March 17, 2022

EP. 102 — Laci Mosley

Podcaster, actor, comedian, and the Scam Goddess herself, Laci Mosley, joins Jameela this week to discuss the craziness of the audition process and finding your own authenticity within it, Laci re-learning to love her body like she did when she was younger, the ways colorism has affected her life and the racism she faced when iCarly announced her casting on the show, why she loves the work she does, and more.


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Jameela [00:00:00] Oh, hi there and welcome to I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. A podcast that is designed to end your relationship with shame and self-hate. Now I am hoping that you’re well, I am currently a bit disorientated because I’m in bloody Germany and I have never lived in Germany before, and I’m living here on my own in Berlin for the next couple of months. It’s fucking amazing here and the people are great and the food is great and I’m way in over my head surrounded by ridiculously talented people as I come to face maybe one of my top five fears, which is singing and dancing on television, which I know nobody asked for. But I got a part somehow in the new series Bumper in Berlin, which is pitch perfect as part of the Pitch Perfect franchise. And there are characters from the original who are in it and we’re following their story. And I am now adding to that, and I’m singing and I’m going to be dancing on the TV. So I have no idea ho

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