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I’ve uploaded captures from tonights intense episode of Quantico. You can also view the ABC & CTV promos below.

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We love Priyanka Chopra for many reasons, but perhaps one of our favorite things about the actress is her level head about health and fitness—a rarity for women in Hollywood. (This is a girl who eats an In-N-Out burger before hitting a red carpet, after all.)

“I believe in a woman having curves,” the 33-year-old says in the video above, part of her conversation with I Am That Girl’s Emily Greener for InStyle’s April #innerstyle column, now on newsstands. “Everyone has a different body type, and you have to find what’s best about your body type.”

While Chopra admits she owes her svelte figure to “Indian genes,” her body positivity is all part of her philosophy to be the best version of herself. “What makes you different is what makes you special,” she says. “The more different you are, the more special you are.” Sound advice from a woman who grew up being bullied for being “different.”

Watch the video above for more of Chopra’s candid thoughts on embracing your #innerstyle, and read the full feature with the star of Baywatch and Quantico inside the April issue of InStyle, now available on newsstands and for digital download. Plus, learn more about I Am That Girl and its mission to change the way girls treat themselves—and each other.

The White House Correspondents’ Association dinner is still more than a month away, but it’s already getting its first dose of star power.

Alan Cumming and Chris Noth of “The Good Wife,” “Orange is the New Black” actress Natasha Lyonne, -AnnaLynne McCord of “90210,” and “Quantico” star Priyanka Chopra are all poised to head to Washington for the annual celeb-filled festivities, ITK has learned.

The group of entertainers — which also includes -Wendi McLendon-Covey from “The Goldbergs,” “Madam Secretary” star Tim Daly, Constance Zimmer of “UnREAL” and Lisa Edelstein from “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” — will all join the Creative Coalition, an arts advocacy organization, at a benefit dinner in Washington on the eve of the April 30 soiree.

This year’s correspondents’ dinner, known for bringing a mix of Hollywood, journalists and lawmakers to the Washington Hilton hotel and traditionally attended by the president, will be headlined by Comedy Central host -Larry Wilmore.


Style, attitude and confidence describe the women who grace Victoria’s Secret’s 2016 What Is Sexy? List. As the authority on what is sexy now, Victoria’s Secret compiled its picks of the fiercest and most inspiring women in Hollywood who embody an aspirational lifestyle. From Sexiest Actress to Sexiest Mogul, the women who made the highly-anticipated list are all sexy, bold, and powerful:

Sexiest Eyes: Priyanka Chopra


I’ve added screen captures from Bajirao Mastani. If you haven’t bought the DVD yet you can do so on Amazon. It comes with deleted scenes, making the film, images and more!

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“Care” – At Quantico, the NATS’ current assignment is to learn about human trafficking when Liam and Miranda challenge them to cross the U.S. / Canadian border without passports. Meanwhile, in the future, Simon continues to help Alex try to find the terrorist, but doing so puts his own life in great risk, on “Quantico,” SUNDAY, APRIL 10 (10:00–11:00 EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

When I arrive at her Montreal home, Priyanka Chopra is wrapping a photo shoot. She’s joking with the crew, filling the room with her broad smile and throaty laugh. She makes her goodbyes, hugging nearly everyone, then vanishes to her bedroom for a few moments to reset for our shoot. Two more will follow.

Such is the daily pace for a woman who recently became the first South Asian actress to star in a network drama and who has just begun filming the big-screen reboot of Baywatch (due in theaters next May). In her home country of India, Chopra cannot go anywhere without being mobbed by fans, and is a dominant presence on social media, where tens of millions of people follow her every move.

Despite having made over 50 films, winning Miss World in 2000, signing a record deal with Universal Music Group, penning columns for Elle, and a slew of endearing moments (like her wing-eating contest with Jimmy Fallon), the 33-year-old Chopra has remained largely unknown in the States. But with the success of ABC’s Quantico, on which she plays an FBI agent and for which she won a People’s Choice Award, Chopra is beginning to make her way toward being a household name as much here as she already is around the globe.

After a few hours of obliging our requests to hop around in her pool, Priyanka sat down with me and I asked her how she’s managing it all and where she hopes to go next.

On the term “Bollywood” and being called a “Bollywood celebrity”:
“I’m proud of being Indian, but I don’t think I need to be labeled based on where I am from. It’s divisive in many ways, and we’re already so divided. By saying ‘Bollywood’—first of all, we’re not an offshoot of Hollywood, we’re the Indian film industry that produces a tremendous array of films every year—it’s using a word that encapsulates a stereotype of what we are. And we don’t really do that with any other countries. We don’t say, ‘Spanish celebrity Penelope Cruz’ or ‘Italian star Sophia Loren.’ So why make it a defining point for me? I’m trying to be global and trying to push us, as a society, to becoming colorblind, and so I’m very grateful to ABC for casting me in Quantico. It was based on my merit, not on my ethnicity. The part wasn’t written for an Indian girl, it was just written for an ass-kicking, mess of a girl, and I happen to portray her best.”

On the state of television (and movies):
“The strongest content is ALL on television right now. And, happily, there are strong, amazing characters for women. Quantico is a huge example of that. When was the last time you saw a hijab-wearing, ballsy, badass, unapologetic, flirtatious female FBI agent in a film? Movies are now so much about the entertainment. They’re all big blockbusters. And I love them, don’t get me wrong, but the writing has all gone to television.”

On being in your 30s versus your 20s:
“In my 20s, I used to have a lot more energy! I was this skydiving, bungee-jumping adrenaline junkie. I don’t know what happened to me! Now that I’m in my early 30s, I’ve put all that energy into my work, although I’m still a little ridiculous. In your 30s, you’re sensible enough to know better, but still stupid enough to do stupid things. ”

On social media:
“It’s odd, we’re not tolerant at all anymore and the more we have a voice, the more we hide behind anonymity and talk crap. You’re going to have trolls everywhere, especially being a public person. That’s the professional hazard – you have put yourself out there for people to judge. It’s the price you pay, but I’m fortunate to have been put on a platform where people might hear me (they might not listen to me) and I like taking advantage of that. I speak up when I want to and instead of focusing on the naysayers, I focus on the millions of people who encourage me to take chances and do things that are different and not be afraid just because I’m a woman or because I come from a certain place. I don’t have a method to it and maybe that’s why I have incredible support. My fans are like my own personal army, but I don’t get into fights over social. There are so many people who just write crap. Ain’t nobody got time for that.” (Take note, unnamed politicians.)

On her Baywatch role:
“I was a huge Baywatch fan growing up. I’ll admit that I loved David Hasselhoff. So it’s so exciting to be a part of this film. And I get to play the villain, which I haven’t done before. I was initially approached about another part in the film, but I guess after the producers met me, they thought I’d be great as the antagonist, which hopefully is not a bad sign.”

On who she would call her girl-crush:
“Irina Shayk. Hands down.”

On the one thing that’s made her happiest (and saddest) this year:
“Happiest? The success of Quantico. There were a bunch of naysayers and I’m glad I didn’t give them the chance to be right. Saddest? Being away from home. I’m so grateful for this year, but it’s been a long time to be away from the familiar. And it’s freezing up in Montreal. I’m used to incredibly hot weather, so I’m always afraid I might break in this cold.”

On her guilty pleasure:
“Red wine.”

On her father’s impact on her life:
“When I was little, my dad used to call me ‘Bandarella’, because I was a mess—a Bandar is a monkey in Hindi. I was not a girly-girl and would always break something and would be running around and didn’t really fit in. And he would tell me, ‘Don’t worry about fitting into a glass slipper; shatter the glass ceiling.’

I lost my dad two years ago to cancer, and before he died, I asked him to write ‘Daddy’s Little Girl’ on a piece of paper for me. I told him it was for an album. He practiced and practiced and then sent it to me and I had it tattooed onto my wrist and surprised him with it. He cried when he saw it, happy tears. This way, I always carry him with me.”


Screen captures from tonights episode have been added to the gallery. You can also watch the promo for next week below. Enjoy 🙂

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Despite their chilly surroundings, things got heated between Alex (Priyanka Chopra) and Simon (Tate Ellington) this week, but in the end, Alex’s visit convinced Simon to return to New York and help her track down — and take down — the terrorist(s). Meanwhile, Caleb’s strange mission as Mark Raymond took a turn into Shelby’s non-half-sister’s ordeal, Nimah confronted Raina about her mysterious outings, and Liam’s past — with both Alex and Drew — caught up to him.

Below, Quantico executive producer Josh Safran breaks down the twists:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did you come up with the idea to have Simon not only alone in the cabin, but with the habit of pointing a gun at himself every morning?
JOSH SAFRAN: We just talked about what would happen to somebody who felt responsible for multiple things in his life that he looked back on in a negative way. He’s haunted from his military service because war is hell on everybody, and he is too empathetic to a fault… In talking to people who had severe PTSD and talking to our consultants about people after 9/11 and things like that, [we asked] where people with Simon’s constitution could go, and then we started pitching the story from there. It felt right for Simon to be at the edge of a cliff.

Where did you shoot that portion of the episode?
That was outside of Montreal and strangely enough, we shot at that location for a park for people to jog through in episode 3, and I saw that house and I was like, “Oh, that’s going to come back one day, I know it.” When we came up with this plot, I was like, “Go find that house,” and they found that house!

It’s not a cabin, believe it or not. It’s actually like a logging station, so they cut wood and trees, and inside it’s just one little room, a place you go to warm yourself up while you’re cutting logs. It was super cold. Poor Priyanka and Tate walking outside, it was one of the coldest days.

At the end of the episode, Simon decides to help Alex. What does it mean for Simon to be in play for this plot and how does this affect Alex’s state of mind?
I think it’s good for Alex to have an ally for a change. Vasquez was, but that was under duress. Simon’s actually here of his own volition, and it’s an emotional place for Alex. I also think that Simon and Alex is a love story, but it’s a platonic love story. They really are probably the closest of all of the characters in some strange way.

Alex and Shelby’s friendship is very deep and bonded, her relationship with Ryan is also very understood and specific, but her and Simon carry some primal connection. It’s like they really are protective of each other and they free each other and they understand each other, probably because out of everybody, Simon’s made similar hard choices as Alex has, that involve life or death. So I think having this ally and somebody who really understands is just going to change things for Alex in a good way. Even if she’s dealing with this horrible situation, she at least has somebody she can talk to who will understand. For what it will do to Simon, I can’t say, but of course, it’s not gonna be easy.

The FBI still doesn’t know Natalie’s dead. To clarify, will this storyline be revisited, or is it tied off at this point?
That story is not tied off at all.

Also to clarify, in the Quantico timeline, what is Drew’s status by the end? Is he done at the Academy?
As far as Liam is concerned, he is. The question that we pick up in [the next episode] is that Alex says to Drew, “That’s what Liam says, but he can’t do anything without Miranda’s approval.” That sets him off on how much he wants to be there and what he is willing to fight for.

What about Liam? I’m assuming he hands in his resignation in the morning?
[The next episode] picks up the next morning. [You find out] in the opening minutes.

What’s his mindset after dealing with Alex and Miranda? Is he angry with them or do you think he had a sense that this was coming?
I think Liam is somebody who has made mistakes and actually has owned up to them more often than not. He, probably more than most people are willing to admit, is actually okay with what is going to come his way because he is going to be honest about it. I can’t say too much more. [This episode] to [next week’s] is in some ways a two-parter, meaning there’s a lot more. It’s a direct pickup.

Moving on to Raina, we talked before about how Raina is doing this on her own because she thinks she can handle it. What can you tell me about what’s going on with the twins? Is she getting in too deep?
Yes, absolutely. I think Nimah would also get in too deep. The struggle you see between the sisters is that it’s the flip side of where we started in the season, when Nimah wanted to be there and Raina didn’t. Now, Raina actually wants to be there, and thinks she can do it better than Nimah, and I don’t know if that’s actually true. I think what the sisters have to come to understand is they actually aren’t the same people, and they possess something the other lacks and vice versa. They’re really going to have to learn how to grow together. [The next episode] ends the story but then sets it up in a totally new way that we ride out for the rest of the season.

There were clear parallels between the twins’ story and Caleb’s sneaking around this week. Is it accurate, now, to call Caleb a con artist? What is he?
I definitely can’t answer anything on that, but I will say the Mark Raymond story becomes exceptionally clear and everything will be revealed in the next two episodes.

What about Will? What can you tease about what’s going on with him and the faces of the NATs he keeps crossing out?
Is he crossing people off or is he looking for somebody? I can say that the answer to that, which will dovetail nicely with the Mark Raymond story, will come in episode 16.

For now, what else can you say about next week’s episode?
Episode 15 really is the culmination of several of our storylines. It involves an event at Quantico that changes everybody’s trajectory forever. I kind of think of that as the spot in the season where everything comes together and the place that everyone shoots off of from that episode will line them up tragically or not with where we find them in the future, in the beginning of the season. If episodes were stops on a subway line, this is sort of Times Square, where the trains all come together and move off in different places again.

I think every single story has a major turning point, some of them in a much larger way than you would think. There are major repercussions for one of the characters. Something as large as the issues Alex is struggling with in the future, someone is struggling with in the present.

Quantico airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.


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