Typically when co-stars of the opposite sex are seen out at night on a date to the movies, relationship and hookup rumors are soon to follow.
But that's not the case with Katherine Heigl and her Grey's Anatomy pal T.R. Knight. With T.R. preferring the guys and Katherine happily engaged, it becomes quite evident that last night was simply two friends enjoying one another's company.
Grey’s Anatomy received ten nominations for the Emmy’s this year, and nothing was more heavily contested than Best Supporting Actress. Three stars from Grey’s (Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, and Chandra Wilson) were nominated for the category, and judging their reactions, it truly was a surprise.
In the end, it was the ‘Knocked Up’ star, Katherine Heigl, who stole the honors for her reprisal of the role of Isobel ‘Izzie’ Stevens. Heigl looked absolutely stunning in a white gown as she accepted her Emmy for Best Supporting Actress.
Racking up an extremely impressive 10 Emmy nominations, the hit drama series Grey's Anatomy will head into the start of its new season with some strong momentum. The breakdown for the individual nominations is as follows:
* Sandra Oh - Best Supporting Actress
* Katherine Heigl - Best Supporting Actress
* Chandra Wilson - Best Supporting Actress
* T.R. Knight - Best Supporting Actor
* Kate Burton - Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
* Elizabeth Reaser - Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Now officially released from 'Grey's Anatomy,' Isaiah Washington has opened up in an attempt to clear his name of the negativity currently associated with it. And the slurful former Dr. Preston Burke is coming out pointing fingers at his ex castmates.
In an interview on 'Larry King Live', Washington spoke of a heated dispute with co-star Patrick Dempsey, claiming that it all started as a result of Dr. McDreamy's inability to tell time.
If he wasn’t known for his role on Grey’s Anatomy, he was definitely known for the gay bashing. And now Isaiah Washington is complaining that Grey’s fired him over racism, rather than for the hate speech he committed.