Big news, Gladiators: you can drink wine just like Olivia Pope! To celebrate the big April 17 finale, HollywoodLife.com is giving away 10 custom wine glasses that are personalized just for ‘Scandal’ fans! Click to enter and win!
Want to be Olivia Pope? Well, now you can! No, you can’t sleep with the POTUS, but you can drink wine just like OPA’s main lady. Kerry Washington would be so proud! Keep reading, Gladiators, to find out all the details on winning custom-made Scandal wine glasses!
‘Scandal’ Contest: Enter To Win Olivia Pope Wine Glasses
We can already predict our hangover of sadness come Friday morning, after Scandal wraps its third season on Thursday, April 17, so we might as well add to the pain with a wine-induced headache, too. (Seriously, how will we survive without our weekly dose of Mellie, Fitz and Olivia?)
Thanks to our friends at Things Remembered, now you can drink just like Olivia Pope with your very own custom-made Scandal wine glasses by entering HollywoodLife.com‘s EXCLUSIVE giveaway contest!
Each glass is inscribed with “WWOPD?” aka “What Would Olivia Pope Do?” and, of course, they all say “It’s Handled.” We are giving away five sets of two so that means five lucky Gladiators can win their very own set of goblets.
Olivia Pope Wine Glasses: Get Your Own From ThingsRemembered.com!
Enter to win right here at HollywoodLife.com, but if you aren’t a lucky winner, you can still get your own glasses.
The glasses can be purchased and personalized with your favorite gladiator saying at Things Remembered, the nation’s largest and most prominent retailer of personalized gifts or online at Things Remembered‘s online shop. The cost of the glass is $8 each, plus the cost of personalization, which varies based on the fonts you choose and how much you have to say.
But, of course, you can enter to win your very own set of glasses for FREE right here on HollywoodLife.com!
HollywoodLifers, make sure to enter the contest to win, and let us know how you plan to celebrate the Scandal finale tonight — will you be watching?
— Elizabeth Wagmeister