Teri and her new short hair attended the opening night of the Hollywood Bowl and I’ve added a few HQ pictures to the gallery.
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As I’m sure you’re all aware, the Nicollette Sheridan v. Marc Cherry trial has started. THO will not offer any coverage of the trial. I won’t be posting anything relied to the media in regards to things said about or by Teri.
With the amount of visitors THO has seen since the trial has started, I thought it would be prudent to post something because I’m sure that’s what the majority of new visitors are looking for.
I’m hoping to catch up on things within the next week so stay tuned for more updates.
THE BLOCK PARTY ON WISTERIA LANE Teri will be singing at the Wisteria Lane block party on April 21. You can find ticket information at the block party website.
It was a little more than a decade ago, on a sunny day, in a beautiful suburb called Fairview, that Mary Alice Young shattered the quiet when she ended it all. Since then, Wisteria Lane has never been the same. Join us for a last stroll down this now-legendary street and a chance to bid farewell to the women who have entertained us.
If you’re going, HAVE FUN. I thought about buying a ticket but I wouldn’t be able to stay the entire time because of work.
BAND FROM TV: Teri will be joing The Band from TV for their annual President’s Day weekend show at the Niagara Fallsview Casino. Visit ticketmaster.ca or call 1-877-833-3110 to buy your tickets.
Teri answered some questions for the Niagra Falls review about the performance.
Review: Everyone in the group performs for a different charity. What’s yours and why did you choose it?
Hatcher: “I have many and for that reason am starting my own foundation so I can dole out funds to causes that don’t get attention, as well as the well known charities. This go-round will be for Keep Memory Alive, which supports cure research for Alzheimer’s and other brain issues. I’m actually missing their 70th gala in Vegas in order to raise them funds.”
You can read the entire article here.
Teri is on the cover of the June issue of Prevention magazine.
“This guy came up to me and said, ‘Do I know you?’ He seemed nice,” Hatcher, 46, describes how she met a guy recently. “We talked. So he walked away and my girlfriend goes, ‘Should I see if he’s single?’ I go, ‘Yes.’ She runs over, gets his card. We went on a date, didn’t work out. Fine.”
“The point is, I’m actively trying in a different way,” she continues. “Since then, I’ve gone on a date with a very attractive man and it was a terrific example of me manifesting this conscious change and taking responsibility for why I may have unconsciously been keeping relationships at bay. By no means am I in [a relationship], but I have three guys calling at the moment, and that’s different from before.”