Tracy Moore is going behind the scenes.
On Tuesday, the "Cityline" host took to Instagram to share a video of "a day in the life of a TV host" with her 150,000 followers, which followed her on Monday, Oct. 31.
After she was "done her workout," she "[got] ready for work." Once she arrived at the studio, Moore filmed herself sitting in a chair getting her hair and makeup done for a "special Halloween show."
The fitness aficionado chatted with her stylists as they gave her thick eyebrows, a dark smoky eye and pitch-black lipstick as part of her Bride of Frankenstein costume. To complete her look, Moore added a short and curly black and white wig.
Later in the video, Moore walked around the "Cityline" set taking direction from her colleagues and production assistants about the show's script.
Once rehearsals were over (including practicing a spooky yet fun dance with her special guests), it was "time to get mic'ed up," which she did in the bathroom.
After the show was over, Moore took off her makeup with "dollar store wipes," which she said were "not it."
At the end of the video, the lifestyle mogul filmed herself sitting in a taxi "going home to [her] other job...mom."
In the caption, the TV host gave a summary of her day, which she revealed is less glamorous than one may think.
"I documented my life behind-the-scenes for a day. Mostly work stuff. I love for you to see how little glamour exists in the world of daytime TV," she explained. "I mic up in the bathroom. My 'car service' is the local cab company. And every, single person on the 'Cityline' team pulls their own weight."
Moore further shared that there's only one thing she'd change about her job — the food.
"It keeps us honest and ridiculously giddy. Wouldn’t change a thing. Actually scratch that. I would love craft services with a selection of chocolate snacks and mochas to sip on. Can someone arrange that please?" she joked.
In the comments, fans thanked Moore for always "keeping it real."
"What a fun [behind-the-scenes]! Thanks for sharing," commented a follower with a red heart emoji.
"So many hats worn!" shared someone else.
"This is so great and so accurate," wrote a fan.
"Thanks for keeping it real, sis!" added another.