Marcia Clark is a bad influence on Sarah Paulson!
The actress is absolutely killing it in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, giving a layered and nuanced performance playing lead prosecutor in O.J. Simpson's murder trial.
Paulson went to great lengths to make sure she properly mimicked all of Clark's physical quirks and tics — but one of the character's habits rubbed off on the actress more than she hoped it would!
Stopping by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, the 41-year-old revealed that she was actually smoking in the many scenes that show Clark sucking on a cigarette.
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While at first, Paulson said she was "coughing a lot," but admitted that eventually started looking forward to any scenes with cigs! She said:
"Eventually I started to be like . . . I was ready for a smoke. I was like, ‘Hey, hey!' It got me a little crazy for the ciggies. I also smoke in American Horror Story and I was shooting them at the same time so it was a real situation."
We can imagine it's pretty easy to get hooked on smoking when filming all those intense, dramatic scenes!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) to her Paulson talk more about playing the character!
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Amber Rose is laughing all the way to the bank!
On Friday, it was revealed that the former video vixen has raked in around $4 million on her new MuvaMoji app. Score!
Sources told TMZ that Wiz Khalifa's ex snagged a HUGE check for signing with the company that developed the mobile app. Not to mention that the MuvaMoji made $2 million on its opening day, and apparently Miz Rose will see some of that money too. Oh snap!
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While some haters may be accusing the activist of ripping off Kim Kardashian West's Kimojis, Amber is vehement that her version has no intention to
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