Martha Sorren
Martha is an Associate TV Editor at Bustle. She's obsessed with puns, movie sequels, Top Ramen, and can often be found unironically watching The Bachelor and grieving over Grey's Anatomy's latest character death. She met Tom Hiddleston once and they took a selfie together.

Martha’s Latest Articles

Riggs & Meredith Confront Their Feelings On 'Grey's Anatomy' — VIDEO

All season long, the will-they won't-they of Meredith Grey and Nathan Riggs has teased Grey's Anatomy fans, but things are finally getting serious between the two. As shown in this exclusive clip for Thursday's episode, "Till I Hear It from You," Meredith's answer to dating Riggs may end up being a no, but not until he's had his say as well. After Riggs proposed the idea of going out a couple episodes ago, Meredith has kind of pushed the whole conversation from her brain. She's unsure if she rea…

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What Kim Kardashian Prayed For During Her Robbery Will Break You

As a Kardashian fan, I was so nervous about Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians because I knew Kim was going to tell her Paris robbery story. I wasn't sure I could handle how heartbreaking it was bound to be. But, her emotional retelling of fearing for her life just goes to show that you don't have to be a Kim fan to feel empathy for what she went through. As a human being, her harrowing tale will break your heart. But, there was one quote from Kim Kardashian's robbery story abou…

By Martha Sorren

'Beauty And The Beast's "Exclusively Gay" Moment Does More Harm Than Good

Disney fans had a lot to say when director Bill Condon told Attitude magazine that the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast would have an "exclusively gay moment." Some denounced the film as a result, such as the Alabama drive-in theater that pulled the movie in protest. Others heaped praise upon the movie for being "groundbreaking" before it had even come out. In reality, the scene is neither groundbreaking nor really even "exclusively gay." It's disappointing to think that Beauty and the…

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Meet Rachel's 'Bachelorette' Suitor Blake

In what truly may have been the most dramatic Bachelor moment ever, Rachel's Bachelorette season started early, as in during Nick's After The Final Rose. Rachel met for of her suitors and Bachelorette contestant Blake was number two. Honestly, he was pretty awkward, but I guess I would be too if I were in that position. He kissed Rachel's hand and then hugged her and then talked about how nervous he was, which is fair. Rachel also said she was nervous. Honestly, Blake didn't leave much of a firs…

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Who Are The Men From Rachel’s 'Bachelorette'?

Well, when Chris Harrison says to expect a historic moment on The Bachelor, he really delivers. In a first for the show (so many of those this season!) Rachel met her Bachelorette contestants early. Chris Harrison brought in a fake mansion backdrop and several contestants got out of the limo to meet Rachel. That's right, her Bachelorette season started RIGHT NOW. She was certainly shocked (or a great actor) and seemed a little thrown off that she would meet her contestants so early. In the end s…

By Martha Sorren

Rachel Met Her 'Bachelorette' Contestants Early

This Bachelor season was certainly dramatic, so it's fitting that it ended with another huge moment. Rachel met her Bachelorette contestants early, as in, like, before her filming even started. The first guy, Demarius, proposed marriage before saying hello, so if that's the way things are going to go on Rachel's season, I say she's going to do well. The next guy, Blake, mumbled a little and gave Rachel a side hug, but he was nervous and adorable (Rachel was, too). After Blake came Dean, a man wi…

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This Is How Things Ended For Vanessa On 'The Bach'

Fourth time was truly the charm for Nick Viall who proposed to Vanessa during The Bachelor finale. After narrowing 30 women down to just two, Nick made the decision to send Raven home and get down on one knee with a sparkler for Vanessa. And, she said yes! It can't have been easy to have been turned down twice on The Bachelorette after making it to the final two, so I can't imagine how happy Nick is to have finally found his fiancée. Sure, it took four tries on television to do so, but all's wel…

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What It's Like To Perform For A 'Bachelor' Date

Have you ever wondered what it's like for a musician to play on a Bachelor date? I know that every time I see a couple making out in front of a singer, I feel secondhand awkwardness. But, for a lot of the performers involved, it can actually be a really cool experience — even if the experience includes watching two people swap spit in front of you. Adam Friedman played for Raven and Nick during their date in Bimini on The Bachelor, and he tells Bustle he was "overwhelmingly grateful to just be t…

By Martha Sorren

How Nick Viall's Season Broke 'The Bachelor' Mold

No matter what you think about Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, there's no denying that it's ushering in a new era of the franchise. When I look back at what The Bachelor was like in the beginning, I realize just how much has changed in the last 15 years. But, a lot of that change came over the last few months, because Nick's Bachelor season had many firsts for the show. From more serious milestones regarding topics of race and sexuality, to funnier firsts (like pretty much everything to do …

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'Andi Mack' Brings More Diversity To TV

I can pretty much name mainstream television shows that feature Asian-American families on one hand — Fresh Off The Boat, Dr. Ken, Master of None — and most of the shows that do put Asian characters in the spotlight are newer. So, while it's sad it's taken this long, it's great that the tide appears to be shifting. One more show that can be added to the short, but growing list? Disney Channel's Andi Mack which stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Lilan Bowden, and Lauren Tom as three generations of an As…

By Martha Sorren