The Bold and the Beautiful's Heather Tom leads the ladies with a win in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Tom takes the prize is this category once again this year! Congratulations on the much deserved win!
General Hospital’s Teresa Castillo stunned at the Daytime Emmy Nominee Party on June 13. Daytime Confidential dug up new photos of your favorite stars—some of whom didn’t make it into Soap Stars Party it Up at 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception—for you to enjoy.
Check out the Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception photos after the jump!
General Hospital’s Jimmy Deshler and the lovely Haley Pullos, Emily Wilson, Kelly Sullivan and Laura Wright joined soap stars from All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless to help kick off Daytime Emmy weekend at the Television Academy’s 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception on June 13 in Beverly Hills. Check out more photos of your favorite soap stars after the jump!
Is any child safe on The Bold and the Beautiful? First Maya’s (Karla Mosley) dies is a car crash, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) loses her unborn child to a motorcycle mishap and now even the beloved Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang) has a miscarriage. Usually the over fifty crowd needs to be concerned for their safety, not the five belows.
At any rate, this miscarriage at least puts an end to Brooke’s seduction of Eric (John McCook). I couldn’t handle much more of her ridiculous plan. I did want to throw a bone where I normally wouldn’t. I enjoyed Brooke’s attempt at coming clean with Katie (Heather Tom) and Bill (Don Diamont). I found Brooke’s unraveling rather enjoying and it almost felt that Bill was walking a fine line in the hospital afterwards. Could we eventually see Bill threaten Brooke should the secret eat at her anymore? READ MORE
CBS Daytime is hashtagging like a mofo in celebration of Sunday's Daytime Emmy Awards. All week long, the Tiffany Network's daytime stars will be live-tweeting.
The Young and the Restless stars and Daytime Emmy nominees Max Ehrich (Fenmore) and Bryton James (Devon) kicked things off on Monday. For a schedule of the remaining tweet-a-holics, keep reading! READ MORE
There is nothing I hate more than the miracle baby on a soap opera. So of course I cringed when the good doc told Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) she wouldn't be able to conceive another child. It only sets up the inevitable miracle baby in Steffy’s future, which irritates my future self.
While I liked seeing Katie (Heather Tom) and Steffy find some common ground—as I’m a fan of character growth—I couldn’t help but jump to the conclusion Katie was just chomping at the bit to run to Hope (Kim Matula) and tell her the good news. READ MORE