VIDEO SCOOP: Kaycee Stroh compares 'Celebrity Fit Club' to the Marines
High School Musical" star Kaycee Stroh says starring in the VH1 reality diet show, "Celebrity Fit Club," is like "becoming a Marine."
We caught up with Kaycee at the Environmental Media Awards on Sunday night, honoring -- among others -- Sir Richard Branson, National Geographic and the dolphin documentary, "The Cove."
Not only is Kaycee working out two hours a day -- doing cardio, lifting -- she has only prepared meals and keeps track of "everything" she eats and keeps a "feelings journal." She even told me they were all going through psychotherapy to deal with why they overeat.
But she's one of the two team leaders, so she also has be motivational with her teammates -- musician Sebastian Bach, Kevin Federline and Tanisha Thomas from "The Bad Girls Club." Kaycee calls them all every day, make sure they are eating right and getting out of bed.
Any complaints so far? "Any time you put eight celebrities into boot camp, you'll hear some whining," she says.
So how's KFed doing? "I love Kevin. He's very quiet and a very sweet man, but when he pipes in, he's good."
The show will air in February. "If there was ever a season of 'Celebrity Fit Club' to watch, this is it. We are full-on Marines."
Will you be watching this?
Video: Elizabeth Snead