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Kat also identifies as “pansexual, fluid, non-monosexual” as well as “queer” on Sunday's episode.
The "Grey's Anatomy" star didn't get quite the response she'd anticipated.
She made remarks in response to Dustin Lance Black's "When We Rise."
"I will invest my brand where I'm respected," Sara Ramirez says.
Let's just say Arizona Robbins will not be killed off anytime soon.
She opened up about her sexuality while speaking on behalf of homeless LGBT youth.
First Cristina Yang, then Derek Shepherd, now Callie Torres.
When "Grey's Anatomy" picks up in Season 10 (two-hour premiere airs Thurs., Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC), the doctors of
"Grey's Anatomy" stars Chandra Wilson and Sara Ramirez talk about the continuing superstorm, more disasters to come and the bumps in the road for the Grey Sloan Memorial gang in Season 10.
The 200-episode club is an elite one in television, and the folks at ABC and "Grey's Anatomy" have every right to be proud
Shonda Rhimes is a busy lady, but when she's not working on her two hit ABC dramas, "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal," she's trying to calm the masses on Twitter who scream questions at her in all caps and then, get angry when they don't like the answers. It's funny to watch it unfold, time and time again, but mostly, that level of passionate fandom is a testament to the characters Rhimes has created on both series.