Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley are welcoming a third baby into their family! The couple announced their happy news on June 23. Their son will join sisters Adelaide Marie Hope, 4, and Naleigh Moon, 7, who the couple adopted. We’re so excited for these two!
We’ve been dreaming about Katherine Heigl‘s return to Grey’s Anatomy since her departure from the series in 2010. And even though creator Shonda Rhimes recently said she’s done with Izzie Stevens’ storyline, we’re still holding out hope. Well, today, Aug. 24, longtime Grey’s fans got a bit of good news — Katherine, 36, will be reconnecting with the ABC drama. Find out how!
First, Grey’s Anatomy boss Shonda Rhimes killed Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey), and now, she just killed our dreams. During a recent interview, Shonda said she has absolutely no interest in bringing Katherine Heigl back to the series for any number of episodes. When asked about the possibility of Izzie Stevens returning, Shonda said “no,” shook her head and “shut the interviewer down hard.”
Jenny’s (Katherine Heigl) parents have always wanted her to get married — but when she breaks the news to them that she is, it’s not what they expect: it’s to a woman, her roommate Kitty (Alexis Bledel) who her family thought was just her roommate. They struggle—especially her father (Tom Wilkinson)—with accepting that their daughter is gay, but they seem to come around by the end of the new trailer.
Pretty much since the day Katherine Heigl left Grey’s Anatomy in 2010, the question has loomed as to whether she would return to the series. Well, following the death of McDreamy (meaning the exit of series star Patrick Dempsey), the show’s upcoming season 12 seems as good a time as any to bring back some familiar faces, right? On June 22, Katherine set the record straight as to whether audiences can expect to see her when the long running series returns to ABC in the fall.
Katherine Heigl, 35, stars as CIA analyst, Charleston “Charlie” Tucker, opposite Alfre Woodard, 62, (who plays the U.S. President) in NBC’s political espionage thriller, State of Affairs. The two have an unlikely connection, surrounding Charlie’s big secret, which makes for a “complicated” relationship, Katherine tells HollywoodLife.com.
It’s been more than three years since Katherine Heigl scrubbed in on Grey’s Anatomy — her final episode aired Jan. 21, 2010 — but her departure remains a touchy subject. In a new interview with the New York Post, show star Ellen Pompeo gets very candid about the reasons behind Katherine’s exit, which she attributes to “hurt feelings, combined with instant success and huge paychecks started things spinning out of control.”