Hello Sophia fans! I have a big gallery update for you all today, and this is one I know all who miss One Tree Hill as much as I do will enjoy. Screen captures of Sophia as Brooke in the 18 episodes long 5th season of the show have been added! This season saw the show jump 4 years into the future, and while the earliest seasons will always be my favorites, I really love Brooke in this one. From succeeding with her fashion line and constantly chasing her dreams, to being there for all her friends who are going through a rough time, and taking in a baby who needs care while visiting the town for a heart surgery – no wonder she’s one of the most loved and admired television characters of the recent years.
I’ll soon have season 6 to 9 up as well, and as soon as all are completed, I will start working on our One Tree Hill page. I plan to add a complete episode guide, character pages (biography, style files, quotes, trivia) and other fun pages. If there is something you wish to see, just leave a comment on this post or send me a message on twitter!
Four years after high school; Karen is travelling the world with her daughter, Lily and boyfriend, Andy. Lucas has a new girlfriend, Lindsey, and a best-selling book. Brooke’s fashion line has taken off, but she still feels like her life is missing something. Haley has become a teacher at Tree Hill high. Nathan is in a wheelchair after a bar accident, and has to deal with recuperating and a future that possibly has no basketball in it. Peyton’s career didn’t take off in L.A., and she returns to Tree Hill still mourning the end of her relationship with Lucas. Dan is released from jail and is hoping for forgiveness. Deb becomes Jamie’s nanny after the previous one kidnapped him, tried to steal Nathan, and tried to kill Haley. Mouth begins a new relationship with Brooke’s assistant Millicent and tries to become successful in the sports reporting world.
Hello Sophia fans! Last night (November 2), our girl attended the Conservation International’s 30th Anniversary Dinner. She looked amazing! I have updated our gallery with the first 7 high quality photos, but I hope to have more additions later. I really love that Sophia supports causes like Conservation International – it makes me admire her even more!
Conservation International uses science, policy and partnerships to protect the nature people rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods. Founded in 1987, Conservation International works in more than 30 countries on six continents to ensure a healthy, prosperous planet that supports us all. At the Dinner, Harrison Ford was honoured with the prestigious Environmental Award, and the gala also honoured SC Johnson and Rock in Rio, Feature Climate Leader Christiana Figueres and Top-Ranked Brazilian Chef Alex Atala.
Hello Sophia fans! On Friday, our girl attended the 5th annual UNICEF Masquerade ball. She looked amazing! The Ball was hosted by UNICEF Next Generation, and it was held at the iconic Clifton’s Republic. All funds raised at the event will support UNICEF’s work to save and improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.
UNICEF Next Generation is a group of young leaders, philanthropists, entrepreneurs and innovators in their 20s and 30s who commit their resources, resolve and enthusiasm toward supporting UNICEF’s lifesaving work. UNICEF does whatever it takes to put children first and has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization.
Hello fellow Sophia fans! On October 25, Sophia attended the International Women’s Media Foundation‘s Courage in Journalism Awards at the NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles. She posed for the photographers at the red carpet alongside Zoe Lister Jones, Rashida Jones, Cindi Leive and Connie Britton, and they all looked amazing! I have updated our gallery with 70+ high quality photos from the event – you can find previews and links below.
Now in its 28th year, the IWMF Courage in Journalism Awards celebrate women journalists who set themselves apart through extraordinary bravery. Courage in Journalism Award honorees included Deborah Amos, Middle East reporter for National Public Radio (NPR) News; Saniya Toiken (Kazakhstan), a reporter for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty; and Hadeel al-Yamani (Yemen).
Yesterday (October 21st), Sophia was keynote speaker at the Create & Cultivate conference‘s Second Annual Style Summit. The Summit was a a get-together for women looking to make bold moves in their careers and personal lives, and was held in Houston. Our gallery has been updated with two photos from the event, and you can read People Magazine’s article with parts of an interview done with Sophia ahead of the conference below.
People | Sophia Bush has long used her social media feeds as a place to voice her feelings on hot-button issues like the presidential election and gun control. But in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, she’s spoken up even more about women’s rights and the harassment so many females face on a daily basis.
That’s why the timing was so perfect for Bush to serve as keynote speaker of the Create & Cultivate conference‘s Second Annual Style Summit (in partnership with Simon Malls) in Houston on Saturday, a get-together for women looking to make bold moves in their careers and personal lives.
Ahead of the conference — which was planned before Harvey hit the Texas city and raised funds for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund — Bush spoke to PEOPLE about the organization and her passion for women’s rights.
“Even in ‘advanced’ countries, women are ignored, passed over, mistreated and subjugated at rates that are unacceptable,” she said. “It’s impossible not to feel frustrated when you look at the data that shows us this unfortunate reality. And until those numbers change, I’ll be rallying around, and for, women. We shouldn’t have to work so hard just to get to the starting line. The starting line should be the same for all of us.”
The actress recently shared her own #metoo story following the Weinstein allegations, and said she believes the words ‘me too’ are “the two most powerful words in the English language. If we can use them as a bridge to join hands with other women and create authentic support systems for one another, we can do anything. Being there for other women. Believing other women. Standing up for other women. Showing up for other women. It starts there.”