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There are few among us who don't crave a rock hard set of abs, but sadly, sit ups are hard and eating chips and drinking beer is easy.
However, if you've got thousands of pounds lying about, you could take a leaf out of Spanish singer Leticia Sabater's book and get six pack implants.
The 52-year-old flaunted her new stomach during a TV interview and seemed delighted with the result.
She said: "I am in love with my body. I am happy as the operation makes me look spectacular.
"Do not forget that I will need about six weeks to recover, when it will appear more natural and match the rest of my body.
"Patience! Do not be nervous, it is going to look cool in a month and a half."
Prior to the operation, Sabater said in a social media post that she hoped the procedure would leave her with a stomach like Madonna's.
The post read: "You won't be able to tell if it was done in the operating theatre or the gym!
"I will have the abs of Madonna, the hips of Kim Basinger and the bum of Emily Ratajkowski!"
The surgery may seem quite extreme to you and I, but by Sabater's standards it's actually not such a big deal. According to local media, she has undergone surgeries to her face, bum, thighs and biceps in the past, at a total cost in the vicinity of £171,000 ($223,000).
Most notably of all, she underwent hymen repair surgery in 2015.
That particular op caused quite a stir at the time, so if you thought you recognised her, that might be why... though she made her breakthrough as a Spanish children's TV presenter in the 90s, so if you watched a lot of that then she may seem familiar too.
Sabater is certainly not the first or last person to go to extreme lengths to get the body of their dreams. Nadia Sofia Nahir had 34JJ breast implants, which she said left her unable to get on the Tube.
But apparently public transport based inconveniences are just a small price to pay for 'the enhanced fake, feminine shape'.
She said: "Beauty is something that can be enhanced, bought and built. The more you stand out, the better.
"It was only when I got into my late teens that I really started filling out and getting a taste of that attention for myself.
"I know that I stand out from a lot of people, especially in London, which can be difficult, but I love the enhanced fake, feminine shape.
"Standing out is a good thing, I want to look like a modern goddess, like Kim Kardashian for example.
"I'm only about half way through what I want done. I would love my boobs to be even bigger again, and to enlarge my bum some more."