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Wladimir saying some beautiful things about Hayden and their baby! Aww….
Klitschko also couldn’t help but gush about his leading lady, saying,
“She’s an amazing person and I’m more than sure that she’s going to be an amazing mom. Her wish to become a mother and have a child [was something] she’s been mentioning and telling me about a lot. You know, every dream will eventually come true and she’s going to be more than an amazing mother.”
ABC has announced that the third season of Nashville will premiere on September 24th 2014 at 10PM ET.
Moreover, show creator Callie Khouri revealed to Radio Times that the season 3 debut episode will feature live performances. The musical performances will broadcast, directly from the show’s set. The premiere episode will also have pre-recorded scenes, which will be shot on July 17th.
This morning the writers and the cast including Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten and Clare Bowen, are already preparing for the new season with a table read session.
Hayden is worried she is losing control of her pregnancy. Rumor has it that she is convinced she is having twins, because she is gaining too much weight to account for just one baby.
A source close to the pregnant bide-to-be told OK! Magazine that Hayden was getting so big that she was actually starting to get scared: “She was gobsmacked.
“Hayden has hinted to pals that she’s convinced there’s more than one baby, because she’s getting huge.
“It was unplanned… She’s terrified of the birth now.”
Pregnant Hayden Panettiere covered up her baby bump as she was spotted out and about with boxer boyfriend Wladimir Klitschko. The Nashville star seemed in great spirits as she and Wladimir headed for a romantic evening dining at the popular Hakkasan restaurant in London.
Hayden wore an all-black ensemble, which featured a pair of jeans and a cardigan, and her hair in a milkmaid-style plait. Heavyweight champ Wladimir looked every inch the protective boyfriend as he stood close to Hayden as the pair walked down the street.
We have added x09 photos to the gallery…
Another day, another bob. That seems to be Hollywood’s motto of the moment. Stars are chopping off their locks so often it’s becoming the new norm.
Still, even if it’s not exactly surprising when a celeb takes off a few inches we still are interested in seeing which bob style they decide on. And this weekend, a pregnant Hayden Panettiere went with a shaggy one.
The actress—who just last week confirmed she is expecting her first child with fiancée Wladimir Klitschko—turned to Jennifer Aniston’s hairstylist Chris McMillan for her new ‘do.
We also added x25 HQ candids of Hayden and Wladimir on holiday in St. Tropez on June 8, 2014
Hayden Panettiere and fiance Wladimir Klitschko were at the opening of an exhibition-museum of the Klitschko brothers’ personal items and trophies in Kiev on June 1st, 2014, we have added 46x photos to the gallery. Neither Wladimir nor Hayden confirmed her pregnancy but they didn’t deny it either.
“Becoming a father has been my dream and Hayden’s dream for a long time already, but I won’t give any comments. I know one thing for sure: every dream in the end comes true, and we can see it on this exhibition’s example. So, I hope this can happen” - Wladimir
Hayden’s headed to mommyhood! Hayden Panettiere is pregnant and expecting her first child with fiance Wladimir Klitschko, a source reveals exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly.
“Hayden is totally pregnant!” the insider tells Us of the Nashville star, 24, who has been engaged to Klitschko, 38, for a year.
On and off since meeting at a book party in 2009, the Heroes alum and her 6-foot-6 boxer beau dated for two years before splitting in 2011. By the spring of 2013, however, they were back together and ready to spend the rest of their lives with each other.
Speaking about her future with Klitschko in an interview with the May 2013 issue of Glamour just a few weeks after Us broke the news of their engagement, the petite blonde actress expressed her desire to start a family.
“I’ve lived a very big life, and I don’t feel my age, and I feel like I was born to be a mother,” she said. “Sometimes people speak about [having kids] like, ‘Your life ends—you’re never going to be able to do anything again!’ And I’m like, ‘What are you talking about?’ Motherhood is the most beautiful, exciting thing, and there’s nothing that I feel like I can’t accomplish while having children in my life.”
She even joked about what her kids with Klitschko might look like. “He’s got bowlegs and I’ve got knocked knees, so they’re going to have straight legs,” Panettiere quipped during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in November 2013. “And they’ll be normal height.”
Rayna Jaymes, Juliette Barnes and the rest of the “Nashville” gang haven’t played their last song.
The ABC television network announced late Friday that “Nashville” has been renewed for third season — with a full run of 22 episodes — ending months of speculation about the future of the locally produced prime-time drama. As “Nashville” has been considered “on the bubble” between renewal and cancellation throughout its second season, Friday’s news came as a relief to the show’s devoted fans, as well as its cast and crew.
“It’s another Nashville victory,” said actor Ed Amatrudo, who plays artist manager Glenn Goodman on “Nashville” and has called the real Music City home for the last 10 years. “The city of Nashville is on fire right now. It would be the worst possible time ever to not have a show like this.”
But it remains to be seen whether Nashville the city will continue to have “Nashville” the TV show in season 3.
Last month, sources revealed to The Tennessean that executives had explored the option of moving the production to other states, scouting locations in Texas and Georgia. In its first two seasons, “Nashville” has been shot exclusively in and around Music City, both on location and on an East Nashville soundstage.
But executive producer Steve Buchanan, who’s also the president of Opry Entertainment Group, the parent company of the “Grand Ole Opry” and Ryman Auditorium, said everyone who is involved wants to see “Nashville” stay at home.
“Our No. 1 goal was the pickup for season 3, and an equivalent goal for all parties is that the show is shot here in Nashville, where it should be,” he said. “The studios and the network want to see that happen; the state and the city, who have been incredibly supportive, want to see that happen; and obviously, from the Ryman Hospitality (formerly Gaylord Entertainment, “Opry” owners) perspective, we share that, and we will do whatever it takes in partnering with the city and the state to try and ensure that that happens.”
The Nielsen Co. reported that “Nashville” has averaged 4.5 million viewers in season 2, which is a 9 percent decrease from its first season.
But as a musical brand, it has continued to grow. The show released its fourth soundtrack album on Big Machine Records earlier this month, with more than 600,000 total albums sold to date. The top-selling digital track — one of dozens offered on iTunes — has been downloaded more than 190,000 times. It was a cover of The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey.”
Last month, ABC aired a concert special filmed at the Ryman Auditorium, and the cast followed that up with a sold-out four-date tour, packing theaters and clubs in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
The future of “Nashville” as a local product partly depends on economic incentives from state and local government. For season 2, the state contributed $12.5 million, Metro gave $500,000 and the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. added $125,000.
But a newly trimmed annual state budget leaves just roughly $3 million in the Tennessee film incentives fund, which would require more funding from Metro and the CVC to get closer to the $13.1 million provided for season 2.
In an official statement Saturday, CVC President Butch Spyridon said there had been “no official word on location. We can only hope and remain optimistic.”
Last year, it was mid-June before “Nashville” announced that the production would remain in Music City — nearly six weeks after ABC picked it up for a second season.
“Nashville” airs its second season finale at 9 p.m. Wednesday.