Hiatus is almost over, but we’re missing seeing our favorite cast’s faces on our screens! Well, here’s a fix to help with the withdrawals!
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Woohoo! We’re only a few weeks away from the arrival of the 2nd half of Grey’s Anatomy season 10 (insert 30 second dance party here)! With that, we’ve come across a couple of behind the scenes pics recently posted by Sara and Ellen and wanted to share them!
(Source|Ellen Pompeo via Twitter)
Here’s the picture…
(Source|Ellen Pompeo via Instagram)
(Source|Sara Ramirez via Twitter)
Sara stopped by to chat with Kelly & Michael this morning!
(Source|cw2197 on YT)
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Hello, Gabbler family!
Looks like there’s a fan or two (or 50) who have been having a hard time separating fiction from reality. No need to worry. It’s been taken care of.
Grey’s Anatomy” is known for crazy on-screen romances on ABC, but a member of the cast is now speaking out about reports that the romance for her character on-screen has moved to an off-screen romance. On Tuesday, Jan. 7, Wetpaint Entertainment shared tweets by Sara Ramirez that debunked reports of a romance between her and co-star Jessica Capshaw. The pair star on the series as married lesbian couple Callie Torres and Arizona Robbins.
The pair are known for their amazing chemistry on-screen, but that does not mean the pair are together off-screen as well. Both actresses are married. Ramirez married in 2012, and Capshaw has been married since 2004. She has three children with her husband.
Ramirez debunked the reports when a fan asked her about interview snippets on Twitter. Ramirez revealed that both snippets were fake. The interviews never happened. The latest debunking happened on Sara’s Twitter on Tuesday.
Callie and Arizona have dealt with some rough times during season 10 of this drama. After Arizona cheated on Callie at the end of season nine, it looked bleak for this couple, but Callie received some fatherly advice and decided to give Arizona a second chance.
Off-screen romances between co-stars are not uncommon, but there is no romance behind the cameras for this pair.
“Grey’s Anatomy” will return to ABC later this spring.
It’s not the first time someone has insinuated that Sara and Jessica have something more going on than what we see on Grey’s. And, if you frequent Twitter at all, you have an idea of just how fanatical some fans can be and to what extreme they’ll go in expressing themselves. Can’t imagine the tweets these two ladies get from day to day ESPECIALLY now since they’re both active on the social media site. Just glad they can see past the reality challenged mindsets of some to stay connected with the rest of us…and that they don’t mind putting people in their place every now and again
Sara is the winner of the Best Lesbian/Bi Ally Visibility Award!
(Source|Sara Ramirez on Twitter)
Congrats to Sara for her portrayal of Callie and for being an LGBTQ ally!
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Life sure does change the older you get. And, if you’re paying attention, so will your views of it. Grey’s Sara Ramirez shared with Glamour a few life lessons she learned after turning 30. Check ‘em out!
Normal is just a setting on a washing machine,” laughs Tony Award-winning actress Sara Ramirez, 38. The Grey’s Anatomy star (who plays orthopedic surgeon Dr. Callie Torres) is full of one-liners—not to mention great life advice. We asked the super-successful, super-inspiring actress to share some of the life-changing lessons she’s learned in her 30s. Here are 5 things she’s glad she knows now.
Don’t Get Used to Being Negative.
We all have problems to deal with in life, but sometimes we get so used to the struggle that it starts to feel normal. “It’s more comfortable to think, ‘Woe is me’ rather than, ‘I’m going to get back on my feet!’ or ‘I’m going to empower myself!’” says Ramirez. Break a negative pattern and remind yourself that conflict isn’t necessary. If you learn to stop looking for things to go wrong, you might just find that they no longer do.
Career Disappointment Is Going to Happen.
“Sometimes we are lucky enough to get feedback telling us exactly what we need to work on. Work on it, get better, and get more prepared. If nobody is telling you why you didn’t get the part or the job, then you have the option to frame it like this: ‘It wasn’t for me.’”
35 and Single? So What?
There is no magic number when it comes to meeting the right person. “I got married when I was 36. I’m 38 now,” says Ramirez.
Learn to Be Comfortable Being Alone.
“When I met my husband I was going through a really interesting transition where I stopped myself from thinking, ‘Will I meet someone?’ every time I went out. Once I learned how to be comfortable alone, a lot of the old habits I had in relationships in my 20s dissolved.”
Be Yourself In Relationships, Especially in the Beginning.
“I didn’t play any games when I met my husband, and I’m proud of that. If I wanted to text him back right away, I did (but if I didn’t have time or didn’t feel comfortable, then I wouldn’t). When you allow yourself to be seen, that’s what works in my experience. I’d rather know that [someone] doesn’t want to be with the real me right away versus seven years down the line. It’s not worth trying to keep a man if you’re pretending to be someone else.”
As a 30-ish woman, I can identity with a few of these. Namely learning how to be comfortable alone and the importance of not getting used to being negative. I think it’s cool that Sara is down-to-earth enough to give such down-to-earth answers. Any thoughts?Read More