'I changed my entire world in 6 months': Shay Mooney shows off 50 lbs weight loss in stunning snap
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: Shay Mooney is 50 lbs lighter and looked nearly unrecognizable as he showed off the results of his incredible weight-loss journey. The 30-year-old singer, who is part of the country music duo Dan + Shay, flaunted his stunning body on Instagram in a shirtless snap on Monday, January 2.
Shay Mooney shared the before-and-after mirror selfies of his jaw-dropping transformation and wrote, "Consistency. I changed my entire world in 6 months. No gimmicks or fads. Just consistency. If that tired guy on the left can do it so can you. 💪🏻" The soon-to-be father first broke the news about losing 50 lbs on an Instagram story in October, urging everyone to eat clean and walk seven miles a day - and lift weights.
"Thank you guys so much for all your kind words about me looking healthy," he wrote. "Really means a lot. Been a little over 5 months I believe and I'm down almost 50lbs." He added, "For those asking: Eating clean/not drinking alcohol and walking 7 miles a day. And some weights. That's it! I completely changed my lifestyle and I've literally never felt better physically, mentally and spiritually. If you're lookin for a sign... Love y'all." He concluded the post with a sign emoji and a heart emoji.
Shay and his wife Hannah Billingsley, 31, are expecting their third child, a baby boy. The singer and the former Miss Arkansas married in 2016, and are parents to two young boys named Asher James, five, and Ames Alexander, two. The 30-year-old singer posted a video on Instagram in early December, showcasing his loving family and friends while also sharing a glimpse of his transformation. He captioned the post, "It’s weird not recognizing yourself. I got to a place mentally and physically that I will never go again."
"It matters what we eat. It matters who you spend your time with. It matters what you choose to spend your time on. I’m so thankful for the people in my life that helped me make a change. No one forced me into this. I wanted to change my life for me. I’ve never felt more alive. I’m not looking for mediocrity…let’s go find greatness," he added in the post.