Spencer Pratt wants abs like Kristin Cavallari’s 24-year-old boyfriend — but won’t use Ozempic to lose weight.

Spencer Pratt wants abs like Kristin Cavallari’s 24-year-old boyfriend Mark Estes – but he’s not turning to Ozempic as he begins his new fitness journey.

“I don’t judge anybody who wants to do that,” the “Hills” alum, 40, tells Page Six’s “Virtual Reality Tea” podcast while promoting his Hydroxycut partnership.

“But personally [I wouldn’t],” he continues, sounding off on the trendy weight-loss drug. “You start adding needles and doctors and everything and insurance, for something I take two [capsules of]it contains vitamins [and gives me] some energy.”

Pratt — whose rip attempts began earlier this month — gave herself a total of six weeks to sculpt a TikTok-worthy midsection before July 4.

“I’m inspired by fame and the fact that these guys, respectfully, they don’t sing, they don’t actually dance and just… have abs and they go viral?” he says of the social media success achieved by Estes and his equally shattered fellow Montana Boyz members.

“Yes, they are young and maybe good-looking but there is a niche [market] for old non-dancing, non-singing guys with abs,” Pratt elaborates, “and I’m going to aim for that to get through the timeline.”

Ozempic, an FDA-approved prescription drug, is one of the brand names for semaglutide — also known as Wegovy — which affects the brain to maintain satiety and suppress one’s appetite.

A succession of public figures have admitted to taking versions of semaglutide for its slimming effect. Kelly Clarkson recently confirmed that her newly slim frame is the result of weight loss medication after months of speculation.

Oprah Winfrey, whose own headline-making slimdown is the result of using a weight-loss drug, has endorsed such methods to break any stigmas surrounding them.

“The fact that there is a medically approved recipe to manage weight and stay healthier, in my life, feels like a relief, like a redemption, like a gift, and not something to hide and be ridiculed again,” the media, 70 years old. , said People in December 2023.

“I’m completely done with shaming other people and especially myself.”

However, Pratt is not interested.

“I had friends who actually took it and it didn’t work. They’re like, ‘I still have my appetite,’” he says before joking, “I’m not trying to get an Ozempic face. I’m not trying to be on Page Six walking out of a place, stepped on and looking all Skeletor. [and] scary.”


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The reality TV veteran raves that Hydroxycut — its main ingredient is C. canephora robusta, a non-stimulant compound found in green coffee shown to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and protein with vitamin B — is the “right choice” for him.

In addition, Pratt was inspired by his wife, Heidi Montag, who used Hydroxycut to aid her own weight loss of 22 pounds as the face of the supplement brand.

“There’s a lot of motivation when your wife has a six-pack and you can’t fit into any of your skinny jeans and you can only wear clothes with elastic waists,” he says with a laugh.

“Right now, Heidi is obviously ripped and I’m rocking and not where you want to rock.”

Before this year, when Pratt and Montag’s former “Hills” buddy Cavallari started dating Estes — who often flaunts his hard-muscled physique online — the Pratt Daddy Crystals founder leaned into the “daddy” trend.

“For a second, I thought dad was in, so I tipped that. Everyone was like, ‘Dad bods are hot!’ So I just ate as much food as I could to be the face of the dad,” says the dad-of-two, who shares sons Gunner, 6, and Ryker, 18 months, with Montag, 37.

“And then all of a sudden, these guys from Montana got everybody like, ‘Look how smart they are.'”

Montag tells “Virtual Reali-Tea” that she is attracted to Pratt to some extent – but notes that his self-esteem soars when he is in a state of prioritizing his health.

“Obviously, I think Spencer looks great no matter what,” says the “I’ll Do It” singer, who married her “Speidi’s 16th Minute” podcast co-host in 2008.

“But what I love about [him] being ripped is not only Spencer’s confidence – because he’s always been really fit and healthy and I can tell he feels better that way – but [he is] also a good role model for our sons to be able to take care of your body and eat healthy and showing. [them]’Let’s make healthy choices here.’”

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