13 Jun 2018
Nominated as Best Actress In A Comedy at the TCA’s 2018
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Hylanders, this is our time to shine and to give Sarah something special back. She was nominated at this year’s Teen Choice Awards in the category Best Actress In A Comedy. How exciting is that?! Also Modern Family is nominated as Comedy TV Show. Way to vote: either vote on teenchoice.votenow.tv or use Twitter to tweet “My #TeenChoice vote for #ChoiceComedyTVShow goes to @ModernFam” for Modern Family and “My #TeenChoice vote for #ChoiceComedyTVActress goes to @Sarah_Hyland” to votw for Sarah. Congratulations to Sarah and the cast of Modern Family for their nominations! We’re so proud of you.
2 Jun 2018
Wells Adams Gushes Over Relationship With Sarah Hyland: It’s ‘Weirdly Normal’
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Wells Adams can’t stop gushing about girlfriend Sarah Hyland.
The former Bachelorette star revealed how the two managed their relationship in the public eye during his appearance on PeopleTV‘s Chatteron Friday.
“It’s been really weirdly normal. That question gets asked a lot because you expect the answer to be like it’s crazy because it’s in the spotlight but for whatever reason, it’s been really nice and normal and wonderful.”
Adams said of how the two kept their relationship private.
The two sparked romance rumors in October after they were spotted dressed up for Halloween together. A source told PEOPLE at the time, “They’ve been friends for a while and now they’ve been hanging out and spending more time together. They’re flirty.”
Adams revealed more about their romance on Chatter, admitting they first made contact on social media when he “slid” into her DM’s, explaining they struck a conversation when he referenced Harry Potter while on The Bachelorette.
The two recently celebrated Adams’ 34th birthday in early May with Hyland sharing a sweet message to her boyfriend on Instagram in which they cuddled in bed.
Sarah Hyland will star in the rom-com The Wedding Year for Lakeshore Entertainment.
Legally Blonde director Robert Luketic will helm the feature, which centers on a marriage-resistant Los Angeles photographer (Hyland) who is invited to 15 weddings in the same year with her new ready-to-settle-down boyfriend.
Lakeshore’s Gary Lucchesi, Marc Reid and Mark Korshak will produce, with Hyland executive producing.
Production will begin later this month in Los Angeles. Lakeshore will be presenting The Wedding Year for sales at Cannes.
Hyland, who is repped by WME, RKM and Gang Tyre, is best known for her role on ABC’s long-running series Modern Family, which is wrapping up its ninth season.
Luketic, who previously worked with Lakeshore on the Katherine Heigl-starrer The Ugly Truth, is repped by CAA, Mosaic and Bloom Hergott.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
A press information about a new Modern Family episode was leaked. Read all information:
Haley meets Arvin’s parents (“Grey’s Anatomy”’s Kate Burton, Jim Piddock) but when things don’t go as planned, fate leads to an unexpected reunion with all of her ex-boyfriends. Meanwhile, the family seizes on a nursing home visit with Jay’s mean sister, Becky, to settle old scores. But as Jay, Claire and Mitchell compete for her time, Phil, Cam and Gloria end up getting trapped in the home’s basement with no way out, on “Modern Family,” Wednesday, May 9 (9:00-9:31 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
Sarah sat down with Jill Winker (from Modeliste Magazine) to answer 20 of her questions:
Modeliste: Where did you grow up?
New York City Bitch! Specifically the East Village a block away from St. Marks. It’s really nice now, but growing up it wasn’t, nor was it safe, but I wouldn’t have traded it for the world.
Modeliste: How did you get into acting?
My father’s a theatre actor so I grew up watching him perform Shakespeare all over the country. When I was 4, I realized that it was something I could do, and could do at a young age, so I begged my parents to let me audition and they said no. A few months later, my dad had an audition and I commandeered it. That was my first professional job…. playing Howard Stern’s daughter in “Private Parts”.
Modeliste: You recently celebrated Modern Family’s 200th show. Congratulations! What are some of your fondest memories with the cast, on or off the show?
Thank you! I love it when we film episodes on location. The cast, the writers, and our crew are really able to spend all of our time together off-set. When we’re in LA and we’re done shooting for the day, everyone goes home because we all have our own lives (ie. family and friends). So I really love it when we all go out to dinner or to a bar on locations and bond more… even more… as much as you can bond after 9 years together!
Modeliste: What is the biggest challenge playing Haley Dunphy on the show?
Wearing crazy high heels all the time. There are days… a lot of days where I don’t feel well. I’m in a lot of pain, and walking fast down the stairs (while trying to be as quiet as possible for sound) is the biggest challenge I face.
Modeliste: If you could have anyone of your choice make a guest star appearance on the show, who would it be?
Oh my God. that’s such a hard question. I admire so many actors and have been so blessed to have already had such amazing guest stars to work with. Mira Sorvino and Adam Devine are legends. but for the future? I mean… Paul Rudd. Hands down.
Modeliste: You’re also a huge supporter of the Time’s Up and Me Too movements. What do you hope for society given these massive movements? And what advice would you give to women who are still afraid to speak out about the events they have been through?
I hope society doesn’t turn away or ignore these movements. It’s hard to fully understand what it’s like to be a victim of such horrific events and society tends to play the “what you don’t know won’t hurt you” card… until you know and you are hurt. I, however, fully believe that we, as women, will not let that happen. We will continue to fight for equality. We will continue to fight for justice. We will continue to fight for those who can not (whether its difficult to find a voice, or for financial reasons). It’s amazing that so many men (because not all men are evil) have stood with us in battle. Movements like this inspire and empower me to continue to have a voice.
As for advice all I can say… is that I hope you know you are not alone. what has happened to you is nothing to be ashamed about. The only person who should feel shame, and so much more, is the one who caused you pain. So if that is a reason why you’re afraid to speak out? Don’t. Their time is up and it is your time now. Your time to find a voice. Your time to seek justice for the horrible thing(s) that has/have happened to you. We will be here and you are loved and supported by us all.
Modeliste: You are definitely seen as a role model and inspiration to so many, what would you most like to say to your fans?
Thank you so much for always being there for me! Whether it’s fighting internet trolls alongside me or just an inspirational message. I love hearing your stories that relate to what I’m going through. I may seem tough (AND I AM) but everyone has their days, and there are so many that your words make mine.
Modeliste: What would be the title of your autobiography?
ANOTHER very hard question. I have a feeling it would involve something having to do with food, puppies, wine, thriving and survival. Isn’t that what everyone needs?
Modeliste: You have served as a creative director for Candies for several years and your clothes are sold at Kohl’s! What are some of your favorite pieces in the collection? Any must-have favorites?
I love getting to work with Candies as their creative director. One of my favorite pieces is the printed maxi dress. It is SO comfortable and looks amazing on every body type. It’s perfect for a day out or a night out!
Modeliste: Describe your everyday style in three words.
Depends. on. weather.
Modeliste: What is your current handbag?
I mix my handbags up. but I love a good small to medium sized black leather backpack. It fits so much and still is stylish enough to get away with wearing a backpack.
Modeliste: Signature scent?
Modeliste: What is something you hope to accomplish in 2018?
Modeliste: What were some of your favorite looks from today’s shoot?
My favorite was our last look of the day- the pants with the headband. Serving major Katherine Hepburn vibes on the beach.
Modeliste: Any exciting upcoming projects for you?
I’m filming a movie this summer so stay tuned. I have a personal project that I’m working on that does not involve acting, which I’m VERY excited for…. so stay tuned. I have a couple other things I’m working on as well… so stay tuned, and of course more Modern Family.
Modeliste: What do you love most about Modeliste?
The locations and the fashion. It’s mesmerizing.
Source: Modeliste Magazine
According to Natalie Abrams, Senior Writer for Entertainment Weekly, Andy (Adam Devine) is returning to Modern Family for hilarious Haley run-in. On EW she wrote:
Do you know if Modern Family is going to bring back Andy next season since it might be its last season? — Melodie
Actually, the show is bringing back Andy much sooner than that! Adam DeVine is slated to reprise his role as Haley’s ex in the penultimate episode — and he’s not the only one popping up. When Haley ends up in the hospital, she’ll find out the hard way that she hasn’t updated her emergency contact, so basically several of her old flames show up at the same time, including Chris Greer and Reid Ewing. Awkward!
Let’s wait for an epic run-in of our favorite TV couple.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
To pinpoint one singular thing Sarah Hyland does would be impossible. She holds many titles these days, from actress to singer to creative director, though the latter is a step outside her typical repertoire as an entertainer. Last year, Candie’s for Kohl’s brought Hyland on board as creative director for the brand, and if you’re wondering whether clothing lines normally offer that kind of role to someone outside the fashion industry, the answer is no.
In working with Candie’s, Hyland follows in the footsteps of celebrities from Destiney’s Child to Britney Spears to Fergie, but she’s the first to hold the creative director title. While the standard for celebrity brand involvement is to be the “face” of a line and featured in many of its campaigns, Candie’s took the idea one step further, involving the Hyland in everything from inspirations to design and, of course, brand campaigns.
We caught up with her recently to talk about designing for the brand and which trends she’s excited to bring to life this spring.
What can we expect from Candie’s this spring?
This spring we have a lot of florals in the collection. We’re going pure spring with it this year. We have upgraded our leather motorcycle jacket to a denim version with floral embroidery, so it’s a little bit lighter and versatile for day to night. That’s actually my favorite piece from the collection.
How would you wear that floral denim moto jacket?
I would probably pair with one of our regular tops. One of my favorite tops we have is this sheer top. So it has that sheer sexiness of a floral pattern that you can see through, but then you have a regular solid tank attached to it that goes underneath.
Which 2018 trends are you most excited about?
Mesh is everywhere, and I’m obsessed with it, but I’d never wear a completely sheer top with only a bra or only lingerie underneath. I’d always layer it on top of a solid piece like a tank. I do love the look of an allover mesh dress, like what Dior is doing. It still has an air of mystery and looks especially good over high-waisted pants. I come from a dance background, so I love pieces like that, which remind me of a dance costume.
In terms of footwear, I’m looking forward to mules; I’m a huge fan of the shoes. This is the first year I got to go into our Candie’s footwear design studio and work with the team. We have a lot of pearl details and floral embroidery on all of our shoes, which I’m very excited about.
Where do you source inspiration for the collection?
For footwear, I am more of a minimalist. I love a good mule with a tiny bit of embroidery on it. You always want each collection to be different from the last, but you always want it to be cohesive. So the idea is that with each collection, you’re going to slowly elevate it.
What has been the process as creative director?
My favorite parts are going to NYC and meeting with everyone on the team, the design, production teams, the footwear team—the actual process of it. I like learning how things come to life. Because I’ll go to them and show them a top that I love, and they’re like “no.” So everything is a learning process, and especially in the design fashion world, I’ve learned so much in this process. And they’ve been so open to my ideas, too. While I don’t have any formal design knowledge, I was always that kid who would cut my Barbie’s hair and cut up my old T-shirts, so I feel that it’s always been a part of me.