Imagine a lawyer sitting you down at their desk, sliding a document over to your side, and saying, “Now, what we have here is a standard Non-Diva Agreement. Feel free to read through it and ask any questions you might have.” While funny, I’m not sure that’s ever actually happened—not even to newly crowned Suits queen …
You probably have not heard that next May, Meghan Markle will marry Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. The event will be a who’s-who of British royalty and actors from Suits. The chapel’s Lay Stewards have been ordered to prepare by binge-watching their future princess’s show on Netflix.
We don’t normally begin Dirt Bags with casting updates about popular, long-running basic cable legal procedurals, but USA has just revealed Suits star Meghan Markle will not be returning to the show for its seventh season.
Meghan Markle is officially done with Suits, and is exiting the show after its seventh season along with Patrick J. Adams. Page Six is pretty sure Markle’s decision is based on her new full-time job, the title of which is “Stepping Out In Public With Prince Harry,” though she’s also dedicating lots of time to her…
Jessica Pearson is back...maybe. Gina Torres has signed a deal produce and star in a Suits spinoff. The particulars of the deal are still being worked out but it seems like Jessica and her impeccable suits and coats will be back on our screen.
Late Wednesday afternoon, The Daily Mail published a story with the following headline: “Don’t get jealous, Harry! Meghan Markle is reunited with her on-screen fiancé as Suits airs for first time since her relationship with Prince Harry went public.”
You're probably not watching USA's Suits. Not because it's not an entertaining, smart show—but do you really have time for another legal drama in your life, and one on USA at that? I began watching Suits when it debuted in 2011 because I watch a lot of television and I'll give almost anything a chance. I stayed for…
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I've been thinking a lot lately about how vintage style dressing is perceived. And I've found myself being given the chivalrous treatment by men while dressed this way - doors are opened for me and elevator buttons are pressed.
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So here's a Pyrrhic victory, kids: if you're pounding the pavement for a job, at least there's one less thing to worry about: according to today's Times, the interview suit is "back."Whereas for years we've been in a dress-code limbo forcing us to balance "professional" with "creative" with "young" with "mature" now -…