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Jason Derulo doesn’t want a recognizable wardrobe

The singer says he’s embracing a more plant-based diet
Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Jason Derulo doesn’t want to wear clothes that people “would recognize.”

The “Talk Dirty” hitmaker likes to buy one-of-a-kind clothes and isn’t interested in picking up pieces that anyone could buy in a regular store.

“I’m not really wearing things that you would recognize. I can’t really have something on that somebody could say, ‘Oh, I went to this store and got that.’ I have different designers make me things. Philipp Plein has made me specific things. I also wear a lot of boutique stuff that stylists have gotten in London, Paris and Los Angeles,” Derulo told WWD about his fashion choices.

When it came to packing for his “Nu King” tour, Derulo takes “everything” with him.

“As I look at seven suitcases next to me, we just bring everything. You’ve got to bring everything because you don’t want to leave anything behind. I get stuff on the road as well,” he said.

When Derulo is on the road, he has plenty of raw vegetables and fruit in his rider, as well as small trees and plants.

“I’ve been trying to eat food that is alive and not just the meats,” he stated.

Derulo works hard to maintain his physique, partly due to human nature but also because he can be “slightly more extreme.”

“Even when I had the best body that I ever had, I still found things that made me think, ‘Damn, I need to work on this and this.’ It’s a bit of human nature, for sure, and I’m slightly more extreme than the average person,” he said.

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