Mad Men gal Christina Hendricks recently said that she is always excited when she begins work on the popular retro series on AMC.
Hendricks, who plays the “ridiculously sexy and shrewd secretary Joan Holloway” in the drama, spoke to the Los Angeles Times and explained that she always wants to know what’s going to happen to the show’s characters.
“We’re all very nervous every season when we come back,” says the 34-year-old. “Oh gosh, we haven’t done this in so long,” is the mood at the start of each season, she said, “so it doesn’t feel like old hat at all.””We really love this show and get very excited” she said, “so it always feels fresh.”
After the 2010 Golden Globes, a photo of the Mad Men gal was posted on the New York Times’ web site, which quickly drew the ire of bloggers for what appeared to be photo manipulation in an attempt to make Hendricks look bigger. A caption was run with the picture pointing out her “exploding ruffle dress.” CathyHoryn wrote, “As one stylist said, ‘You don’t put a big girl in a big dress. That’s rule number one.'” Many believed the image was changed to meet this point.
The New York Times responded with: “A number of readers raised concerns that the photo of Christina Hendricks at the Golden Globe Awards had been deliberately altered. The photo was slightly distorted inadvertently due to an error during routine processing. The photograph has been replaced.”
This past weekend, Hendricks attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles with her husband Geoffrey Arend who told People magazine that he feels “like the luckiest man” to have the beauty on his arm.
“I feel like the luckiest man ever. She’s such a cutie pie. When Michael C. Hall said ‘I want to thank my wife for wearing that dress’, I feel that way every single awards show.”
Hendricks added: “He’s been feeling me all night.”
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