Judith Chapman's return to The Young and the Restless was a breath of Gloria-ous, fresh air. Glo had a hard time believing her beloved grandson Fen (Max Ehrich) would overdose on drugs. She quickly blamed Lauren (Tracey Bregman), ripping her up one side and down the other.
Lauren pushed back against Gloria’s rant, saying she normally wouldn’t take it from a woman with such questionable mothering skills. Deep down Lauren knew her mother-in-law was right, however.
The moment Gloria found out Michael (Christian LeBlanc) and Lauren were back together, she did a complete 180, telling her daughter-in-law she always knew they'd make it. Y&R needs more Gloria and a lot less Dylan (Steve Burton). READ MORE
Could LiLo not be as much of a hot mess as the blogosphere and tabloids make her out to be? While we don't know about that, one of her Liz & Dick co-stars did have a few kind words about her.
The Young and the Restless star Judith Chapman portrayed a socialite in the Lifetime movie about the stormy love affair of the late Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Chapman shared a few tidbits on working with Lindsay Lohan to Soaps In Depth. Said Chapman:
"The director asked me to improv at one point in a scene with Lindsay and when I did she laughed. I thought, 'There's a really nice, young girl in there." READ MORE
BEST - Kristian Alfonso: The Days of Our Lives leading lady was simply stunning in her canary-yellow evening gown. The dress fit Alfonso perfectly, and her jewelry didn’t overpower her dress.
The Young and the Restless’ Judith Chapman and The Bold and the Beautiful’s Kim Matula (pictured above) were among the soap stars who descended on the Official Daytime Emmy Awards Gifting Suite at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 22. See more photos from the 2012 Daytime Emmy Awards Gifting Suite after the jump!
General Hospital’s Laura Wright, Sean Blakemore, Haley Pullos and Jen Lilley (pictured above) were among the soap stars and industry members who celebrated the 2012 Daytime Emmy nominees at the Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception on June 14 by the Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy (or Academy of Television Arts & Sciences).
Held at the SLS Hotel, the reception helped kick off the festivities leading up to daytime’s biggest night on June 23. See more photos after the jump!
The Young and the Restless’ Judith Chapman will star in Rick Foster’s Vivien. The limited run solo performance, from November 18-20 at the Coachella Valley Repertory, features Chapman as Vivien Leigh.
“Vivien” is an illuminating journey beyond Leigh’s triumphs into the madness that tortured her all of her life, as she reflects on her tumultuous relationship with actor Laurence Olivier and her tragic battles with manic depression and tuberculosis. The very English Leigh also expresses her insecurities, despite winning two Oscars for her “Southern Belle” performances in “Gone with the Wind” and “A Streetcar Named Desire.”