Before Jordan Lane Price (Celia) headed to Pine Valley, the soap newbie tried her hand at singing. The All My Children star was featured on The X-Factor Wednesday night auditioning with her group Drama Drama.
Price and her four friends sang their lil’ hearts out to judges Simon Cowell, Kelly Rowland, Demi Lovato, and Paulina Rubio, but was it enough? Let’s just say Simon and Co. won’t be calling them to perform at Radio City Music Hall. Watch the audition after the jump!
Is All My Children gearing up to return to production? Soap Opera Digest is reporting Prospect Park hopes to begin taping the second season of AMC on Oct 21. This news comes on the heels of the announcement of One Life to Live being shelved, allegedly pending the outcome of Prospect Park's lawsuit with Disney-ABC.
One Life to Live star and High School Musical alum Corbin Bleu has joined the Season 17 cast of Dancing with the Stars. Bleu’s addition was announced on Good Morning America Wednesday morning.
He will compete against Saved by the Bell’s Elizabeth Berkley, Pretty Little Liars’ Brian Daugherty, comic Bill Engvall, legendary television star Valerie Harper, former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, The Voice co-host and R&B singer Christina Milian, scientist Bill Nye, Jack Osbourne, Jersey Shore’s Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, The King of Queens and The Talk alum Leah Remini, and Glee's Amber Riley. READ MORE
It looks like the fate of One Life to Live is once again up in the air. According to the LA Times, Prospect Park has shelved the Llanview-set soap until its lawsuit with ABC is over and will instead focus on just All My Children. Lawsuit issues aside, AMC proved much more popular with online audiences than OLTL did.
Prospect Park is shelving "One Life to Live" until the ABC lawsuit is resolved. The team will focus on producing "All My Children," which proved to be the more popular show online. (On TV, "One Life to Live" generated higher ratings.) Writers are currently putting together scripts for a second season.
Kwatinetz is now two years and more than $10 million into the soap business. The learning curve, he said, has been intense.
"Agnes told me this job wasn't for sissies," he said, but added: "If I didn't want to make any mistakes, I would sit back and let other people go figure it out and then just copy them. But then we wouldn't be helping to shape the future of television." READ MORE
To mark One Life to Live’s season one finale, The OnLine Network has unveiled a new tricked out website. The site contains pages for both All My Children and OLTL, and features cast and character pages.
It also includes detailed show descriptions, links to the show’s social media pages, photo galleries and more! To check out the exclusive video interviews and other goodies, click here!
Photo Credit: The OnLine Network
It's all over but the shouting for the premiere season of web continuations for All My Children and One Life to Live. Will the revived sudsers be back for Season 2? Prospect Park principles Jeff Kwatinetz says they will.
"We could not be more proud to have delivered a stunning season of All My Children and One Life to Live, and really thank the creative teams and cast for being true partners in this journey. Together we have tackled more business, creative, and logistical challenges than most shows experience in a lifetime of production, yet we continue to prevail with these top rated, critically acclaimed shows,” said Kwatinetz. “We are prepping now for next season and have more surprises and twists and turns to deliver audiences—I am just hoping they stay on the soaps and not in our way.” READ MORE