And we have another victim!
Honestly, we're so confused about why this photo hacker hasn't been stopped yet!
And it's starting to seem like no one in Hollywood is safe!
Such a sad thing to keep happening.
NBC’s Smash wasn’t lucky enough to get picked up for a third season, but despite its cancellation, we’re sure the ending is going to be AH-mazing!
The show’s star, Megan Hilty, revealed that one particularly big musical number, The Big Finish, will be especially gratifying:
It was no big surprise that NBC smashed Smashed to pieces.
But, it's still sad to see it go.
Yes, the network has finally let the show out of its misery and has cancelled it after two years of being on the air. NBC recently axed a slew of its network programming, so we had a feeling the show was on the chopping block.
But, what does the show's star, Katharine McPhee have to say about it?
We love Megan Hilty!
But we're not loving the outfit she wore to the opening night of Matilda The Musical in NYC on Thursday.
Though her animal print dress is cute and figure-flattering, it reminds us too much of her last red carpet ensem.
And the pattern and silhouette are way too similar to this look from earlier in the year.
It definitely makes sense to stick to what works, but the Smash actress has an AH-MAZING bod and would look gorgeous in all kinds of prints and colors.
We'd love to see her in something bright and vibrant for a change!
Heed our words for next time, Megan!
[Image via WENN.]
Smash star, Megan Hilty, is no stranger to center stage, but this time, she’s taking over radio waves. With the music video debut (above) of her single, No Cure, the singer-turned-actress-turned-singer bares her soul with honest, melancholy lyrics as she paces the confines of her apartment.
The new track can be found on Hilty’s It Happens All The Time debut album, available in stores now! In addition to this single, the record includes her takes on popular movie scores, Aimee Mann’s Wise Up from Magnolia and Damien Rice’s The Blower’s Daughter from Closer.
We’re liking Megan’s shift from Broadway, but do U think the song's a bit too sad and serious??
Oh no… it sounds like one show just might be headed for cancellation!
Just one month into season two, NBC’s Smash has not been doing too well in the ratings rat race and on Tuesday night, it hit a new series low!
The show dropped 22 percent in ratings, nearly tying the CW’s Hart Of Dixie — definitely not a good sign!
Compared to the show’s pilot episode, which raked in around 11 million viewers, just a little over 2 million viewers from Tuesday night’s episode is quite the decline!!!
With such a superstar cast and LOTS of dramz, what could’ve gone wrong?
[Image via NBC.]