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Connie Britton in a high school production of Hello Dolly. [via]

Amazing even in high school. Why are we not surprised?

imwithkanye:

Connie Britton in a high school production of Hello Dolly. [via]

Amazing even in high school. Why are we not surprised?

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Will is GayGunnar’s new BFF isn’t your everyday country singer with a broken heart — he’s totally into dudes! Truth be told, him putting the moves on Gunnar was pretty hot, too. Sure, he’s not super famous yet, therefore making this scandal low-stakes, but think about how great this will be if Rayna makes him a superstar.Grade: For now, somewhere around a B… but potentially, A+ for sure.Read more: Nashville: Grading Season 1’s Scandals

Will is Gay
Gunnar’s new BFF isn’t your everyday country singer with a broken heart — he’s totally into dudes! Truth be told, him putting the moves on Gunnar was pretty hot, too. Sure, he’s not super famous yet, therefore making this scandal low-stakes, but think about how great this will be if Rayna makes him a superstar.
Grade: For now, somewhere around a B… but potentially, A+ for sure.

Read more: 
Nashville: Grading Season 1’s Scandals

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Juliette ElopesJuliette dating Sean “Tim Tebow” Butler was a season highlight. We knew we liked the direction of the storyline when the writers finally showed us a soft side to Juliette after she paid off a paparazzo to not sell unflattering pictures of her man… but having the two crazy kids elope so that Sean would have sex with her, and then our girl turning into a runaway bride? Just plain brilliant.Grade: A. Even if the annulment demands that followed were a bit far-fetched, the show made up for it with Juliette’s character development.
Read more: Nashville: Grading Season 1’s Scandals

Juliette Elopes
Juliette dating Sean “Tim Tebow” Butler was a season highlight. We knew we liked the direction of the storyline when the writers finally showed us a soft side to Juliette after she paid off a paparazzo to not sell unflattering pictures of her man… but having the two crazy kids elope so that Sean would have sex with her, and then our girl turning into a runaway bride? Just plain brilliant.
Grade: A. Even if the annulment demands that followed were a bit far-fetched, the show made up for it with Juliette’s character development.

Read more: Nashville: Grading Season 1’s Scandals

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Scarlett O’Connor (Nashville)Pros: Dedicated, talented, self-starter, best voice in town.Cons: May actually be a woodland creature.
Read more: Valentine’s Day 2013: Most Eligible Singles on TV

Scarlett O’Connor (Nashville)
Pros: Dedicated, talented, self-starter, best voice in town.
Cons: May actually be a woodland creature.

Read more: Valentine’s Day 2013: Most Eligible Singles on TV

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1. Rayna vs. Juliette (Nashville) This show gets bogged down in far too much stupidity about mayoral races and characters we don’t care about, when the only thing we really want to see is this reluctant duo constantly trade barbs. From the priceless mock-offended look on Rayna’s face when Juliette dissed her lack of a private plane to the blatant dismissal of Juliette’s talent, we only want more any more of them butting heads and producing what are arguably the best songs on the show.
Read more: TWoP 10: TV Rivalries We Love Now

1. Rayna vs. Juliette (Nashville
This show gets bogged down in far too much stupidity about mayoral races and characters we don’t care about, when the only thing we really want to see is this reluctant duo constantly trade barbs. From the priceless mock-offended look on Rayna’s face when Juliette dissed her lack of a private plane to the blatant dismissal of Juliette’s talent, we only want more any more of them butting heads and producing what are arguably the best songs on the show.

Read more: TWoP 10: TV Rivalries We Love Now

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Deacon asks if there’s anything he can do, and Rayna smiles as she says no. Even though he could TOTALLY start making out with her right now! But I guess this isn’t the right time, blah blah blah. […] The eye-fucking while all this is happening is considerable. The scene ends with Deacon telling Rayna that the girls may think that Teddy makes the world go round, but they wouldn’t even have a world without her. It is my constant fear that this show is going to get cancelled before these two get together.

- Potes, Nashville 1-8 “Where He Leads Me” Recap

Deacon asks if there’s anything he can do, and Rayna smiles as she says no. Even though he could TOTALLY start making out with her right now! But I guess this isn’t the right time, blah blah blah. […] The eye-fucking while all this is happening is considerable. The scene ends with Deacon telling Rayna that the girls may think that Teddy makes the world go round, but they wouldn’t even have a world without her. It is my constant fear that this show is going to get cancelled before these two get together.

- Potes, Nashville 1-8 “Where He Leads Me” Recap

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Objectively, I think that Scarlett has the best voice of the female leads, but this is not her jam. It’s like Bieber singing “Folsom Prison Blues.” No. Nyet. Nein. It’s not “Ring of Glowing Votive Candles,” nor “Ring of Fairy Dust.” And she smiles so hard through the whole thing that she actually turns cross-eyed. If I were in that audience, I’d throw a casserole dish of pink macaroni directly at her head.

-Potes, Nashville 1-7 “Lovesick Blues” Recap

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