We now have photos of Arielle in her upcoming NBC drama titled Midnight, Texas. I honestly can’t wait to see this show and I can’t stop looking at the trailer. I’ve manage to screen shot some photos of her from the trailer. She wasn’t in it much but that’s okay! Enjoy the 17 HD screencaptures!
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Tomorrow (July 9th) Arielle will MCing this event call Chiquita’s Friends. If you happen to be in the Los Angeles area please if you meet her and would like to donate any photos please do. Tickets could be bought here. Below is a little about Chiquita Friends:
Renowned chef, author, restaurateur and philanthropist, Geraldine Gilliland, arrived in Los Angeles from Northern Ireland in 1975, beginning her extraordinary career in the culinary industry. With multiple degrees in Classical French Cuisine and Home Economics, Geraldine has studied and worked with distinguished chefs from around the world. Her culinary expertise encompasses an international diversity including Indian, Chinese, Mexican, Japanese, French and, of course, Contemporary California and Irish. Geraldine has been featured in the L.A. Times, Fine Cooking Magazine, and Bon Appetit named her “…one of the top six chefs in the United States”. In 1995, Geraldine and her late husband, Theodore Lonsway, built their dream home, Rancho Chiquita, nestled high in the Malibu Mountains. Rancho Chiquita overlooks a spectacular panoramic ocean view and 250 acres of rolling hills, and is host to many Charity Fundraising Events, Weddings, Private Cooking Classes, and Film and Movie Shoots. An avid advocate on behalf of the protection and rehabilitation of animals, Geraldine shares her home with a multitude of Rescue Dogs. She serves on the Advisory Board of several nonprofit organizations and has received numerous awards for her philanthropic and volunteer endeavors. – Source
If you’re not able to attend and would like to donate you can by going here Help a pet in need!
The actress made her comments at the end of the final panel of the ATX Festival after leading a script reading of ‘The O.C’ pilot episode.
The fifth annual ATX Television Festival ended on a somber note Sunday when actress and festival ambassador Arielle Kebbel took a moment to pay tribute to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
Kebbel, who hails from nearby Winter Park, Flo., opened up about the “devastating event” after a script reading of The O.C. pilot which she and other celebrities participated in. The shooting left at least 50 dead and 53 more injured.
“Now is the time for change,” Kebbel said after the end of the reading. The Vampire Diaries actress went onto to urge those in attendance to help facilitate that change through voting, through writing letters to the families of the victims, or “whatever feels comfortable for you.”
Kebbel went on to point to the laughter heard in the room during the script reading. “Laughter is a beautiful thing and I do believe that love and happiness and people coming together can change America,” she also said.
Earlier in the day, the festival canceled a panel on violence on TV that was set for Sunday morning in the wake of the shooting. In addition, a vigil will be held near festival headquarters in downtown Austin Sunday evening.