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Emily VanCamp covers Hamptons magazine; Revenge season 2 imminent

If you follow me on Twitter you’ll have seen my newfound obsession with Revenge. This has to be the best show on TV at the moment, not necessarily because of gritty storylines or incredible acting but because of unashamed, soapy …

Tue, Aug 28, 2012, 07:30

   

If you follow me on Twitter you’ll have seen my newfound obsession with Revenge. This has to be the best show on TV at the moment, not necessarily because of gritty storylines or incredible acting but because of unashamed, soapy schmaltz thanks to a stellar combination of hammy plotline (the title says it all), Madeleine Stowe and tonnes of twists and turns. Well, with this love of Revenge comes an equally obsessive love of Emily VanCamp, who I’ve just spent the last hour internet stalking via Just Jared.

Lucky for me, she’s the current cover star of Hamptons magazine, with accompanying fashion spread. Startlingly, the interview reveals that the first time VanCamp went to the Hamptons was for this shoot (the show is filmed in LA). VanCamp looks predictably great in the black-tie attire for the shoot, and the interview is nice – although it’s pretty spoilery if you haven’t yet got through season one.

And yeah, I know I said I was taking a break. And I am. Watching Revenge, reading really terrible books by the dozen and chowing down freshly baked croissants and French coffee. Yum. I’m regularly updating on Instagram (@rosemarymaccabe) and from now on will be doing any “what I wore” posts over thaddaway. You can also subscribe to my Facebook updates and see what I’m wearing comme ca.

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