Makeup guru and celebrity hair stylist Brandon Liberati, with fitness expert Craig Ramsay, have been added to the growing list of celebrity guests for Sunday's The Voice Awards.
Presented by the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, the event takes place at the Globe Theatre in Universal City. You've seen Liberati's work on most of the major awards shows, from the Emmys and Tonys to the Golden Globes and the Oscars, plus appearances on RuPaul's Drag Race and The Ricki Lake Show.
Ramsay has been featured on the cover of Frontiers, was a regular on the Bravo series Thinervention with Jackie Warner and has put RuPaul's Drag Race contestants through fitness training. It helps to bulk up in order to carry all that jewelry.
The real-life couple appears as contestants on an upcoming episode of Judy Gold's the Newlywed Game-style series The Spousal Equivalent Game, which can be viewed on Gwist. Ramsay appears on another game show, the new and mega-popular interactive app game Braindex. It's the world's first iPad game show in which the user competes against celebrities in a fast-paced trivia show format. New episodes debut on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with Ramsay's pop culture-focused episode scheduled to debut on May 24.
Among other celebrities who have participated are Mike Tyson, Andy Milonakis and Jay and Silent Bob's Jason Mewes. Ramsay continues sharing his expertise on mind, body and spirit training when he returns for the Ricki Lake Show's Bridal Boot Camp final reveal on May 21. He spent six weeks working with his bridal client Jenni, who witnessed—as do all of Ramsay's clients—amazing results. Don't believe me? Well, I can confirm that in less than four weeks, she lost over 20 pounds, but to witness the incredible final transformation, you'll have to tune in.
As if he has extra time, Ramsay has been filming his new online fitness show, 5 Minute Workout. Production has been filming at locations all over Los Angeles, leading up for its debut this summer. But this isn't just another fitness show. Ramsay's technique is more personal than most, as it offers a fun and entertaining approach to fitness and wellness with a passion. This isn't a man appearing on your computer screen for attention—it's an expert who's talking directly to you about how you can help yourself, without membership fees, dirty exercise machines and cruisey workout neighbors. You can follow developments in the health expanding world of Craig Ramsay @craigramsayfit and the exciting creative life of Brandon Liberati @brandonliberati.