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PHOTO: Lauren Graham’s First Shot in Costume for Broadway’s Guys and Dolls


One of Blindie’s fave comedic actresses Lauren Graham is donning ’30s glam for her Broadway debut in a revival of Guys and Dolls.

In the shot, released to Entertainment Weekly, the Gilmore Girls alum channels her character, nightclub singer Mis Adelaide.

Referencing her vocal prowess in a famous and touching scene (see below) in Gilmore Girls where she karaokes Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” to her love Luke, Graham said, “Lorelai was drunk. Don’t gauge my singing ability by Lorelai singing drunk in the seventh season.”

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Ga Ga: Lauren Graham Returning to Primetime TV with ABC Comedy

Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham is making her return to primetime in a new ABC comedy starring the funny lady as a self-help guru who teaches women how to live a stress-free life, according to Variety.

Blindie’s been missing Graham since she left The CW in 2007 when Gilmore Girls went off air. Only such an extraordinary comedic actress like Graham can make a teen mom like Lorelai Gilmore hilarious and heartfelt for seven seasons!

The untitled half-hour comedy will be written by Alex Herschlag of Will and Grace fame, who will executive produce along with Graham.

As we previously reported, Graham, who has since appeared in Evan Almighty and Flash of Genius, is also heading to Broadway, starring in a revival of Guys and Dolls.

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Ga Ga: Gilmore Girls Star Lauren Graham Back On Broadway in ‘Guys and Dolls’

Lauren Graham (aka Lorelai Gilmore of the Gilmore Girls) will appear as the long-suffering Miss Adelaide to Oliver Platt’s Nathan Detroit in the upcoming revival of Guys and Dolls, opening March 1 at the Nederlander Theatre in New York.

Blindie’s been missing Graham’s wit and talent since the cancellation of her long-running WB/The CW series. Since her exodus from Stars Hollow, Graham has starred on the big screen with Steve Carell in Evan Almighty and Greg Kinnear in Flash of Genius.

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