KATHERINE HEIGL Signs With WME and Returns to Television

I figure like this:

1253716363_slide4  If the source of my next story gave all the good, and the glory about Katherine Heigl’s triumph since shooting herself in the foot with Grey’s Anatomy, and near career down-fall since then, then as I report this story-I feel it best to follow suit and give the girl the glory of her good, new news too you see…ya’ know…because I don’t believe in prefacing the same slips and falls when someone is evidently trying, and moving upward (or onward).

Hey..I’m all-for someone starting anew, and turning over a new leaf after the great taste of humble pie after feeling you were too good for the show that made you.

article-2567196-1B80495500000578-486_634x433 Good news for Katherine Heigl who, while awaiting funding for an independent film: “Jenny’s Wedding,” that until then, is on the shelf in preparation for straight to DVD, she has inked a deal with WME and is returning to television in NBC’s drama called: “State of Affairs” (which was picked up by NBC and too, will be produced by Heigl).

Awesome.

Congratulations for Katherine Heigl.

And as my source of this story quoted (in case you didn’t know more about Heigl outside of her notorious Grey’s shoot in the foot that too, is a poster-child example of how not to get too big for your britches or else you could be caught-pants down), here are a few kinds words on the onward and upward that my source wanted us all to know about Heigl since her abrupt and less-than stellar departure from the show that made her famous: (quote) “Heigl can also be seen next in “Your Right Mind” with Ben Barnes, “North of Hell” with Patrick Wilson and “Jenny’s Wedding” with Alexis Bledel. Heigl was most recently seen in “Big Wedding” with Robert De Niro and also voiced one of the characters in Open Road’s “The Nut Job.”

Besides her work on film and television, Heigl has founded the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, which aims to eliminate cruelty to animals and promote pet welfare” (unquote).

.Cheers to humbler beginnings and good luck to Heigl on her new show and return to television  

Source: Justin Kroll

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