The pop star talks taking a major career risk on Wednesday morning’s ‘The View.’
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Tim Riggins, how we miss thee and those luscious dirty blonde locks! Friday Night Lights premiered eight years ago this month, and because we were feeling sentimental, Us Weekly sidelined with Taylor Kitsch at the GQ x Lacoste Sport Pop Up event in NYC on Thursday, Oct. 23, to discuss the fan-favorite sports drama (a.k.a. the best show of all time!).
Reunion buzz often follows the NBC cast, but Kitsch, 33, continues to stick with the notion that a film would just ruin how Coach Taylor and the team said goodbye. “It really does feel like forever ago,” he told Us, noting that he doesn’t watch the series on Netflix.
Dry those tears though, Panthers! For “Texas Forever!” continues to ring true for Kitsch. After all, the actor moved to Austin, TX, after filming wrapped. “They’re so gracious there,” he told Us of fans down south. “Super fans.”
How so? FNL die-hard fans also “sometimes” recite those six magical words to Kitsch when they see him in town…
“Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.”
Kitsch revisited his Dillon, Texas days in more detail, revealed which cast members he’s stayed close to since retiring his No. 33 jersey, and the Panther moments that have stuck with him since walking off the football field for the last time. Check out what he told Us:
Us Weekly: Do you have a favorite FNL memory?
Taylor Kitsch: That’s impossible to answer. Oh my God. The last scene was pretty incredible for everybody. We had the whole crew and people who had been there the last five years. That was a very heavy one. And there’s so many good memories. Really. We were incredibly spoiled on that show. Riggins’ last game was tough. That was a big day. Those are the good memories I have.
US: Did you keep any Riggins memorabilia?
TK: Oh yeah! I have all my jerseys. I have a piece of his locker that was gifted to me. What else do I have?
US: Do you ever whip out the jersey for old times’ sake?
TK: No, that’d be a bit creepy! They’re literally just hanging in my closet. I actually gave one of them to my best friend.
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Stepping out for a swanky evening, Gwyneth Paltrow hosted the amfAR LA Inspiration Gala Honoring Tom Ford in Hollywood last night (October 29).
And amidst rumors that his wife Jessica Biel is pregnant, Justin Timberlake showed up solo for the event, which raised money for the amfAR organization.