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02 Dec 2012
By admin • 0News

Zooey attended the Todd Snyder Event sponsored by Qloo at Confederacy in Los Angeles, CA (November 29).

30 Nov 2012
By admin • 0New Girl, Videos

It’s no secret I adore Zooey Deschanel (um, have you watched New Girl?). But the coolest thing about Zooey is that every time I see her on a red carpet, we have this thing where I hand over my cell phone and she takes hilarious self-portraits. Friends and readers expect it now, so it makes it equally fun to see what funny faces she’ll come up with next!

The Emmy nominee party, hosted by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, was our latest get-together, and Zooey didn’t disappoint. Check out what she calls, “the three very unflattering pictures of myself that I took!” Dear Zooey, they are never unflattering, only awesome.

Of course, we didn’t just take pictures; we had a fun conversation about everything career, lifestyle, and hair. Here’s what Zooey had to say on a variety of subjects:

On her Emmy dress: “I don’t have a dress yet! I work! Somebody will send something for me to wear, so I’ll have something to wear by the time I go.”

On ever wanting to quit the business: “Yeah. I’m a musician, and I make records. For a bit, I was tired of [acting] and decided I was just going to make records. I didn’t work for three years, and then I actually read the script… well, I did a few things here and there, but I read the script for New Girl, and it reminded me why I loved acting again. It’s easy to forget once money and business gets involved in the thing that you’re passionate about. You have to remind yourself why you’re doing it. So, this show really was the vehicle.”

Her super shiny hair secrets:
“I have it trimmed fairly often. I don’t really dye it even though I have gray hairs coming in. I’ll highlight it every so often, but I think you should process your hair as little as possible. But my mom has good hair, so it’s somewhat genetic. I like Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths Shampoo and Conditioner. But there’s a styling cream [by Pantene] that’s awesome and it makes your hair shiny, and it doesn’t feel sticky. I don’t like sticky products, because they can weigh down my hair. I like this product, and you can see the difference immediately! And it’s affordable!”

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If we got a nickel every time New Girl brought in a new love interest for Zooey Deschanel, we’d be very, very rich TV lovers!

Following in the footsteps of Justin Long, Dermot Mulroney and True Blood’s Ryan Kwanten, we’ve exclusively learned that Broadway star Josh Gad, who most recently appeared in the hit musical Book of Mormon, is set to guest star in the season premiere of the hit Fox comedy as a man looking to woo Deschanel’s adorkable Jess.

Gad, who will star in NBC’s midseason comedy 1600 Penn, will play the character Bearclaw (yes, that’s really his name!), a beer delivery guy at Nick’s (Jake Johnson) bar. While his name is questionable, the guy does have good taste in women as he tries to catch the attention of Jess. (Something tells us Nick might not be too crazy about this scenario.)

Gad’s episode will air at 9 p.m. on Sept. 25, but New Girl will also have an original episode airing at 8 p.m. that night as well. You know what we say: double the New Girl, double the awesomeness. The Tony Award nominee recently guest-starred on Modern Family and has made appearances on Californication and Bored to Death. Gad will also play Steve Wozniak to Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs in next year’s Jobs.

Also set to guest star on New Girl in season two are Leslie Mann, Niecy Nash and David Walton.

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Zooey Deschanel admits receiving her first Emmy nomination was, “exciting, overwhelming, and I was just blown away and so moved.” Nominated for playing Jess in the new hit Fox series “New Girl,” she is in one of the most competitive Emmy categories of the year — Comedy Actress.
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Among the other six nominees are four previous winners of this race (Tina Fey, Melissa McCarthy, Edie Falcom and Julia Louis-Dreyfus), an overdue Amy Poehler and the much buzzed about Lena Dunham. Sizing up this lineup, Deschanel says “I’m so honoured to be mentioned in the same sentence as them, it’s just a dream.”
To take on such a competitive field, she has an ace up her sleeve — her episode submission that voters will watch. She chose “Bad in Bed” explaining, “I picked it because … that particular episode had a really good range of some of the more emotional stuff and the sillier stuff and all the best things about ‘New Girl’ I thought were in that episode. It was a really fun one to do so I thought that would be a good one.” In the episode, Jess struggles to consummate her relationship with a new boyfriend. Seeking advice from her flatmates results in an over-the-top role play scene where she pretends to be an old-time newscaster and chokes him. “That was probably the weirdest scene I’ve shot in my life, I’ve done like 40 movies and now a lot of television and that was maybe the weirdest scene I’ve ever done, and I just thought ‘you know it’s very unique and special.’ So I felt like that was a good episode.” Having such a memorable moment coupled with her character being both sympathetic and huggable could help her pull off an upset. On playing Jess, the actress says, “here’s someone who’s awkward and a little bit silly and very optimistic who in her head thinks she’s the star of her own TV show. That was sort of the way I approached it going into the last season, and then that’s how she makes herself feel better about life. She has a theme song and it optimistic in that kind of way… That outlook makes her special.”
Prior to “New Girl,” Deschanel starred in many feature films including “500 Days of Summer.” On making the move to TV, she says, “the film industry is changing a lot. Things aren’t the same as they were when I was 17 when I started making movies and I thought, this material is so good and it’s really satisfying as a performer to get immediate feedback … Right before I took the show, I noticed I had been watching so much television, more television than movies, there was such good stuff to choose from and it’s amazing how many incredible shows there are on television now… and I’m really excited to be amongst all these incredible people.”
Despite this commitment, she still finds times for more work. She’s also the lead singer and lyricist for the music duo “She and Him“ and reveals, “I actually just was working on a new “She and Him” record on my hiatus … I didn’t do a movie on my hiatus cause I was working on the record, but maybe next hiatus I’ll do a movie. I still find time for other things, but I love doing this show and it’s really an amazing experience for me”
With season two production of “New Girl” now underway, she teases what fans can expect. “First episode Jess gets fired from her teaching job … it’s what she’s always wanted to do so it sort of throws her into like a chaotic state … she’s going to continue to look for jobs for a little while, and men… There will be a lot of fun things we are going to get to try as far as Jess’ new job and hobbies.”

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hi, first of all my name is Chanel and I’m the new owner of Zooey Deschanel Online. I’m really looking forward to really get started but for now I’ve added pictures of Zooey at The Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences’ Performers Peer Group Cocktail Reception – August 20.


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