Will Victoria Rowell return to Genoa City as Drucilla?
Victoria Rowell played Drucilla Winters on Daytime’s hottest soap, The Young and The Restless since 1994. The last time we saw Drucilla, she had accidentally fallen off a cliff, never to be seen again. Some assume she has washed up somewhere without a memory of who she is and fans are just waiting for the chance to see her return! Fans may just get that chance, according to this interview she did with Soaps.com at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmys, on the red carpet.
Sunday August 30, Soaps.com was on the red carpet, chatting with the stars of Daytime television. Deanna Barnert chatted up Days Of Our Lives star, Galen Gering (Rafe Hernandez), who had a message just for the Soaps.com fans! Check it out!
Now that Patty Williams’ true identity has been revealed, everyone is pointing fingers at Victor – as the man who brought ‘Mary Jane’ to life! Watch this weekly video clip preview for what’s to come on Soap Opera Fan Blog!
John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine, General Hospital) is rounding up the teasers for three ABC soaps this week to show you what you can expect to happen this week! Check it out, here on Soap Opera Fan Blog!
Same old stuff going on in Genoa City. Same crazy zaniness, same must see TV!
Nick realizes why Sharon lied about the paternity and wants to help get her released sooner. She wants to stay there to become stronger. He assures her that he can be a good husband to Phyllis and still help her raise their baby. How will Phyl feel about this? We don’t know yet because he doesn’t get a chance to tell her. Her flight is ready and she and Summer leave. Meanwhile, Sharon admits to Jack that Nick knows about her bun in the oven and this is not the way she wanted Nick to find out, but things are going to change. Jack says goodbye to Sharon. They were never a good paring anyway.
Days of Our Lives had a good night at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and picked up a few awards.
Van Hansis and Jake Silbermann presented the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress. Tamara Braun took home the trophy for her portrayal of the mentally unhinged mob princess, Ava Vitali. The soap vet seemed shocked by her win. Check it out.
After 22 years of being on the air, B&B took home the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the Daytime Emmy Awards for the first time on August 30.
Aside from the big award, B&B won Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Drama Series at the Creative Arts & Entertainment Daytime Emmy Awards the night before.
We may know the outcome of the awards now, but Alley Mills (Pam) knew all along her show would take home the big prize for the evening. Watch her red carpet interview to see what she had to say prior to the awards show.
Now that Dr. Dick is dead, what will Rafe be able to do? Maybe he should be keeping an eye on his drug dealing sister as Brady romances her. However, Brady may quickly be distracted as Lucas contemplates pulling the plug on comatose Chloe and Dr. Jonas makes another desperate move.