Daytime Confidential reader tonyjets02 wondered in the Crystal Hunt OLTL Debut post comments whose wedding Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier) and Gigi (Farah Fath) was attending. Well here is the answer. It is the wedding of One Life to Live's Noelle Ortiz (January LaVoy) and Moe Stubbs (John Rue). Here is the all important question for many, what do you think of the wedding dress? Check out more wedding photos after the jump. READ MORE
Want to meet your favorite soap stars? Well now's your chance as the Soap Opera Mania on Tour could be coming your way soon!!
Stars from all your favorite soaps are starting a tour around the country next month and they could be right in your neck of the woods. They will be adding more locations as they go and as they do I will update you with those additions. But as for what they have so far here is the upcoming schedule of where, when, and who will be there....
Saturday 02/07/09 in Macon, GA at the Anderson Conference Center:
Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin - The Young and the Restless)
Austin Peck (Brad Snyder - As the World Turns)
Brandon Beemer (Owen Knight - The Bold and the Beautiful)
Murray Bartlett (Cyrus Foley - Guiding Light)
Gina Tognoni (Dinah Marler - Guiding Light)
Winsor Harmon (Thorne Forrester - The Bold and the Beautiful)
Julie Pinson (Janet Snyder - As the World Turns)
Don Diamont (Brad READ MORE
TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco published his 2nd Annual Soap Opera Spirit Award nominations with over 134 nominations in 23 categories ranging from Outstanding Drama series to Outstanding Younger Actor and Outstanding Costume Design. Jane Elliot and John-Paul Lavoisier, pictured above, were nominated in the Outstand Supporting Actress and Outstanding Supporting Actor categories respectively.
Okay you knew it was coming. Now that the Idiots In Charge of The-Soap-Opera-Formerly-Known-as-Days-of-Our-Lives have let the phenomenal Blake Berris go, I decided to start out doing a Wishful Casting about where Berris should end up, but it turned into more of an analysis of which soaps are managing to set things up for their next generation the right way, and which ones are getting it wrong, dead wrong.
Much of the daytime industry is experiencing a serious drought in terms of talented, young stars who can actually, you know, act. Save for The Young and the Restless, One Life to Live and General Hospital, the under 30 set at most soaps is pretty much comprised of rejects from the Pamela Anderson School of Acting and Pantomime. I'll start with the soaps in most need of help and work my way up. READ MORE