Though things are a little sticky between these two on-screen, they seem to have no problem hanging out off the screen. Check out a bit of this recent Glamour interview with Sarah Drew and Jerrika Hinton!
After 10 seasons on the air, Grey’s Anatomy is still giving us “OMG, what just happened?!” moments—and none so front and center than April’s recent wedding and the Jackson/Stephanie/April/Matthew aftermath. Earlier this week, Sarah Drew (April) and Jerrika Hinton (Stephanie) joined me for an afternoon of delicious pizza at Stella Barra in Hollywood to talk about what’s going to happen, what did happen, and the real-life lessons they’ve learned about life, love, and relationships.
Glamour: Let’s dive right into this: What did you think about the time jump from Jackson interrupting the vows to when we see April and Jackson running out of the chapel?
Jerrika Hinton: As an audience member, I wanted to see the immediate aftermath.
Sarah Drew: I agree. I would have liked to have seen it, but I think it’s too horrible to show.
Jerrika: That’s exactly why I want to see it!
Sarah: But you wouldn’t be able to enjoy Jackson and April’s joy if you saw them ruining other people’s lives first. And at that moment, Jackson and April aren’t embracing reality. They’re residing in a bubble. So I think it makes sense in that regard, but…
Glamour: Can April and Stephanie ever be friendly towards one another again?
Jerrika: They are co-workers and haven’t had a lot of buddy moments.
Sarah: I think that they’re going to have to [get along] because that’s the nature of the work they do, but it’s going to be awful.
For more of this interview, click the source link!
I like these two! On and off-screen. Any thoughts about this interview? Hit the comment section!
Ever wondered how Sandra Oh relieves stress and keeps balance in her life? Check out this interview she did with Mindful Magazine!
What inspired you to start practicing meditation?
I think, like many people, I had been thinking “I should meditate” for years. But, no surprise, shaming myself into it wasn’t doing the trick. I was looking to make a change in my life and my dear friend who had just had a baby said meditation had really helped her during her pregnancy and delivery. Hearing that really moved me.
How do you find it benefits you?
It has helped me through some very difficult times in my life and increased the joy of living. It helps me deal with stress—and there’s plenty of that to go around. It helps me to focus, and it helps me to have creative breakthroughs. Doing meditation practice has also challenged me to become a better person, to broaden my mind and remain curious.
It’s a slow process, though, a gradual, organic process. It’s not like you sit for 20 minutes and suddenly your life is peaceful. But you can find ways to deal with life better as you learn how to sit and just be there on the cushion with your mind and your surroundings.
Be sure to visit the source link to read the entire interview and to view a “how to” guide on how to get started with meditation if it’s something you’re interested in!
How do you keep the stress down in your life? Do you meditate? Exercise?
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Check out TVLine‘s recent interview with Sarah Drew as they discuss the goings on of April’s decision in last night’s all new episode of Grey’s Anatomy, “Take It Back”! If you have not watched it, you may not wanna go any further!
Below, the woman at the center of the matrimonial kerfuffle, April’s portrayer Sarah Drew, expresses her own shock and awe about the surprising turn of events, admits to being bummed that Jackson and April’s wedding took place off screen, reveals the whereabouts of jilted groom Matthew, and previews the immense obstacles that await the newlyweds (hint: their honeymoon period will be short-lived).
TVLINE | I have to say, I thought I was watching a dream sequence when Jackson and April ran out of that barn alone. Were you taken aback by that yourself?
I knew it was coming from the beginning of this season, so it wasn’t a shock to me. I was like, “Oh, so we’re not going to actually see anything happen [inside] the barn? We’re not going to see that conversation [between April and Matthew] happen? It’s just the barn doors open and there you go?’” [Laughs]
TVLINE | My theory for why they didn’t show us what happened in that barn is it was just too damn ugly for broadcast television audiences.
[Laughs] I would totally agree with that! I think it would be so painful; you couldn’t actually enjoy April and Jackson being together. It’d just be too much.
TVLINE | I have a sinking feeling that poor Stephanie is going to be the first one to find out that they’re married.
[Nervous laughter] I can’t say!
For more of this interview, click the source link below!
So we saw who April chose last night. But are you at all interested in hearing more detail about the decision made? Check out a little of the interview The Hollywood Reporter snagged with the actress herself, Sarah Drew! Be advised that the following contains a spoiler or two.Read More
We are finally in the homestretch! Are you ready for Thursday? Jessica has done an interview with TVLine reflecting on Arizona’s role the first half of the season.
Winning Callie back was a cakewalk compared to the uphill battle Arizona faces reinstating herself in the good graces of Grey’s Anatomy fans.
Ever since losing her leg nearly two years ago, the sweetheart of Grey Sloan Memorial has committed multiple acts of adultery, discarded lovers as if they were widowed socks and treated her wife like yesterday’s garbage — all because she had the nerve to save her damn life.
The unlikely minx’s biggest critic? Jessica Capshaw herself! On the eve of the ABC drama’s midseason premiere (next Thursday, 9/8c on ABC), the actress opens up about her struggle to portray the darker side of her alter ego, reveals a surprising truth (at least it was to me) about Arizona’s fling with Leah and laments the soapy storyline that never came to pass.
Personally, I prefer this Arizona to just perpetually shiny happy Arizona. That’s probably an unpopular opinion, right? Let me know in the comments.
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Now that we’re awaiting the imminent arrival of the second half of Grey’s Anatomy season 10, the realness of Sandra Oh’s eventual exit is becoming more and more apparent. Check out this recent interview she and Kevin McKidd did with Access Hollywood!
I wonder what the feeling is like on set for Sandra and the rest of the cast knowing that it’s getting closer and closer to the time of her departure.