Legendary One Life to Live actress Erika Slezak is firing back against allegations she used racial epithets against former co-star Ellen Holly. In Jeff Giles’ book, Love in the Afternoon- The Oral History of One Life to Live, Holly claims Slezak used racist remarks towards her and was the cause of being fired from the sudser.
According to Holly (ex-Carla/Clara), the actress who played Viki Lord, used derogatory remarks during OLTL’s 15 th anniversary party. Through her fan club president, Slezak released a statement on her official web site: READ MORE
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards is revisiting her first love: acting. Richards, best known for her role on Little House on the Prairie and Bravo's smash reality series, has landed a guest spot on Days of Our Lives.
Richards will play Casey McGraw, a modeling agent who heads to Salem to recruit Gabi (Camila Banus). Entertainment Tonight has the first look at Richards' stint, which is slated to air Nov. 11 and 12. Watch the clip after the jump! READ MORE
Olivia (Kerry Washington) was starting to unravel. Suffice it to say, she did not handle hearing her lover may have killed her mother, at her father’s request, well. READ MORE
Adam/Billy: The in-laws have a huge blowup. Is Billy close to learning the truth behind Adam's involvement in Delia's death?
Nikki: The socialite fills her old friend Paul in on her idea to let her family and Dylan know about her long, lost son. Paul gives his two cents on Nikki’s plans, but she’s undeterred. Watch for Nikki to make the big reveal with unexpected results. READ MORE
The legendary Bell soap opera clan could soon be a political dynasty as well. Colleen Bell, wife to The Bold and the Beautiful's executive producer Brad Bell, has been named new U.S. Ambassador to Hungary. In a released statement President Barack Obama said:
I am grateful these accomplished individuals have agreed to join this Administration, and I’m confident they will serve ably in these important roles. I look forward to working with them in the coming months and years, READ MORE
Those still worried General Hospital may end up like its former ABC sister shows can put down their prayer beads. Executive Producer Frank Valentini spoke openly with the Associated Press about GH’s previous outlook. Valentini stated: