Melody Thomas Scott
The Talk’s au naturel season premiere—for which co-hosts Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood and guests Melody Thomas Scott, Michelle Stafford, Katherine Kelly Lang and Jamie Lee Curits all went without makeup—rose 37 percent over last season's opener in the Nielsens, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The number is subject to some adjustments -- US Open finals delayed the West Coast broadcast until Tuesday -- but the final number is on track to show significant improvement from last year's opener that brought in a 1.9 rating and six share on Sept. 12, an improvement of 37 percent.
Have you ever wondered what Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler look like without their makeup? You’re about to find out. The Talk’s co-hosts are going au naturel for the Season 3 premiere on September 10, but they won’t be alone.
Soap stars Melody Thomas Scott, Michelle Stafford, Katherine Kelly Lang and film star Jamie Lee Curtis will also appear makeup free as guests of the season premiere.
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It's the panel discussion every soap fan has been talking about! Watch the Paley Center's celebration of the 10,000th episode of The Young and the Restless, featuring: Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Jeanne Cooper, Doug Davidson, Christian Leblanc, Joshua Morrow, Melody Thomas Scott, Kristoff St. John, Michelle Stafford—and the late Bill Bell's self-anointed "legacy" Maria Arena Bell—after the jump! READ MORE
The Young and the Restless icons Melody Thomas Scott and Eric Braeden (pictured above with former showrunner Maria Arena Bell) were among the soap's stars who celebrated the No. 1 daytime drama's 10,000th episode at The Paley Center for Media on August 23.
Bell family matriarch Lee Phillip Bell and her children, William J. Bell Jr., Bradley Bell and Lauralee Bell, also commemorated the late William Bell Sr.’s momentous legacy with their spouses. See more photos of The Young and the Restless’ 10,000th episode celebration after the jump! READ MORE
Kevin G. Schmidt has all but revealed The Young and the Restless is recasting his role yet again. While I hate to see anyone lose a gig, I can't help but think about all the possibilities an edgier Noah Newman would provide the series.
I think new Y&R executive producer Jill Farren Phelps should look no further than the cast of her fun, limited-run, Nick-at-Nite sudser Hollywood Heights to fill the role of the Newman heir. While the younger-skewing Hollywood Heights boasts several talented, hunky, young guys who would potentially fit well in Genoa City, my money is on Robert Adamson.
Adamson plays sexy, rule-breaker Phil Sanders on the English-language telenovela. In case the above pictures don't illustrate the point well enough, Adamson could almost be a younger doppelganger for Joshua Morrow, who plays Noah's dad Nick Newman on Y&R.
Imagine Adamson's version of Noah clashing with his dad — who decides it's time Noah gave up his musical pipe dreams and came to work for Newman Enterprises. Meanwhile, a rebellious Noah turns to his Uncle Adam (Michael Muhney) for the funds to keep his and Devon's (Bryton James) desires of becoming the next Timberlake and Timbaland a reality.
Just what is Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) hiding from her family and friends on The Young and the Restless? Billy (Billy Miller) would like to know!
Can Phyllis outfox her brother-in-law, or will the Abbott playboy come out on top? Over on the other side of Genoa City, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) is fed up with Sharon's (Sharon Case) antics. Check out the promo after the jump! READ MORE