What Blue Wiggle Anthony has been hiding under his skivvie

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It turns out that 'blue' Wiggle Anthony is hiding a smoking hot body under that long-sleeved skivvie of his.  

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But Anthony hasn't always had such a toned abdomen. 

The high spirited children's entertainer has undergone a drastic transformation that has seen him lose 18 kilograms and he now says he has never looked for felt better and 'life is easier.'

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The popular personality revealed to Woman's Day magazine that he had let himself go and 'was really unhealthy.'

But now the musician – who dropped his weight from 101kgs in 2004 to a current weight of 83kgs – has a brighter outlook on life.

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Anthony is reaping the benefits from his new healthier lifestyle - he says he no longer suffers from the headaches he used to have and no longer struggles with the physical energy and movement needed to get through the children's shows. 

Admitting he previously ate a diet high in starch, sugars and processed foods, including Chinese food for dinner, the star now opts for a healthier sugar-free diet and now makes time for exercise, even when on tour.

Anthony has also opened up about his depression - revealing that he has been suffering from depression ever since he was a teenager and at one stage he had even felt suicidal.


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