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Rachel Bloom's Dress Resembles a Pill Bottle at 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Event

Rachel Bloom attends the Paley Center For Media’s 2019 PaleyFest Los Angeles panel for her show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at the Dolby Theater on Wednesday night (March 20) in Los Angeles.

The star was joined by her co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna, as well as stars Gabrielle Ruiz, Donna Lynne Champlin, Scott Michael Foster, Vella Lovell, Pete Gardner, and Kathryn Burns.

The show’s final season is currently airing and the series finale will air on April 5. Be sure to tune into The CW to see how it all ends.More Here! »

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Rachel Bloom & 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Get Festive at Knotts Berry Farm Trip!

It’s a very Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Christmas this season!


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and her cast mates Gabrielle Ruiz, Donna Lynne Champlin, Burl Moseley, Danny Jolles, as well as choreographer Kathryn Burns got into the Holiday spirit with a cast trip to Knotts Berry Farm at Buena Park on Sunday (December 16) in Los Angeles.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Rachel Bloom

“HARDCORE TIME AT @knottsberryfarm TODAY with the #CrazyExGirlfriend fam,” Rachel captioned with her Instagram post.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is set to be ending after its final fourth season, which will debut in 2019 on The CW.


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Rachel Bloom Talks 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Series Finale

Rachel Bloom shares a sweet moment on stage with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna at The CW’s portion of the 2018 Summer TCA Press Tour on Monday (August 6) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The ladies were joined at the panel by cast members Scott Michael Foster, Donna Lynne Champlin, Vella Lovell, Gabrielle Ruiz, and Pete Gardner.

Rachel opened up at the panel about the show’s upcoming series finale, which is at the end of season four. The finale is just how she and Aline envisioned it to be when the show was pitched to other networks.

“Every season was a different lens of what it meant to be a crazy ex from the inside out,” Rachel said. “There are network executives around town that know how our series ends if they remember or care — because they passed.”

An original character, who hasn’t been seen since season two, will also be recast for the upcoming fourth and final season!

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Gina Rodriguez, Sonequa Martin-Green & More Women in TV Emphasize Jobs as Time's Up Next Step!

Gina Rodriguez shares a laugh while speaking at CBS’ 2018 The EYEspeak Summit held at the Pacific Design Center on Wednesday (March 14) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 33-year-old Jane the Virgin star was joined by her co-star Diane Guerrero, Star Trek: Discovery‘s Sonequa Martin-Green and Wilson Cruz, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Gabrielle Ruiz and Aline Brosh McKenna, NCISMaria Bello, former Greys Anatomy star Sara Ramirez and transgender activist Ashlee Marie Preston.

“For so long I’ve seen the women that came before me fighting for the one seat at the table, and what happens when you fight for the one seat at the table is that you, instinctually, push the people aside because that one seat is important to you — that one seat is everything you have, everything you’ve been fighting for,” Jane expressed (via Variety). “That is a cultural norm that we should erase.”

The key next step in the Time’s Up movement is to create jobs, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend showrunner Aline said: “There’s so much solidarity in being together but we need to offer each other economic opportunities. Hashtags, tweeting, that’s all great, but jobs — that’s what we need,” Aline continued. “You have to hire women and promote women and let them fail and protect them. I wish more women had done that for me and I’m very determined to do that for more women.”

FYI: Sonequa is wearing a Dylanlex ring and earrings. Diane is wearing a Cos dress, Malone Souliers heels, and a Pierre Hardy clutch.

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Rachel Bloom & 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Cast Have 100th Song Celebration Sing-A-Long at Vulture Fest!

Rachel Bloom flashes a smile alongside co-star David Hull and co-creator Aline Brosh MKenna backstage at their Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: 100th Song Celebration Sing-a-Long event held during the 2017 Vulture Festival LA presented by AT&T at Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Sunday (November 19) in Hollywood.

The 30-year-old Golden Globe-winning actress was also joined by co-stars Vella Lovell, Gabrielle Ruiz, Scott Michael Foster, Jack Dolgen, Donna Lynne Champlin, Peter Gardner and Vincent Rodriguez III.

“Earnestness is scary to me sometimes in writing because it runs the risk of being cheesy, and also you’re really baring your soul without hiding it with snarkiness. It feels very exposed,” Rachel expressed about the most recent episode (via Vulture). “‘Diagnosis‘ is pretty earnest. I mean, it’s still funny and you’re getting in her headspace, which is specific, but because you run the risk of it being cheesy, it’s still scary for me. It comes from a place of truth and that feels great for me.”

“I’m the biggest musical-theater fan of the people who write songs on this show,” Rachel continued. “I rely on the other people around me to be like, ‘This is cheeseballs.’ The fact that Aline doesn’t think it’s cheeseballs and Adam didn’t think it’s cheeseballs and Jack doesn’t think it’s cheeseballs is good.”

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Tracee Ellis Ross Honored by On-Screen Daughter Yara Shahidi at Women Making History Brunch

Tracee Ellis Ross takes the stage as she is honored by her Black-ish on-screen daughter Yara Shahidi at the 5th Annual Women Making History Brunch on Saturday (September 17) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 43-year-old actress was honored alongside fashion designer Rachel Zoe, actress Abigail Breslin, and entrepreneur Toni Ko.

The National Women’s History Museum, Glamour Magazine, and Lifeway Foods held the brunch to honor the achievements of women and generate awareness of the Museum and the importance of preserving women’s history.

Other guests at the brunch included Molly Sims, Bruce Greenwood, Alison Dean, Amy Brenneman, Angel Parker, Angelique Cabral, Danielle Fishel, Gabrielle Ruiz, Garcelle Beauvais, Kate Walsh, Kathryn Burns, Kathy Griffins, Melora Hardin, Moran Atias, NeNe Leakes, Olivia Holt, Perrey Reeves, Peyton List, Sara Rue, Sharon Lawrence, Sky Nellor, and Virginia Williams.

FYI: Olivia is wearing a Vita Fede choker.

35+ pictures inside of Tracee Ellis Ross and the rest of the attendees at the Women Making History BrunchMore Here! »