The Young and the Restless' Billy Miller reunited with his former All My Children co-stars Chrishell Stause and Melissa Claire Egan on the red carpet of Something Borrowed. The romantic comedy, starring AMC grad Colin Egglesfield, Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin and John Krasinski, hits theaters May 6. READ MORE
There was a big scene -- and I got really into it, and broke my hand," grins the actor. "It was a good scene. It wasn't smart, but for the [scene] it's as close to truth as you can possibly get, and I guess that's what you strive for. I wouldn't recommend it, though. I shattered my knuckle and broke my hand."
Flag on the play, peeps. Soaps In Depth is reporting that Billy Miller is still in talks to stay onboard and The Young and the Restless. Lookahere Sony and Maria Arena Bell, y'all better get it together and give that boy what he wants to keep my Billy Abbott and my Villy in Genoa City, or I'm gonna be mad as hell!!! Villy is the closest thing to a supercouple I have left on daytime, and I ain't aiming for to lose 'em!
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Now I know how Florida Evans felt when she found out James had gone on to the Ghetto in the Sky on Good Times. Soap Opera Digest is reporting the incredible Billy Miller (Billy Abbott) is exiting The Young and the Restless when his contract is up this summer. DAYUM, DAYUM, DAYUM!
If you didn’t check out FX’s Justified, starring Timothy Olyphant, in its excellent first season now you have a reason to give it a try. The Young and Restless’ Billy Miller will appear in the second season premiere of Justified on February 9 as sexual preditor James Earl Dean. In the episode Olyphant’s Raylan Givens, a U.S. Marshal, locks horns with a Harlan County crime family while hunting for a Miller's character. Watch promos for the season premiere of Justified after the jump!