By SARAH BULL
The best job in the world! One lucky lady was given the enviable task of giving near-naked Mark Wahlberg a spray tan on the balcony of his Miami hotel
As a Hollywood fake tanner, she must have her fair share of famous clients.
But for the lady given the task of spray tanning Mark Wahlberg yesterday, she must have not been able to believe her luck.
Wahlberg stripped down to a pair of tiny black pants as he stood on the balcony of his Miami getting a tan for his role in bodybuilding movie Pain And Gain.
The 40-year-old actor looked more than buff as he stood for the tan, lifting up his arms and legs to ensure an even coverage.
Pain and Gain stars the duo as 'a couple of Florida steroid-abusing knucklehead bodybuilders who become criminals involved in an extortion ring and a kidnapping plot that goes horribly awry'.
The comedy, directed by Michael Bay, also stars Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Ed Harris, Ken Jeong, and Tony Shalhoub and is based on a real-life events.
Not loving this: The actor looked slightly bored as the tan was completed for his role in movie Pain And Gain
Getting even coverage: Wahlberg held his arms out to the side to let the woman completely cover his muscles
In the film, a pair of Floridian bodybuilders in the 'Sun Gym Gang' get caught up in an extortion ring and a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong.
The film is based on the true story of steroid-abusing muscle men Daniel Lugo and Adrian Doorbal.
The comedy, directed by Michael Bay, also stars Ed Harris, Ken Jeong, and Tony Shalhoub and is based on a real-life events.
Getting in there: The woman knelt down as she worked her tan into all the difficult places
Buff and bronzed: Wahlberg stars as a bodybuilder alongside Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in the movie
What are you looking at? Mark first found fame as an underwear model, and it's not hard to see why
Wahlberg has worked hard to get to the size he is for the movie, and was recently forced to deny rumours he himself had taken steroids to help increase his muscle size.
A source told Usmagazine.com: 'Even though the film is about steroid abusing gym rats, he took it as a personal challenge to get to the size he is at now and has been training non-stop.
'And The Rock just inspires him to work harder.'