Olivia Culpo‘s giant election night binge, not limited to the biggest tub of cookie dough, is totally worth a peek. The former Miss Universe and “Model Squad” star spent Tuesday night like the rest of America – at home, with the TV on, and waiting to see if Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden would beat POTUS Donald Trump. Olivia’s 4.7 million Instagram followers got: “Is anyone else stress eating over this election?” with the Sports Illustrated bombshell showing exactly how much she ate. Check it out below.
Scroll for the snack action. Olivia, who continues to make headlines for her relationship with NFL player boyfriend Christian McCaffrey, kept it family in this video, seen with her model sister Sophia and other members, and the focus was definitely on the food. Olivia, 28, was seen unable to resist the contents of her refrigerator, kicking off by reaching for a humongous tub of chocolate cookie dough and proving that her massive thigh gap gets fed a ton of calories.
Keep scrolling for more photos. Olivia, who used election night to bake at-home pizzas with her family, clearly couldn’t wait for the cooking time. In fact, shortly after swallowing the calorie-laden cookie dough, the Rhode Island native was pouring an entire bag of potato chips down her throat – you know, when you “drink” the bag.
Olivia, seen continuously snacking near a box of Cheerios, kept the wardrobe cute and skimpy, seen in a gray pants onesie worn shirtless and braless – no problem for the girl who lives in a bikini.
Olivia might be climbing the fashion ranks as she influences for luxury Italian brand Fendi on Instagram, but the restaurant owner remains best-known for her killer bikini body. Three days ago, she posed crouching on a yacht and in a tiny denim bikini while shouting out her favorite new music – it was Ariana Grande as Olivia asked:
“Is anyone else listening to the new Ariana Grande album on repeat?”
Cookie dough might make for election night snacks, but Olivia has actually revealed what she eats.
In January, Olivia opened up to Hollywood Life, admitting that winter workouts are hard, also revealing what she feeds herself.
“I try really hard. I really try to cut out carbs when I’m not working,” she said, adding: “When I’m preparing for something and being good, I cut out carbs. So my ideal good day would be egg whites, avocado, turkey bacon for breakfast. Then, for lunch, I would have a salad with protein, and for dinner, I would have veggies with protein. Does that happen regularly? No.”