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With all the glossy hair and smooth skin and perfectly airbrushed bodies, if a famous person recommends a beauty product she can't live without, I'm the sucker who goes out and tries it.
Despite fully knowing there is an entire beauty kit full of filters and Photoshop and professionals helping these celebrities achieve flawless results, it still amazes me that I (and 99 percent of non-celebrity women) cannot mimic this look with Kerry-Washington-approved .99 bottles of Neutrogena foundation or Gwyneth Paltrow exercise DVDs or Britney Spears perfume.
At one point, music manager Benny Medina called Siegal to work on Sean Combs' 29th birthday party.
When Siegal rejected the offer despite Cheban's urging, Cheban accepted the job himself.
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I've always been pretty curious about celebrity-grooming habits.
Perhaps this is the root of my celebrity regime fascination: that two women could use (seemingly) the same products and still the one with “A-list” attached to her name appears better.
So when the opportunity arrived to try corset training -- the same kind of waist training attributed to women who are famous for their figures, Kim Kardashian, Dita Von Teese and, on some rumored websites, Yoncé -- you bet I didn't turn it down.
In August 2019, Cheban announced he was starting a weekly podcast called Foodgod: OMFG with YEA Networks.
Murda Murph will be his co-host and he will interview some of his celebrity friends and talk about his lifestyle.