Alison Sweeney and Kristian Alfonso (pictured above) were among the many Days of our Lives stars who lit up the red carpet at the book launch for Ken Corday’s new book, The Days of our Lives: The True Story of One Family's Dream and the Untold History of Days of our Lives. See photos of your favorite Salemites after the jump, and go pick up your copy of Corday's book, which hits bookstores today!
How far will Philip (Jay Kenneth Johnson) go to get even Melanie (Molly Burnett)? Let’s just say he and Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) do the hokey pokey. Watch this week’s Days of our Lives promo after the jump. READ MORE
I just finished watching the season finale of Venice, the groundbreaking, web soap opera from Guiding Light and Days of Our Lives' superstar Crystal Chappell, talented writer Kim Turrisi and sharp director Hope Royaltey, and all I can say is I hope a fly doesn't get a chance to head down my throat before I can pick my jaw up from the floor! If you are one of those people who opted not to subscribe to the web series, let me just say the season one cliffhanger featuring GL alum Jordan Clarke as Col. John Brogno— the homophobic father of Chappell's principle character Gina— alone was well worth the 10 bucks I paid, if only to make sure I know the backstory for what is sure to be a much stronger second season. But for now, let's talk about the season that was.
Get a glimpse of what's coming up on the first season of Venice.
The Canyon News caught up with Tina O Hillstrom, matron of honor for the September 25 wedding of Ronn Moss (Ridge, The Bold and the Beautiful) and Devin DeVasquez. She offered Moss this advice on his second wedding day,
I told him, his character Ridge has been married so many times, he has rice dents on his tuxedo. Also, marriage is the triumph of imagination over intelligence. And second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience.