The U2 concert in Pasadena last night brought out many of Hollywood's biggest names. After a weekend with family, David Beckham attended with friends, while Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford turned up side-by-side. Paris Hilton came with her boyfriend Doug and sister Nicky, and Ashley Greene left the Gossip Girl gang to watch the show alongside fellow Twilighters Kellan Lutz and Cam Gigandet. Ryan Phillippe had a boys' evening out with BFF Breckin Meyer, as Olivia Wilde chatted with Ginnifer Goodwin. Orlando Bloom tried to go a little incognito as he played with a mask in the VIP lounge before the whole famous gang went to see Bono and the guys do their thing on stage.
The cast of Grey's Anatomy was back to work on set in LA yesterday. The group was filming a funeral scene for George O'Malley who everyone knows is off the show especially after his dramatic EW cover last week. Fresh off a successful weekend at the box office, Katherine Heigl was back in the thick of playing Izzie Stevens as a cancer survivor. Despite the grueling 17-hour days, Katherine looked happy to be back with all her costars. Ellen Pompeo's baby bump is going to be impossible to ignore when the show is back in the Fall and she looked perfectly cute in her tight black dress as she and Katherine were engrossed in their phones between takes. It wasn't all about the women however — Justin Chambers and Patrick Dempsey also acted in the scenes to pay their respects to George.
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Gerard Butler got silly with a giggling Katherine Heigl at the LA premiere of The Ugly Truth last night. Katherine showed off her new darker 'do to her BFF T.R. Knight and a few other costars from Grey's Anatomy. She didn't talk about the news of the Emmy nominations. After her year of ghost sex and brain tumors, it may have been surprising to not see her name on the list. Gerard was taking a break from work on The Bounty with Jennifer Aniston, and he opened up on the carpet about how they laugh about all the dating rumors. He had nothing but praise for Jen, as he's apparently quite friendly with many of his leading ladies.
Justin Chambers continued to enjoy all the perks of a tropical getaway in Hawaii on Friday — sipping drinks, soaking up sun, splashing around in the ocean. As he takes full advantage of his shirtless vacation time, the buzz about Grey's Anatomy is alive and well back on the mainland. The latest is that Katherine Heigl will be around next season, and whether or not you're happy about the news, Justin's on-screen persona will definitely be glad that Izzie is sticking around.
Justin Chambers showed off his tattoos as he went for a swim with his wife Keisha on vacation in Hawaii yesterday. He's on a Summer break from filming Grey's Anatomy and he'll have one less cast member around when he returns to work next season. T.R. Knight is apparently off the show and possibly heading to Broadway. Katherine Heigl's fate is still up in the air, but Justin can enjoy his getaway with Alex's spot at Seattle Grace still secured.
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The 100th episode of Grey's Anatomy has all the elements of a classic: there's a big tragedy that brings a lot of the doctors together, a few sweeping speeches, and a wedding that makes me cry despite lots of lapses of logic. It's not my favorite Grey's of the season, but if a measure of a good episode is whether I was a weepy mess by the end, then "What a Difference a Day Makes" is certainly good. Ready to talk about it? Just read more
Just like you, we were totally down on Grey's Anatomy at the beginning of the season, and were ready for it to be over, ghost sex and all. Then, all of a sudden over the past few weeks, we're totally wrapped up in it again. Shonda promised us that the Izzie plot line was going somewhere interesting — we're on the edge of our seats, and it goes without saying there are tears at the end of the episode.
They even found a way to breathe captivating new drama into Meredith and Derek's relationship. On the other hand, it took an awful lot of bad episodes to finally return to the good, and this show has tricked us into loving it before. So tell us, with another heart-wrenching episode tonight — do you think Grey's has its groove back?
This week's Grey's Anatomy is all about the things that haunt us — not actual ghosts this time, but more the psychic wounds that follow us around. For Derek, it's the fear that his medicine is doing more harm than good. For Owen, it's the things he saw in war that make it hard to live a normal life back home. And for Izzie, it's the thing in her brain — a thing that finally gets a name in this episode. Ready to talk about it? Just read more
It's solo surgery time on Grey's Anatomy this week, and that feeling of being all alone — often with someone else's life in your hands — runs all through this episode. Life as a surgical resident is lonely, it seems, unless you have the ghost of your dead boyfriend to keep you company. To talk about it, just read more