“I think that I was kind of nervous that it was going to be a huge success,” said Emma Stone, who was in charge of the production of the show.
“And then the show just exploded.
It was like, ‘Holy cow!’
And we’re like, We can’t believe it.”
Stone, 31, who is a native of Chicago, said that her experience working on the show was not as unique as her experiences with her own career.
“It was so different,” she said.
“I felt like it was a very different experience.
I feel like I could have made a different career path, but I wasn’t the first person to go into it.”
She also said that she didn’t know anything about the show until the premiere.
“The thing that struck me the most about the character that I created was how much she wanted to be known,” she continued.
“She didn’t want to be like, You know what?
I just wanted to show that I can do something.”
The series was a hit in Chile, where the actress, whose real name is Samantha Cristina López, has been making a name for herself in the country’s popular and influential indie music scene.
The show has received international acclaim for its gritty realism and the way it juxtaposes beauty products with everyday life.
“We all know that beauty is about being able to achieve beauty, but there’s a whole other layer of it,” said Lóza, a former Playboy Playmate and actress.
“You can’t look at a beauty product without thinking, This is the real deal.
You can’t go in there and not think, This makes me look good.
But it doesn’t make me feel good.”
The show, which ran for nine episodes in the United States, earned millions of dollars in advertising revenue and sold over 100 million episodes in Latin American countries.
In addition to being a success, the show also has a huge fan base.
The actress said that the popularity of the program has helped her to keep her career going.
“This show has really helped me to keep my career going, because it has made me a star,” she added.
“There’s no reason to be ashamed of who you are.”