I'm Ellen Pompeo, and this is how you Own Your ****. Tip one. Be 100% honest. No, no, no, no, no. Wait, wait. 98% honest, yes. 98% honest. 100% honest with yourself, 98% honest with the rest of the world. In being honest, it's best to sort of start with the positive. Find something positive and lead with that. Then get into the more Truthful parts of it. That's what I do. Smiling always helps. A smile works, softens it out. Tip 2, don't be worried about what people think. Unless, of course, what you're gonna say is an insult, then be worried about what they think. Tip 3, stop trying to be perfect. Nobody's perfect! off! Wait, wait, wait. Rihanna, she's perfect. That's it, Michelle Obama, she's perfect. And Shonda Rhimes, she's 100% perfect too. Get that in there, Shonda Rhimes. Hi Shonda, love you. Tip 4, own who you are. Like, who am I? A big mouth? A big mouth, that's who I am. I mean I'm many things, but that's like the easiest way to describe me. Tip 5, quiet on set. Be okay with your flaws. We all have them. Stop trying to speak perfect, look perfect, act perfect. Who gives a ? Men don't try to be perfect. Look at, I won't mention any names. But, these powerful guys? The only good-looking powerful guy is Clooney. All the other powerful guys are pigs. I mean women could never, ever look the way certain people look and get that successful, ever. And women are so worried about trying to be perfect. I mean it's okay to be the best version of yourself, a hundred percent, we should try to be the best version of ourself. But men don't try that hard to be perfect, they don't really give a . Guys don't care, scratching their balls all day. They don't care what we think of them. Okay, so these are my five steps to being powerful. Own your ****. And be grateful. Wait. That's important. Super, super important. Even the opportunity to make a choice is a privilege. Be grateful. And then you can own your ****.
It might not be a full-blown Grey's Anatomy reunion, but still, Ellen Pompeo's thirsty tweet to former co-star Eric Dane has fans in a tizzy.
On Thursday, Pompeo retweeted Dane's photo of himself sipping a coffee and smoldering at the camera, writing, "What’s up playa?????"
The interaction between two original Grey's cast members suitably had fans freaking out and calling for a reunion between Meredith Grey and McSteamy.
og grey’s cast interactions have me like pic.twitter.com/gRboyzGJfx— Carrie McKenna (@carriemmckenna) November 7, 2019
But Pompeo didn't stop there — when Dane didn't respond right away, she tweeted again (and again, and again) to get him to come back from "underground."
Dane, who was on the show from 2006 to 2012, played Dr. Mark Sloan, a.k.a. McSteamy, who — spoiler alert — perished in a tragic plane crash.
Still, it looks like he's lived on forever in the hearts of Grey's fans.