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Millions of people are watching Steven Lim, star of the BuzzFeed show 'Worth It,' eat his way across the globe

Steven Lim acknowledges two major worries in his job: Trying to avoid putting on an extra 20 pounds or so, and trying not to become a total restaurant snob. "This is going to ruin me," he said. This, in this case, is "Worth It," a BuzzFeed original series Lim helped create and stars in. "Worth It," features Lim and co-star  Andrew Ilnyckyj comparing high end menu items like $70 cheesecakes with $4 variations.
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