After 11 seasons, most of the original cast is off the series, and even beloved second-wave characters like Mark Sloan, Addison Montgomery-Shepherd, and Lexie Grey have come and gone.
This week, in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor reveals what led him to his decision, and he also candidly discusses "Isaiahgate," coming out of the closet, and leaving his friends at Seattle Grace.
In the trailer for the show, we see Monifah kissing her butch lover.
It's an epic tale of courage, betrayal, faith, love and a proud nation that refused to back down.“I hate the term,” she says, “because I’ve never been anything but who I am, and I’ve lived my authentic life.” Monifah, 41, is one of 5 R&B singers featured in a new reality TV series titled “R&B Divas,” premiering Aug. The series also stars Faith Evans, Nicci Gilbert, Kiki Wyatt, and Sylena Johnson.The series centers around the women’s lives as they work together on a R&B compilation album.Monifah seems to be attracted to aggressive lesbians who might abuse her. Over 90,000 people signed a petition asking Shonda Rhimes to fix it. Killing off Derek is not just emotionally devastating for the viewers, as Ms.