Saturday, May 22, 2010

The ELLEN POMPEO 2010/2011 Emmy/GoldenGlobe/SAG/PCAward campaign

The Ellen Pompeo deserves an Emmy and a Golden Globe, A Sag and Peoples Choice award campaign

Anyone who saw Grey's Anatomy season 6 finale on Thursday May 20nth 2010 would know exactly why this campaign came about. It needs no explaining how amazing, talented Ellen Pompeo is. Those two hours showed us amazing depth, drama and unrivaled skills in acting from Pompeo that brought so many fans and viewers to tears. It was amazing reading all the reviews by newspapers and fans alike about how much Ellen Pompeo deserves an Emmy now more than ever.

Anyone who knows Ellen’s road down Grey's Anatomy history, from season 1 to 6, knows how much she has evolved and how much she turned this amazing, most complex, most human character "Meredith grey" into one of TVs most talked about, most controversial and most loved lead characters of any TV show. A lead in every sense of the word she has managed to take Grey's Anatomy into a whole new direction. She is the Grey in Grey's Anatomy and never forgot to thank her fans who made it what it is. Down to earth, grateful, beautiful gorgeous person inside out, and one staggering talented actress. The 2010 lead drama Emmy goes to... Ellen Pompeo.

The Chicago Tribune: "Pompeo's charm is key to 'Grey's Anatomy's' success..."

Perez Hilton "Emmys all around. One for Ellen Pompeo. One for Sandra Oh. ..." Clip

Boston Herald "Pompeo was heart-breaking when she thought Derek flat..." clip

"..In Ellen Pompeo's best acting ever, she tells April..." clip

"...Really sad but Ellen Pompeo rocked it tonight!!! ..." Clip

@NBCMiami "the acting — including big nights for Chandra Wilson, Sandra Oh and Ellen Pompeo — carried it off."

"Ellen Pompeo let go of her reserved composure-brought out the emotional roller coaster-The scene when she thinks Der is dead-Emmy material"

All in all, it was a very well-done finale, but it got away from the writers just a little at the end. With the shooter seemingly everywhere you didn't want him and everyone trapped with precisely the most dramatic person possible, it got a little ridiculous. But in the end, the acting — including big nights for Chandra Wilson, Sandra Oh and Ellen Pompeo — carried it off. - MSNBC

The finale boasted fine work from all of the show's regulars, including from the always wonderful Chandra Wilson and the sometimes unfairly undervalued Ellen Pompeo. But it was a particularly good episode for Sandra Oh, capping what has been a very good season. - USA Today

We have one word to sum up last night's season finale of Grey's Anatomy: Emmys. Emmys all around. One for Ellen Pompeo. One for Sandra Oh. One For Chandra Wilson. One for Mandy Moore . The list goes on and on and on. - Perez Hilton

Amazing acting all around, from Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey to Sandra Oh. - Zap2It

The Grey’s Anatomy two-hour season finale took off with a bang Thursday as viewers watched a mad man shoot his way through Seattle Grace Hospital in his vengeful hunt for Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey). An episode that brought out the best in favorites Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Alex (Justin Chambers), Miranda (Chandra Wilson) and Callie (Sara Ramirez), at one point it had me on my feet shouting “Dr. Yang (Sandra Oh) is the shit!” - Daytime Confidential

Some of the FANS tweeted after the finale:

@ellpat1992 Ellen Pompeo is one hell of an actress...every gesture, every mimic of her...WOW incredible!! She portrays Mer with all her ♥

@KateMB Ellen Pompeo - 2010 Lead Actress Emmy Winner. PLEASE!!!!

@samonte8 Ellen Pompeo should win an Emmy too.

@Sandrina1978 Meredith is awesome in this episode !! Ellen Pompeo is such a good actress !!! #GreysAnatomy

@AnnaLeynes ellen pompeo could cry over a corn dog and it would still break my heart.

@elocinarzec Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh, and Chandra Wilson deserves an emmy!and grey's anatomy should win again!

@brianwhisenant Grey's isn't anything like it used to be (watching for the 1st time in 2 yrs) but Ellen Pompeo is still great (& probably still underrated).

@xRobynPx @shondarhimes Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey are just incredible! :) <3

@westend85a @KristaVernoff @shondarhimes Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh and Patrick Dempsey deserve an Emmy for their performance on Grey's!

The list goes on and on.. Hundreds wrote the same thing; How amazing the performances were.

The questions remains, will the Emmy and Golden Globe people see it the way the whole world sees it?? The way it actually is?? Or will they remain blindsided intentionally like they have been the past few years???

Support the Ellen Pompeo deserves an Emmy and a Golden Globe, A SAG and Peoples Choice award campaign. Spread the word and the link around please.
Cheers and thank you.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

To Ellen, with love... from all your fans

There is only one thing that beats that feeling; butterflies in your stomach, goosebumps, uncontrolled excitement... one thing that beats watching Grey's Anatomy every Thursday:
And that's watching Ellen Pompeo turn Meredith Grey into one of the most amazing characters on TV today. At least that's how we, the true fans feel :).

It didn't take long for us, after watching Grey's Anatomy episode 1 season 1, to fall in love and totally admire this fairly new face on TV. She brought this amazing difficult character to life brilliantly, it became hard to separate Ellen from Meredith, that's how good she is.
From her raw emotions, to her contagious giggle that everyone loves. The "perfect timing, perfect place" tears, and the eyes that can't go wrong. Acting at it's best.

Meredith Grey "defies all the norms of network television, she represents all real women rolled into one", And that's a huge reason why we love her. And Ellen portrays that perfectly.

She became our reason for watching Grey's Anatomy.
To us, Ellen Pompeo IS Grey's Anatomy. She was / is brilliant at it, And many agreed:

-The Chicago Tribune: "Pompeo's charm is key to 'Grey's Anatomy's' success..."

-The Washington Post : "Meredith Grey, Is much like the actress who plays her, well at least in these aspects; Ellen Pompeo is tough, tenacious, sweet and sensitive, and she has one of the sunniest smiles ever seen in a TV medical show..."

-Entertainment Weekly: "..Meredith faced off against living Ellis, and Ellen Pompeo's tragic voice broke like the ice under a doomed ice-skating 6-year-old. That was the last real winner scene between mother and daughter on TV."

- Entertainment Weekly: "Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) is really believable — tough but not overly assertive..."

- Entertainment Weekly: "(...the Chief gave her a do-over on the test toward the end of the night.) But the moment worked. Why? Because Ellen Pompeo — yes, the great Ellen Pompeo — sold it. I'll leave it at that."

The list is long.. but the fans don't even need the press and media to agree with us... we're convinced already.

What made this even sweeter, is who Ellen really is; Seeing her talking to the fans, making time for them, being as appreciative and grateful, time after time never ceases to amaze us and make us respect her and admire her only more, if possible... and the beautiful thing about it, is this admiration keeps on growing with every new fan and every new show and every new appearance.

This is a message we hope will reach Ellen Pompeo herself:
It's a huge THANK YOU from all her fans for being who she is.
THANK YOU for making us love Meredith Grey.
THANK YOU for making us enjoy our Thursdays to the max for the past 5 years, and looking forward for more to come.
THANK YOU for giving it your all, because we appreciate it.
THANK YOU for appreciating us, your fans, and always showing it.
THANK YOU for being so grounded and never letting it get to your head even though you're a HUGE star now.
THANK YOU to Shonda Rhimes for creating Meredith Grey, and for making the perfect choice and for insisting on the girl from Moonlight Mile to play the part.

If it was left up to us, we would hand you the Golden Globe, the Emmy, The SAG and even the OSCAR for being who you are first, then for portraying the best, most complex character on TV simply brilliantly.

We wish you and Chris all the best, good luck in your pregnancy. Wish you good health and happiness. We are sure this will be one lucky lucky beautiful baby. And we can hardly wait to see you back on our TVs, on Grey's Anatomy every Thursday come Sep 24th 2009.

God Bless

(PS. Ellen Pompeo and Grey's Anatomy fans, feel free to show your love for Ellen by commenting, we will attempt to send this to Ellen to show her our support and how much she means to us. fingers crossed it works :) .. cheers R A z a r.)