10 Best Celebrity Political Endorsements: From Stephen King to Diddy and More

Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm election, celebrities made their closing arguments Sunday for their favorite candidates and causes — or for voting in general.

Stephen King asked Iowans to vote against the like-named Rep. Steve King “for personal reasons”: He said he’s “tired of being confused with this racist dumbbell.”

Iowans, for personal reasons I hope you’ll vote Steve King out. I’m tired of being confused with this racist dumbbell.

— Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 4, 2018

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Diddy officially endorsed Stacey Abrams for Georgia governor, saying, “It’s time to fight back.”

Attention Georgia!!! I’m officially endorsing @staceyabrams for Governor. She is without a doubt the right person for the job. But the only way this can happen is if you get out and vote. Let your voice be heard, don’t let anything stop you from voting!! IT’S TIME TO FIGHT BACK. pic.twitter.com/BkaHsEK1kd

— Diddy (@Diddy) November 4, 2018

Adam Scott got right to the point about his feelings for Abrams.

I F**KIN’ LOVE YOU @staceyabrams https://t.co/gvBMzCLY2u

— Adam Scott (@mradamscott) November 4, 2018

Chelsea Handler called Illinois congressional candidate Lauren Underwood “an inspirational leader,” who “needs us to help her amplify.”

Illinois-This woman is neck in neck for her race, and she needs us to help her amplify. She is an inspirational leader and deserves this seat. It’s time for real representation in Congress. https://t.co/Cr7whnIfmg

— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) November 4, 2018

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Zachary Quinto supported Emily Skopov, who is running for state representative in Pennsylvania. He calls Skopov “an everyday citizen compelled to run for office because of the restrictive discriminatory and self-serving policies of the old guard straight white men who have clung to power for far too long.”

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i’m so grateful i got to launch today’s canvas for emily skopov! she is running for state representative in pennsylvania’s 28th district and is an incredible example of democracy in action. an everyday citizen compelled to run for office because of the restrictive discriminatory and self-serving policies of the old guard straight white men who have clung to power for far too long. she is within striking distance of defeating her opponent on tuesday and i couldn’t be more excited to support her and all that she represents – including women’s rights – lbtq rights – education – and important governance reform such as #fairmaps GET UP! GET OUT! VOTE! @emily4pa @demredistrict

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Several stars including Jodie Foster, Kyra Sedgwick and Eric McCormack got behind Katie Hill, who is a congressional candidate in Santa Clarita, California.

I cannot WAIT to go knock@on doors for @KatieHill4CA in #CA25 tomorrow at 9AM!! If you’re in the neighborhood,join me and help #TakeBackTheHouse https://t.co/8LxndYPCYy

— kyra sedgwick (@kyrasedgwick) November 4, 2018

It was great to connect, and remind people how crucial their #VOTE is. Early voting at Lancaster Library till 4 pm today, folks! @KatieHill4CA #VoteBlue2018 https://t.co/Ms3jOLS4cj

— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) November 4, 2018

America Ferrera and Zoe Saldana urged Latino voters to get to the polls:

We’re heading to Miami, FL to rally the Latino Vote!  Meet us at Ball and Chain at 4:00pm https://t.co/fDLPoM1XY1 Join us!  And follow our journey on @nowthisnews #LatinosStandUp @evalongoria @hereisgina @rosariodawson @zoesaldana pic.twitter.com/4KK6gOTvvE

— America Ferrera (@AmericaFerrera) November 4, 2018

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Mark Ruffallo urged voters to “stand for Standing Rock” Native Americans in the Dakotas:

This is another moment to stand for Standing Rock. Native people are here, they’re resilient, and despite the laws trying to suppress them, they’re ready to vote.

Text STAND to 788683 to take the #StandNVote pledge. Let’s bring this home. pic.twitter.com/mHYLqrkQ4u

— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) November 4, 2018

And Bellamy Young was “knocking on doors & talking w/ my North Carolina family about the need to vote for #fairmaps candidates”:

State and local politics affect our daily lives just as much as what happens in Washington. That’s why I’m home today knocking on doors & talking w/ my #NorthCarolina family about the need to vote for #fairmaps candidates all the way down the ballot on Election Day!???????????? pic.twitter.com/HK7UfBnWKC

— Bellamy Young (@BellamyYoung) November 4, 2018

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Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm election, celebrities made their closing arguments Sunday for their favorite candidates and causes — or for voting in general.

Stephen King asked Iowans to vote against the like-named Rep. Steve King “for personal reasons”: He said he’s “tired of being confused with this racist dumbbell.”

Diddy officially endorsed Stacey Abrams for Georgia governor, saying, “It’s time to fight back.”

Adam Scott got right to the point about his feelings for Abrams.

Chelsea Handler called Illinois congressional candidate Lauren Underwood “an inspirational leader,” who “needs us to help her amplify.”

Zachary Quinto supported Emily Skopov, who is running for state representative in Pennsylvania. He calls Skopov “an everyday citizen compelled to run for office because of the restrictive discriminatory and self-serving policies of the old guard straight white men who have clung to power for far too long.”

View this post on Instagram

i’m so grateful i got to launch today’s canvas for emily skopov! she is running for state representative in pennsylvania’s 28th district and is an incredible example of democracy in action. an everyday citizen compelled to run for office because of the restrictive discriminatory and self-serving policies of the old guard straight white men who have clung to power for far too long. she is within striking distance of defeating her opponent on tuesday and i couldn’t be more excited to support her and all that she represents – including women’s rights – lbtq rights – education – and important governance reform such as #fairmaps GET UP! GET OUT! VOTE! @emily4pa @demredistrict

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Several stars including Jodie Foster, Kyra Sedgwick and Eric McCormack got behind Katie Hill, who is a congressional candidate in Santa Clarita, California.

America Ferrera and Zoe Saldana urged Latino voters to get to the polls:

Mark Ruffallo urged voters to “stand for Standing Rock” Native Americans in the Dakotas:

And Bellamy Young was “knocking on doors & talking w/ my North Carolina family about the need to vote for #fairmaps candidates”:

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Michael Rapaport Gives Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio Advice on Voter Outreach: 'You're Being Too Calm' (Video)

Carl Reiner Wants to 'Stick Around' Until 2020 So He Can Vote Trump Out (Video)

Taylor Swift Encourages Fans to Vote Against 'Fear-Based Extremism' After Casting Ballot for Tennessee Democrat

John Oliver's Plug for Vote411 Sparks Huge 2000 Percent Spike for Voter Information Site

‘Bernard and Huey’ Film Review: Jules Feiffer’s Cartoon Characters Don’t Translate to Three Dimensions

“I can’t decide which one of you is more narcissistic” is a line from Dan Mirvish’s adaptation of Jules Feiffer’s comic strip “Bernard and Huey,” and it’s one of two pieces bits of dialogue — amidst a roaring avalanche of verbiage, mind you — that neatly encapsulates the experience of watching this movie.

The other line is “Do you really believe this s–t, or are you just talking?”

“Bernard and Huey” is the story of Bernard (Jim Rash, “Community”), a 49-year-old editor of historical non-fiction, with an active sex life and not much else. He’s been living in his apartment for a whole five years, and he hasn’t even bothered to get a table yet. One night there’s a knock on Bernard’s door, and he’s surprised to discover his estranged college friend Huey (David Koechner, “Krampus”) on the other side, waving around fistfuls of cash and looking for a place to stay.

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Huey isn’t a wandering vagrant. Since his philandering days in college he’s become a wealthy, philandering businessman with an understandably unhappy wife named Aggie (Bellamy Young, “Scandal”) and a daughter Huey hasn’t seen in 15 years, Zelda (Mae Whitman), who is also unhappy. When we first meet Huey he is literally fleeing his responsibilities to his family. So he takes refuge with Bernard, and that’s when things get awkward.

Bernard and Huey were, in college, the sort of friends that everybody struggles to explain. Even Bernard isn’t entirely certain why they knew each other. Huey was a handsome playboy/operator type, with a literal little black book of women’s names, punctuated by descriptive sentence fragments to help him keep them straight. Bernard was, he willingly admits, a wimp, who struggles to successfully woo the women Huey sends his way. (Maybe taking them to see films like “Shoah,” which Bernard thinks is probably a kind of French musical, is partly to blame.)

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But they’re adults now, and it looks on the surface as though the situation has reversed. Huey may be more financially successful, and has more family to show for his time on Earth, but Bernard is more confident and sexually promiscuous, and that’s all either of them seem to care about. Forcing them into the same apartment together brings back all their old rhythms and jealousies, and before long they’re both making terrible choices.

Bernard leaves his girlfriend to date Huey’s daughter, who walks all over him the way Huey himself used to. Huey gets back at Bernard by seducing Bernard’s ex, Roz (Sasha Alexander, “Rizzoli & Isles”), who knows exactly what she’s doing. And before long they’re both exactly the people they were in college: Huey can do no wrong, Bernard can do no right, and it’s not nearly as pointed or tragic as “Bernard and Huey” makes it out to be.

It’s difficult to make a character trait like “neurotic narcissism” appealing, especially when it applies to both of the main characters in a movie like “Bernard and Huey,” where almost every line of dialogue is about how they’re neurotic narcissists. Bernard bemoans the idea of dating women who are “old enough to be my wife,” so it seems like something akin to character development when, later on, he whines “I’ve lost the strength to be as shallow at 49 as I was at 24.”

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These characters don’t have to be likable, of course, and that’s a good thing for “Bernard and Huey,” because they’re definitely not. The problem is that for all of Jules Feiffer’s clever dialogue, expanding the comic strip to feature length, where we have to sit with them for nearly an hour and a half (as opposed to sampling their life stories in short, easily digestible chunks) only makes it clear that in real life, you’d want nothing to do with them. And in fictional life, you don’t learn nearly enough about them to justify this long a visit.

“Bernard and Huey” isn’t particularly funny, although the script does tend to pump out a zinger once in a while. It isn’t particularly tragic, because the plight of these characters is well-earned. “Bernard and Huey” wades in its own shallow cleverness, and seems to be under the misapprehension that acknowledging the shallowness of the characters and storyline is, in itself, clever. But it only takes a few scenes for that observation to become painfully obvious. So we wait, and we wait, for the movie to expand into something else. To prove, if you will, that it actually believes this s–t.

But by the end, apparently, it was mostly just talking.



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“I can’t decide which one of you is more narcissistic” is a line from Dan Mirvish’s adaptation of Jules Feiffer’s comic strip “Bernard and Huey,” and it’s one of two pieces bits of dialogue — amidst a roaring avalanche of verbiage, mind you — that neatly encapsulates the experience of watching this movie.

The other line is “Do you really believe this s–t, or are you just talking?”

“Bernard and Huey” is the story of Bernard (Jim Rash, “Community”), a 49-year-old editor of historical non-fiction, with an active sex life and not much else. He’s been living in his apartment for a whole five years, and he hasn’t even bothered to get a table yet. One night there’s a knock on Bernard’s door, and he’s surprised to discover his estranged college friend Huey (David Koechner, “Krampus”) on the other side, waving around fistfuls of cash and looking for a place to stay.

Huey isn’t a wandering vagrant. Since his philandering days in college he’s become a wealthy, philandering businessman with an understandably unhappy wife named Aggie (Bellamy Young, “Scandal”) and a daughter Huey hasn’t seen in 15 years, Zelda (Mae Whitman), who is also unhappy. When we first meet Huey he is literally fleeing his responsibilities to his family. So he takes refuge with Bernard, and that’s when things get awkward.

Bernard and Huey were, in college, the sort of friends that everybody struggles to explain. Even Bernard isn’t entirely certain why they knew each other. Huey was a handsome playboy/operator type, with a literal little black book of women’s names, punctuated by descriptive sentence fragments to help him keep them straight. Bernard was, he willingly admits, a wimp, who struggles to successfully woo the women Huey sends his way. (Maybe taking them to see films like “Shoah,” which Bernard thinks is probably a kind of French musical, is partly to blame.)

But they’re adults now, and it looks on the surface as though the situation has reversed. Huey may be more financially successful, and has more family to show for his time on Earth, but Bernard is more confident and sexually promiscuous, and that’s all either of them seem to care about. Forcing them into the same apartment together brings back all their old rhythms and jealousies, and before long they’re both making terrible choices.

Bernard leaves his girlfriend to date Huey’s daughter, who walks all over him the way Huey himself used to. Huey gets back at Bernard by seducing Bernard’s ex, Roz (Sasha Alexander, “Rizzoli & Isles”), who knows exactly what she’s doing. And before long they’re both exactly the people they were in college: Huey can do no wrong, Bernard can do no right, and it’s not nearly as pointed or tragic as “Bernard and Huey” makes it out to be.

It’s difficult to make a character trait like “neurotic narcissism” appealing, especially when it applies to both of the main characters in a movie like “Bernard and Huey,” where almost every line of dialogue is about how they’re neurotic narcissists. Bernard bemoans the idea of dating women who are “old enough to be my wife,” so it seems like something akin to character development when, later on, he whines “I’ve lost the strength to be as shallow at 49 as I was at 24.”

These characters don’t have to be likable, of course, and that’s a good thing for “Bernard and Huey,” because they’re definitely not. The problem is that for all of Jules Feiffer’s clever dialogue, expanding the comic strip to feature length, where we have to sit with them for nearly an hour and a half (as opposed to sampling their life stories in short, easily digestible chunks) only makes it clear that in real life, you’d want nothing to do with them. And in fictional life, you don’t learn nearly enough about them to justify this long a visit.

“Bernard and Huey” isn’t particularly funny, although the script does tend to pump out a zinger once in a while. It isn’t particularly tragic, because the plight of these characters is well-earned. “Bernard and Huey” wades in its own shallow cleverness, and seems to be under the misapprehension that acknowledging the shallowness of the characters and storyline is, in itself, clever. But it only takes a few scenes for that observation to become painfully obvious. So we wait, and we wait, for the movie to expand into something else. To prove, if you will, that it actually believes this s–t.

But by the end, apparently, it was mostly just talking.

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‘False Profits’: ABC Drama Pilot Gets Order For More Scripts, Extends Cast

When the dust settled on ABC’s new drama series today, all of ABC’s buzzy hourlong pilots had been picked up to series with the exception of False Profits. 
I hear that the comedic soap, from ABC Studios, is very much alive and remains in p…

When the dust settled on ABC’s new drama series today, all of ABC’s buzzy hourlong pilots had been picked up to series with the exception of False Profits I hear that the comedic soap, from ABC Studios, is very much alive and remains in priority development. I hear the project is opening a writers room to generate three additional scripts and the cast of the pilot — led by Bellamy Young and Vanessa Williams, who I hear both tested very well — are being extended. False Pr…

‘Scandal’ Finale: Stars Reveal the Weirdest Thing They Ever Did on Shondaland Series

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read ahead unless you have watched through last week’s episode of “Scandal.”)

“Scandal” truly has seen it all. Characters having a sibling-like relationship with their lovers. Top secret spy agencies that operates outside the bounds of the federal government, with the sole purpose of protecting the Republic. And more out-of-the-box ways of committing murder than you could shake a wine glass at.

And ahead of the seventh and final season finale tonight, TheWrap asked Scott Foley, Bellamy Young and Cornelius Smith Jr. — three of Shonda Rhimes’ Gladiators — what exactly was the weirdest thing they did on the series. And we got some some weird answers.

The first comes courtesy of Foley, who plays Jake Ballard, a member of that top secret spy agency B613 and Olivia’s on-again, off-again lover.

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“God there is so many things, between being in the hole and getting beaten up by Charlie,” Foley said, noting things that happened to him directly because of his involvement in B613. “But, by the way, the weirdest thing, if I can just say it, was the beginning of Jake’s storyline where he was told to spy and then sleep with Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington). It was the most bizarre, perverted, weird — especially because [her father] Rowan (Joe Morton) was behind it — incestuous little thing happening there [laughs],” Foley added. “And then to continue for five seasons like, ‘Oh it wasn’t that big a deal. I stalked you and then had an affair. But now we’re cool. And Fitz is my best friend.’ If you break it down and simplify it like that, it doesn’t make any sense. But in the context of the show, for whatever reason, it works.”

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Young has been with the series since Day 1 as Mellie Grant, who moved from being a first lady with a cheating husband to the first female POTUS — who is now good friends with her ex. But her weirdest moment didn’t arrive until this seventh and final season, when being the commander in chief got in the way of her love life. In an episode directed by Tony Goldwyn (who plays her ex-husband Fitz), no less.

“‘My vagina is beautiful, it is welcoming,’ that whole scene I was like, ‘My mother watches this show. I’m not sure I can say that.’ [laughs],” Young said. “But it turned out great. And our sweet Tony directed it, so to make him blush time and time again was fun. But Shonda knows. We learned early on, even if you’re like ‘Eh, I don’t know’ — she’s right, so just enjoy it. Say it and enjoy it and let it land.”

And what about Smith, who since joining the cast as Marcus Walker in Season 4 has moved from the offices of Olivia Pope & Associates to the White House and now to Fitz’s side as he explores his legacy after the presidency? Yeah, he’s still seen more than his fair share of strange situations dreamed up by Rhimes in that time.

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“I haven’t done anything crazy just because of the nature of my storyline and Marcus being kind of in OPA and the White House,” Smith said. “He’s not out here killing folks. He’s not running through the woods. He’s not B613. There hasn’t been anything crazy or shocking until maybe after the fact. No, not for me. But I’ve watched people do things that looked uncomfortable.”

“I know when Guillermo (Diaz) shot the stuff in the water with the car,” Smith said, referencing the episode in which Diaz’s Huck had to think fast to save himself from drowning in a trunk, with a little help from his imaginary friends. “And that’s something where I thought, ‘Only one time,’ [laughs]. Only one time you’re gonna get me in a pool. In a trunk. With water. Talking to a pretend OPA.’”

The “Scandal” series finale airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

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(Spoiler alert: Please do not read ahead unless you have watched through last week’s episode of “Scandal.”)

“Scandal” truly has seen it all. Characters having a sibling-like relationship with their lovers. Top secret spy agencies that operates outside the bounds of the federal government, with the sole purpose of protecting the Republic. And more out-of-the-box ways of committing murder than you could shake a wine glass at.

And ahead of the seventh and final season finale tonight, TheWrap asked Scott Foley, Bellamy Young and Cornelius Smith Jr. — three of Shonda Rhimes’ Gladiators — what exactly was the weirdest thing they did on the series. And we got some some weird answers.

The first comes courtesy of Foley, who plays Jake Ballard, a member of that top secret spy agency B613 and Olivia’s on-again, off-again lover.

“God there is so many things, between being in the hole and getting beaten up by Charlie,” Foley said, noting things that happened to him directly because of his involvement in B613. “But, by the way, the weirdest thing, if I can just say it, was the beginning of Jake’s storyline where he was told to spy and then sleep with Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington). It was the most bizarre, perverted, weird — especially because [her father] Rowan (Joe Morton) was behind it — incestuous little thing happening there [laughs],” Foley added. “And then to continue for five seasons like, ‘Oh it wasn’t that big a deal. I stalked you and then had an affair. But now we’re cool. And Fitz is my best friend.’ If you break it down and simplify it like that, it doesn’t make any sense. But in the context of the show, for whatever reason, it works.”

Young has been with the series since Day 1 as Mellie Grant, who moved from being a first lady with a cheating husband to the first female POTUS — who is now good friends with her ex. But her weirdest moment didn’t arrive until this seventh and final season, when being the commander in chief got in the way of her love life. In an episode directed by Tony Goldwyn (who plays her ex-husband Fitz), no less.

“‘My vagina is beautiful, it is welcoming,’ that whole scene I was like, ‘My mother watches this show. I’m not sure I can say that.’ [laughs],” Young said. “But it turned out great. And our sweet Tony directed it, so to make him blush time and time again was fun. But Shonda knows. We learned early on, even if you’re like ‘Eh, I don’t know’ — she’s right, so just enjoy it. Say it and enjoy it and let it land.”

And what about Smith, who since joining the cast as Marcus Walker in Season 4 has moved from the offices of Olivia Pope & Associates to the White House and now to Fitz’s side as he explores his legacy after the presidency? Yeah, he’s still seen more than his fair share of strange situations dreamed up by Rhimes in that time.

“I haven’t done anything crazy just because of the nature of my storyline and Marcus being kind of in OPA and the White House,” Smith said. “He’s not out here killing folks. He’s not running through the woods. He’s not B613. There hasn’t been anything crazy or shocking until maybe after the fact. No, not for me. But I’ve watched people do things that looked uncomfortable.”

“I know when Guillermo (Diaz) shot the stuff in the water with the car,” Smith said, referencing the episode in which Diaz’s Huck had to think fast to save himself from drowning in a trunk, with a little help from his imaginary friends. “And that’s something where I thought, ‘Only one time,’ [laughs]. Only one time you’re gonna get me in a pool. In a trunk. With water. Talking to a pretend OPA.'”

The “Scandal” series finale airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

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“Scandal” and Twitter have it bad for each other.

The Shondaland show — which airs its series finale tonight — has been into social media from Day 1. And that’s mainly due to the influence of Olivia Pope — er Kerry Washington, who star Tony Goldwyn will tell you pretty much invented live-tweeting.

“You know, Kerry had this idea of getting on Twitter in our very first broadcast,” Goldwyn, who plays Fitz on the series, told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in January. “And she talked to Shonda [Rhimes] about it. And we all got together and Shonda said, ‘I’d like you to do this if you would.’ I didn’t know — I mean, I knew what Twitter was — but I had no interest in it at all, or I was afraid of it. And I thought the fact you could communicate in 140 characters is what’s wrong with our culture.”

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But that didn’t last long.

“Very quickly I saw the power of it,” Goldwyn said. “And you could feel this grassroots impact from the very first time we tweeted with our fans — the instant. You could just feel this one-on-one relationship with an audience that I had never felt. It was more like working in the theater, you know? Where you feel your audience. and you could literally have conversations with people wherever they were — in Ohio or in Brazil or in Nairobi. I swear to God. And that grew and grew and grew exponentially every week. And they, I think the network wasn’t even aware.”

Oh, if they weren’t then, they are now.

Over the last seven seasons, the cast members have gained hundreds of thousands of followers and continue to sit down and live-tweet every Thursday night episode. Washington even took to Twitter to throw out some commentary during an episode that aired while she was in labor with her daughter Isabelle (#commitment).

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And because of the show’s significant love for the social media platform (and vice versa) TheWrap grabbed some facts and figures from Twitter ahead of tonight’s series finale to show just how much the little blue bird and “Scandal” have impacted each other over the years.

See our infographic below.

The series finale of “Scandal” airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

TheWrap

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“Scandal” and Twitter have it bad for each other.

The Shondaland show — which airs its series finale tonight — has been into social media from Day 1. And that’s mainly due to the influence of Olivia Pope — er Kerry Washington, who star Tony Goldwyn will tell you pretty much invented live-tweeting.

“You know, Kerry had this idea of getting on Twitter in our very first broadcast,” Goldwyn, who plays Fitz on the series, told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in January. “And she talked to Shonda [Rhimes] about it. And we all got together and Shonda said, ‘I’d like you to do this if you would.’ I didn’t know — I mean, I knew what Twitter was — but I had no interest in it at all, or I was afraid of it. And I thought the fact you could communicate in 140 characters is what’s wrong with our culture.”

But that didn’t last long.

“Very quickly I saw the power of it,” Goldwyn said. “And you could feel this grassroots impact from the very first time we tweeted with our fans — the instant. You could just feel this one-on-one relationship with an audience that I had never felt. It was more like working in the theater, you know? Where you feel your audience. and you could literally have conversations with people wherever they were — in Ohio or in Brazil or in Nairobi. I swear to God. And that grew and grew and grew exponentially every week. And they, I think the network wasn’t even aware.”

Oh, if they weren’t then, they are now.

Over the last seven seasons, the cast members have gained hundreds of thousands of followers and continue to sit down and live-tweet every Thursday night episode. Washington even took to Twitter to throw out some commentary during an episode that aired while she was in labor with her daughter Isabelle (#commitment).

And because of the show’s significant love for the social media platform (and vice versa) TheWrap grabbed some facts and figures from Twitter ahead of tonight’s series finale to show just how much the little blue bird and “Scandal” have impacted each other over the years.

See our infographic below.

The series finale of “Scandal” airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

TheWrap

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‘Scandal’ Finale: Bellamy Young’s Favorite Relationship Has ‘Always’ Been Olivia and Mellie’s

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read ahead if you have not watched through last Thursday’s penultimate episode of “Scandal.”)

Bellamy Young has played Mellie Grant for the entire seven-season run of “Scandal.” And in that time, the character has worn many hats (some white, some not). She’s been first lady, a scorned wife, a passionate lover, a grieving mother, a good friend, a bad friend, a villain, a hero and now the President of the United States.

But ahead of the Shonda Rhimes series’ finale tonight, titled “Over a Cliff,” Young told TheWrap that at least one thing has remained the same to her throughout all that time: the importance of her relationship with Kerry Washington’s Olivia Pope.

“For me it was always Olivia and Mellie. Always,” Young said of the bond that has slowly formed between the two women — who used to share Mellie’s ex-husband, Fitz (Tony Goldwyn).

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“You met them at such a horrible time, the worst time in Mellie’s life, and it would have been so easy for them to have stayed angry all these years,” Young continued. “But life is complicated and people evolve and if you love people enough, you give them room to change and then real change occurs. Real trust blooms. And to have watched their relationship as they inched closer and closer together over the years, and then these last two episodes where they literally take hands and go over a cliff together, it’s so moving to me.”

“In any other narrative — not any other narrative, but largely in most narratives — if you get two women on screen together, or if that even happens, then they are probably going to be talking about a man together or they are going to be fighting,” Young added. “And so to have spent all this time in the matriarchy, in which Shonda is showing women in power — there is Olivia who is both the hero and the antihero, there is Quinn who while pregnant takes over QPA and becomes the boss of even her husband, and Mellie who has followed her dream and finally become president — it all matters in terms of representation, but it also just really moves me in terms of them being very real women.”

And what about when it comes to how she feels about Mellie’s current relationship with Fitz, the former president — who is also her former spouse.

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“Legitimately friends and legitimately weird,” Young said, laughing. “But again, life is complicated and sometimes fiction or the narrative flattens out the mess. But I loved that Shonda keeps things real, for things getting messy. And you can hate what your ex husband did to you, but you can also accept that it put you on a path to fulfill your actual dreams and come to some sort of mutual respect. Because who else are you going to turn to? Who else do you know that has also been president? Do you know what I’m saying? And you remember the man that he was and you know the man that he is now. Love is war, love is hard. But you get past it and move on.”

The series finale of “Scandal” airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read ahead if you have not watched through last Thursday’s penultimate episode of “Scandal.”)

Bellamy Young has played Mellie Grant for the entire seven-season run of “Scandal.” And in that time, the character has worn many hats (some white, some not). She’s been first lady, a scorned wife, a passionate lover, a grieving mother, a good friend, a bad friend, a villain, a hero and now the President of the United States.

But ahead of the Shonda Rhimes series’ finale tonight, titled “Over a Cliff,” Young told TheWrap that at least one thing has remained the same to her throughout all that time: the importance of her relationship with Kerry Washington’s Olivia Pope.

“For me it was always Olivia and Mellie. Always,” Young said of the bond that has slowly formed between the two women — who used to share Mellie’s ex-husband, Fitz (Tony Goldwyn).

“You met them at such a horrible time, the worst time in Mellie’s life, and it would have been so easy for them to have stayed angry all these years,” Young continued. “But life is complicated and people evolve and if you love people enough, you give them room to change and then real change occurs. Real trust blooms. And to have watched their relationship as they inched closer and closer together over the years, and then these last two episodes where they literally take hands and go over a cliff together, it’s so moving to me.”

“In any other narrative — not any other narrative, but largely in most narratives — if you get two women on screen together, or if that even happens, then they are probably going to be talking about a man together or they are going to be fighting,” Young added. “And so to have spent all this time in the matriarchy, in which Shonda is showing women in power — there is Olivia who is both the hero and the antihero, there is Quinn who while pregnant takes over QPA and becomes the boss of even her husband, and Mellie who has followed her dream and finally become president — it all matters in terms of representation, but it also just really moves me in terms of them being very real women.”

And what about when it comes to how she feels about Mellie’s current relationship with Fitz, the former president — who is also her former spouse.

“Legitimately friends and legitimately weird,” Young said, laughing. “But again, life is complicated and sometimes fiction or the narrative flattens out the mess. But I loved that Shonda keeps things real, for things getting messy. And you can hate what your ex husband did to you, but you can also accept that it put you on a path to fulfill your actual dreams and come to some sort of mutual respect. Because who else are you going to turn to? Who else do you know that has also been president? Do you know what I’m saying? And you remember the man that he was and you know the man that he is now. Love is war, love is hard. But you get past it and move on.”

The series finale of “Scandal” airs tonight at 10/9 c on ABC.

‘Scandal’ Star Bellamy Young Just Got an Email That Said ‘EVERYTHING IS CHANGED’ in New Series Finale Cut

“Scandal” fans gather around, because we have the spoiler alert to end all spoiler alerts. Star Bellamy Young told TheWrap Wednesday she received an email telling her “EVERYTHING IS CHANGED’” in a new cut of the series finale that she has yet to see.

For those non-die hard TGIT fans who haven’t been following along, that last episode is set to air tomorrow.

When we asked Young, who plays President (and former first lady) Mellie Grant in the Shonda Rhimes series, if she knew what co-star Scott Foley (Jake) was referencing when he told us about an “ambiguous” moment in the finale last week, Young couldn’t place what he was talking about. However, it didn’t ultimately matter, as she then revealed it may not even been included in the final cut now.

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“I don’t know what he’s talking about. Isn’t that interesting? I’m not sure. Oh my God, I feel terrible,” Young said. “But I will say this also, we literally just got an email that said, ‘We’re sending everyone a cut this evening’ — which they never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever do — ‘EVERYTHING IS CHANGED’ — in capital letters — ‘A LOT. Please watch it before you do any more press.’ So, so, I don’t know [what he’s talking about]. But I also feel like, that’s OK. It might have changed.”

Wait a second there, Mel. The entire finale might be altered now?

“Apparently it’s real different,” Young said. “But that’s always been the joy of living and working in Shondaland: her final cut is her final draft.”

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“Early on they didn’t send us all of those colored pages — you get those blue pages, green pages, yellow pages, as the different iterations of the script come out — and early on they wouldn’t send all those pages to everybody just because they thought we wouldn’t want to be inundated,” Young continued. “But then, for example, I remember the Lena Dunham episode. I turned on the TV — now I don’t have it in my head right — but in the table read she lived and in the episode, she died. Like significant things change. And sometimes it’s just editing, like Shonda will lift out whole storylines and either do away with them all together or move them five episodes later. We just learned a long time ago not to comment till we’ve seen it. We usually don’t see it till we’re tweeting.”

So, obviously, it was going to be a little difficult for Young to speak to anything that happens in the finale — since she has no idea what it is now.

“I feel horrible!” she said. “I did three and a half hours of a satellite media tour today and I feel like, ‘Uh, I wonder if I said anything?’”

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ABC and Shondaland did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment on Young’s statement about the new finale cut.

Well, hold on, Young and the rest of the “Scandal” cast has a live table read planned for tomorrow in Los Angeles ahead of the airing of the last episode. So we assume they’ll be getting new pages for that then, yes?

“No, a line item after that [in the email], is that we’ll read the production draft for the table read,” Young said. “So I feel like those guys [who are at the table read] get a twofer. They get a peek behind the curtain before and then they get to watch you know, appreciate the evolution or the changes. So ya, they’ll know everything.”

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Wait, wait, wait, the live table read of the finale isn’t the finale now?

“Yes,” Young said. However, she also noted, “there is no episode of Scandal — you couldn’t read any table read production draft and then watch any episode and it be [sic] even 80 percent the same.”

“They always evolve, which is something to be grateful for. It stays alive and everybody maybe thinks, ‘Eh it’s good enough.’ It’s never good enough. Everybody kept trying with their whole hearts.”

The series finale of “Scandal” airs Thursday at 10/9 c on ABC.

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“Scandal” fans gather around, because we have the spoiler alert to end all spoiler alerts. Star Bellamy Young told TheWrap Wednesday she received an email telling her “EVERYTHING IS CHANGED'” in a new cut of the series finale that she has yet to see.

For those non-die hard TGIT fans who haven’t been following along, that last episode is set to air tomorrow.

When we asked Young, who plays President (and former first lady) Mellie Grant in the Shonda Rhimes series, if she knew what co-star Scott Foley (Jake) was referencing when he told us about an “ambiguous” moment in the finale last week, Young couldn’t place what he was talking about. However, it didn’t ultimately matter, as she then revealed it may not even been included in the final cut now.

“I don’t know what he’s talking about. Isn’t that interesting? I’m not sure. Oh my God, I feel terrible,” Young said. “But I will say this also, we literally just got an email that said, ‘We’re sending everyone a cut this evening’ — which they never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever do — ‘EVERYTHING IS CHANGED’ — in capital letters — ‘A LOT. Please watch it before you do any more press.’ So, so, I don’t know [what he’s talking about]. But I also feel like, that’s OK. It might have changed.”

Wait a second there, Mel. The entire finale might be altered now?

“Apparently it’s real different,” Young said. “But that’s always been the joy of living and working in Shondaland: her final cut is her final draft.”

“Early on they didn’t send us all of those colored pages — you get those blue pages, green pages, yellow pages, as the different iterations of the script come out — and early on they wouldn’t send all those pages to everybody just because they thought we wouldn’t want to be inundated,” Young continued. “But then, for example, I remember the Lena Dunham episode. I turned on the TV — now I don’t have it in my head right — but in the table read she lived and in the episode, she died. Like significant things change. And sometimes it’s just editing, like Shonda will lift out whole storylines and either do away with them all together or move them five episodes later. We just learned a long time ago not to comment till we’ve seen it. We usually don’t see it till we’re tweeting.”

So, obviously, it was going to be a little difficult for Young to speak to anything that happens in the finale — since she has no idea what it is now.

“I feel horrible!” she said. “I did three and a half hours of a satellite media tour today and I feel like, ‘Uh, I wonder if I said anything?'”

ABC and Shondaland did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment on Young’s statement about the new finale cut.

Well, hold on, Young and the rest of the “Scandal” cast has a live table read planned for tomorrow in Los Angeles ahead of the airing of the last episode. So we assume they’ll be getting new pages for that then, yes?

“No, a line item after that [in the email], is that we’ll read the production draft for the table read,” Young said. “So I feel like those guys [who are at the table read] get a twofer. They get a peek behind the curtain before and then they get to watch you know, appreciate the evolution or the changes. So ya, they’ll know everything.”

Wait, wait, wait, the live table read of the finale isn’t the finale now?

“Yes,” Young said. However, she also noted, “there is no episode of Scandal — you couldn’t read any table read production draft and then watch any episode and it be [sic] even 80 percent the same.”

“They always evolve, which is something to be grateful for. It stays alive and everybody maybe thinks, ‘Eh it’s good enough.’ It’s never good enough. Everybody kept trying with their whole hearts.”

The series finale of “Scandal” airs Thursday at 10/9 c on ABC.

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Hollywood Comes Out in Support of #MarchForOurLives

March for Our Lives demonstrations across the country brought out scores of stars, who offered their talent, support and praise for the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who are calling for Congress to enact stricter gun-control laws in response to the string of campus shootings.

Here are just a few of the celebrities who joined in the spirit of the event:

I stand with the brave, indomitable kids who galvanized a nation, a world, &did not take inaction as an answer. You have put the “adults” in DC to shame. CS gun laws with finally be enacted, &you will be the Heroes of a generation. TODAY you lead us all. #MarchForOurLives

— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) March 24, 2018

#marchforourlives pic.twitter.com/WpYwTuljRH

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) March 24, 2018

Backstage at the March, with our future pic.twitter.com/fz8616MKY1

— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 24, 2018

Surrounded by heroines! Lucky to be here at this moment in history with the ones I love! #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/xVF4sDVofh

— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 24, 2018

Heading to #MarchForOurLives in this charismatic blouse thanks to @ChrisAblesArt #LosAngeles
LET’S DO THIS ???????? pic.twitter.com/29jIdvwlKn

— Nick Offerman (@Nick_Offerman) March 24, 2018

Woke up today w/hope in my heart
cuz of u.
On my way 2lift my voice 4a safer America
cuz of u.
Never let anyone tell ur voice is small or too young or doesn’t matter:
u ARE the future. U are leading the way.
&I am so happy to be in ur hands.#Letters2Kids#MarchForOurLives

— Bellamy Young (@BellamyYoung) March 24, 2018

Marching for the future of my children, our children and future children. Enough is enough. #stopgunviolence #weneedchange #marchforourlives ???????? pic.twitter.com/J3x6R0AN6i

— Molly Sims (@MollyBSims) March 24, 2018

Today: March
Tomorrow: Register everyone who’ll be 18 in November to Vote.
November: VOTE

— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) March 24, 2018

Today our nation’s youth are demanding their basic human right to go to school without dying in the name of greed. It’s time for Congress to act like adults worthy of their office. PASS TOUGHER GUN LAWS! BAN THE AR-15! STOP TAKING NRA BLOOD MONEY! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! #neveragain pic.twitter.com/Hhg0Qltnjr

— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 24, 2018

Hey @GOP, you are being replaced. Not only in November 2018, but by an entire generation who will not stand for your corrupt subservience to special interests like the gun lobby. Get on board with change or get out of the way. The future is here.#MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/iabhTbVKVY

— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) March 24, 2018

#marchforourlives #kanyewest #kimkardashian #northwest

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I’m marching today in honor of my friend Ronni Chasen, a victim of gun violence

— Diane Warren (@Diane_Warren) March 24, 2018

I stand in solidarity with students, teachers, parents, friends and families across the country! #MarchForOurLivesLA Now you march…next we VOTE! #MarchForOurLives @AMarch4OurLives pic.twitter.com/aB1FFwKfP1

— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) March 24, 2018

The Los Angeles March for Our Lives is beautiful. Our children did this. All around the country. They can’t be stopped.

— ???? Lena Dunham ???? (@lenadunham) March 24, 2018

This is how my loving mom is celebrating her 84th birthday today. #marchforourlives #notonemore. If our elected officials don’t act to prevent gun violence, we will #throwthemout. Make sure you’re ready to show up at the polls in November. Text FIGHT to 788-683 pic.twitter.com/zc5jEgdysY

— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) March 24, 2018

Proud of all the kids sharing their message of peace 2day ???????? Protect kids, not guns! Use your voice n let’s fix this #IWillMarch #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/gYZwBj14cS

— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) March 24, 2018

#March4OurLives pic.twitter.com/gcq1tequMC

— Whitney Cummings (@WhitneyCummings) March 24, 2018

Out marching with the kids and families. And thinking. 60 years ago schoolchildren were trained to get under their desks and hide from the Russians. Now we’re training them again to hide. And this time from Americans. Something’s wrong here. My heart and hopes are with the kids. pic.twitter.com/bmKxWOrEER

— Alan Alda (@alanalda) March 24, 2018

I am proud to support the amazingly brave, strong and incredible students behind #marchforourlives as they march today in Washington, DC to end gun violence in schools and communities around the country. Please join them and learn how to help https://t.co/S0b1RtMiui

— Abigail Breslin (@yoabbaabba) March 24, 2018

Here’s to the girls and boys that want to make a difference. Here’s to the kids who value each other’s lives. Here’s to change. #MarchForOurLives

— Laurie Hernandez (@lzhernandez02) March 24, 2018

Hey it’s @evilhag at #MarchForOurLives in DC! pic.twitter.com/t1XIP4ujpo

— Adam Scott (@mradamscott) March 24, 2018

Proud to march in solidarity. pic.twitter.com/S7nikUz6km

— Billy Crystal (@BillyCrystal) March 24, 2018

For all those marching don’t let anyone tell you that what you are doing isn’t important. My heart is with you. My body is in transport from Sarasota to Daytona Beach. Thanks so much for #MarchForOurLives Sent to all of you with my deepest admiration and respect.

— Lewis Black (@TheLewisBlack) March 24, 2018

You are wrong, Chris Mathews, this #MarchForOurLives is not just about keeping our SCHOOLS safe from gun violence. It is about keeping our COMMUNITIES safe from gun violence.

— Paula Poundstone (@paulapoundstone) March 24, 2018

George Bernard Shaw said, “Youth is wasted on the young.” He should have met these inspirational young people. They’re not wasting anything. https://t.co/haJlWoKEcu

– Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) March 24, 2018

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March for Our Lives demonstrations across the country brought out scores of stars, who offered their talent, support and praise for the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who are calling for Congress to enact stricter gun-control laws in response to the string of campus shootings.

Here are just a few of the celebrities who joined in the spirit of the event:

#marchforourlives #kanyewest #kimkardashian #northwest

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‘Scandal’ Cast, Shonda Rhimes Get Choked Up With Their Gladiators on Twitter as Series Wraps

“Scandal” may not air its final episode for another month, but the cast is already learning to let go, as Friday was the last day of filming on the Shondaland series. And as they are starting to say goodbye, they’re sharing their feels with their fans aka Gladiators.

Showrunner Shonda Rhimes and cast members like Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope), Joshua Malina (Attorney General David Rosen), Darby Stanchfield (Abby Whelan) and Jeff Perry (Cyrus Beene) took to Twitter to commemorate the all important day in “Scandal” history. Grab a glass of wine and some popcorn before you read on, cause it’s about to get real emotional.

“It is happening — today is the final day EVER of production on my beloved @ScandalABC,” Rhimes wrote. “An amazing crew. A brilliantly talented cast. Spectacular writing staff. Extraordinary fans. Not one storyline regret. Let’s do this.”

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“So fitting that on the last day of filming, we’ve all got a tremendous… #Scandal hangover,” Washington tweeted, referencing the that the whole crew had been up live-tweeting the most recent episode the night before, as per usual.

Washington also shared her tweet from the very first day of filming on the series, in addition to this gem: “Today I choose: gratitude. It will probably look & feel like many different kinds of emotions ???? but I want to keep my gratitude in first place.”

While Stanchfield tweeted a shot of her and Washington on set, Malina noted his new unemployed status and endorsed his on-screen attorney skills (where our “West Wing” fans at?)

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See all the “Scandal” crew’s tweets below.

So fitting that on the last day of filming, we’ve all got a tremendous… #Scandal hangover.

— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) March 16, 2018

Today I choose: gratitude. It will probably look & feel like many different kinds of emotions ???? but I want to keep my gratitude in first place. #Scandal #Scandalfam #ScandalFinale

— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) March 16, 2018

WOW. From the first day to the last. #Scandal https://t.co/7QHnZB4Fw3

— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) March 16, 2018

It is happening — today is the final day EVER of production on my beloved @ScandalABC. An amazing crew. A brilliantly talented cast. Spectacular writing staff. Extraordinary fans. Not one storyline regret. Let’s do this. pic.twitter.com/uHHF0txpMb

— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) March 16, 2018

I am super-emotional on this last day of #Scandal. And by “super-emotional” I mean worried about money.

— ????Joshua Malina???? (@JoshMalina) March 16, 2018

If we accept that every tv series set in America inhabits the same universe, and each of these Americas has an Attorney General…

I’m saying there could be work for me.

— ????Joshua Malina???? (@JoshMalina) March 16, 2018

It’s our last day shooting #scandal and I love the timing: Liv & Abby reuniting in last night’s episode. ???? pic.twitter.com/mcat8xXi4G

— Darby Stanchfield (@darbysofficial) March 16, 2018

Final day filming #scandalfinale. Pics from final scenes rolling out today. 1st up, former Prez and boo boo. Mad respect. @tonygoldwyn. @ScandalABC pic.twitter.com/5eAX4UVTEG

— Tom Verica (@tomverica) March 16, 2018

THANKS FOR WATCHING #Scandal And for Tweeting with us, my dears!!!! Until next time,

XOXO

– JP #TGIT

— Jeff Perry (@jscandalp) March 16, 2018

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“Scandal” may not air its final episode for another month, but the cast is already learning to let go, as Friday was the last day of filming on the Shondaland series. And as they are starting to say goodbye, they’re sharing their feels with their fans aka Gladiators.

Showrunner Shonda Rhimes and cast members like Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope), Joshua Malina (Attorney General David Rosen), Darby Stanchfield (Abby Whelan) and Jeff Perry (Cyrus Beene) took to Twitter to commemorate the all important day in “Scandal” history. Grab a glass of wine and some popcorn before you read on, cause it’s about to get real emotional.

“It is happening — today is the final day EVER of production on my beloved @ScandalABC,” Rhimes wrote. “An amazing crew. A brilliantly talented cast. Spectacular writing staff. Extraordinary fans. Not one storyline regret. Let’s do this.”

“So fitting that on the last day of filming, we’ve all got a tremendous… #Scandal hangover,” Washington tweeted, referencing the that the whole crew had been up live-tweeting the most recent episode the night before, as per usual.

Washington also shared her tweet from the very first day of filming on the series, in addition to this gem: “Today I choose: gratitude. It will probably look & feel like many different kinds of emotions ???? but I want to keep my gratitude in first place.”

While Stanchfield tweeted a shot of her and Washington on set, Malina noted his new unemployed status and endorsed his on-screen attorney skills (where our “West Wing” fans at?)

See all the “Scandal” crew’s tweets below.

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Vanessa Williams to Co-Star in ABC Pilot ‘False Profits’

ABC has brought Vanessa Williams back into the fold. The former “Ugly Betty” and “Desperate Housewives” star has been cast in the network’s new dramedy pilot “False Profits,” a person who is close to production told TheWrap.

Written and executive produced by “Code Black” alum Kayla Alpert, the dramedy stars “Scandal”s Bellamy Young and follows a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona as they fight their way to the top of the cutthroat world of a multi-level marketing cosmetics business.

Williams has been added to the cast as Suzanne, the “chief” of a successful “tribe” of saleswomen who wants to add Young’s Laura to her cluster of money-making followers. Suzanne tempts Laura with the prospect of a fabulous income, but becomes mercilessly competitive when the latter creates her own tribe of three.

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Jason Reed and Sabrina Wind also serve as executive producers on the ABC Studios pilot under the Jason T. Reed Productions banner.

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ABC has brought Vanessa Williams back into the fold. The former “Ugly Betty” and “Desperate Housewives” star has been cast in the network’s new dramedy pilot “False Profits,” a person who is close to production told TheWrap.

Written and executive produced by “Code Black” alum Kayla Alpert, the dramedy stars “Scandal”s Bellamy Young and follows a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona as they fight their way to the top of the cutthroat world of a multi-level marketing cosmetics business.

Williams has been added to the cast as Suzanne, the “chief” of a successful “tribe” of saleswomen who wants to add Young’s Laura to her cluster of money-making followers. Suzanne tempts Laura with the prospect of a fabulous income, but becomes mercilessly competitive when the latter creates her own tribe of three.

Jason Reed and Sabrina Wind also serve as executive producers on the ABC Studios pilot under the Jason T. Reed Productions banner.

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Bellamy Young Apologizes to Ryan Seacrest After Saying He Shouldn’t Host Oscars Red Carpet

Bellamy Young has apologized to Ryan Seacrest for saying he should not host E!’s red carpet coverage at the Oscars.

The “Scandal” star issued a statement on Tuesday saying she was “uninformed” on the issue when she suggested Seacrest should “step aside” in light of the recent sexual misconduct allegations against him.

“I have an apology to make,” Young said on Tuesday. “On Monday night on the red carpet, I spoke on record about something I had no first hand knowledge of. I trusted that the information that the journalist provided me with was complete, and I gave my general opinion based on the information he provided.”

Also Read: Ryan Seacrest Says He Was ‘Cleared’ of Sexual Abuse

Earlier in the day on Monday, Variety published details of “unwanted sexual aggression” alleged by Seacrest’s former stylist for “E! News.” Those allegations had already been investigated by E!, which announced earlier this month that it had found “insufficient evidence to substantiate” the claims.

Young weighed in on the matter on Monday, but also acknowledged that she was not familiar with the case.

“The world is changing quickly right now, and many of us have been affected by this issue: I spoke up because I feel deeply that the secrecy of shame plays a significant part in what has kept this shift from happening before now,” Young said in the statement. “But never has there been a more urgent time to make sure our voices are used for truth, and I failed in that regard Monday night. Our words matter. Our word matters.”

Also Read: Ryan Seacrest to Host Oscars Red Carpet for E! ‘As Scheduled’

“I apologize to Ryan Seacrest. He has been exonerated from the allegations I was told about on the carpet, so my opinion is different now,” she continued. “I just want to clarify that anyone who uses my quote going forward is using the quote of an uninformed person and fanning the flames of a non-story by making use of an unwitting accomplice. I’ve learned that ‘I don’t know’ can be a complete answer. I will do better next time.”

Variety reported Monday that Hardy accused Seacrest of subjecting her “to years of unwanted sexual aggression” while she was his stylist from 2006-2013, including “grinding his erect penis against her while clad only in his underwear, groping her vagina, and at one point slapping her buttock so hard that it left a large welt still visible hours later.”

Seacrest’s lawyer said that it was “upsetting” that Variety chose to run Hardy’s story, saying that Hardy threatened to make the “false claims” if she did not receive $15 million. Hardy’s attorney told Variety that “neither he nor Hardy has asked Seacrest, E!, or the cable channel’s corporate parents for any money.”

The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news.

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Bellamy Young has apologized to Ryan Seacrest for saying he should not host E!’s red carpet coverage at the Oscars.

The “Scandal” star issued a statement on Tuesday saying she was “uninformed” on the issue when she suggested Seacrest should “step aside” in light of the recent sexual misconduct allegations against him.

“I have an apology to make,” Young said on Tuesday. “On Monday night on the red carpet, I spoke on record about something I had no first hand knowledge of. I trusted that the information that the journalist provided me with was complete, and I gave my general opinion based on the information he provided.”

Earlier in the day on Monday, Variety published details of “unwanted sexual aggression” alleged by Seacrest’s former stylist for “E! News.” Those allegations had already been investigated by E!, which announced earlier this month that it had found “insufficient evidence to substantiate” the claims.

Young weighed in on the matter on Monday, but also acknowledged that she was not familiar with the case.

“The world is changing quickly right now, and many of us have been affected by this issue: I spoke up because I feel deeply that the secrecy of shame plays a significant part in what has kept this shift from happening before now,” Young said in the statement. “But never has there been a more urgent time to make sure our voices are used for truth, and I failed in that regard Monday night. Our words matter. Our word matters.”

“I apologize to Ryan Seacrest. He has been exonerated from the allegations I was told about on the carpet, so my opinion is different now,” she continued. “I just want to clarify that anyone who uses my quote going forward is using the quote of an uninformed person and fanning the flames of a non-story by making use of an unwitting accomplice. I’ve learned that ‘I don’t know’ can be a complete answer. I will do better next time.”

Variety reported Monday that Hardy accused Seacrest of subjecting her “to years of unwanted sexual aggression” while she was his stylist from 2006-2013, including “grinding his erect penis against her while clad only in his underwear, groping her vagina, and at one point slapping her buttock so hard that it left a large welt still visible hours later.”

Seacrest’s lawyer said that it was “upsetting” that Variety chose to run Hardy’s story, saying that Hardy threatened to make the “false claims” if she did not receive $15 million. Hardy’s attorney told Variety that “neither he nor Hardy has asked Seacrest, E!, or the cable channel’s corporate parents for any money.”

The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news.

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‘Scandal’ Star Bellamy Young to Lead ABC’s ‘False Profits’ Pilot

“Scandal” star Bellamy Young has been cast as the lead of the ABC drama pilot “False Profits.”

Written and executive produced by “Code Black” alum Kayla Alpert, the dramedy follows a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona as they fight their way to the top of the cutthroat world of a multi-level marketing cosmetics business.

Young will star as Laura, a single mom of two kids who signs up for the scheme to get ahead.

Also Read: Kat Dennings to Star in ABC Comedy Based on Blog ‘How May We Hate You’

Jason Reed and Sabrina Wind also serve as executive producers on the ABC Studios pilot under the Jason T. Reed Productions banner.

Should it go to series, “False Profits” would serve as Young’s follow-up to “Scandal,” which she’s starred on for seven seasons. The Shondaland political drama returned for its final run of episodes last month, and is scheduled to conclude in April.

Young is represented by UTA, Anonymous Content, and Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham.

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“Scandal” star Bellamy Young has been cast as the lead of the ABC drama pilot “False Profits.”

Written and executive produced by “Code Black” alum Kayla Alpert, the dramedy follows a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona as they fight their way to the top of the cutthroat world of a multi-level marketing cosmetics business.

Young will star as Laura, a single mom of two kids who signs up for the scheme to get ahead.

Jason Reed and Sabrina Wind also serve as executive producers on the ABC Studios pilot under the Jason T. Reed Productions banner.

Should it go to series, “False Profits” would serve as Young’s follow-up to “Scandal,” which she’s starred on for seven seasons. The Shondaland political drama returned for its final run of episodes last month, and is scheduled to conclude in April.

Young is represented by UTA, Anonymous Content, and Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham.

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‘Scandal’ Final Season Review: Shonda Rhimes’ Gladiators Exiting Loud & Large

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It's 100 days into the administration of America's first female President, but as the final season of Scandal makes very clear, the most powerful person in the world is Olivia Pope. If you are already a fan of the Shonda Rhimes created and Kerry Washington starring soapy and high stakes ABC drama, then you are going to love the heightened wish fulfillment fiction seventh and last season of Scandal. However, in an America very different than big time Hillary Clinton…

‘Scandal’ Star Bellamy Young: The Show is ‘Acclimating People to Women in Power’

The politics of the world certainly look different today than in 2012, when Barack Obama was in the White House and Shonda Rhimes’ “Scandal” was first premiering on ABC. Now entering into its seventh and final season, the politics of the show itself look very different, too, after electing its first female president in Mellie […]

The politics of the world certainly look different today than in 2012, when Barack Obama was in the White House and Shonda Rhimes’ “Scandal” was first premiering on ABC. Now entering into its seventh and final season, the politics of the show itself look very different, too, after electing its first female president in Mellie […]

‘Scandal’ Season 7: Olivia Has Absolute Power, but Will It Corrupt Her Absolutely?

At the end of the sixth season of “Scandal,” Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) was in the power seat as the chief of staff to the first female president (Bellamy Young’s Mellie) and the new head of B613. And when the seventh and final season starts, Olivia is enjoying wielding her power, even though it may… Read more »

At the end of the sixth season of “Scandal,” Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) was in the power seat as the chief of staff to the first female president (Bellamy Young’s Mellie) and the new head of B613. And when the seventh and final season starts, Olivia is enjoying wielding her power, even though it may... Read more »

Kerry Washington, ‘Scandal’ Cast Reflect on Finale and Shondaland’s Legacy

With the sixth season of “Scandal” wrapped, the stars of the show were ready to celebrate on Thursday night at New York’s Paley Center for Media with a viewing party and live panel with fans. There’s been plenty of “Scandal” milestones to toast this season, with the 100th episode running in April and the announcement… Read more »

With the sixth season of “Scandal” wrapped, the stars of the show were ready to celebrate on Thursday night at New York’s Paley Center for Media with a viewing party and live panel with fans. There’s been plenty of “Scandal” milestones to toast this season, with the 100th episode running in April and the announcement... Read more »

‘Scandal’ Premiere Reveals Shocking Election Results — And Twists (SPOILERS)

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched the Season 6 premiere of “Scandal,” which aired on Thursday, Jan. 26. After an eight-month hiatus, “Scandal” is back and the election results are in. Frankie Vargas (Ricardo Chavira) won the election, devastating the presidential hopeful Mellie (Bellamy Young) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) — but moments after his… Read more »

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read ahead if you have not watched the Season 6 premiere of “Scandal,” which aired on Thursday, Jan. 26. After an eight-month hiatus, “Scandal” is back and the election results are in. Frankie Vargas (Ricardo Chavira) won the election, devastating the presidential hopeful Mellie (Bellamy Young) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) — but moments after his... Read more »

167 Hollywood Stars for Hillary Clinton (List)

Hillary Clinton has by far the most celebrity endorsements of any presidential candidate in 2016 — a list that includes recent Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, Beyonce, and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Welcome to another edition of Voting With the Stars, TheWrap’s breakdown of who in Hollywood is voting for each of the remaining presidential candidates. We’ve assembled our master list of who supports who by scouring public statements, social media posts, news reports, and campaign contributions.

Of course, people change their minds, so we’ll update our list as candidates gain — or lose — celebrity endorsements. (For other candidates’ supporters, click here. In fact, you may want to save that link, because the list of endorsements includes more than 200 stars, power brokers, and rich folks — and we’re adding to it every day.)

Also Read: Voting With the Stars: Your Guide to Celebrity Presidential Endorsements (List)

Clinton’s list of names is longer than any other candidate’s — a testament both to many celebrities’ satisfaction with her policies, and her decades of networking and winning supporters as Secretary of State, a New York senator, and as first lady.

Unsurprisingly in famously liberal Hollywood, Democrats have more celebrity supporters than Republicans — at least yong those willing to publicly talk politics. (Some Republicans, fearing ostracism or just awkward conversation, keep their politics close to the vest.)

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Clinton’s supporters range from long-established liberals like Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenenberg, as well as an eclectic mix of young stars including Katy Perry, Waka Flocka, Ariana Grande, and America Ferrera.

That’s right: Clinton has America’s vote. Oh, and also Larry Flynt’s, Matt Damon‘s, and Lena Dunham‘s.

Here’s the list of Hillary Clinton supporters:

George and Amal Clooney

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

America Ferrera

Robert DeNiro

Ari Emanuel

Jane Fonda

Abby Wambach

Dustin Hoffman

Drew Barrymore

Connie Britton

Matt Damon

Cher

Beyoncé

Debra Messing

Ellen Pompeo

Jessica Alba 

Bryan Lourd

Larry Flynt

Ellen DeGeneres

Harvey Weinstein

Beth Behrs

Estelle

Karl Lagerfeld 

Carole King

Tig Notari

Cyndi Lauper

John Leguizamo

Padma Lakshmi 

Guillermo Diaz 

Lena Dunham

Lady Gaga

Ted Danson

Gideon Raff

Ben Harper 

Adam Shankman

Russell Simmons 

Tony Goldwyn

Bellamy Young

Orlando Bloom

Maria Bamford

Jamie Foxx

Anna Wintour

Lukas Haas

Chuck Lorre

Meg Ryan

Salma Hayek

Cristela Alonzo

Candice Bergen

Mary J. Blige 

Sally Field

Martha Stewart 

Craig Newmark

Viola Davis

Pharrell Williams

Candis Cayne 

Vera Wang

Tom Hanks 

Octavia Spencer

Britney Spears

Zach Braff

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Larry Flynt

Lindsay Lohan

Jeffrey Wright

Tony Bennett 

Johnny Galecki

Magic Johnson

Abbi Jacobson

Katy Perry

Kerry Washington

Olivia Wilde

Lori McCreary

John Legend

K. Michelle 

Ne-Yo

Julianne Moore

Josh Peck

Eva Langoria

Amy Schumer 

Anne Hathaway

Jim Parsons 

Demi Lovato

50 Cent

Cybill Shepherd

Jamie Lee Curtis

Michael Kors

Amber Tamblyn

Rosie O’Donnell

Amy Poehler

Jemima Kirke

Katy Perry

Gina Rodriguez

Mary Steenburgen

Shonda Rhimes

Constance Wu

Natasha Leggero

Zoe Kazan

Tracy Anderson

Shannon Woodward

Katie Lowes

Sting

Uzo Aduba

J.J. Abrams

Steven Spielberg

Jeffery Katzenberg

Jon Bon Jovi 

Ilana Glazer

RuPaul

Haim and Cheryl Saban

Kat Dennings

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Jennifer Lopez

Dascha Polanco

Leonardo DiCaprio

 Rob Friedman

Snoop Dogg

Waka Flocka 

Ariana Grande

L.A. Reid

Kelly Clarkson

Ja Rule

Katie Holmes

Reese Witherspoon

Stevie Wonder 

Tobey Maguire

Kate Walsh

Diane Kruger

Ben Affleck

Jennifer Garner

Richard Gere

Bradley Whitford

Quincy Jones

Barbra Streisand

Dakota Fanning

Marc Anthony

Bryan Cranston

Jesse Eisenberg

Chris Colfer

Retta

Elizabeth Banks

Sean Astin

Howard Stern

Alex Rodriguez

Usher

Greg Berlanti

Steven Bochco

Antonio Villaraigosa

Amanda de Cadenet

Lee Daniels

Howard Gordon

Rob Reiner 

Andrew Rannells 

Jemima Kirke

Christina Aguilera 

Kate Hudson

Chris Silbermann

Elton John

Andra Day

Kendall Jenner 

Ricky Martin 

Michael Douglas 

Will Ferrell

Morgan Freeman

Sean Penn

Who are you voting for?

Also Read: Spike Lee Endorses Bernie Sanders for President: ‘He Will Do The Right Thing’ (Audio)

Hillary Clinton has by far the most celebrity endorsements of any presidential candidate in 2016 — a list that includes recent Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, Beyonce, and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Welcome to another edition of Voting With the Stars, TheWrap’s breakdown of who in Hollywood is voting for each of the remaining presidential candidates. We’ve assembled our master list of who supports who by scouring public statements, social media posts, news reports, and campaign contributions.

Of course, people change their minds, so we’ll update our list as candidates gain — or lose — celebrity endorsements. (For other candidates’ supporters, click here. In fact, you may want to save that link, because the list of endorsements includes more than 200 stars, power brokers, and rich folks — and we’re adding to it every day.)

Clinton’s list of names is longer than any other candidate’s — a testament both to many celebrities’ satisfaction with her policies, and her decades of networking and winning supporters as Secretary of State, a New York senator, and as first lady.

Unsurprisingly in famously liberal Hollywood, Democrats have more celebrity supporters than Republicans — at least yong those willing to publicly talk politics. (Some Republicans, fearing ostracism or just awkward conversation, keep their politics close to the vest.)

Clinton’s supporters range from long-established liberals like Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenenberg, as well as an eclectic mix of young stars including Katy Perry, Waka Flocka, Ariana Grande, and America Ferrera.

That’s right: Clinton has America’s vote. Oh, and also Larry Flynt’s, Matt Damon‘s, and Lena Dunham‘s.

Here’s the list of Hillary Clinton supporters:

George and Amal Clooney

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

America Ferrera

Robert DeNiro

Ari Emanuel

Jane Fonda

Abby Wambach

Dustin Hoffman

Drew Barrymore

Connie Britton

Matt Damon

Cher

Beyoncé

Debra Messing

Ellen Pompeo

Jessica Alba 

Bryan Lourd

Larry Flynt

Ellen DeGeneres

Harvey Weinstein

Beth Behrs

Estelle

Karl Lagerfeld 

Carole King

Tig Notari

Cyndi Lauper

John Leguizamo

Padma Lakshmi 

Guillermo Diaz 

Lena Dunham

Lady Gaga

Ted Danson

Gideon Raff

Ben Harper 

Adam Shankman

Russell Simmons 

Tony Goldwyn

Bellamy Young

Orlando Bloom

Maria Bamford

Jamie Foxx

Anna Wintour

Lukas Haas

Chuck Lorre

Meg Ryan

Salma Hayek

Cristela Alonzo

Candice Bergen

Mary J. Blige 

Sally Field

Martha Stewart 

Craig Newmark

Viola Davis

Pharrell Williams

Candis Cayne 

Vera Wang

Tom Hanks 

Octavia Spencer

Britney Spears

Zach Braff

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Larry Flynt

Lindsay Lohan

Jeffrey Wright

Tony Bennett 

Johnny Galecki

Magic Johnson

Abbi Jacobson

Katy Perry

Kerry Washington

Olivia Wilde

Lori McCreary

John Legend

K. Michelle 

Ne-Yo

Julianne Moore

Josh Peck

Eva Langoria

Amy Schumer 

Anne Hathaway

Jim Parsons 

Demi Lovato

50 Cent

Cybill Shepherd

Jamie Lee Curtis

Michael Kors

Amber Tamblyn

Rosie O’Donnell

Amy Poehler

Jemima Kirke

Katy Perry

Gina Rodriguez

Mary Steenburgen

Shonda Rhimes

Constance Wu

Natasha Leggero

Zoe Kazan

Tracy Anderson

Shannon Woodward

Katie Lowes

Sting

Uzo Aduba

J.J. Abrams

Steven Spielberg

Jeffery Katzenberg

Jon Bon Jovi 

Ilana Glazer

RuPaul

Haim and Cheryl Saban

Kat Dennings

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Jennifer Lopez

Dascha Polanco

Leonardo DiCaprio

 Rob Friedman

Snoop Dogg

Waka Flocka 

Ariana Grande

L.A. Reid

Kelly Clarkson

Ja Rule

Katie Holmes

Reese Witherspoon

Stevie Wonder 

Tobey Maguire

Kate Walsh

Diane Kruger

Ben Affleck

Jennifer Garner

Richard Gere

Bradley Whitford

Quincy Jones

Barbra Streisand

Dakota Fanning

Marc Anthony

Bryan Cranston

Jesse Eisenberg

Chris Colfer

Retta

Elizabeth Banks

Sean Astin

Howard Stern

Alex Rodriguez

Usher

Greg Berlanti

Steven Bochco

Antonio Villaraigosa

Amanda de Cadenet

Lee Daniels

Howard Gordon

Rob Reiner 

Andrew Rannells 

Jemima Kirke

Christina Aguilera 

Kate Hudson

Chris Silbermann

Elton John

Andra Day

Kendall Jenner 

Ricky Martin 

Michael Douglas 

Will Ferrell

Morgan Freeman

Sean Penn

Who are you voting for?