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    In this issue : On her physical transformation into Tammy Faye Bakker: “My first makeup test was probably a month before we started shooting, and that was stressful. I had seen the documentary on Tammy Faye and really wanted to tell her story. The filmmakers told me recently that right before they gave me the rights to the story, they thought, Jessica can’t do this. For Tammy Faye’s makeup, we found interviews where she talked about the exact products she used. She always wore waterproof mascara. People associate her with black tears, but the only images of mascara smearing down her face are from sketch comedy TV shows. Her mascara was always waterproof, and never ran.” On what she loves about Tammy Faye: “Her heart. She went against the conservative evangelical community and brought Steve Pieters, an openly gay minister with AIDS, on her show. She looked into the camera and said that being Christian means you love through anything. We should be talking about that radical act of love, rather than her mascara.”

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