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Jenny (Heigl) struggles to convince her parents to accept her as a gay and support her decision to marry her partner Kitty (Bledel).
Katherine says she is sorry that the 'Grey's Anatomy' creator has a 'crappy impression' of her and hopes she can 'do something to change that.'
The former 'Grey's Anatomy' actress admits that she has 'made mistakes and unwittingly or carelessly spoken or acted,' but she doesn't think she's rude.
The 'Grey's Anatomy' alum, who filed a $6 million lawsuit against drugstore chain Duane Reade over her paparazzi photo, has voluntarily dropped the case.
Heigl addresses rumor that she's difficult to work with at the 2014 NBCUniversal TCA Press Tour in Beverly Hills during 'State of Affairs' panel.
The 'State of Affairs' actress admits she should have challenged herself more, 'I should have done a superhero movie or a psychological thriller.'
Dramas 'Odyssey' and 'Allegiance' as well as comedy 'Marry Me' are also added to the network's pick-up slate.
Heigl implies that she is a successful actress who won't use any money Duane Rade pays for her own pleasure.
A studio insider says the 'Ugly Truth' actress 'can cost you time every single day of shooting,' adding that her momager Nancy is also difficult to work with.
The project, which will mark the 'Grey's Anatomy' star's return to TV, is described as 'Scandal' meets 'The West Wing'.
The former 'Grey's Anatomy' actress is set to lead a new drama project, which is eyed by multiple networks.
The 'Grey's Anatomy' actress and the 'Duplicity' actor are reportedly attached to lead the action film which is directed by 'V for Vendetta' director James McTeigue.
The 'One for the Money' actress and her singer husband are spotted out and about in Los Angeles with their new baby once again a day after taking her to visit friends.
The couple, who has been married for more than four years, keep the details of their new daughter a secret.
PETA reported that the 'One for the Money' actress has sent the letter out of concern that animal abuse will go unreported since the bill would criminalize undercover filming on factory farms.