Merry Christmas From Alyssa Milano Online!

Merry Christmas fellow Alyssa fans! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful christmas so far, and that it will keep staying wonderful. Christmas is the time of year which should be filled with a bit extra joy and happiness, and I hope all our visitors is feeling the christmas spirit 🙂 To make the day even more amazing then it hopefully already is, I have a huge icon archive update for you lot today! Thank you so much to Jess for some of these.

This site may stay a bit unactive during the rest of 2010, as I want to spend this time with friends and loved ones, and hopefully so will you! I hope to be able to drop by every now and then though. But, Alyssa Milano Online will continue to serve you all the latest and greatest on Lyssa, as well as lots of more Charmed captures, content updates and more in 2011 – and I’m really looking forward to it! Now, enjoy the icons, and merry merry christmas!!

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Charmed: 4×04 – Enter the Demon Screencaptures

As promised, I have today continued to fill our “Charmed” section of the galleries with screencaptures. This time, I have screencaptured the 4th episode of season 4: enter the demon! I really love this one – Alyssa looks absolutely gorgeous, and it’s a hilarious episode. I have added a little recap for you below, but for those of you who are to eager to check out the captures: It’s the episode where Paige accidently makes her and Phoebe switch bodies. If you’re however, really bored, then you can check out the complete episode script here. There’s quite a lot of pictures, but that also mean lots more pretty-nees! Enjoy the captures, and come back soon for more!

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Paige makes a major blunder when carelessly mixing potions for Piper while secretly wishing she could be in Phoebe’s shoes training for combat, and ends up actually switching bodies with Phoebe. While the two sisters try to reverse the spell and struggle to harness each other’s powers, they must battle a Zen Master’s powerful disciple who has turned evil against his mentor and opened up a portal between two worlds.

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Happy Birthday Alyssa!

Our dear Alyssa turned 38th years yesterday! Unbelievable huh? Alyssa must be the best aging woman in the entire would – she doesn’t look a day older than 25 🙂 Her birthday wish I told you about earlier did unfortunately not come true by her birthday, bu there is still 11 days left – so if you have some money left after all the christmas shopping, head over and donate a dollar or two!

Watch “Sundays at Tiffany’s” Online!

The full “Sundays at Tiffany’s” movie is now supposedly online for viewing! Unfortunately, I am not sure if it’s working – it deffinately isn’t from my country/location 🙁 But according to Alyssa’s official news twitter, it should work! Head over and see for yourself – I am dying to see this! You can (hopefully) view it here.

When we’re on the subject, stills and more from this film will be added to our galleries soon! 🙂 So stay tuned…

New article: “I Stress About Work And Responsibility”

Article: The “Charmed” actress dishes on childhood stardom, imaginary friends and gardening. She was every girl’s first idol and every man’s first crush. Yup, we’re talking about Alyssa Milano. It’s been 26 years since she began her stint on Who’s The Boss? where she grew up on TV screens in living rooms across America. “I was such a part of people’s families,” Alyssa says. “I’m everyone’s eternal cousin.”

And for Alyssa, the end is nowhere in sight. She’s hit the small screen once again with her lead role in the film Sundays at Tiffany’s that aired on Lifetime earlier this month. The romantic flick based on James Patterson’s novel, portrays Alyssa as the successful and engaged-to-be-married, Jane Claremont. When Jane’s childhood imaginary friend reappears to warn her about the path her life is taking, she reevaluates and ultimately falls in love with him.

Below Utopia, My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, Wisegal and now Sundays at Tiffany’s—yes, these are all movies that Alyssa has starred in. But did you know that she also took part in producing each one?  As a result, she became more emotionally invested in each project. “When you’re just hired to act, it can sometimes be difficult to completely grasp the vision that everyone has,” Alyssa explains. “But when you’re also producing, you know that vision like the back of your hand because you’ve had so many discussions about it.”

As a producer, Alyssa took part in developing her own character, Jane. She claims that was the most challenging part of her role. “I wanted to see a distinct change [in Jane] between the beginning and the end,” she said. “But I didn’t want her to come off as bitchy and icy at the beginning. She had to be likeable.”

Jane’s character may partly be Alyssa’s brainchild. But that doesn’t mean they’re anything alike in reality. In fact, Alyssa was initially attracted to their differences. “Jane was hurt in her past, and as a way to protect herelf, she became a suppressed romantic. I was never not a romantic in real life,” she says.

Another difference between Alyssa and her character: Alyssa has never had an imaginary friend. But that certainly doesn’t mean that she lacked imagination as a kid. As an only child until age ten, she had to find creative ways to keep busy solo. Puppet shows and interpretive dances were her go-tos.

Clearly, Alyssa has come a long way from performances in her living room. Besides acting and producing, she also works as a UNICEF ambassador and has her own women’s sports apparel line, Touch. We couldn’t fathom how she also makes time for herself. But Alyssa believes that life is all about balance. “I don’t feel fulfilled unless I’m doing the things I love,” she says. “I stress and stress about work and responsibility, but somehow, it always gets done.” On her days off, she enjoys spending time with her husband, David Bugliari, horseback riding and toiling away in the organic vegetable garden that David built her. (Aw!) “I’m so obsessed [with my garden] it’s ridiculous,” she laughs.

As Alyssa clocks in at almost three decades in the industry, we were dying to find out what’s kept her there for so long.  “I don’t know if I can do anything else!” she admits. People who work in the fickle unstable environment that is Hollywood never know what their next job is going to be. And that’s why Alyssa loves the stability of television. “At least for that season, you know you’ll have a job,” she says. “It let’s you enjoy your life a little bit more.”

Source and Credit: Brooke Sager from BettyConfidental