‘Grey’s Anatomy’ alum embraces brighter life with new hairstyle
Things could get better for Jo Wilson. Jo faced absolutely brutal grief over Grey’s Anatomy, but the end of season seventeen saw things improve for OB / GYN. The finale sees Jo determined to adopt Luna, even selling Alex’s shares in the hospital to Tom in order to afford an expensive lawyer. She eventually succeeds and moves in with her new daughter to Jackson’s old apartment, complete with a Facetime cameo of the late Jesse Williams character.
Camilla Luddington prepares to play Jo for season 18 of Grey’s Anatomy, and she gave fans a taste of what to expect on Instagram. Jo is clearly turning a new leaf, as Luddington shared a photo showing she’s gone very blonde. “Season 18,” she captioned the photo.
Luddington, who signed a new contract for Grey’s last year which came with a big pay rise, explained at the start of last season that she wanted Jo to have her only moment after the brutal exit of Alex Karev (Justin Chambers) in season 16 . “I want her to have her single-girls season,” Luddington said. Cosmopolitan. “Personally, I don’t think going into a long term relationship is the right thing for her right now. I think you still need that time after a huge breakup like that to sit back and breathe. . I would like Jo to play on the field, that’s what I would like. ” Now that she’s had her season to heal, could romance be on the horizon for Jo?
Grey’s Anatomy returns Thursday, September 30, and there will certainly be more dramatic events at the Gray-Sloan Memorial. However, could the series come to an end? Star Ellen Pompeo spoke to Entertainment tonight on the Emmys red carpet and touched on the potential end of the medical drama juggernaut. “They’re not far off,” said, responding to fan speculation that the series may end soon. “I mean, I’ve been trying to run away for years. I’m trying. It’s not because I haven’t tried. I have strong relationships within the network and they’ve been very, very good to me, and made me stay. “
Still, Pompeo explained that “creatively, as long as there’s something going on,” she’s happy to keep Grey’s Go. “Miraculously, we continue to find ways to have a reason to stay and if there is a reason, that justifies it,” she explained. When asked if there might be a 19 season after the upcoming 18th, Pompeo exclaimed “Oh please! Oh my God, can we pray together?”