Hayden attended last night’s Critics’ Choice Awards, wearing a gorgeous peach-coloured gown. The Nashville star was all smiles while posing for photos and looked happy and healthy as she stopped for interviews. Inside, she hit the stage with Jonathan Jackson to present an award. You can watch a lovely interview with E!, here.
Hayden made headlines back in October when it was announced that she had entered a treatment center for postpartum depression. Hayden has been open about her struggles since welcoming daughter Kaya in Decemer 2014, saying, “Women need to know that they’re not alone, and that it does heal.”
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Hayden Panettiere will compete against Eva Longoria on ‘Lip Sync Battle’.
The ‘Nashville’ actress will go head-to-head with the ‘Desperate Housewives star on the show in February but Hayden could have the upper hand as she enlists Christina Aguilera for a performance of ‘Lady Marmalade’, according to Entertainment Weekly. It has not been revealed if Eva, 40, will enlist the help of a fellow celebrity. The show sees two celebrities go head-to-head in a bid to out-perform one another while lip-syncing to famous songs.
Some of the most memorable performances include Anne Hathaway singing Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’, Terry Crew’s topless rendition of ‘A Thousand Miles’ and the recent head-to-head between Channing Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum.
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Hayden has returned to work.
The 26-year-old actress sought treatment for postpartum depression in October, 10 months after the birth of her and fiancÃ© Wladamir Klitschko’s daughter Kaya and she recently resumed filming on TV show ‘Nashville’ following her leave of absence.
TVLine reports that Hayden, who plays country singer Juliette Barnes on the show, was on set to begin filming episode 14 of season four of the drama series. She is expected to be back on screens in April.
Juliette Barnes is back!
Nashville‘s Hayden Panettiere, who in October took a leave of absence from the ABC drama to undergo treatment for postpartum depression has returned to work on the series, TVLine has learned exclusively.
An ABC rep declined to comment, but sources confirm that the actress reported back to the set on Friday to begin work on Season 4’s 14th episode, which is slated to air in April. (Nashville returns from its midseason break on March 16).
Panettiere left the series in early October just as Episode 9 was about to start production. Her character, Juliette — who in an eerie parallel was also battling postpartum depression — was last seen in the Nov. 18 episode.
Executive producer/showrunner Dee Johnson said that she fully expected Panettiere to return.
“It’s not the entire season, it’s just for now,” Johnson told Deadline, adding, “We’ve had to make adjustments, but it’s not uncommon for shows to have to make such accommodations when real life intervenes.”
Hayden Panettiere attended the Ein Herz Fuer Kinder (translated: A Heart For Children) Gala with her fiancé Wladimir Klitschko in Berlin, Germany on Saturday. They were joined by Wladimir’s brother, Vitali Klitschko, and his wife Natalia.
The 26-year-old, who wore studded black leggings with a blazer and an off-the-shoulder top, appeared to be having a great time while posing for photographs.
On Friday, Hayden posted a selfie showing off her newly cut blonde locks, which grazed her shoulders.
She captioned the Twitter photo, writing: ‘Chopping off hair is like getting rid of metaphorical and literal dead ends. Off with the old and growing the new,’ adding a flexed arm emoji.
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Hayden made her first public appearance since entering treatment for postpartum depression in early October, stepping out to support fiance Wladimir Klitschko during his hugely hyped world heavyweight title fight in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Nov. 28th.
Hayden looked happy and healthy as she posed for photographers wearing a striped sweater, plaid miniskirt and hat before Wlad’s bout with Britain’s Tyson Fury. But that show of solidarity wasn’t enough: Tyson beat Wladimir, marking the Olympic gold medalist’s first defeat in 11 years.
As a bruised and bloodied Wlad left the arena, Hayden was by his side where she could be seen holding his hand while wrapping her other arm around him.