Wow! It's finally here!
And it looks like we were right! The duo did collaborate on an editorial for the latest issue!
Kimmy and Kara Cara pose for the cover with wet hair, eyebrows on fleek, and completely bare faces.
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Isaiah was fired from the show after making repeated homophobic and derogatory remarks back in 2007.
But, now, he's speaking out about the recent firing of Brooke Smith, one of the show's gay characters.
Washington says, "I looked at a brilliant actress, whom I have adored since I first saw her in Silence of the Lambs. For her to be treated this way, I find very interesting."
Washington adds, "The fact is that, just before the holidays, you have a mother, a wonderful actress removed from a steady income without the proper reasoning behind it… You look at the way another consummate professional [is] being treated because her character, her story line [has] potentially made producers uncomfortable."
And the delusional former cast mate continues, "Now that I see what they're doing to a show that I love and I care about, I think it's disgusting. The fact that Shonda has been put in this position is extremely unfair. It's unfortunate because it was probably, at the time, the most progressive show on television. Now I see it [being] systematically torn apart. Bring Burke back!"
Oh, and here's the best part, asked if he'd return to the show, despite all the drama, Isaiah says, "Absolutely!"
Of course he would. No work means no money!
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