Friday, June 13, 2008

My Weekend Crush

I’m shamelessly stealing this idea from Dorothy Surrenders, whose weekend crush this weekend is: Cat Cora, who definitely looks cute and she plays for our team!

This week, I watched the Heroes' episode "Chapter Nine: Cautionary Tales" with Kristen Bell as the cold, seemingly heartless killer and she nailed it! I love her in this role, because she gets to play this sexy antihero and she does a great job. Kristen became famous starring in Veronica Mars as a high school student who solves mysteries as a private detective in her free time. I always really liked Veronica Mars because the character was a strong young woman who was not necessarily popular. Unfortunately, Veronica Mars aired on a TV channel which we only had for some time, so I haven't seen all episodes. In 2006, Kristen won the Saturn award for best actress for Veronica Mars.

Kristen Bell is a vegetarian and even though she always plays very young, she's actually nearly 28 years old. She can also sing, she performed "Fame" at the Emmy Awards in 2005 and sang "One way or another" in an episode of Veronica Mars. Most recently, Kristen has starred in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", a movie I'll probably not watch. Kristen will return to our TV-screens in the new season of Heroes as Elle Bishop and I'm really looking forward to watching the episodes with her because she is really good in that role. Plus, I think she has one of the cutest smiles on TV right now (even though she's technically not on TV right now).

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V. said...


I've just stumbled onto your site via your afterellen signature link and thought I'd leave a comment ^^ I've always liked Ms. Snarker's "My Weekend Crush" posts and so I enjoyed reading yours aswell.
By the way, I think it's great you're organising this event about homosexuality at your university. I've done some research at my university and there's no LGBT group or anything like that at all either, and I swear all of the people around me are straight as sticks. If there were any interesting events in my area, I'd love to go there.
I wish you good luck! =)

Nelfy said...

Thanks!! Yeah, I think it's sad that those organizations don't exist in every city or at every university, because statistically, 5-10% of the population is homosexual. That's why I'm trying to make a difference!