Melissa Benoist sat down for an interview with the Build Series on Monday (January 23) in New York City, and spoke about the Women’s March she attended in DC over the weekend.
The 28-year-old Supergirl star spoke about her favorite part of the march.
“My favorite point was when we reached the White House, and everywhere you turned, whichever street you were looking down, it was just a sea of people. A sea of people with the best energy,” she said (via Huffington Post). “The most positive place you could be. Everyone was supportive, everyone was loving each other. It was pretty amazing.”
“Ready,” Lauren, in D.C., wrote on Instagram, with a sneak peek of her sign which reads: “Hearts and Minds alike Unite in the Name of Human Rights.”
Bella Thorne, Melissa Benoist (who clearly has the best sign), and Leah Pipes are in DC as well.
And we’re STILL rejoicing because the list of characters who’ll be performing was just released and it’s a dream come true! Seriously, this a Broadway musical we always knew we wanted and need in our lives ASAP.
The crossover event, which will premiere on March 20th and March 21st, will start at the end of Supergirl, saving most of the musical action for The Flash.
However, some fans are starting to wonder big time about his actually identity and have a big suspicion that HE’s the Prince of Daxam instead of a guard like he said he was.
“No comment,” EP Andrew Kreisberg said when asked about it, but he did open up about Mon-El revealing his secrets to Kara.
“Secrets are never healthy in a relationship and obviously Mon-El is holding onto something,” he said. “We got a little taste that his life on Daxam might not be as over as we think from the glimpse of the space farers, who are on the hunt for him. So it will definitely play a big part in their relationship moving forward.”
Supergirl returns Monday, January 23rd @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW.
The 27-year-old actress was seen filming on the set of her show Supergirl on Friday (January 6) in Vancouver, Canada.
Melissa recently opened up about what’s going to happen during the rest of Supergirl‘s second season.
“For the rest of this season, what the writers have been doing really well is relating the show to a lot of things going on in our country right now and bringing up issues of equality,” she told The Denver Post.
Melissa added, “So I appreciate how every single character on our show just stands up for loving each other and sticking together, no matter where you come from, whatever your skin color, species, planet or sexuality — whatever it is, it doesn’t matter. You deserve love and can stand up for what’s right. So you’ll see a lot more of that.”
The 28-year-old actress dished on the episode in a new interview.
“It’s really exciting to have everyone in one place. I think we’re all really proud of our shows,” the 28-year-old star of Supergirl recently said in an interview. “It’s a weird feeling to be in a room with bunch of people wearing superhero outfits and it’s not like a costume party. It was a cool feeling. And it was basically everyone – everyone, there’s so many people.”
“I can’t wait for people to see it, but I also was excited to fly in front of everyone. There were a few really awkward attempts, so I did kind of fall on my butt a little bit in front of everyone. But it was a fun; It was a supportive atmosphere,” Melissa added.