"Extra" correspondent Dayna Devon opens up in the new issue of Life & Style magazine about going under the knife for her plastic surgeon husband's Hybrid Tummy Tuck -- and how she lost her extra baby weight.
"My stomach was a disaster," Dayna reveals to the magazine about her post-baby body. After Dayna's husband, Dr. Brent Moelleken, performed the surgery, Devon said she was thrilled with the results. "Now, my stomach's better than when I was a teenager!"
For more of Dayna's personal journey, including the diet secrets she used to get back into shape, pick up Life & Style magazine on newsstands now.
Tonight on "NCIS," investigators are getting into the holiday spirit with Toys for Tots.
"Extra's" Dayna Devon had a special delivery for Mark Harmon and the cast. Dayna dropped off new toys to help with the drive.
If you want to help out or learn more, visit toysfortots.org.
"Extra" correspondent Dayna Devon is fit and fabulous -- and the blonde beauty is dishing her stay slim secrets with "Life & Style!"
"I tend to eat the same things every day," Dayna shares with the magazine, "but I'm a person who's always thinking about food."
Devon details her typical daily menu, starting with the most important meal of the day, all the way down to her favorite snack (mini-cupcakes)! Dayna also shares her go-to diet tip to help keep her appetite at bay -- she sprinkles Sensa on food, which she says helps keep her feeling fuller, longer.
Celebrity nutritionist Oz Garcia praises Dayna for her excellent menu choices. For more on Devon's eating habits, check out Life & Style magazine.
Last October, "Extra" correspondent Dayna Devon threw her adorable 3-year-old daughter Emmi a Barbie-themed birthday party -- complete with a pony and a castle cake! Now, Dayna is opening up to "Spotlight on Nightlight" host Ali Landry about her daughter's dream bash.
"I had a ton of help," Dayna dishes to Ali about Emmi's birthday party. "I got a theme. You pick a theme, and you stick to it. It really helps guide you and it gives you direction."
Devon also revealed that you can give your kid the party of their dreams without breaking the bank. "You can do a cheaper version...even if you can't do the Hollywood version of these parties, you can steal the ideas," Dayna revealed, adding that eBay and the 99 Cent Store are great places to pick up party supplies.
Barbie herself attended to gift Emmi and her friends dolls, toys, and a screening of the new "Barbie & the Diamond Castle" DVD movie, which is on shelves now. For more information on the DVD and Barbie, click here.
1. At Upper Darby High School in PA, Tina was a star on the tennis court, but considered herself one of the geeks. She was surprised to be named one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful" in 2003. She told the mag, "I was very honored to round up the bottom three ... I was like, 'I'll take it ... I'll gladly be the token unattractive person of the 50 Most Beautiful People.'" Fey is hardly a "token unattractive person" these days, as seen by her super glam Emmy red carpet style in a 1940s gown.
2. Landing a writing gig for "Saturday Night Live" helped her dreams come true. "I wanted to be on 'Saturday Night Live' when I was a little girl." She began writing for the sketch show in 1997 and became a cast member the following year. In 1999, she was promoted to Head Writer, "SNL's" first female to hold the job.
3. When Tina isn't acting, producing, or writing "30 Rock," she plays the role of wife and mom. Tina is married to composer/producer Jeff Richmond, with whom she has a 3-year-old daughter, Alice Zenobia. The same week Tina impersonated Palin on "SNL" and took home numerous Emmys, Alice topped her mom's big news, "My daughter started preschool this week ... that was the core of the week. That was the big event of the week and everything else was like what?! Sarah Palin, what?!"
4. Fey's Sarah Palin impression doesn't come naturally. It's a little more than lipstick, glasses and a French twist. Fey told "Extra's" Dayna Devon, "I asked them to glue my ears down cause my ears kinda stick out."
5. Last, and definitely not least, Fey could possibly follow in the footsteps of former "SNL" cast members turned authors, like Steve Martin, Kevin Nealon and Al Franken. Fey was reportedly offered a $6-million book deal. The New York Post reported a source says the book has been pitched as non-fiction humor, similar to Nora Ephron's bestseller, "I Feel Bad About My Neck."