Is there an Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) fan out there that doesn't remember when Liz and Lucky (Jonathan Jackson) exchanged their vows in that church in the woods? On the heels of Herbst's firing, SOAPnet is rolling out a Valentine's special on Sunday, Feb. 13 and they have selected that epic episode. READ MORE
I'm heartbroken over the news about Becky. She is absolutely irreplaceable; an incredible actress and a phenomenal person. I'm confident the future has brilliant things in store for her! Right now, I'm just speechless and deeply disappointed. J
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Shocked, dismayed, sad, disappointed, angry, heartbroken — I’m experiencing a full body of emotions, all due to the ridiculous firing of Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) from General Hospital. I know, some—maybe most—will jump to the conclusion that my dismay is due to my love of all things Liason, the unforgettable romantic pairing featuring Herbst’s Liz and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), and I won’t lie, that definitely plays a part, but I have been having a love affair with the character of Elizabeth Webber since long before she fell for Jason. In fact, I've loved Liz and Herbst since they first popped up in Port Charles back in 1997.
Elizabeth’s storylines over the past 13 years have made her one of my all-time favorite soap opera characters, while Herbst's performances in those storylines resulted in her becoming one of my favorite daytime actresses. "Bad" Lizzie Webber was a force to be reckoned with when she first showed up at Audrey’s (Rachel Ames). You just couldn’t help but root for the underdog, little sister over the more “perfect” Sarah.
When GH scribe Michele Val Jean made the decision to write a brutal rape storyline for the character of Liz, Herbst’s acting choices —not to mention the elegant writing—transformed her into a fan favorite, which she’s been ever since. Who could ever forget a shattered and broken Elizabeth crawling out of those bushes, only to be found by Lucky (Jonathan Jackson)? READ MORE
Who says James Franco is the only Renaissance Man associated with General Hospital? The song "Eyes of Grace" from multi-talented actor/singer Jonathan Jackson's (Lucky) band Enation will be heard on GH this Tuesday, Nov. 16. Maybe if the song is good, it can become the new theme music for one of GH's most promising pairings, Lush aka Lucky and Siobhan (Erin Chambers)? For more on Enation click here.
Photo courtesy of Enation website.
General Hospital's Jonathan Jackson and wife Lisa Vultaggio (ex-Hannah Scott, General Hospital) are expecting a delivery from the stork, according to Soaps In Depth. The bundle of joy will mark the couple's third child.
Lisa Vultaggio Photo Credit: Wire Image