Katherine Heigl is finally learning how to play the Hollywood Game. And that makes the Dish Rag very sad.

Who can forget the headlines when Katherine blamed “Grey’s Anatomy” writers for not giving her Emmy-worthy material?  Or the furor when she criticized the sexist way women were portrayed in her hit rom com “Knocked Up,” which got Judd Apatow all riled up.
Sure, she was biting the hands that feed her. But how we loved her honesty, something so rare in carefully and politically articulated Hollywood.

]]>Sam Rubin that the perception of her being too honest for Hollywood (written about in the Sunday New York Times) is well-deserved. But she’s trying to change.   “I think that was fair,” Heigl said of the too honest part. “It’s something that I spent a lot of time the last year thinking about and figuring out.” She added, “My career is important to me and I’m really passionate about trying to keep it … I don’t want to be the person digging my own grave,” She admitted that she’s still trying to figure out where she went off track.
And she doesn’t think it was her words as much as her tone. “It just had a tone.. that is the most important thing I’ve learned… I can let go of the tone, maybe not be so edgy.”. Watching the video, we can already see the words being carefully chosen and rolled around in her head before she utters them.  Aw, we miss the old honest Katherine already. Follow Zap2it and Elizadish on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news

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