She titled the post “Perspective!” and included a video taken on the set of the show. In the video, we see her phone camera pointed at co-star Titus Makin, who’s talking to a crew member.
“Here’s what you see,” Lachey says amid the talking of the cast and crew. The “NCIS: Hawai’i” star gets up from her chair at the table and moves behind Makin. We see co-star Noah Mills in the frame now, and next to him are a slew of cameras and crew personnel.
”Here’s what he sees,” Lachey concludes in the video later. At least three cameras seemed to be trained on Makin, Mills, and Lachey at this tiny outdoor restauant table.
From this new “perspective,” we can see just how many people it takes to put together a show like this. We see the cameramen, director, production assistants, sound recorders, extras, every moving piece contributes to this one scene in the show. It’s a mind-boggling machine that we underestimate when we watch our favorite shows like “NCIS: Hawai’i.”
‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Star Vanessa Lachey Gets Hacked on Twitter
Earlier this week, “NCIS: Hawai’i” star Vanessa Lachey revealed that her Twitter account got hacked. She’d last posted a video on Oct. 24, then posted nothing between then and Nov. 1. But during that time, the hacker apparently tried to scam her followers into buying a PlayStation 5.
“Hey,” Lachey posted on Twitter on Nov. 1, “it’s me! I finally recovered my account. I know the hacker was trying to scam my followers into buying a ps5 & I’m so sorry.”
The “NCIS: Hawai’i” star added, “Please make sure to contact your bank & let them know what happened. I’m disgusted that there are ppl out there who would do something like this.”
Per people’s replies in the comments, it sounds like the hacker posted a status update to Lachey’s account advertising the PlayStation 5 for sale. That tweet has since been deleted.
Apparently, Lachey wasn’t the only celebrity who got hacked. Someone in the comments mentioned how Candian actress Stana Katic also tweeted about selling a Play Station 5 to her followers. Katic posted an update to her account just like the “NCIS: Hawaii” star to inform fans that someone hacked her account earlier. She also included a screenshot with a conversation between one fan and the hacker.
“Hi all, My account was recently hacked. The red flag: the person was selling something. Below is a photo of one of their dm’s w/a follower. I’m incredibly disappointed in the person’s lack of ethics & question the value of participating on this platform. I hope ur finances were safe,” Katic wrote earlier.
Hopefully, authorities caught the perpetrator by now. In the meantime, keep an eye out for celebrities suspiciously selling high-value game consoles.