“Nashville” star Hayden Panettiere is currently traveling around Croatia with her Ukranian boxer boyfriend/possible fiance Wladimir Klitschko. The happy couple is famous for their drastic height difference (she’s 5’1″, he’s 6’6″), and Hayden played up her diminutive stature by tweeting this picture of herself with a giant tub of Nutella with the caption, “Breakfast, anyone?” Yes, please! Pass me that gigantic spoon and let’s do this. [Daily Mail]
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m still feeling all tingly about Hayden Panettiere’s shockingly good performance in the “Nashville” series finale. This girl seriously deserves an Emmy, but for now the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards will have to do. Panettiere showed up to the London ceremony in this fabulous striped dress and stiletto booties, striking a perfect balance between trendy and sophisticated. And fellow short girls take note: this silhouette makes the famously small Hayden look much, much taller than she actually is. [Photo: Splash News]
“When I was younger, I was upset, and my dad said he wanted to show me something. He slammed one door of the bathroom, and the closet door popped open—it was a trick with the air. He said, ‘Whenever one door closes, another one always opens.’ So my tattoo means ‘Live without regrets.’ It’s not that you don’t regret things in life, but you at least try to learn from them. It’s misspelled too—so I literally have to live by that advice!”
–”Nashville” star Hayden Panettiere tells Glamour about the Italian phrase for “Live without regrets” that she has tattooed on her back. “Regrets” in Italian is spelled “rimpianti,” but Hayden’s tattoo reads “rimipianti.” Oops. [HuffPo via Glamour]
Sunday night, Hayden Panettiere showed up to the American Music Awards looking rather … different than usual. It took me a minute, but I finally realized what had changed. Hayden had discovered dark eyebrow pencil and has eschewed her California tan. Here, she’s wearing pencil in a shade or two darker than her normal brow and is embracing her inner paleness. Doesn’t it look dramatic?
Well, the premiere episode wasn’t a fluke — “Nashville” is the best show of the fall season and episode two did not disappoint. Grab yourself a tumbler of whiskey and let’s recap some of the best moments from last night’s episode!
Rayna’s begrudgingly supporting her husband Teddy’s bid for mayor, at least in public, but behind the scenes is steaming mad that her JR Ewing-esque daddy Lamar is so dismissive of her own career and is using Teddy as his puppet. After all, now is not the time for her to slack off — her new album hasn’t sold well, her tour doesn’t have the support of her label, and conniving pop-country upstart Juliette Barnes is after her man. Her band leader and former flame, Deacon, that is, who’s already fallen prey to Juliette’s feminine wiles and is possibly on the brink of being own over by her money too. In the clip above, Juliette and Deacon (playing a pricey new guitar she bought for him) practice a duet in the back of a pickup truck by a lake because obviously. Keep reading »
As y’all know (sorry, I’ll stop with the y’alls, I swear), I’m a hardcore fan of Connie Britton, so nothing was going to turn me off to her new show, “Nashville.” I also happen to be one of those California-raised Northeast transplants that fetishizes the South. I melt the moment Blake Shelton opens his mouth. I love to karaoke Tim McGraw’s “Something Like That.” Those accents are an instant panty dropper for me. I’ve never been anywhere in Texas besides their various airports, but I still like to say “Texas forever.” Don’t even get me started on Johnny, Dolly, Patsy, Waylon, and Merle, okay? You get the point. So a nighttime soap starring Connie Britton as a country star? Giddyup, I’m there. The great news is that “Nashville” is as good as the hype suggested, and features a complicated cast of characters and a multi-layered storyline that makes it so much more than “Smash” gone country. Let’s recap! Keep reading »