Lucy Liu wore a Vivienne Westwood strapless gown with a J. Mendel capelet, Lorraine Schwartz jewellery and carried a Ferragamo gold clutch.
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Ensemble member Jon will take over the role of Crier from May 21 until June 9. Chicagoans, go watch and support Bell!
Well, all I can say is I am on this side of the Atlantic. I have to be because of ‘Thrones.’
Shooting on ‘Thrones’ begins in July, but it’s serendipity that I’m on the right side of the Atlantic in case Rob wanted to use me again. So, who knows?
I can’t say enough positive things about how much I enjoyed being a part of the ‘Elementary’ family for the time that I was. So, I would always be open to the idea of working with that fantastic cast and with Rob again, definitely.
I talked to Rob about it and I was like, ‘Why not?’ Originally, she was. Irene Adler was a Jersey girl. I was like, ‘Well, let me just play her American.’
The cool thing about Irene Adler is you don’t really know who she is or where she comes from.
If you look into the novels or the incarnations of her — she’s a bit of a con woman, a bit of a wily one herself, so she has an accent, but you can’t quite place it, so I thought, if I can do some kind of general American accent that is like, ‘What is that? Where is she from?’
I was really curious about the idea of doing that, especially as it’s a British Sherlock in the show.
Bring on Season 2!
“Feels just like having Holmes here, doesn’t it?”
The Charlie’s Angels star created a series of works entitled Totem which are on display at The Popular Institute on Thomas Street.
The 44-year-old made the pieces in the collection by sewing hand-dyed leather onto canvas and linen to explore “the fragility of the human form”.
The gallery opened its doors with Liu’s inaugural exhibition on 17 May.
“We’re really excited about the collaboration,” a Popular Institute spokesperson said. “Her exhibition and the new gallery really adds to the Manchester art scene.
“Ms Liu’s art symbolises human experiences such as trauma, healing, death and birth.”
Beady Eye: Start Anew (Live & Acoustic)
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