E! Online June 2013

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by Alesandra Dubin


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DJ Michelle Pesce is spinning everywhere these days: at the Grammys’ official after-party, at the Coachella bashes with the cool kids, live on Good Morning America and at a seemingly nonstop parade of other high-profile gigs.

We wanted to know what keeps this Ohio-bred, L.A.-based music powerhouse—with an amazing bod—going. So we asked her! Here’s what she eats and drinks to fuel those long nights behind the turntables.

Cold-Pressed Juices: “I am obsessed! These help me to feel good and look good. I’ll do an all-juice cleanse for four to five days before big gigs or trips, but even on a daily basis, I try to include two or three juices in my diet. My fridge is stocked with them now since I know that once I get on tour, my eating won’t be so healthy. I switch up varieties often but right now have been [going to L.A. juice bars] Moon Juice and Glow Bio a lot.”

Carrots and Almonds: “I am a snacker, so these are my go-to nibbles, and I have them around all the time. Just healthy things that you can carry with you when you leave home, and I swear—almonds are pretty filling!”

Vodka, Soda, Splash of Sugar-Free Redbull: “This was my drink of choice for a long time. It definitely adds a bit of energy to your body and is refreshing without too many calories or too much sugar.”

Whiskey, Neat: “This is my new drink of choice. For years, a lot of the guys that I worked along with would drink Jameson. They started my love for it, but the real reasons I switched from vodka to Jameson earlier this year had to do with DJ gigs. First, it’s a perfect winter drink to warm you up, especially when you are playing a gig outdoors. And second, there is less liquid going in your body and for a DJ doing three- to five-hour sets in dresses and heels, who has time to run to the ladies’ room?”

Pizza: “Now I must point out the my favorite pizza is from Youngstown, Ohio and definitely not thin crust—but the recently closed Domiano’s was a life saver for me and my friends on many, many late nights. I’ve had a residency at the Dime in Los Angeles for almost nine years and Domiano’s was a few doors down. When the lights come up at the end of the night, it’s our Dime family time to hang, laugh, debate, listen to music and eat.”

 Article from E! Online

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