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Lori Harvey Unveils Her Bikini Body . . . Fans Say She’s Too Muscular

Lori Harvey is now a single girl after splitting from actor Michael B Jordan. And she has a new look too. Lori is now thinner and more toned, but fans think her looks are taking her in the wrong direction.

For the past 3 months, Lori has been extra hard at the gym. She has been on a heavy diet and has exercised at least 2 hours every day.

And the result of all that hard work is a very bodybuilder-like physique. As you can see from the following pictures, Lori now has a six pack abs and quite muscular shoulders.

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And Lori’s extreme diet has also resulted in her face changing. Her face is now extremely thin and gaunt and you can now see every single muscle in her face.

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This is a very different look from what Lori had before. Two years ago, Lori’s face and body seemed perfect. She was still a slim girl, but she had enough natural weight to still have curves. Here’s what she looked like back then:

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Lori Harvey is a model, entrepreneur and socialite. She is the daughter of Marjorie Harvey (née Bridges) and the adopted daughter of comedian Steve Harvey. She has been signed to agency LA Model Management in the United States as well as Select Model Management in Europe. In 2021, Harvey founded skin care company SKN by LH.

While the identity of her biological father is not publicly known, her mother married comedian Steve Harvey in 2007, who later adopted her. She was born in Memphis, Tennessee and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia.

Harvey was a competitive rider and aspired to compete in the Olympics. She later attended college in Florida, but dropped out due to an injury that prevented her from continuing her work as an equestrian.

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