This is important though. So many people associate their music taste with their own personal identity but… being a classic rock fan doesn’t make you smarter or more cultured than someone who prefers pop songs. And if you’re a classic rock fan, you shouldn’t feel ashamed for liking a pop song. Listen to whatever you want and don’t take yourself so seriously. Don’t be a music snob.

And the 2016 AfterEllen Hot 100 Winners Are.... - AfterEllen
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39. Elise Bauman

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28. Dominique Provost-Chalkley 

25. Lana Parrilla

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24. Amy Acker

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22. Sarah Sahin

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21. Katherine Barrell

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20. Natasha Negovanlis

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19. Nicole da Silva

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15. Tatiana Maslany

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14. Laura Prepon

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11.  Sasha Alexander

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9. Danielle Cormack

8. Kate Jenkinson

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7. Eliza Taylor

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5. Angie Harmon

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2. Alycia Debnam-Carey

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So today was a glorious day because I got to meet the lovely Danielle Cormack who plays Bea Smith in Wentworth (aka Wentworth Prison). I cannot stress enough how sweet and down to earth she was. She seemed genuinely interested in what each of us had to say, gave really solid eye contact and was so open with all of us. It was a fun evening all round and it was great to interact with Danielle in such an intimate space in the heart of Covent Garden, London.

It was really interesting hearing her thoughts on Wentworth like *S3 spoiler* she thought that a main character should have been killed off in Season 3 because that helps keep the show riveting. *end of spoiler* I asked her a question about whether she had funny behind the scenes stories and she said that Nicole and Robbie who play Franky Doyle & Will Jackson on the show, were the main culprits when it came to pranks and there was one time that they played a prank with Robbie’s phone. During the Q&A, she also mentioned “Branky” and said that both her and Nicole were giving the fans what they wanted because some scenes between them weren’t scripted e.g. when Franky sniffs Bea’s hair and Bea said that shampoo was “Wild Orchid” because it sounded sexier when originally in the script it was meant to be pomegranate! She went on to mutter “damn Bridget” for getting in the way of Branky!

Whilst she was signing my S1&2 DVD cover & photograph, I talked to her about her own drawings on the show, how I found out about Wentworth and the fact that I watched Bad Girls when I was younger as opposed to Prisoner: Cell Block H. To top it all off, right at the end when I went to over to her to say thank you and goodbye to her, she said “Thanks Vesna!” and pulled me in for a big hug. She sure knows how to treat her fans and make us feel special. <3


King Carl XVI Gustaf met his wife, Silvia Sommerlath at the 1972 Summer Olympics, when he was still the Crown Prince, when they did get married, Silvia transformed from an average everyday person the Queen Consort of Sweden. The couple married on June 19, 1976.

The bride wore a Marc Bohan for Christian Dior dress. The dress was pair with a 13-foot train and a veil made of Brussels lace with the Queen Josephine Cameo Tiara.

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia have three children, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, and Princess Madeleine. They have one grandchild for now, Princess Estelle. The marriage of the pair has gone through its hard times, the King was involved in sex scandal in 2010 in a book about him. Read more here

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