Gail Simmons, Johnny Iuzzini
If you ever wondered how Just Desserts judges Gail Simmons and Johnny Iuzzini manage to consume boatloads of rich, decadent sweets in one sitting during production, the answer is... well, cut back on real food. The only problem, says Simmons, is that just eating dessert isn't so good for you. "At night when we'd finish, I'd realize I didn't put anything in my mouth that has actual nutritional value to it," she says. "And at the end, I'd be craving so much saltiness. ... I don't have Johnny's metabolism." Burger and fries after dessert? Sign us up.
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In this video, Simmons and Iuzzini talk about the first time they met, and how he confessed to her that he had a little crush. Aw.
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Jennifer Love Hewitt
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Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand
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