If you’ve been missing “All My Children’s” Chrishell Stause (ex-Amanda Dillon), you’re in luck: The actress recently tweeted that she has joined the cast of a new show, and we can now confirm she’ll be headed to Salem as part of “Days of our Lives”!
A representative for the actress confirmed to Soap Opera Network that Stause is joining the “DAYS” cast, but unfortunately, couldn’t reveal whether or not she’s a recast or a brand new character: “It’s kind of secretive,” the rep says of the details regarding her alter ego. Adds Stause of joining the show: “So happy that they finally announced it; I couldn’t be happier!”
Just a few weeks ago, news broke that Jacob Young (Rick Forrester, “The Bold and the Beautiful,” ex-JR Chandler, “All My Children”) is expecting a second child with his wife, Christen Young, and Soap Opera Network caught up with the actor for a few more details on the newest addition to his clan!
Dan Martin is back as Lt. Baker on Friday, April 26.
Zane Achor, real-life son of “B&B” Actress Heather Tom, will portray Baby Will on Wednesday, April 24, Thursday, April 25 and Friday, April 26.
Jon Hensley returns as Dr. Meade on Tuesday, April 23.
Aaron D. Spears continues his return as Justin on Monday, April 22 and Tuesday, April 23.
Phil Abrams will portray “The Jeweler” on Thursday, April 25.
Like “One Life to Live” with its storyline integrated, or otherwise, celebrity appearances with the likes of Snoop Lion, Australian DJ sisters Mim and Liv Nervo, Jenni ‘JWOWW’ Farley (Nikki; “Jersey Shore”), rapper Riff Raff, etc., The OnLine Network has announced that RCA recording artist and American Music Awards winner Hot Chelle Rae will appear in the Thursday, May 9 episode of “All My Children” as they perform their brand new single “Hung Up.”
Young, rising artist and songwriter Julia Michaels will appear on “The Bold and The Beautiful” as herself on Tuesday, April 23. She will be performing the song “Next To You,” a touching tune “B&B” fans may recognize as one of the love themes for the characters of Steffy and Liam (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood and Scott Clifton). Could she be performing at the couples second wedding next week? We’ll soon find out…
We’ve seen “All My Children’s” Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney) do a lot of outlandish stuff over the years in her daytime career (including marrying a guy who wears a chicken suit, being shot in the arm by her son, and being experimented on by Vincent Irizarry’s David Hayward), but her latest onscreen stunt is perhaps the most entertaining and fun thing she’s ever done before: Posing as Suzy Fucking Homemaker in order to humorously teach fans how to view the new versions of “AMC” and “OLTL.”
Fans of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” have known for a while now that The OnLine Network planned to include weekly recap episodes of both shows once they began airing on iTunes, Hulu and Hulu Plus on Monday, April 29, and now the web network has officially announced it. Beginning Friday, May 3, and continuing every Friday following episodes thereafter, TOLN will be offering original weekly recap shows, “MORE One Life to Live” and “MORE All My Children.”
When your first major acting gig is on a soap opera, you can’t help but start wishing for outlandish scenarios like having an evil twin, being buried alive, and coming back from the dead. Just ask “One Life to Live’s” Jenni “JWOWW” Farley (Nikki): She’s down for every soap twist known to man, including eventually playing a corpse!
Fans of “All My Children” will get a blast from the past when opening the May issue of Marie Claire, which features a spread on Jordana Brewster, who formerly played Maria Santos and Mateo Santos’ younger sister, Anita, and now plays Elena Ramos on the primetime soap “Dallas.” And believe it or not, the actress opens up about how she’s dead set on never allowing her children to go into the acting business!
The OnLine Network’s “All My Children” has a new logo, a new home, new actors and of course, a new theme song. Fans have already been privy to details on the first three fresh and shiny elements on that list, and low and behold, it looks like we may have all been subtly introduced to the last one, as well!