equipment this holiday season.
“All I want for Christmas is a spinning bike since I recently became addicted to the one at my local gym,” Jones says.
Former My Wife and Kids sitcom star Jennifer Freeman hopes fearlessness will be the answer to fulfillment this New Year.
“I want to have new experiences and to not be afraid to try anything, whether it be telling someone how I really feel or jumping out of a plane! I don't want to limit myself or be afraid of anything,” Freeman says.
Working with a cause near and dear to her heart is enough to make Leeza Gibbon's holiday season bright.
“All I want for Christmas is that feeling of love and support that wraps us in the knowledge that we are best when we dare to care. This year I'm getting that wish fulfilled with the opportunity to work with Novartis and encourage Alzheimer's caregivers to mentor each other by sharing their words of wisdom at AlzheimersDisease.com.”
Bravo’s Alexis Bellino has babies and bling on the brain—oh, and a day off.
“All I want for Christmas is one day of absolutely NO work, or even a THOUGHT of work (at least I can try), an endorsement that involves my skin, for [my husband] Jim to give me one more baby (even if it’s a teacup Chihuahua), and of course a girl always loves any accessory!”
It’s hard to imagine model-turned-actress Eva LaRue has anything to worry about in the way of body flaws. But she jokingly tells us she overdid it a little on a recent holiday.
“All I want for Christmas is the safe return of my abs from their hostage taker—Thanksgiving dinner!”
Pro-athlete Jennie Finch is no stranger to grueling workouts, but what’s on her wish list pretty much matches any other average mom in America.
“All I want for Christmas is a good treadmill! In November, I ran the New York City marathon on behalf of my sponsor, Timex. Together, we raised $30,000 for the New York Road Runners Youth Program. You know what they say, once you finish one marathon, you begin training for another! A new treadmill would help me meet my fitness goals and be able to exercise while my 4-month-old son is sleeping and my 5-year-old is at school,” Finch says.
From cookbooks to spinning bikes, see what’s on their holiday wish list.