The View: Elizabeth Mitchell
Is Elizabeth Mitchell the queen of sci-fi? You might remember her from the popular drama Lost, and now you can see her in the futuristic series Revolution, where her character is in a fierce battle for survival.
The View: Elizabeth Mitchell Revolution
Whoopi Goldberg is a big fan of Mitchell’s and said she will watch anything the actress does. How does Elizabeth feel about her unofficial title? “Queen of anything sounds good, right?” she said. She even goes to fan conventions and said she loves sci-fi.
In the series Revolution, her character is struggling to keep her family together in the face of a devastating blackout. However, there is more to her than meets the eye. Mitchell admitted that her character is responsible for knocking out the power.
The View: Elizabeth Mitchell Son
Mitchell’s character holds the key to restoring electricity, but she is hanging on to the power for the time being. Barbara Walters wondered what people would miss the most if the power went out.
Mitchell said her phone is her lifeline, with her favorite music and pictures of her family, like her seven-year-old son. He watched his mother train, and believed that she can protect the family from robbers.
Revolution can be seen Monday nights on NBC.
The View: Elizabeth Mitchell Star Wars?
Mitchell researched Stockholm Syndrome for her role in Revolution, to help her understand her character better. For Revolution, she has reunited with producer J.J. Abrams, who is also behind Lost and the latest Star Wars reboot.
Will we be seeing Elizabeth in the newest movie? She is definitely pitching herself for a role.
The View: Crunch Dance Workout Reviews
In fall 2012, The View host Sherri Shepherd was a contestant on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars. She has continued her love of dance, and she invited Broadway veteran and guest co-host Brooke Shields to help her review some new dance workouts from Crunch.
The View: 2Fly Workout Review
From Crunch Gym, Kristin Sudeikis and Rachel Warren were on The View to demonstrate their moves. This ‘90s-inspired workout brings a house party feel to a gym workout. Moves include the Brush It Off.
The View: Hot Seat Workout Review
Also from Crunch, Zuta Gilchriest, demonstrated The Hot Seat workout, using a chair as a prop to increase mobility. These workouts and more are available in Crunch gyms.
The View: Masala Bhangra Workout Review
From The Alvin Ailey Extension Program, Sarina Jain, “the Jane Fonda of India,” showed off her Masala Bhangra dance workout. It is a fusion of folk and Bollywood, she explained, and put the ladies through a few moves.
Have you ever tried a dance workout?