She was named the "new face" of Bobbi Brown cosmetics in 2014.
in The Layover, a road trip sex comedy directed by William H. The film follows two best friends (Daddario and Upton) on vacation as they fight over the same man during a layover in St. Also that year, Upton appeared in James Franco's film adaptation The Disaster Artist, Upton has said that her belief in God is important to her.
She said while filling in as a co-host for Kelly Ripa on Live!with Kelly and Michael that she was forbidden by the New York Yankees from wearing Detroit Tigers' clothing or accessories at the Yankee Stadium when attending games in which Verlander was the starting pitcher.Do you know how many women are going to watch that scene and find themselves sobbing by the end of it? I read somewhere that this positive stereotype of the “strong Black woman” actually has had adverse effects because it’s made WOC feel like they have to pretend to be strong even in moments when being weak would make more sense.For all her flaws (which there are many), I have to say that Mariah’s character made me realize that we actually need more depictions of flawed, ANGRY, three dimensional sisters on television. And perhaps that’s why you at times find yourself rooting for Mariah even when she’s behaving poorly.Her story arc was complicated, nuanced, at times even painful to watch, but always believable and surprisingly human.
Which is insane because by the middle of Season two, Mariah Dillard had very clearly morphed into the living embodiment of the devil.Everyone in the writer’s room showed up with something to prove this time around and that’s a huge part of why the season was so good. that if you had given the role of Mariah Dillard to anybody but Alfre Woodard, it wouldn’t have been the same.In the words of Beyonce, she did NOT come to play with you heauxs.She was named the 13 and Under Reserve All-Around Champion, giving her a total of four reserve championships (2nd place).In addition, Upton ended up third overall on the APHA youth Top Twenty.Upton has appeared in editorials for American, Italian, British, Spanish, German, and Brazilian Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, V, Mademoiselle, LOVE, Italian, German, and American GQ, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and Esquire.