“General Hospital’s” Lindsey Morgan (Kristina Davis) made her way down the red carpet at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and talked to SheKnows’ Soaps.com’s reporter Lauren Kelly. The actress shared how it felt to be nominated, what she thinks about her fans, how she deals with the haters, and who she couldn’t wait to see at the awards ceremony.
SheKnows/Soaps.com reporter Lauren Kelly chatted with “General Hospital’s” Kristen Alderson (Kiki, ex-Starr, “One Life To Live”) on the Daytime Emmys Red Carpet. The actress shared where she was when she heard about her nomination, how her Port Charles role is different from her Llanview one and what’s ahead for Kiki and Michael.
“General Hospital’s” Ingo Rademacher (Jax) partnered up with Kym Johnston on Monday night’s premiere episode of “Dancing With The Stars.” Judges Bruno and Carrie Ann argued with Len over the bare-footed Contemporary Dance performance of the duo. Final score for the evening was 20 out of 30 points (Bruno – 7, Carrie Ann 7, and Len 6).
Ingo’s wife and his manager talked the athletic soap star into doing “DWTS” and he may prove as successful in this endeavor as he is with his swimming, biking and running. Read the rest of this entry »
“General Hospital’s” Nurses’ Ball will serve more than to entertain soap fans this Spring. To celebrate “GH’s” 50th Anniversary, the storyline for the reprisal of the infamous Port Charles fundraiser will feature an actual charity that promotes HIV/AIDS awareness in an effort to further its mission. The Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) joins forces with the Nurses’ Ball, a fictional charity event that aired from 1994 to 2001. After the return of Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring) to Port Charles, fans have been anticipating its return to see their favorite soap stars, new and old, perform.
“General Hospital’s” Chad Duell (Michael) will appear in the movie short “Youth Pastor Kevin,” as a teen. It is about a youth pastor struggling to serve God and impressionable teens. The short is currently in post-production. Read the rest of this entry »
Jack Wagner (Frisco) will appear on this weekend’s episode of “Celebrity Apprentice.” He’ll be joined by Susan Lucci (Erica, “All My Children”) in assisting the teams’ attempts at performing a soap opera for Crystal Light. Former “Days of our Lives” star Lisa Rinna (ex-Billie) is still in the competition to secure a “job” with Donald Trump.
Jack Wagner is back as Frisco Jones on “General Hospital,” but he’s also got a Primetime gig. Soap Opera Digest reports that the actor has been cast on Nick at Nite’s “See Dad Run.”
The Scott Baio (“Charles in Charge”) starring sitcom is about a former sitcom TV dad who is now a stay-at-home dad for his own kids. Wagner will reportedly play a professional golfer with a bad temper who mixes it up with Baio’s character. No airdate has been announced yet. Read the rest of this entry »
Lexi Ainsworth (ex-Kristina) has been cast in the ABC pilot “Westside,” Deadline reports. Formerly titled “Venice,” the plot is a modern day Romeo & Juliet take on two rival families living in Venice, California.
Ainsworth will play Nico, the daughter of Jennifer Beals’ (“Chicago Code”) type-A character. The “L Word’s” Ilene Chaiken will serve as showrunner and executive producer. Read the rest of this entry »
Deadline is reporting that John Stamos (ex-Blackie) will have a recurring role in season three of the USA series “Necessary Roughness.” He will play the founder of a global sports and entertainment management company who aggressively pursues Dr. Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) for her expertise.
“Necessary Roughness” is about a psychotherapist who works with a professional football team. Stamos will reportedly appear in all 10 episodes of the upcoming season. Read the rest of this entry »