anonymous asked:

Hello Sasha. Based on The Sun and Daily Star articles that have been published today, it seems like they are allowing a "dead-beat dad Liam" status to take root. Given that it may be too shady and disconcerting for BG 1.0 and 2.0 to both end in paternity denial, do you think it's possible that they reveal Cheryl's IVF use as a way of denying his ties to the baby while still sullying his name for "abandoning" her? Thank you. Love your blog.

Thanks for the blog love. I agree that there won’t be two paternity scandals because even 1DHQ isn’t that stupid. From 1DHQ’s perspective, there’s absolutely no motivation for them to work towards any kind of a neat resolution for Liam or Louis. So what we’re seeing may or may not be leading to endgame, depending on the new team’s involvement. I certainly hope they’ve negotiated terms. I think they’d try very hard to advocate on Liam’s behalf.

I guess they could go the IVF route with “good friend” Liam allowing people to think they were a couple and he was the dad. But the true motivation was to allow Cheryl to do this in stealth until she was ready to publicly talk about it (in time for her new album, no doubt). I mean, that could work. It’s shady and needlessly dramatic. But Cheryl already has a reputation for that, so I doubt it would hurt her rep any. And I guess that could be a way of getting Liam out of this without him being slaughtered in the media. After all, he was just helping scared, fragile, desperate-for-a-baby Cheryl. Win win? We’ll see.


“The angry warrior swore to himself that he would stay by her side, doing whatever he could to make her burden lighter. From that point on, her needs would come first. And in that way, the warrior began to know the true meaning of peace.”

Without Clarke, Bellamy doesn’t function as well. Clarke doesn’t function as well without Bellamy. The complete each other in a really nice way. She’s the brain and he’s the heart. Without one, the other doesn’t survive. Together, you’re awesome. Together, you’re going to be okay. But individually I think they’re not as strong as they are when they’re together. Really a great partnership […] I think that’s largely where the Clarke/Bellamy ship comes from, is that they’re so good together. They compliment each other in so many ways. And there’s a great chemistry between the actors, obviously as well. But, they’re a team. But that’s what you want in a good partnership, romantically as well. I understand where that comes from. It’s just not been the story yet.
—  Jason Rothenberg on Bellarke in the IGN podcast X

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