Jun 23, 13   Admin   0 Comment Website Update

I’m Hanna and I am the new owner of I Heart Jenna. I’m also the owner of DarrenAndChris.Org, IHeartLea.net & MattBomerFan.org Please bear with me as I get this site and the gallery updated.

Jan 28, 13   Admin   0 Comment Awards, Gallery Update

I have added 18 medium quality images of Jenna at the SAG awards last night. High quality images will be coming soon!

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Home > Public Appearances & Events > 2013 > January 27 – Screen Actors Guild Awards

Jan 28, 13   Admin   0 Comment Gallery Update, Glee, Video

Hello everyone!  Sorry for the delay on getting these uploaded.  Jenna did such a great job in the episode. Check out screencaptures in the gallery.  Links and image previews are below.  (I also embedded some video from the episode!)


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Behind the Scenes

“Tell Him”

“I Don’t Know How to Love Him”

“I Only Have Eyes for You”

“Locked Out of Heaven”

Jan 28, 13   Admin   0 Comment Awards, Gallery Update

This is our first look at Jenna at the SAG awards.  Enjoy!

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Jan 11, 13   Admin   0 Comment Choosing Glee, Interview

You’re already a triple threat! What inspired you to write a book?
“I’d been wanting to eventually write a book, it was sort of like the next thing on my bucket list and the universe opened it arms and was like, here’s your chance! There are some really cool books out there and I just feel like there’s not a lot of motivational ones that are relatable for teens. I wish when I was younger I had a book like this.”

How involved were you in the creative process and selecting the cover image?
“100% involved. It’s been a really long process, two years of jotting down every thought, every memory, every experience that could possibly be tied to the road to my success of happiness and finding my true self. It’s therapeutic because you have to go back to those memories and realize where you came from and how hard it was sometimes and how some other things were easier. It’s definitely been a journey for me as well, creatively, but it’s been really fun because it’s an entirely new world to me!”

You write about adoption and your childhood. Did your parents always support your decision to be an actress? 
“I wanted to be a vet when I was little, so it never really dawned on me that acting was my career, it sort of chose me more than I chose it. I speak about family and adoption because it 100% changed my life and who I am. It definitely played a very large role into just learning how to be grateful for what you have and being fulfilled in a way that a lot of adopted kids don’t feel. They feel like they have a need to go find this missing thing and I just never felt I had that missing blood. I always had a strong support system. My parents always supported the stuff that I did.”

What obstacles have you had to overcome in your personal life?
“It was tough for a while being Asian American in this industry where people are so specific on what they want you to be, because sometimes I would go to an agency and try and get signed and they would say, ‘We either have someone exactly like you or there’s not that much out there for you.’ Even obstacles in school, we all wanted the same thing. I was glad to be at auditions with these kids that have done 100 other commercials, and you just hope for the best, and have to deal with it, and not take it personally.”

Did your character on Glee, Tina Cohen-Chang, inspire you to write this book?
“Yeah, absolutely! I talk about Tina because she’s obviously going through a lot of things that kids who will be reading this book are going through or what I was going through at that age, which is finding yourself and finding where you’re most comfortable, and where is home for you. Tina started learning that along the way she needed to let go and let loose and stop stuttering. She let people in and let people get to know the real her.”

Did any of your Glee cast mates contribute to the book?
“Yeah, a ton of them did! I have these really cool pull quotes where I asked them all the same question and its their definition and answer. There are quotes from Lea Michele, Kevin McHale, Harry Shum Jr., Becca Tobin, Vanessa Lengies, and Darren Criss, you name it.”

What advice do you have for young actors and writers?
“Don’t give up, really. There are going to be so many trials and tribulations for you but it makes it all the more worth it. I always say leave things at the door. Whether it’s at your audition or at your house, leave the problems of the day away. Keep persevering, stick to yourself. Don’t do what other people ask, do what you want!”

Read the rest at TeenVogue.Com

Jan 10, 13   Admin   0 Comment Awards, Style

Jenna Ushkowitz joined her ‘Glee’ co-star Lea Michele on the red carpet at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, California yesterday evening for the FOX All-Star Party.

It may be cold outside for us normal folk, but stars are embracing summery looks for their January 2013 red carpet looks.

Jenna wore a Jonathan Simkhai Resort 2013 striped pleated mini dress, which she styled with her favourite nude Jerome C. Rousseau shoes and Le Vian jewels.

A half-up, half-down hairstyle completed her look.

Source: Red Carpet Fashion Awards

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