12:55 PM EDT 03/27/2015
Originally posted 03/05/2015 05:00PM
It's every Gladiator's dream come true: a guest spot on Scandal and a smooch from Kerry Washington.
Lena Dunham posted a behind-the-scenes shot of her buzzy guest appearance on ABC's political drama, and you'll barely recognize the Girls star in an auburn wig and Olivia Pope-style tweed jacket.
Originally posted 02/25/2015 01:55PM
A number of celebrities are standing behind Zendaya following Giuliana Rancic's controversial remarks on Monday's Fashion Police.
Originally posted 02/22/2015 09:00PM
The Scandal star channels her famous TV alter ego
Originally posted 02/20/2015 04:00PM
From Brooklyn to the Beltway, Lena Dunham is headed to Scandal!
PEOPLE has confirmed that the Girls creator and star, 28, will make an appearance on the Washington, D.C., drama this March, as first reported by EW.com.
Details are scant, but some connection with Olivia Pope & Associates is likely for Dunham's character – not entirely surprising since everyone from Washington, D.C., to Zanzibar has a connection to the cabal of fixers.
Originally posted 02/19/2015 11:45PM
Washington's best white hat wearer finally got a white knight to save her – but who?
Fitz (Tony Goldwyn)? Jake (Scott Foley)? Her gladiators: Huck (Guillermo Díaz), Abby (Darby Stanchfield) and Quinn (Katie Lowes)? A returned Papa Pope (Joe Morton)? Or even a resurrected Harrison (Columbus Short)?
Nope. In an unexpected but truly lovely twist, Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) was rescued by Stephen (Henry Ian Cusick), who departed Scandal after season 1, apparently falling in with some resourceful Russian mobsters.
Originally posted 02/13/2015 01:15AM
And you think eBay is stressful.
Thursday night's episode of Scandal saw the nail-biting – and blood-splattering, but we'll get to that later – online bidding war over Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington).
Basically every terrorist ever wanted a piece of Pope, who's now publicly proven to be President Fitz's (Tony Goldwyn) weakness – and thus, the United States of America's.
Originally posted 02/05/2015 11:45PM
Think the vice president has no real power? Not in Shondaland.
On Thursday's episode of Scandal, VP Andrew Nichols (Jon Tenney) was revealed to be the evil mastermind behind Olivia's (Kerry Washington) kidnapping, and he quietly took over the White House in a coup that reduced President Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) to his puppet.
Most Scandalous Moments Well, that was fast! Just one episode after Liv was snatched, Andrew came forward as her kidnapper, demanding that Fitz declare war on West Angola – or else, Liv would die in 48 hours. Naturally, this was why he and Elizabeth (Portia de Rossi) had her followed this whole season: to advance the Republican agenda. Stay classy.
Originally posted 02/05/2015 04:00PM
For Olivia Pope's kidnapper on Scandal, international conflict comes pretty cheap: $1.
That's how much Ian (Jason Butler Harner) bets Liv (Kerry Washington) when she flatly tells him the plan to force President "Fitz" Grant's hand is a nonstarter: "It's not going to work, using me as bait. He won't do it. He won't go to war. The President doesn't negotiate with terrorists."
Of course, Liv was singing a different song to Ian last week when she thought he was a fellow hostage.
Originally posted 02/05/2015 01:05PM
The actress covers the March issue of InStyle and dishes on her red carpet choices, life as a working mom and more
Originally posted 02/05/2015 07:40AM
The actress opens up about her style, the The Limited's spring Scandal collection and more!
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