Kerry Washington wears Zuhair Murad to the 2011 VH1 Do Something Awards
(via fyeahkerrywashington)Source: dresslover
they joke, they laugh, they share books. can they be any cuter? i’m thinking no.
kerry and her mom valerie answer questions for usa today at alice’s tea cup in nyc.
I’m not sure when this was initially posted, but I’m reblogging it because it’s Kerry Washington! (Do I need a reason?) Oh and her mom is regal, that’s all.Source: fyeahkerrywashington
Who knew I’d be so addicted to Tumblr and so fast!
Anyhow let me tell you about how my sister and I hustled to see Kerry Washington in Race! I knew that her last night in the play was Sunday June 13, but there was no way I was going to let my girl crush Kerry Washington end her run without me seeing her. So my sister and I hit the web, looking for discounts to the play and when we found the one that we could both afford, we hit a snag because the seats were really crappy. Luckily she knew to call the theater and we ended up two seats from where we would’ve been! (Those two rows made a world of difference!)
So even though my sister MISSED the beginning (crazy story about NYC traffic, etc) from curtain up to curtain down I was transfixed by the dialogue playing out in front of my eyes. And even though Kerry Washington didn’t even speak for about the first 5 minutes or so, I couldn’t stop staring at her! She was just moving around on stage, whether pacing, or sitting down to watch the discussion between David Alan Grier and James Spader. She’s so pretty! But her character (I won’t give anything away) throws you for a loop!
If you are one of those people who tries to say that race doesn’t exist, then don’t even bother going to see this play. If you don’t like the N word, then I caution you that you’re going to hear that word a lot. If you are offended by swearing in general, then I’ve got bad news for you: There’s a SHITLOAD of swearing in this play. But I don’t think it’s at all gratuitious. The language seemed appropriate for the setting of the play (a law office) and it didn’t seem at all fake, which worked for me.
All in all, the play seemed to move really fast because by the time it’s over, I found myself in denial that it was about an hour and forty minutes later! Good times. I’m really happy that I got to see the cast before they moved on to different projects. And of course I’m happy that I got to see Kerry in it. I love her because she’s not one of those actresses that you hear all kinds of salacious, sordid details about when they go out and such. Whenever she’s at an awards show, or funtion to that effect, she’s always so Classy! I feel like we could be friends (in my head anyway) lol
Ok enough about that, Race was a good time! And yay me for posting (or reblogging) so much that I check Tumblr on my Iphone compulsively during the day!