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However, if that was true, the show's leading actress, America Ferrera, was determined to give fans the best season of the show's four year run.
, a prime time, English-language remake of “Yo Soy Betty La Fae,” the popular Columbian novella (soap opera), and Hayek personally handpicked America Fererra for the lead role of Betty Suarez.
These were people I spent my days with and we’d grown up together.
Part of me is really excited to embody other characters, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say there is a big sorrow in me, too. I love what she says to women, which is that it doesn’t matter what anyone else says or who tries to stop you. I’m sure in a few months I’ll be thinking, ‘If only I could hear from Betty…’” It sound like you are pretty sad and you're already missing Betty.
So, it will be really hard to say goodbye because I grew up on the show.
But I’m so proud of what the show has meant to so many people including young women who say Betty empowered them to step up and know they could do anything.” fans who missed the final episodes of Season Four, can you reveal any clues on how the series wraps up? “I wanted to wrap it up by giving the characters justice. That’s why I’m so grateful that ABC didn’t just pull the plug without giving us a chance to have our ending.
After four years portraying the ultimate fish-out-of-water, the LA-born Latina says goodbye to her NY alter-ego with the release of the Ugly Betty Season 4 DVD.
But what she didn’t realize is that she was starting over in so many ways, and if she wanted to play in the big leagues she needed to keep up.“Do I care about race and color when it comes to anything including love? The great thing is I’m part of a generation that really doesn’t care anymore. Love is colorblind in my book.” Throughout your career, have you ever heard, “You can’t do this role because you’re Hispanic and there aren’t a lot of Hispanic leading ladies in Hollywood?