[quote]She looks amazing.
Except for those poor little matchstick legs.
Oy R1, do you stay here night and day to repeat the same factually accurate but essentially irrelevant post?
Then again you really are making a big difference to her career, therefore I am sure you must have even more hatred toward Psy, who hates the U.S., wrote a song about it and wants everyone in the U.S. killed. Right?
why is her head so big?
Her legs don't look bad R4
For Pinocchio, R7?
Is she the woman who has the voice that can cut glass?.
R9 helium voice.
Thank you R5.
She looks like she's going to have a stroke. Simmer down on the botox.
I expect a couple of blind items to come out of this.
I love her voice personally.
R6 Her head isn't big. Her body is miniature.
This is Kristin Chenoweth's voice, the one that matters. Her great comic Broadway coloratura soprano. She is as talented as they come, a bit too ambitious for certain things, hard to cast, too thin, not anti-gay at ALL and a friend of mine.
All I am going to say.
"Glitter and be Gay"
They had ZERO chemistry when they played Harold Hill and Marian the Librarian in the TV-movie remake of THE MUSIC MAN.
Plus Cheno on TV is the kiss of death - no series she's done has lasted more than one season (KRISTIN, PUSHING DAISIES - even though she won an Emmy for that one) and even her one episodes guest spot on THE GOOD WIFE ended with her getting seriously injured.
This one won't get past the pilot phase to become a series, trust me
I love her. I think she's talented and gorgeous, she is pro-gay. And she's a fiscal R, so what? So was Dixie Carter and Hal Holbrook, both of whom are beloved here at DL, and so is Delta Burke and her husband, everyone here also loves DB.
R20. You forget West Wing
Not sure how you know about that, Aaron at R22, since you'd already left when she arrived.
Sorkin only wrote the first four seasons of TWW. I know they had a very public private thing going, but she didn't coincide with him on the show.
She did, however, accuse him of lifting their arguments verbatim for some scenes in Studio 60, in which she was played by an actress of insultingly deficient talent.