Ex-The Young and the Restless star Billy Miller has gone on the record about what lead to him exiting the role of Billy Abbott. In the December 30 issue of Soap Opera Digest the wildly popular actor confirmed losing the flexibility to pursue side projects—which had been previously afforded to him—was at issue. Said Miller:
"In the past, we were able to venture out of the Y&R world; now it seems there is no longer that flexibility for me." READ MORE
No kitchen-repairing, blonde tyke-finding, Afghanistan-soldiering coffee baristas need apply for membership to the exclusive Newman family inner circle on The Young and the Restless. On today's installment of the CBS Daytime soap, Victor (Eric Braeden) tells Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) that Dylan (Steve Burton) shouldn't be treated like their other children. I always did like Victor.
On the other side of Genoa City, Billy (Billy Miller) is defending his relationship with Kelly (Cynthia Watros), while at the Tower of Newman, two One Direction band members get into a skirmish over who used up the last of the Axe body spray. Watch Friday's Y&R sneak peek after the jump!
In an effort to stop thinking about their dead tykes, Billy (Billy Miller) and Kelly (Cynthia Watros) head to the nearest watering hole today on CBS Daytime's The Young and the Restless. Don't expect a frosty Nicholas (Joshua Morrow) to be offering up any booze on the house!
Really Billy? You take another woman to a bar owned by your wife's overprotective brother? I don't think there's anything about such illogical behavior in the Grieving Playa Handbook.
Elsewhere in Genoa City, Dylan (Steve Burton) tells Avery (Jessica Collins) he read the dossier on his pervy pappy and Noah (Robert Adamson) tries to booty block his parents. Watch Monday's Y&R sneak peek after the jump!
Wave goodbye to Billy Miller, kids. Since Miller and Sony Television couldn't reach a mutually acceptable deal, The Young and the Restless is bringing back the original adult Billy Abbott, David Tom!
The actor, who from 1999-2002 played Billy from a teenager to young adulthood, is returning to the serial where he won the Outstanding Younger Actor Daytime Emmy in 2000. The news of Tom's return was first reported on Twitter by TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan See his tweet below! READ MORE