The Doctors show how to get the most desired celebrity body parts — no surgery required! Plus, an overnight fix for flatter abs, how to lower your blood pressure without medication and more!
Hot Hollywood Bodies
Moviegoers often dream of having their favorite celebrity's signature trait. The Doctors takes to the streets of Los Angeles to find out which celebrity body parts are the most coveted.
Then, The Doctors are joined onstage by celebrity look-alikes, as they reveal tips for helping you achieve J-Lo's booty, Angelina Jolie's pout and Brad Pitt's abs — without going under the knife.
Watch as Adolfo Barreto, a professional makeup artist and contestant on Syfy's TV show Face Off, transforms guest Cherelle into her favorite celebrity with a few strokes of a makeup brush.
Adolfo's Top Makeup Tips:
1. Contour! For basic contouring, highlight right under your eyebrow, the top of your cheekbones and the tip of your nose.
2. Fill in your eyebrows. Eyebrows are the frame of your face; if you don’t have them, nothing looks good.
3. Play up your eyes. Eyeliner is the most important thing; it makes your eyes pop. If you don’t want to use eyeliner, at least put on mascara before you leave the house!
Three Golden Sisters
The Golden Sisters — Terry, Mary and Josie — became an Internet sensation after they posted a video of themselves online reacting to Kim Kardashian's sex tape.The three ladies, in their 70s and 80s, join The Doctors.
"If you're not laughing, you're not living," says Terry, who is Josie's twin.
Watch as the sassy sisters discuss how to improve their sex lives, dish on Bieber Fever and help The Doctors figure out "what the health," after watching an uncensored medical video.
Advancements in Medicine
Liz Vaccariello, editor-in-chief of Reader's Digest, discusses two of the most exciting medical breakthroughs in the past year.
Go Purple to Lower Your Blood Pressure
"When it comes to lowering blood pressure, you don't always have to reach for that pill," ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says.
Instead, food can be your medicine. Dr. Travis says two servings of purple potatoes a day could lower your blood pressure by 4 percent.
Dr. Travis and Liz demonstrate how to make an easy purple potato dish.