We're not sure WHY these people are famous, but we are definitely here for the drama!
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See the ego blows (below)!
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It's great to see Hayden Panettiere doing so well!
On Thursday, Hayden took to Good Morning America to discuss where she stands in her battle with postpartum depression.
According to Panettiere, she found strength and comfort in the character she plays on her hit show Nashville — especially since the fictional Juliette Barnes also happens to struggle with postpartum — so it's truly a case of art imitating life.
Hayden explained to the GMA hosts:
We're so excited!
It's been a crazy year for Nashville fans, but now that all that cancellation crap is behind us, we can focus on the new season right around the corner!
CMT just released a new preview of Nashville's fifth season and Hayden sure looks TERRIFIED as she hits some turbulence! Don't worry though, our answers are only a few weeks away as it premieres on January 5 at 9 p.m. EST!
Ch-ch-check out the new trailer (above) and let us know if you'll be tuning in to see what drama Rayna and Juliette get into this season!
We LOVES seeing Hayden Panettiere with this huge smile on her face!
On Tuesday night, the fresh-faced 27-year-old stepped out with her beau Wladimir Klitschko at The Daily Front Row's opening of The Faena Art Dome just months after the actress sought treatment for postpartum depression.
This also serves as the couple's first public appearance together since those pesky breakup rumors circulated over the summer!
As you can see (above), the pair was all smiles as they enjoyed the night out in Miami for the beginning of Art Basel. Adorbs!
And it seems the parents of baby Kaya have been living it up abroad as well, as the Nashville star shared a photo from their trip to Jerusalem on Tuesday:
What a beautiful smile!
Cheesin' hard while mid-float in the famous Dead Sea bordered by Jordan, Israel and Palestine, the Nashville starlet looks so happy!
As you may recall, the momma of one announced in May she has been seeking holistic treatment for her postpartum depression after checking into rehab for it over a year ago.
Get ready, Nashville fans!
On Thursday, CMT dropped the first promo for the country music drama's fifth season. And, any fans who feared Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere wouldn't return for the upcoming installment can now rest easy!
The new clip shows the actresses' characters, along with those of fellow cast members Charles Esten, Chris Carmack, Clare Bowen, Lennon Stella, and Sam Palladio reflecting on all the drama they've caused.
Spliced between glamour shots of the cast, the teaser also gives us glimpses of some of the intense, emotional, and crazy scenes to come!
While you eagerly wait for Nashville's two-hour Season 5 premiere — slated for January 5 — ch-ch-check out the new promo (above)!
Hayden Panettiere is finally done with that strange dog sitter lawsuit filed back in July.
You may recall, the 27-year-old actress hired and paid a whopping $119,335.88 to Tia Brooks to care for two rescue dogs for SIX YEARS until they found forever homes.
Brooks later filed a suit in small claims court saying Miz Panettiere still owed her $8,500 — which the actress said was completely bogus as Tia was supposedly still charging her even after the dogs were out of the sitter's care.
TMZ now reports the lawsuit was quietly settled with Hayden dishing out half of the requested balance ($4,250) to Brooks.
We just hope those pups are in good hands now…
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It's about time!
On Tuesday, word broke out that transgender actress Jen Richards has been cast in a recurring role on the upcoming fifth season of Nashville on CMT!
Richards will play Allyson Del Lago, a physical therapist who assists one of the series regulars. This is CMT's first transgender character, and the first time they will feature an openly transgender actor.
If you think you've seen the actress/writer/producer before, you have! Not only did she appear on Caitlyn Jenner's now-cancelled reality TV show I Am Cait, she made headlines when she criticized Mark Ruffalo's film Anything for having a cisgender actor (Matt Bomer) play someone trans.
Season five of Nashville begins January 5.
We are so proud of Jen, and we can't wait to see more trans visibility on television!
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