Kerry Washington

The Rock, Katy Perry, Mark Ruffalo, and more: All the celebrities urging you to vote

Voting has always been an important right in the United States as different groups have fought for the ability to do so over the years. While every election cycle brings out a renewed effort to make sure people take advantage of their right to vote, this year has seemed to feature a bigger push than ever, especially from celebrities.

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Kerry Washington snaps selfie with Kit Harington at Emmys: 'Yo! He’s ALIVE'

Apparently, Kerry Washington didn’t get the memo about Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) resurrection on Game of Thrones.

While at the 68th annual Emmy Awards Sunday night, the Scandal actress grabbed a photo with Harington backstage, confirming that he is, in fact, breathing.

“Yo! He’s ALIVE,” Washington captioned the cute selfie.

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Kerry Washington on Trump campaign: 'Playing Olivia Pope, I know spin when I see it'

During her appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday, Scandal star Kerry Washington had some words regarding Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway: “Kellyanne’s really good at what she does. Playing Olivia Pope, I know spin when I see it.” 

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Kerry Washington developing female police drama at ABC

Kerry Washington is going from the corridors of power in Washington, D.C., to the mean streets of Los Angeles.

EW has confirmed the Scandal star is on board to executive produce Patrol, a drama about four female LAPD officers that’s in the works at ABC.

Chitra Sampath (Secrets and Lies, Southland) wrote the script, which centers on a quartet of cops who attended the police academy together several years before and are forced to reconnect to confront a secret that won’t stay buried.

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Kerry Washington sees the horror in group texts

We’ve all been there — that group text that Just. Won’t. Stop. Kerry Washington feels your pain.

On Thursday night, Jimmy Kimmel Live debuted its trailer for a (totally fake) horror movie called Group Text. The Scandal actress and current Emmy nominee for HBO’s Conviction (and future Oscar nominee if Kimmel had his druthers) stars as a woman just enjoying a quiet night on the couch in Olivia Pope’s apartment… until her phone blows up with a group text exchange about going out for the evening.

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