And that’s not counting the 22 international offshoots. Nearly 2 million people tuned into the season final last year, and when bachelor Blake Garvey pulled the old switcheroo on Sam Frost just weeks after his proposal in 2014, it became the scandal that stopped the nation.Which probably helps explain why other networks have quickly followed suit with their own dating shows.She went for a run today with some dude – all the paps keep saying it’s Harry.
It turns out ABC actually wanted Connie Britton to have the role of Olivia Pope and NOT Kerry Washington!
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We care that they are okay - we just don't think it should be a news item.
One of the most moving moments to come out of the star-studded One Love Manchester concert on June 4 was Ariana Grande’s rendition of The Wizard of Oz anthem “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.” The song’s hopeful message about trying to find a safe place fit perfectly for an event that was a direct response to the terror attack which took place at a Grande concert in Manchester, UK on May 22, leaving 22 dead and 116 injured.
As it is, it is still a very good film that I recommend for the patient viewer.
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Be Easy Performed by Sharon Jones and Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings Written by Gabriel Alexander Roth and Neal Andrew Sugarman Published by Boscosound Music and Treatsound Music, Administered by Kobalt Music Courtesy of Daptone Records See more » I agree with Raj Doctor, although I would rate the film higher.
Shonda Rhimes revealed the shocking tidbit while speaking to "I didn't know that there hadn't been a drama series with a leading black woman for 37 years.
When the show got picked up [to pilot], I got a phone call from somebody who said, ‘This would be the perfect show for Connie Britton.' I said, ‘It would be, except Olivia Pope is black.'" and Connie Britton is ALREADY alleviating any worries we had about her leaving the show!
Television programming has always been a cyclical beast: one minute we’re crazy for croquembouche-filled cooking comps, the next we’re going gaga over home renovation challenges.