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Trisha Yearwood's First High-Fashion Photo Shoot—See the Sexy Pics!

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It's been quite some time since Trisha Yearwood first wowed us with her newly svelte figure at the ACM Awards, but the country crooner proves she's been able to keep the weight off in her stunning new spread in the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine. The editorial is Trisha's first high-fashion photo shoot.

The mag's creative director Adam Glassman envisioned a "sexy domestic goddess" theme for the ethereal, artistic spread, which was shot by photographer Ruven Afanador.

A source close to Yearwood dished, "Trisha is beloved for being exactly who she is—she's your best girlfriend who has your back and always remembers to bake your favorite cake for your birthday. This shoot was a departure from 'real girl' into fantasy. The idea of taking scenes from her cooking show and going high fashion was really fun for her."

And while it's hard to deny the singer looks great, she admits she sometimes has trouble believing she won the battle of the bulge.

"I lost the weight eight months ago, and I still wake up every day and think there's no way my clothes will fit," she said in an interview with the magazine.

But fit they do—and quite well!

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Yearwood shows off her fab figure in body-hugging dresses in bright pops of color that hug her in all the places in the issue.

"I used to try on ten things and just wear whatever was the least offensive," she admitted. "I guess I still have that mental block."

One thing that Yearwood also hasn't changed since transforming her body is her love of food.

Posing with corn on the cob and a decadent-looking slice of cake, the Trisha's Southern Kitchen star reveals a healthy balance of exercise and a diet that still allows her to occasionally indulge, have been the secrets to her success. 

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"The most important thing I want to get across is that maintaining weight loss is just hard," said Yearwood, who credits circuit training and Zumba as her go-to workouts. "It takes a dedication to exercise and eating right most of the time. I'm not saying I don't enjoy the days that I'm not eating chocolate cake. But I do particularly like those days when I am eating chocolate cake."

Have your cake and eat it too, Trisha! We'd do the same if we could look as great as you!

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