Daytime Confidential Hot 100 of 2010
No. 100: Maurice Benard, General Hospital (Debut or Return)
Welcome to the third annual Daytime Confidential Hot 100. Over the past year Daytime Confidential has been tracking who you, the readers, were most interested in through your use of the website and clicks to find out more about each star. With 2010 waving goodbye, it is time to reveal which current and former daytime stars made the list and where they ranked.
In 2010, 35 stars made their Daytime Confidential Hot 100 debut or return to the Daytime Confidential Hot 100 after falling off the list in 2009. Of the stars who appeared on the 2009 Daytime Confidential Hot 100, General Hospital’s Dominic Zamprogna made the biggest jump, climbing 72 spots on the countdown. Former As the World Turns star Jake Silbermann had the steepest drop, falling 66 spots. Days of our Lives’ James Scott is the only star who maintained his 2009 ranking, remaining in the same spot for the second year in a row. Scott’s co-star Peter Reckell had the highest Daytime Confidential Hot 100 debut or return.
Unlike Daytime Confidential’s year end Best and Worst lists, which are chosen by Daytime Confidential’s editors, the Daytime Confidential Hot 100 is based entirely on reader’s day-to-day use of Daytime Confidential. The name of each current and former soap star who appears on the Daytime Confidential is credited to the show on which they most recently appeared.