It seems Viola Davis loves stopping by Ellen DeGeneres' around the Emmys, and despite not winning this year for Lead Actress in a Drama — YAY Tatiana Maslany — she appeared once again around the award show!
Sure, the segment was taped before the award show, but Davis still seemed to have a blast as she talked about acting — and why she won't do any more sex scenes on How To Get Away With Murder…
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But what she really wanted to tell Ellen about was her daughter's love of Beyoncé!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to see the Emmy nominee tell Ellen ALL about her daughter's devastated reaction to not seeing Bey in concert!
Now THIS is #SquadGoals!
On Monday, Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie, and Viola Davis attended the Suicide Squad World Premiere at the Beacon Theater in New York!
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While the supermodel showed MAJOR skin with a cut-out Anthony Vaccarello dress and H.Stern jewels, Miz Robbie wore an Alexander McQueen gown decorated with a gold unicorn, which she flawlessly styled with a dark pout and "EVIL" Red Carpet Manicure nails! Not to be outdone, the How To Get Away With Murder star looked beautiful in silver!
Overall, each outfit reflected each actress' personality! Moral of the story is to stay true to your style!
To see each gown up close, ch-ch-check out the batch photos (above)!
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Move over Scandal! It's HTGAWM's turn for a scandal — er, let's say controversy as to not be confusing…
When Viola Davis became the first black woman to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama back in 2015, she cemented How to Get Away with Murder's place in history.
Unfortunately, the hit ABC mystery might be a little too progressive for the rest of the world, because one of the show's gay sex scenes just got seriously censored over in Italy!
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Leading Italian network Rai 2 apparently wasn't comfortable broadcasting a love scene between Connor (Jack Falahee) and Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) over the weekend, so they decided to air a shorter, edited version instead Friday night.
However, cast and crew heard the complaints from LGBT Shondaland fans and were quick to address the situation on social media, saying:
It's that time again!
The worst thing about the end of every month is that we have to say goodbye to some great TV shows and movies on Netflix…
But the best thing is the slew of new shows and flicks that are added to the streaming service! And we're getting some great ones in April!
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Sure we have to say goodbye to great flicks like Léon: The Professional, and Half Baked – and let's not forget Paris Hilton's masterpiece, House of Wax, LOLz — but in return we're getting season two of both Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt AND How To Get Away With Murder. Plus they're adding AH-Mazing movies like V for Vendetta and The Shawshank Redemption!
Ch-ch-check out the list of all the movies and shows that are coming and going on Netflix in April (below)!
Annalise Keating never seems to disappoint!
In Thursday night's season two finale of How To Get Away With Murder titled Anna Mae, there were plenty of twists, turns, and shocking moments to make even Shondaland fans gasp!
In the beginning of the episode, Annalise (Viola Davis) returns home to Memphis, Tennessee to visit her mother Ophelia (Cicely Tysony) and confesses to her that she had a baby and it died.
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While that served as an incredibly emotional moment in the show, it certainly wasn't the most shocking!
Not too surprisingly, that moment goes to Annalise as well when she reveals
On Thursday, Hillary Clinton got a pretty huge endorsement when Shonda Rhimes and the leads from her hits Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder, and Grey's Anatomy all vocalized their support for the Presidential hopeful. LOVES it!
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In the collaboration of our dreams, Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, and Ellen Pompeo all explained how the former Secretary of State is just like a real life Shondaland character. AH-Mazing!
Not to mention, they also highlighted EXACTLY why they are standing with the "champion for all of us." Hear, hear!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the powerful endorsement vid for yourself (below) and also let us know if you want H.C. to cameo in one of Shonda's shows.