Padma Lakshmi has amazing taste, especially when it comes to silky lingerie.
The “Top Chef” host showed off her well-practiced dance skills on Tuesday and she had the heat turned all the way up! Padma jumped on the TikTok train and delivered a dance that she said her 10-year-old daughter taught her. The 49-year-old star slipped on a silky green nightie as she swiveled her hips. She let her beautiful hair drape wildly over her exposed shoulders for the sultry dance.
“This took precisely 29 takes ? video concept & wardrobe choice by #littlehands, music choice: me…. #tiktoktrials #whatididforlove,” Padma wrote in the caption of her post.
Lakshmi oddly chose a Fleetwood Mac song which made us question her musical taste a little bit. Don’t get us wrong, we all love a little Fleetwood Mac from time to time but the tune didn’t really match her moves. If her fans happened to swipe right on her post, they were treated to the song, “Candy” by Doja Cat, which is the song her dance is actually set to.
To sum up, Dance: A+, Wardrobe: A+, Music: B-.
Lakshmi has been keeping busy in the kitchen and she has been sharing some tips with her followers while we all pass the time at home. She recently shared a lengthy cooking tutorial where fans got to see her in her natural element. In her house, the chef and the kitchen are breathtaking.
“Quarantine Cooking ???: Indian Food Edition,” Padma captioned her tutorial. “We made kootu! “
It’s super cool that we can all try to cook like Padma but we doubt our meal will taste as good as hers.
What makes the star especially useful to follow on social media is her uncanny ability to make delicious meals with very few ingredients (we’re super jealous of her skills). While stuck at home, she details a whole cooking experience from selecting ingredients to putting the food to the flame. She showed off her minimalist cooking skills with a chipotle chicken recipe.
“We made Chipotle Chicken ??,” she exclaimed. “All you need is 6 ingredients:
Chipotle in adobo,
Recipe in bio. *No Geetas were harmed in the making of this video.”