The Young and the Restless stars Eileen Davidson and Stephen Nichols (pictured above) walked the red carpet at the Museum of Contemporary Art's (MOCA) Annual Gala “The Artist’s Museum Happening,” held at MOCA Grand Avenue on November 13 in Los Angeles. Y&R’s Lauralee Bell, along with hubby Scott Martin, and co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson also attended the gala. See more photos after the jump! READ MORE
Though they haven’t been onscreen together as Patch and Kayla for a while, The Bay’s Mary Beth Evans and The Young and the Restless’ Stephen Nichols are reuniting. The duo will appear at the Starlight Room of the Sportsmen’s Lodge Event Center in Studio City, CA on Sep 25 for an event that should make their Days of our Lives’ fans happy. For more information on the meet and greet visit StephenNichols.net.
We soap lovers can be as scathing as the most hardcore sports fan when it seems our favorite daytime players are asleep on the bench or the writing team is making bad plays. Though I find myself cursing at my TV for some of the recent shenanigans on The Young and the Restless, it’s a reason why I still tune in, and the good must be acknowledged. Giving props where they are due, I want to speak on three things that I’m loving right now about Y&R.
MICHAEL: So we can safely assume that the conflict and confrontations between Katherine Chancellor and her son, Tucker, will continue? He is out for revenge on his mother!
STEPHEN: Yes, he is out for revenge on his mother. I mean any kid that was put in an orphanage at birth, and whose mother put him there and never looked back, would feel resentful of that. So yeah, I am going to get her.
Nichols began taping his scenes on Dec. 17. The former DAYS and GH superstar is set to debut in Genoa City on Jan. 27. So why the quickie switch? Suds Report has learned from a source that, “There was no behind-the-scenes problem with William. Barbara Bloom wanted Stephen for the role from the start — and in the end, she got her way.”