She was loved, she was loathed, but Sami Brady was never ignored.
And Thursday, her final day in the fictional town of Salem, was no exception. As Sami left for Hollywood, Alison Sweeney, who played the character for 21 years, posted an emotional farewell to her fans on Facebook.
"We've been through a lot together, haven't we?" she wrote. "It was quite literally a dream come true for me … I'm proud of who I've become as a result of my 21 years in Salem."
Sam Rubin has started a conversation about the "F" word – fat – by acknowledging the double standard that exists regarding weight and gender.
The entertainment journalist penned an open letter for Medium titled "Do I Look Fat in This Airbrushed Picture?" after a traffic reporter on KTLA 5 Morning News made a comment about Rubin’s weight on-air.
Every week, a member of the Nashville cast will blog about the latest episode of the ABC hit. This week, Jonathan Jackson, who plays Avery Barkley, writes about his character's seemingly endless anger toward Juliette – and what it's like having to act inebriated all the time.
Big news from the world of '80s nostalgia: Pee-wee Herman himself, Paul Reubens, was a guest on The Tonight Show Wednesday, and he confirmed to host Jimmy Fallon that Pee-wee is once again headed to the big screen.
Yes, George R. R. Martin, we know that every man must die. But that doesn't make the deaths on Game of Thrones any less painful to watch. Fortunately, HBO just made sure that many of the fan favorites could stay around for a lot longer.
The principal stars of the hit HBO drama – who include Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow) – signed new contracts to keep them around for a potential seventh and final season (and give them massive raises), according to The Hollywood Reporter.