Paget and shemar dating
We got along famously and he was flirting with me and I remember thinking, I must be queer.
I should be reacting differently to what he’s doing.”Now in its seventh season, was the 10th-highest-rated show on TV this spring, and at one point it’s drawn 26 million viewers.
She had a basic audition outfit — leggings, white blouses, all plain but feminine — she’d used at previous auditions.
Her slightly punk, super-queer DIY aesthetic never made it to auditions with her until then. That would be a scary day.”Although Vangsness has played Penelope for seven years, she doesn’t worry about getting pigeonholed in the role, because “if you had to get typecast as somebody, she’s like the funnest, coolest, neatest kind of person.
“You would never argue about a straight girl playing a lesbian. I feel like we have such great role models,” she says of gay women who play straight quite convincingly, “like Jane Lynch and Jodie Foster and all these people that you don’t even think about.”In her case, Vangsness playing opposite Moore is easy: “I can believe myself when I’m flirting with Shemar.” Even so, Vangsness is engaged to marry Goldstein, a former assistant editor on Fox’s .
I would be delighted to do that.”Her signature frankness came up last year when replaced the other two female cast members with a younger actress, and Vangsness wasn’t quiet about her shock and disappointment. No matter how much the cast felt like a family, at the end of the day, someone else controlled their fate.“You’re a squatter in a house and it’s a very glamorous house and you’re a very glamorous squatter,” Vangsness says.
She told reporters that the departure of Paget Brewster , now 42, and A. “But you don’t have a say in what they decide to do. I just saw this woman standing outside my dressing room and I was like, That woman’s really glorious-looking. Please come back.’ Now they’re back and they have this swagger to them…and their characters have gone through this huge evolution.”It’s obvious Vangsness loves her work, and even as our breakfast interview is interrupted by fawning fans, she remains in constant awe of the attention she garners by being the costar of one of the top-rated TV series for half a decade.“I do always feel like I sort of infiltrated.
[Penelope’s] sexuality comes from her sense of self, and I love that about her.
I sort of borrow from her because she’s comfortable.”Stylists on the set of the CBS series have gotten a bit of Vangsness’s do-it-yourself spirit as well.