NEW YORK — Makeup artist Bobbi Brown will appear on Women’s Entertainment’s [WE] latest installment of “When I was A Girl.”
The show, produced by award-winning filmmaker LindaEllerbee’s Lucky Duck Productions, will premiere Sunday at10 p.m. and is narrated by Charlize Theron. “When I was AGirl” looks back at the lives of high-profile women, who reveal stories from their childhood and share life experiences. Brown said the stories include everything from people that meant a lot to her, like her mother, to her teenage years and the music she listened to.
“They’re very interesting because you always see women who are very accomplished and just think that’s who they are and that they’ve always been that way,” said Brown. “It’s so nice when you get to hear everybody’s pretty much the same.” Other women revealing personal childhood memories on the show include Lauren Holly, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ashanti and Mariel Hemingway.
“I had to dip into my mother’s photo album, because they wanted a lot of pictures,” said Brown, who jokingly referred to her filming experience as a trip to the psychiatrist’s office with “all the questions about when I was young and how did I feel.”
She said the show will be very interesting for her children to watch, “if I can get them interested,” she said. “I have three boys.” However, she’s looking forward to seeing it herself. “If you understand who you were, you’ll understand who you are,” said Brown.