Renee Zellweger has revealed a grim story where her prosthetic nose fell off during filming of Judy, leaving a milk-like substance on her co-star Finn Wittrock.
The unfortunate incident happened during filming for the biopic in which she plays stage and screen legend Judy Garland.
Recalling the intimate scenes filmed with on-screen husband Finn, who plays Mickey Deans, Renee was in embarrassed hysterics.
She revealed the horror of when she was locking lips with Finn and parts of the prop nose ended up on his face.
Yeah. I had no idea! I did not know until this kissing scene and I look at him with horror and I realise, she told Entertainment Tonight.
Am I more upset that I got that on his face – and we havent cut so I cant be touching his face in a way to try and get it off – or that its attached to my head and theres so much more where that came from? she continued.
It would weep, the glue and the thing and the chemicals or something, I dont know, and some of it would just sneak out the crevice [on the side].
Actors really put themselves on the line for this art, we tell you.
On how she prepared herself for portraying the late Hollywood icon, Renee said: I just surrounded myself with all this fun material that I love.
I love [Judy]. I love her performances. I love her on a talk show. I love what she wore. I love the sound of her voice. I mean, all of it.
I just fooled myself to death and was super greedy all the time. Thats it.
The film is set in 1968, during a time when the Wizard Of Oz actress headed to London in an effort to revive her career.
The movie sees the star perform sold-out shows at the Talk Of The Town nightclub, and follows her as she reminisces with friends and fans and begins a whirlwind romance with musician Mickey, who she married three months before her death.
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The stalwart passed away at the age of 47 in 1969 due to an accidental overdose, and the film also touches on her struggles with drug and alcohol issues, based on the musical drama End Of
The Rainbow by Peter Quilter.