Originally titled “Orchid House,” Berman’s “The March Sisters at Christmas” will premiere on Lifetime November 24 at 8:00 PM EST. Watch a preview at Lifetime.
Originally posted August 2:
Julie Marie Berman (Lulu) is starring in the indie film “Orchard House.” Per Soaps in Depth, the movie is an updated version of “Little Women,” which revolves around four sisters in the 1800s. Read the rest of this entry »
Soap fans have spoken! Kelly & Val are going to the finals. They will compete for the mirror ball trophy against Melissa & Tony and Shawn & Derek, which means Emmitt & Cheryl and Apolo & Karina were eliminated. Do you agree with the results? Sound off below.
Originally posted November 19:
This week’s “DWTS” featured the couples performing two routines in yet another double elimination week.
First up, Kelly and Val danced a Surfer Flamenco, in this week’s off the wall mashup of styles. By the end, Val stripped down to his Speedo and Kelly to her bathing suit as they splashed around in the water. Bruno thought the placement, which is very specific in the Flamenco, wasn’t there. Carrie Ann agreed that it was too robotic and more Paso than Flamenco. Len recognized that they went all in with their energy and the way they attacked the dance. Carrie gave them an 8, Len a 9 and Bruno an 8.5. Read the rest of this entry »
He’s probably best known for his roles as Gale Sayers in “Brian’s Song,” Louis McKay in “Lady Sings the Blues” and Lando Calrissian in the “Star Wars” movies, but soap fans will recall that in 2008, Billy Dee Williams joined “General Hospital: Night Shift” as Toussaint DuBois and crossed over to “General Hospital” in 2009. Now, Williams is lightening things up a bit by guest starring on the NBC comedy “Modern Family.”
Per Entertainment Weekly, the iconic actor will appear as himself during the episode titled “New Year’s Eve.” He will encounter Ed O’Neill’s character Jay at a card game during a trip to Palm Springs. Read the rest of this entry »
Kelly & Val are safe for one more week, as it was Kirstie & Maks and Giles & Peta’s turn to go home. Do you agree with the results? Share your thoughts below.
Originally posted November 12:
In honor of Veterans Day, this week’s show had a military theme and the audience was filled with members of the armed services, including former soldier and “DWTS” champion J.R. Martinez (ex-Brot, “All My Children”). It’s also a double elimination week, since no one was booted last time. So the stakes were high. In addition, the couples performed two dances. One on their own and one with a third member during the trio round.
First up, Kelly & Val danced the Viennese Waltz. Len thought it flowed nicely, but the movements were too sharp on occasion. The crowd booed and Carrie Ann interrupted to say it was beautiful and lyrical. Bruno called Kelly a “twinkling twirler,” who never lost the beat and gave it all her soul. Carrie Ann gave Kelly more praise for her commitment every week. Carrie Ann & Bruno gave them 9.5s, while Len awarded them a 9. Read the rest of this entry »
Look for Barbeau to turn up as Victoria’s (Madeleine Stowe) mother Marion on November 25. The episode will not only feature Victoria’s flashbacks of her mother, but it will also show Emily on her first mission for Takeda (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) in 2006, where she encounters Aiden (Barry Sloane) and possibly Ashley (Ashley Madekwe). Read the rest of this entry »
While they continued to tease the unlabeled stated of their relationship, Kelly & Val performed a fusion dance consisting of the Fox Trot and Cha Cha. Len thought they captured the essence of both dances, but pointed out an “incident” during the Fox Trot. However, he called it lovely overall. Bruno thought it was a flashy Cha Cha, yet it retained the sophistication of the Fox Trot. Great improvement. Carrie Ann knew how difficult the dances were to combine, but they did it well and with sexiness. Kelly & Val received three nines.
This week also tasked the couples with competing in a Swing Dance Marathon. As they danced side by side, the judges tapped out the teams one by one. The duos earned points in accordance with the order of elimination. Kelly & Val were the runners up, earning them nine extra points for next week. Melissa & Tony were the winners, receiving an extra ten points. Read the rest of this entry »
Despite being at the bottom of the leaderboard, Kelly & Val survived another week. They weren’t even in the bottom three. While Kelly & Val will return next week, the same cannot be said for Sabrina & Louis who went home tonight. What do you think of the results? Share your thoughts below.
Originally posted October 29:
Kelly & Val entered Country Week at the bottom of the leader board. They danced a tango to Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl.” Not only did the couples perform their individual dances tonight, but they were also part of a group dance.
After Kelly & Val’s tango, Carrie Ann called the dance ambitious and said it was a nice comeback from last week. Len thought it was a bit hectic, but it was kept under control. Kelly came out and attacked it. Bruno thought Kelly was back in the game. The duo, whose dance ended in a kiss (real or for effect?) received three 9s. Read the rest of this entry »
On January 26, fans of “GH” have the opportunity to meet several of their favorite leading ladies. Laura Wright (Carly), Julie Berman (Lulu), Kelly Sullivan (Kate/Connie) and Lisa LoCicero (Olivia) will be at The Brokerage in Bellmore, NY on January 26.
Starting at 1:00 PM, the actresses will participate in a Q&A, small talk and photo ops. Then, at 4:00 PM, the women will host a special Mix and Mingle for an additional fee. Go to Brokerage Comedy for more information. Read the rest of this entry »
Finola Hughes (Anna) and Jason Thompson (Patrick) will test their knowledge on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” to raise money for charity. Though they already taped their episode, it will air in January.
Hughes and Thompson went on the game show to raise money for The Art of Elysium. The non-profit organization provides artistic workshops to children battling serious medical conditions. Read the rest of this entry »