The moment Maxie (Kirsten Storms) lost Lulu (Emme Rylan) and Dante's (Dominic Zamprogna) precious cargo on General Hospital and wound up impregnated with Spinelli's (Bradford Anderson) spawn, we knew the end result of Maxie's lying would be Spinelli finding out about his impending fatherhood. Maybe the reveal will happen after the little whippersnapper made his or her appearance, but either way, every Spixie fan is on pins and needles for this baby to reunite Maxie and Spinelli. Add Ellie's (Emily Wilson) resistance to ever birthing a child of her own into the mix, and that girl stands zero chance of ever breaking down a single Spixie soldier. READ MORE
Secrets abound in Port Charles, but what lines will Ellie (Emily Wilson), Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) and Felix (Marc Samuel) be willing to cross to get to the truth? Ellie digs into Maxie’s (Kirsten Storms) baby secret, while Sabrina and Felix try to prove Britt (Kelly Thiebauld) isn’t pregnant with Patrick’s (Jason Thompson) baby. Watch the General Hospital promo after the jump!
The celebration of General Hospital’s first 50, glorious years gave me the opportunity to have a little chat with scene stealer Kirsten Storms (Maxie). At the recent Paley Center event, Storms and I chatted about her exiting pal Julie Marie Berman (ex-Lulu), returning friend Kristen Alderson (formerly Starr; soon-to-be a new character) and Maxie’s two dads, Frisco (Jack Wagner) and Mac (John J. York).
Storms also reveals if she’s filmed with Emme Rylan, who recently started airing as Lulu, and shared some sage words Jane Elliot (Tracy) shared when Berman departed the role.
Daytime Confidential: I know you’re really good friends with Julie Marie Berman. Those final scenes the two of you had together were simply amazing.
Kirsten Storms: It was so horrible.
DC: Now we have a new Lulu. Have you filmed with Emme Rylan yet?
KS: I have, yes, a lot over the last few days especially and she’s a great girl. I know she came from a couple of soaps, so I had mad respect for her when she started. Jane Elliot said it perfectly when I was talking to her about Julie leaving, it’s not that I miss her as Lulu; it’s just painful that she won’t be there for me at work. My work life is around hanging out with her for the most part, getting into trouble, doing those sorts of things with Julie. READ MORE
In case you missed the initial batch of red-hot photos from General Hospital’s Paley Center celebration, we’ve dug up additional shots from the red carpet! Daytime Confidential’s Regan Cellura interviewed Teresa Castillo on her “dream role” and chatted with Marc Samuel about his “overwhelm-azing” time on GH.
Be sure to check back throughout the week for more interviews with GH favorites. For more pics, keep reading!
General Hospital executive producer Frank Valentini and head writer Ron Carlivati (pictured above in center) joined the stars of their show in celebrating Paley Center’s "General Hospital: Celebrating 50 Years and Looking Forward" on April 12 in Los Angeles.
The interactive panel, moderated by TV Guide Magazine’s Will Keck, also featured a question and answer segment for fans. See more photos from Paley Center’s "General Hospital: Celebrating 50 years and Looking Forward" after the jump! READ MORE
The Paley Center for Media is hosting General Hospital: Celebrating 50 Years and Looking Forward this Friday, April 12. The panel hosted by TV Guide Magazine’s William Keck, will feature GH head writer Ron Carlivati and executive producer Frank Valentini along side actors, Maurice Benard, Jane Elliot, Genie Francis, Anthony Geary, Finola Hughes, Kimberly McCullough, Kelly Monaco, Kirsten Storms, Jason Thompson, Kristina Wagner, Laura Wright, and Jackie Zeman.