The 30-year-old actress sat down with Huffington Post and opened up about Jane Villanueva and how she made her possibly the most relate-able character on television.
“I think [also] her fearlessness is important. She’s very kind about her fearlessness, she’s kind and humble about that trait, and I think that’s something that had to be true about her the entire way,” Gina shared. “As much as she tells people to be honest with her, she’s also not afraid to say I’m sorry. It’s very easy for her to go into the world as though she’s perfect, but she’s not. She just makes very specific decisions that tend to make her look as though she’s perfect, but she’s not afraid to say she’s sorry when she realizes her neuroses are pushing people away.”
Gina added about how much she actually knew about the storyline of the first season.
“I didn’t have the script when we started shooting, so seeing her journey was very much like my own. I didn’t know the entire map. The same way we don’t know our future, I didn’t know Jane’s either. They wouldn’t tell me anything!” she continued. “I thought the way her relationship with her mother changed was a nice evolution throughout the season … she realized that she thought she was the adult, when really she still was the child. That kind of evolution of getting off your high horse. I really saw Jane humble herself.”
Lottie Moss shows off her long legs as she arrives at the 2015 Serpentine Gallery Summer Party at the Kensington Gardens in London, England on Thursday afternoon (July 2).
The 16-year-old model was also seen out at the Vogue and Ralph Lauren Wimbledon Party held at Kensington Place Orangery and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time media night late last month.
Ella Eyre heads out of ITV Studios in London on Thursday morning (July 2).
The 21-year-old singer has been tapped to sing England Rugby’s official World Cup song “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”.
“I’m so proud to be singing Swing Low and getting behind the team in a World Cup year on home soil,” Ella shared. “I am really looking forward to helping bring the whole nation behind the England team. It’s inspiring to see the levels of support for the players and we’re raising money for a great cause.”
All proceeds from the single will go towards supporting England Rugby’s All Schools programme, supported by principle partner CBRE, which seeks to introduce rugby to state secondary schools.
“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” will drop on September 7th, just a few weeks after her own album, Feline, debuts.
Justin Bieber rocks a helmet as goes skating with some friends while visiting Sydney’s Monster Skate Park on Thursday evening (July 2) in Sydney, Australia.
The 21-year-old singer held an impromptu question and answer session with around 150 female fans but would not continue if paparazzi were present. He asked that all the girls be seated on the concrete ground before he would answer their questions.