Near the end of a recent appearance on CBS Daytime's The Talk, co-host Sara Gilbert asked guest Shemar Moore to share a few words about his late, The Young and the Restless co-star Jeanne Cooper. Watch the Criminal Minds hunk's touching-yet-funny tribute to the soap legend after the jump!
The 20th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala brought together a number of current and former daytime stars. General Hospital favorite and Dancing With the Stars competitor Ingo Rademacher (pictured with wife Ehiku above) walked the orange carpet in support of the cause.
Former The Young and the Restless star Clementine Ford was joined by her fiancé Cyrus Wilcox and mother Cybill Shepherd. Criminal Minds' Shemar Moore (ex-Malcolm, Y&R), former Days of Our Lives vixen Lisa Rinna, Save Me star Anne Heche (ex-Vicky and Marley Hudson, AW) and The Talk’s Sharon Osbourne and Sara Gilbert were also in attendance. See more photos after the jump! READ MORE
Almost 20 years after he first set the standard for sexual chocolate in daytime as Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless, Shemar Moore is still being asked to lift up his shirt by horny fans. Watch the Criminal Minds star drive Anderson's audience crazy—and piss off his publicist—after the jump!
Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9 pm EST on CBS.
While the role of Malcolm Winters is currently occupied on The Young and the Restless, it's no secret some fans (including this one) will never stop clamoring for Shemar Moore to return to the sudser. Even though Moore has moved on to primetime (Criminal Minds) and film (Diary of a Mad Black Woman) success, would he ever consider gracing us with that sexy smile again in Genoa City?
"Well I can't now, Darius McCrary is playing Malcolm Winters," Moore said when I posed the question to him backstage at the Daytime Emmys in Las Vegas.
According to Moore, while he will always have fond memories of the role that made him a household name, he's moved on and won't diss McCrary's take on the role.
"Nah, nah. You're not going to get me hating on my boy!" he said laughing, when I suggested McCrary could um, take a sabbatical. "I did my time, I did 8 years on The Young and the Restless, then I left and came back briefly. I did all that. I miss The Young and the Restless, and I will always cherish my time there."
According to Soaps.com, Days of Our Lives and The Bay's Mary Beth Evans will guest star on Criminal Minds, alongside former The Young and the Restless hunk Shemar Moore (ex-Malcolm). Evans will play Candace DeLilly, a mother to one of the murdered victims. Evans' episode airs on Oct. 19. Check local listings. The Bay airs Wednesdays at 3 PM EST.
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