Added a lot of great photoshoots of Sophia that weren’t added to the gallery are now ready for you to check! Click on the images to see more of the set.
And one of my favorite Sophia shoots…Added over 60 (!) new ones!
“One Tree Hill” fans, prepare to feel old: Monday (Sept. 23) marked the 10 year anniversary of the Season 1 premiere.
The WB/CW teen soap that touched so many lives, changed the TV landscape, and became a pop culture event is now a decade old. Has it really been that long since Lucas and Nathan first battled out their long-simmering sibling resentment on the River Court? Since Peyton’s car broke down, and she and Lucas had their first real conversation? Since we were first introduced to Dan Scott’s evil ways? Since we met the all-around perfect mom in Karen Roe? Since we first saw the Tree Hill Ravens?
In the nine seasons since that fateful premiere, all the characters grew into completely different, wonderful, unique people, and we as an audience grew with them. To celebrate the monumental milestone, here are 10 classic “One Tree Hill” episodes to binge watch on the 10 year anniversary of its premiere:
10. Season 1 episode 1: “Pilot”
Obviously, we can’t properly celebrate the 10th birthday of the pilot without re-watching the episode that started it all.
9. Season 6 episode 18: “Searching for a Former Clarity”
This list wouldn’t be complete without one of the biggest “WTF” moments in “One Tree Hill’s” history. Karma came back to bite Dan in the butt (err, heart?) when a dog ate the heart he was supposed to get in a transplant. Hilarious, ridiculous, and totally perfect.
8. Season 3 episode 1: “Like You Like an Arsonist”
The Season 3 premiere makes this list for one major reason: Peyton’s memorable speech. “At this moment, there are 6 billion, 4 hundred, 71 million, 8 hundred, 18 thousand, 6 hundred, 71 people in the world. Some are running scared; some are coming home. Some tell lies to make it through the day; others are just now facing the truth. Some are evil men at war with good, and some are good…struggling with evil. Six billion people in the world. Six billion souls. And sometimes…all you need is one.”
What a wild feeling. 10 years since OTH premiered. And B. Davis began in episode 101, a week from… http://t.co/sYKPx3qvNO
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) September 23, 2013
This is the beautiful message Sophia posted on her twitter and instagram:
What a wild feeling. 10 years since OTH premiered. And B. Davis began in episode 101, a week from today. It’s crazy to think that by the end of the show, she’d been in more episodes than any other character. 186 out if 187. It’s hard to wrap my head around it. All those hours, all those lessons. All of the laughter and tears and heart. It was a journey. For you guys. For me. For Brooke. And it was beautiful. I’m not sad that it’s over. I’m so grateful that it happened. I’m so happy that we all had a place to call home. Somewhere to be vulnerable. To be imperfect. To learn to be better. On this monumental #OTHday, I send you all love from the biggest heart I know, Brooke’s. xx
Pencils of Promise, a nonprofit organization working to increase access to quality education for children in the developing world, will host its annual Gala at Gustavino’s in New York City on Thursday, October 24th, 2013.
The Gala is the biggest celebration of the year for Pencils of Promise. The night will honor exceptional Pencils of Promise ambassadors and leading figures in international education. This year’s honorees include international education icon Malala Yousafzai, Mayor Cory Booker, and The Cahill Family, long-time PoP supporters. The evening will be hosted by actress and PoP Ambassador, Sophia Bush.
Launched by Adam Braun, Pencils of Promise, “PoP” was started with just a $25 deposit, and has blossomed into an organization making significant impact on access to education for youth. PoP has successfully completed over 120 schools in some of the poorest regions in the developing world – Laos, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Ghana, with hundreds of additional schools planned. PoP also offers ongoing education programs to each community, comprehensive staff development and leadership training, and student scholarships to prevent school dropouts. PoP schools are built with high-quality materials to ensure long lasting structures, and require a community contribution of materials and labor ensuring a community commitment to each project. Pencils of Promise is a registered nonprofit organization in the US.
For more information, please visit www.pencilsofpromise.org
WHERE: Gustavino’s | 409 East 59th Street | New York City
WHEN: Thursday, October 24th, 2013 | 7:00PM
Source: Look to the Stars
In 2011 Sophia starred in the movie Chalet Girl. I’ve added captures of her as Chloe to the gallery. Also some behind the scenes photos of the movie! (Love the fact that Ed Westwick was in the movie too!)
Did you all see Chalet Girl yet?? What do you think of the movie?