In an all-star cast of actors, the cast of “Veep” must learn how to be an allergen-free celebrity for an upcoming season of “The Bachelor,” but the most crucial ingredient is the makeup.
Here’s how to become an All Star in a hurry.
“The Biggest Loser” contestant Aubrey Marcus was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease when she was 15, and she has since gone on to become a nationally syndicated TV personality.
In the past, Marcus has appeared on shows like “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Celebration,” “Dr. Phil” and “Celevian.”
For her role as a contestant on the “Biggest Losers,” Marcus had to learn how and where to put her makeup, as well as how to look her best, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“It was really tricky because I was the youngest contestant and there were so many people who didn’t have a makeup artist, and they all had different ways of doing it,” she said.
“I had to really learn how [to] be a contestant and do what I did and really try to keep it clean.
I had to do a lot of research, which is really tough because you never know who’s going to want to do this for you.
So the next step was finding the right makeup artists. “
In some ways, I had no idea I was going to be the person that would be able to take that on,” Marcus said.
So the next step was finding the right makeup artists.
“You have to be really smart about looking at the makeup, and then you have to know how to work with the artists to make sure they can do it properly and they have enough knowledge,” Marcus explained.
“That was the hardest part.
I mean, there’s no way to do that all day long, so you have one look and then it’s just a matter of trying to figure out what the best way to put it all together.”
For some contestants, it was easy, but for others, it took a lot longer.
“People ask, ‘Why did you have a bad experience?’
Because I had a bad episode,” Marcus told The Hollywood Review.
“But it was a good experience because it showed me what the makeup artist is going to look like.
And then you’re going to have to take on the role of the celebrity, but you have so much fun and you know it. “
Once you get on the show, you’re a celebrity and you get to do all of the show’s tricks, and you’re the star of the episode.
And then you’re going to have to take on the role of the celebrity, but you have so much fun and you know it.
And it’s a great experience.”
In addition to makeup, some contestants have had to find a way to show off their talents on camera.
The actress who played “Hannah Montana” on ABC’s “America’s Next Top Model” also has been featured in other TV shows, including “The Voice,” “The Amazing Race” and the upcoming “Million Dollar Listing.”
“I’m going to say, I don’t know if you’ve seen me on the big screen, but I’m a celebrity,” she told THR.
“And I’m going out there and doing my own stunts and acting.
And I’m wearing makeup.
And the other celebrity is wearing makeup.”
But the reality star is not a one-hit wonder.
She was diagnosed in 2008 with Crohns disease, and it was only in 2016 that she was diagnosed again, and the symptoms are still present.
“There are so many other diseases that can affect you, so many conditions that you can get,” Marcus added.
“So if I can go through this with my whole life, it would make me so happy.”
“The Most Popular Female Athlete in Sports” winner Gabby Douglas also had to work hard to make the cut on the reality show.
The 27-year-old Douglas has won the Miss Tennessee and Miss California in the past.
In 2012, Douglas became the first athlete to win three consecutive national championships in swimming, swimming-related events and gymnastics.
But her greatest accomplishment came in 2016, when she became the youngest winner of Miss Universe.
Douglas told THR that she didn’t want to be on the bottom of the barrel.
“As much as I loved that [the] title of Miss USA was something that I never thought would be my first title, I knew it was going on and that it was the best thing for me to do,” she admitted.
“This is a dream come true.
It’s a dream that I wanted to do for a long time.
And to have it happen so quickly and be a winner was very exciting for me.”
Douglas was not the only celebrity to be diagnosed with a Crohn disease diagnosis.
Former Miss USA Ariana Grande also recently tested positive for Crohn.
The British model had to wear a mask