When asked if they could maybe be in any future episodes, Lori added, “No, I don’t think they’re going to make a cameo. They didn’t this season.”
“After you got over the initial surreal experience of like, ‘Wow, we’re here again,’ we sort of fell back into line exactly as we were,” Lori added. “And we had a lot of laughs and a lot of good times and it was a lot like picking up right where we left off.”
“So, for the very first episode we were all there … then we came on throughout the season and we each did different episodes on our own,” Lori continued. “I did one episode where it was just me and the girls … we were all in the first one, and then sprinkled out through the rest of the season.”
Kathie Lee Gifford‘s husband, professional football player Frank Gifford, died suddenly over the summer and it was just revealed by the family that he was suffering from brain disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (aka CTE).
CTE is the disease at the center of Will Smith‘s new movie Concussion, and has been found to effect football players due to their frequent head trama.
“After losing our beloved husband and father, Frank Gifford, we as a family made the difficult decision to have his brain studied in hopes of contributing to the advancement of medical research concerning the link between football and traumatic brain injury,” the statement began. “While Frank passed away from natural causes this past August at the age of 84, our suspicions that he was suffering from the debilitating effects of head trauma were confirmed when a team of pathologists recently diagnosed his condition as that of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)–a progressive degenerative brain disease.”
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Serayah looks super fierce while posing for the cover of Bello‘s Young Hollywood issue for November 2015.
Here is what the 20-year-old Empire actress had to share with the mag:
OnJussie Smollett‘s Jamal being her favorite Lyon brother: “If I had to pick, it would probably be him because I think he’s embellished a lot of things on the show. And even being a part of the series, I still get really excited to see him perform.”
On her southern California upbringing: “Having to move a lot, whether it’s for work or whatever it is, it’s helped me see a lot. Growing up in LA has definitely given me, what I want to say is a humbleness that I carry with me. When you grow up there, you appreciate where you’re from, rather than seeing it as this untouchable Hollywood idea. I still carry that Hometown Glory with me, though. I love Southern California and how laid back it is, the energy. I also love being by the beach, so being a drive away from one is never something to complain about.”
On the Empire sets: “Believe it or not, our sets are one of my favorite pieces of this puzzle. They’re so stunning, and they really help us as artists and actors to get into that creative space, where we become those people.”
“We’ve been married 20 years and we’ve been asking ourselves [what’s the secret to marriage] and really at the end of the day it’s just not quitting,” the 47-year-old actor told ET. “You can’t expect it to be easy, it’s like our marriage was the most difficult, grueling, excruciating thing that we have ever taken on in our lives. And you know were just not quitters.”
“If there is a secret I would say is that we never went into working in our relationship,” Will added. “We only ever worked on ourselves individually, and then presented ourselves to one another better than we were previously.”