"I have always said what keeps me going is the fans. There are so many people out there who have suffered tremendous loss and tragedy," she wrote in a tweet on Monday.
"Husbands and wives of soldiers, victims of senseless violence and parents who have lost children," she continued.
Wiki info With the increasing popularity of the show, Pompeo garnered world-wide reputation among television viewers, and her performance has garnered her five People's Choice Award nominations, with three wins.
At the 37th People's Choice Awards, she was nominated against Dempsey and Oh in the Favorite TV Doctor category, and the following year, she garnered a nomination in the Favorite TV Drama Actress category, an award that she has won thrice at the 39th, 41st and the 42nd People's Choice Awards.
As far as which departed cast member Pompeo misses the most, she says, "T. [Knight] and Katy [Katherine Heigl] are kind of the same person, so T. and Katy." She adds, "They're a sandwich." Which moment on the show was her least favorite?
Pompeo picks the musical episode, which aired in 2011 to mixed reviews.
So it is for these people and in the spirit of resilience I am honored and excited to tell the story of how Meredith goes on in the face of what feels like the impossible. [Being written off] was something that was kind of surprising and uh, just naturally came to be. I'm emotional now talking about it because you start to look at the reality of it." "Derek Shepherd is and will always be an incredibly important character – for Meredith, for me and for the fans.Shepherd was a massive influence on the show’s popularity.Some just can’t believe that creator Shonda Rhimes would willingly want to write him off the show.“I think a lot of people were really upset about his departure, which is super understandable.But I think the change is part of the reason why the show goes on so long.Pompeo received a Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series nomination at the 64th Golden Globe Awards – the program won Best Drama Series at the same ceremony.