Fresh out of People Magazine Online comes news that Katie Holmes is enjoying Celsius offstage at rehearsals for her performance on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance".  The performance, scheduled to air tonight, will introduce her new charity, the Dizzy Feet Foundation, who's mission is to support, improve and increase access to dance education in the United States.  We know Katie has been a fan of Celsius for quite some time, using it to stay in shape, and we're happy to see People report on it.

We're happy to help Katie get through those long rehearsals by doing more than just burning calories and sustaining energy.  When consumed before a workout (and anyone who has ever gotten on the dance floor knows what a workout it can be) Celsius actually helps promote fat loss, promote muscle gains and increases endurance.  It's true!  Take a look at our Science page for the clinical studies performed.

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Good luck tonight Katie!


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