As several of the Glee seniors have graduated and probably will not be on much next season (unless their names are Lea Michele, Cory Monteith or Chris Colfer), what are the chances of any of these actors making it big in a new project? Such as Dianna Agron, Amber Riley, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr. and Naya Rivera? Do you think any of them are ready to achieve success elsewhere?
Dear Alumni Association:
Viva le class of 2012! Well…viva for some; others will be begging to return to their Glee digs as soon as they see what the cold, cruel world is really like. Cory, Chris and, yes, Lea too will stay safe—for now—on the small screen, but here are my predictions: Dianna will be fine (she already has some credits doing movies). And Naya won't let her star fade without a fight. Uh, good luck to the rest of 'em.
Mr. Method himself, George Clooney, is my favorite Shade of Grey... .
—just sayin' D
Dear Fifty Shades Wacker:
When you say Grey, you mean really grey, babe. George is more likely to play Christian's dad then step into the red room himself. But what I'm really curious about is why you brought method acting into all the S&M fun. Just a secret fantasy of yours? Or do you suspect something about Stacy Keibler's dude?
What are King Schlong's chances of getting some Academy attention this awards season? Is he as desperate as ever?
Dear Take Two:
Better than last year, actually. Keep your fingers crossed for him—you know he will be.
I have been a loyal reader for a long while now. I love your column! It's my escape from reality. Speaking of fiction vs. reality, I have recently become a huge Vampire Diaries fan. I know I'm late to the party. I was shocked to find out Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley weren't a couple in real life—not sure why, because they're smoking hot together! So after reading they're fellow Vicers, now I'm dying to know more! Did they ever hook up offscreen and the same chemistry onscreen didn't translate off? Much love to ya!
Dear Bite Me:
It's hardly the sexiest of Vices, Michelle, which means that nope, the two don't have a history of swapping spit…or anything else. Their chemistry is exclusively for TV viewers, whereas Nina has parlayed whatever sexy stuff she can muster with Ian Somerhalder into the real world.
While Private Practice may be losing some docs in truly dramatic fashion (though not as scandalous as its Grey's Anatomy peers, that's for sure), our dear Addison is not the booted baddie. Good guess, babe, you're on the right track.
I'm willing to bet that there is more than one woman out there hurt by Adam Levine who does not think he just loves all women. Takes more than just rolling around naked to love women, Adam; how about a little respect too? Sorry, Ted…that was more of a rant than a question.
Dear Men Are From Mars:
I hate to assume, but is this Anne V?! Either way, I think Adam's heart is more or less in the right spot; sometimes he just thinks with the wrong head. But a playboy can change his stripes eventually, right?