Ik heb door ziekte helaas een tijd niets aan de site kunnen doen. Ik ben nog steeds ziek maar ik heb nou goede medicijnen waardoor ik mij beter voel. Dus hier dan nu eindelijk een foto update.
Sorry for the lack of updates. I was really sick, I have medicines for being better. So now I have time for a big photo update. (sorry for the bad English)
[August 30] 2015 MTV Video Music Awards
[September 12] Baja East – Front Row – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
[September 13] 2015 US Open Celebrity Sightings – Day 14
American television’s pantheon of prime-time goddesses is, by some accounts, a modern construct. Women such as Tea Leoni’s Elizabeth McCord in Madam Secretary and Julianna Margulies’ Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife, who are defined by strength of character more than simply gender.
But both those women, and their peers, have a forebear, a woman who was defining feminine strength long before the so-called present golden age of prime-time television. Her name is Olivia Benson and she’s played by Mariska Hargitay. For more than 350 hours of television she has been the star of the seemingly indestructible Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Though the male/female partnership concept is not new, what made creator Dick Wolf’s interpretation so distinct was that Benson and her then-partner, Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni), were not shoehorned into the cliche of unresolved sexual tension. Rarely, and powerfully, they were presented as genuine equals. That partnership lasted 272 episodes.
“I know Dick cast me because I was strong and this was a very empathetic character, but I think that she has grown in to what she is now, I think I’ve grown her if you will, and that’s what’s interesting about it,” Hargitay explains to The Guide. “I wanted to make her tough but also empathetic and compassionate … I thought they were such important things.”