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JUST RELAX: Who doesn’t love a spa day? Certainly, Brittany Snow and Jamie Chung do. They were among the throngs who turned out Wednesday for Live Love Spa’s Splash event showcasing beauty brands such as Gelish, Intraceuticals, HydraFacial and Moroccanoil at the Spa at Equinox Century City in the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. “Actually, spa things are what I spend my money on. I try to be into fashion and my friends convince me to buy expensive things — they are like, you need those shoes — and I just can’t get myself to drop a bunch of money on shoes, but when it comes to going to a spa, I love it,” said Snow. “I get a massage and a facial once a month. I try to make that my thing.”
Chung is a fan of deep-tissue massages and body wraps. “I’ve been filming a lot in New York City for my new NBC show ‘Believe,’ so I’ve been traveling a lot back and forth from LA to NY. That’s part of the reason I’m so into beauty treatments these days,” she said.
Snow is also working on a television show. Based on a blog and upcoming book by Lydia Whitlock, the show, which is called “To My Future Assistant” and is being redeveloped by Fox, includes Catherine O’Hara and Stephen Root in the cast along with Snow, who plays a disgruntled assistant at a law firm. “I’m writing a blog in the show saying that I hope that people are not as mean to me in the future,” she explained. As for Snow returning to movies in a sequel to “Pitch Perfect,” the actress declared nothing is set in stone. “It’s kind of all up in the air right now. I hope it happens, for sure. I loved doing that movie,” she said. If “Pitch Perfect 2” does happen, don’t expect Snow to rap a cappella style. “I cannot rap, but I think it would be hilarious if I tried. It might not go over well,” she laughed.