Outspoken daytime thespian Peter Bergman doesn't mince words when talking about the most recent Daytime Emmy telecasts. The award-winning The Young and the Restless actor spoke with TV Guide's Michael Logan regarding his take on the future of the telecast and its most recent incarnations:
It was a vulgar, Vegas nightmare. The awards need to return to what they were years ago, a private, elegant event.
Ouch! Meanwhile fans and actors alike are asking the question: Will the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards even be aired this year? Given the huge reform the pre-nominations recently underwent, it would be a shame if we didn't get to see our faves take home the gold this year!
Now this is something that needs to be watched! According to TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan, Lauralee Bell has grabbed a guest starring role on Castle. The Young and the Restless alum will play Pam Francis, an 80's singer turned reality show judge, still reveling in the past when she was at her peak. Sound familiar (Hi, Paula Abdul!)? Bell stated: READ MORE
TV Guide Magazine: What's going to happen to poor, pathetic Pam once she gets busted?
Mills: This could take her to a very dark place. It never occurred to her that she'd get caught. She doesn't have anybody left in her life. No friends. No men. This is bad. The shocking thing is that Stephanie doesn't blow when she finds out Pam's the thief. She's disappointed and really hurt, and for someone as fragile as Pam that's devastating. [Laughs] At least Stephanie doesn't throw Pam off a balcony. She's been known to handle problems that way!