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DC talks with Bitchy Bangs Melissa Fumero at OLTL press day!

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Ah, the amazing origin of “Bitchy Bangs”, the dubious nickname given by Daytime Confidential’s Luke Kerr, to Adriana Cramer’s change of  ‘tude” and new “do” back in 2008.   Now it comes full circle as DC’s Jillian Bowe visited with Melissa Fumero direct from the press day in New York today when One Life opened its door for media to interview the Cramer gals: Fumero, DePaiva, the returning Tognoni, Strasser and Bonnarigo.   Read some excepts from the chat!

Melissa Fumero on her transformation to love-t0-hate bitch wich coincided with her new hairdo!” It was so hilarious how everything happened at the same time. Basically, my contract was up and I had a little break before I came back as recurring to finish my storyline. I was there until June or whatever. So on the break, I got this feeling and all of a sudden, “I’m not under contract! I’m going to cut my hair. I’m going to cut bangs! I’m not going to ask permission!” So I did! [Laughs] Four years and I got my moment of rebellion! [Laughs]. So I came back and everyone loved it and whatever. When I came back and I saw the script, all of a sudden Adriana was standing up for herself and being bitchy and then there was more standing up for herself and being stronger and kind of taking the reigns, and saying, “I’m not going to lose my man”, and I thought, “Perfect, I got this sassy haircut and their making Adriana sassy, finally.” It was just a kind of weird coincidence that those two things happened and then I don’t remember if the fans started saying “Bitchy Bangs” first…

Melissa Fumero on how the phrase” Bitchy Bangs” caught fire: “So then it caught on, and then they wrote it in the script, and I said, “Oh my God! Are you really going to make me say this?” I thought it was funny because people had already started calling me that, but I remember the line and I had to sort of toss it away because it was very obvious. I was like, “Are you really going to make me say this? Am I really going to acknowledge this?” I though it was fun and funny, I loved that Adriana became “Bitchy Bangs!”

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CW’s ‘Dynasty’ Season Four Premiere Date Announced

Finally, CW’s Dynasty will be back with its highly-anticipated fourth season as the drama of the Carringtons and company continues in this reboot of the original ABC version of the 80’s.

Announced today, Dynasty will return on Friday May 7th in the 9pm slot.  Its lead in will be Charmed.

You can check out the social media reveal of the premiere date for the new season with a little comment from series star, Elizabeth Gillies (Fallon).

So, glad to know more Dynasty will be on the way? Comment below.

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Rome Flynn Joins Netflix Series ‘Dear White People’ for its Fourth and Final Season

Daytime Emmy-winner and former How to Get Away with Murder star, Rome Flynn, will be part of the fourth and final season of Netflix’s Dear White People.

Flynn who played Zende on The Bold and the Beautiful and Gabriel Maddox on HTGWM will now recur in the role of David, opposite Antoinette Robertson.

Dear White People is set against the backdrop of a predominantly white Ivy League university where racial tensions bubble just below the surface. The satirical series — which picks up where the 2014 Sundance hit left off – follows a group of Winchester University’s students of color as they navigate a diverse landscape of social injustice, cultural bias, political correctness (or lack thereof) and activism in the millennial age.

Rome joins a cast that includes: Marques Richardson, Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, Robertson, DeRon Horton, John Patrick Amedori and Ashley Blaine Featherson.

Deadline broke the casting news.   No word yet on a season premiere date.

Following the reveal of his new gig, Flynn tweeted: “Being apart of this final season of @DearWhitePeople is crazy. This is one of my favorite shows. again. I’m honored. @netflix #DWP”

So, will you be checking out Rome on Dear White People? Comment below.

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‘This Is Us’ Star Mandy Moore Welcomes Baby Boy

Actress and singer, Mandy Moore is a mom!  The This is Us star, where she plays Rebecca, welcomed her first child along with her husband Taylor Goldsmith.

On Tuesday, Moore took to her Instagram account to make the new bundle of joy announcement and that she had a boy named Gus.

Mandy expressed: “Gus is here. Our sweet boy, August Harrison Goldsmith. He was punctual and arrived right on his due date, much to the delight of his parents. We were prepared to fall in love in all sorts of brand new ways, but it goes beyond anything we could have ever imagined.  M + T”

Moore’s husband is the lead singer of the folk-rock band, Dawes.

Share your congrats and well-wishes to Mandy, Taylor and the newest addition to their family, Gus, via the comment section.

 

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