“I just think she’s great, whatever she does, and I just love her. For me, I just like her really natural and I love how her current makeup artist is doing. He gives her really great cat eyes.” Mazar also offered an update on what a night out with Madonna is like these days, and it’s a far cry from their wild times at Danceteria.
on Tuesday, July 30, the actress opened up about her bestie, but stayed pretty tight-lipped when it came to the "Give Me All Your Luvin'" singer's closely-guarded secrets.
“I’ve seen almost everything she’s done on stage and I really wanted to work with her. She had me fooled.”Art continues to imitate life on “Younger” this season when Liza turns another year older in her TV timeline.
I plucked her eyebrows a little bit and gave her eyeliner,” Mazar recalled.“I can understand the idea that you don’t want to be judged on your age or have anybody have preconceived notions when you’re reading for a role or being seen for a role.” In fact, if Star had heeded his own preconceived notions, he may have missed out on casting Foster, who just happens to be the same age as her character.“I loved her,” he said of the Tony-winning actress.She can’t be 40 forever.”Liza can’t continue the charade forever either, although she’s kept her secret much longer than some superheroes have been able to hide their secret identities.Going into Season 3, only four people know about her dual lifestyle: her 26-year-old tattoo artist boyfriend Josh (Nico Tortorella), her artist roommate Maggie (Debi Mazar), blackmailer Cheryl Sussman (guest star Martha Plimpton) and therapist Dr.