Holly J. refuses to go back to Degrassi, and Alli is forced to apologize. After Anya Paige becomes a Hollywood Diva and loses her part in the film. She then Riley Stavros begins dating Fiona Coyne, to cover up the fact he's gay. Riley runs . Before Spinner was just dating these larger than life divas where as Jane was .. Same goes with Sav/Holly J, Jimmy/Ellie, and Fiona/Imogen. Oct 24, Be it American Horror Story's Fiona Goode or the wacky Sanderson Sisters of Hocus Pocus, we've all met It goes beyond mere diva worship.
Heart-to-heart Interview With Heather Peace
But I've been pretty lucky so far. Back then I'd been acting longer than I had been gay!
Is holly and fiona dating divas - Want to add to the discussion?
They broke up then got back together kind of when Paige realized college was awful and she wanted to be with people who cared about her, towards the end of their relationship it was exhausting to watch I just wished the show would ship Paige as a lesbian honestly. This is one no one will agree on 4 Jimmy and Trina - In every one of Jimmy's relationships well Ashley and Hazel kind of Ellie I always felt like he deserved so much better than what he was getting.
HIm and AShley were always bad and Hazel was a bit better than Ashley but i felt like they drifted apart after Jimmy got in a wheelchair. Him and Ellie would have been nice but she didn't want to be with a guy in a wheelchair and Ellie kind of toyed with his emotions and ironically Craig did the same thing to her Jimmy would have been so much better for her than any of the guys she dated her loss.
Then Jimmy and Trina just cliqued they both totally just get one another she isn't a total bitch like Ashley and isn't rude like Hazel and doesn't toy with his emotions like Ellie she's just up front and they totally got one another like that. And it clearly was what Jimmy needed she was hard on him at first but again he liked that she cared its totally predicatable they'd get married.
Jay and Manny are the couple who act like they hate eachother infront of people but are totally in love in private. These two started as a practical joke but just happened which I loved. These two were back and forth in season 7 and took a break in season 8 but that scene of them in the Hollywood movie was all the reason they are endgame. Don't get why Cassie Steele loves Cranny. These next two couples everyone hates the next couple is gonna be even more hated these two couples are the most critizised and by far the utmost disliked in the history of the show and all over reddit people rip them to shreds saying how one didn't deserve the other and how this couple was overrated and yadiyadiya.
Without further to do My Top Two Favorite Couples Are 2 Spinner and Jane - Look I'm sorry to dissapoint you guys I know everyone totally hates them with a passion this Degrassi fandom thinks Spinner is this perfect angel and Jane is an evil devil worshipping crazy bitch who doesn't deserve him cuz he's just such a God everything about him is perfect he has no flaws.
And I know I know Jane cheated on Spinner with Declan but you have to understand why they made her cheat don't blame Jane the writers fucked her character up just so Spemma the prefered couple on this site that people just love could happen. In season 7 Jane got mad Spinner blew her off to talk to his ex Darcy so it makes no sense for her out of all the people to cheat. They practically tore apart Jane's character after she had a stelar season 8 and she was probably that character who went from a beloved character to one people absolutely despise.
But according to my unpopular opinion Jane and Spinner are one of my favorite couples of all time from the show they just totally got one another they went through cancer, football, short break up for like 1 day,molestation, a shooting. And were totally their through all of it. We just used to laugh when we got scenes.
Fiona Button was laughing at Ruta Gedmintas having to do the strap-on scene and then the next script came out and she had that rimming scene! It was like the writers had gone away and said, "Right, you" because she wouldn't let it go with Ruta.
So it's less about the girl-on-girl sex and more about just actually having sex on telly. Or looking like you are. Was this was the first time you've actually had screen-sex as a lesbian character?
Yes, and the nudity in the sex scenes was pretty full-on and it was absolutely freezing. Because those gorgeous flats are actually just warehouses made to look like flats, so there was no heating. I don't mean Laura had an easier time than Ruta or Fiona, because they sort of had to change the partners that they were, um, simulating sex with, whereas me and Laura, once we got the initial sex scene out of the way there was a trust - it was easier then.
How do you think she felt about it? I think the thing that certainly Laura struggled with more was the scene in the last episode, where she kind of takes me.
Being dominant's quite hard if you're straight and she struggled to get that scene at first. So I said, "Come here, I'll be you - right, you go there" and once I'd kind of done it, she got it straight away.
It's that kind of thing, the dominance thing, more than the actual what-you-do. I find it really natural, like picking Laura up in the police station. It just feels natural. When you did you start acting? When I was 20, mainly in rep theatre. I was 21 when I got London's Burning. There was a lot of homophobia back then. I'd only come out when I was 19, so it was all quite new anyway, and then moving to London.
Did you think at the time, "Can I be a lesbian actress"? Did you know of any others? Yes I did, Sophie Ward, and it made me absolutely not want to. Because I adored her when I was younger and certainly looked up to her, and afer she came out - I don't want to say she never worked again. Just because you don't see someone on TV doesn't mean they're not working - she gave up. But I don't know the story. She should have gone on to being one of the biggest TV stars in the world, as far as I'm concerned.
Did you experience lesbophobia? There was one producer in a particular show where I was the only girl, and he told me not to talk about my sexuality because I was there as the totty for the men. He said it wouldn't do the show any good if they knew I was gay. I was also told I was going to be outed.
I hadn't done anything, [a Sunday newspaper] had just found out I was gay. At that time, my grandparents were still alive and they could never be told. Now everybody in my family knows it, everybody that matters, so it doesn't matter. In the end a bigger story broke and the paper didn't run with it. But that meant the press always knew, and just decided not to say anything.
That was bound to happen back then if you were a lesbian actress, sadly. Yes, but I didn't choose this job to be famous, I love acting. And there was nothing more scary than the idea of getting into a black cab and immediately being recognised and judged. Back then I'd been acting longer than I had been gay! But I feel differently about it now; I feel like maybe I do need to have a voice now, being visible.
I think things have moved on a lot but I know how important it was to have women to look up to. Do you think being out may still affect your future as an actress? It'll be interesting to see what sort of acting roles come now I've well and truly outed myself. It wasn't that I was in the closet, I just didn't talk about it. I think that certainly 8 or 9 years ago it did affect your career, especially 'cause I was the young lead playing opposite guys.
I'm 35 now so it's all down to fate. In the old days you used to think you couldn't play opposite a boy if you'd come out because the public wouldn't believe it. When did you come out to your mum and dad? When I was The day I came out to them, I was terrified and all my mum did was put her arms around me and say, "Don't ever not tell me anything ever again".
For 18 months she'd known that there was a distance between us, that suddenly we were just talking about the weather, and me and my mum had always been really close.
She realised she couldn't get inside my head and when I came out, she realised that was what it was. What made you think you might not be able to tell her? I don't know, I think you underestimate your parents. I've done it before, and I hope I won't do it again. You forget that they were young, you forget that they had feelings, you forget they probably experimented.
This was while you were still in Bradford? Yeah, I'd come back from Manchester and come out. I'd just broken up with my first girlfriend and couldn't cope. I hadn't experienced anything like it. I was 19 and at that time I didn't know if I was gay because I was just obsessed with her.
It was a total shock, and then she went off with someone else. We were in a show together at drama school. It was a mess. I was such a baby and she was a lot older and she was absolutely fine, and I couldn't understand why she was fine… and that was why I came out.
I just went to my mum and said, "I'm telling you because I'm going to fuck up my whole course". When did you first realise you were gay? When she kissed me. It was boiling hot in July and the heavens opened.
We got absolutely soaked, got the bus home to hers with the steam coming off our clothes. We just couldn't believe it. That sounds like I made it up but I haven't. It was quite an incredible and spiritual experience. You didn't fancy anyone before? I had obsessive friendships where we'd get jealous of each other when we had boyfriends. My mum and dad bought me a Princess Diana and Charles' wedding book.
The middle page had a photo of that famous kiss where she leans back and her neck's exposed, and I remember from about the age of 11 opening that middle page and just staring at it and having some feelings, but I never connected it. I look back and it's all that classic stuff, but it wasn't until it happened that I knew. Did you experience any homophobia? The only time was the day that me and Elaine broke up. I remember her holding me when I was just in bits. At that moment some drunk man came over and he just called us every name under the sun and people in the street were looking at us.
But I've been pretty lucky so far. I've had a little bit on Twitter actually.
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