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This week, your favorite soap actors past and present weigh in on the Golden Globes results and reveal their favorite Best Picture Oscar nominees!

This past Sunday, the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical went to American Hustle. And Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall Hart Slater, “All My Children”) was ecstatic.

Kelley Missal (ex-Danielle Manning, “One Life to Live”) was also impressed by American Hustle and specifically, star Christian Bale’s performance. She thinks he may have tough Oscar competition though.

Likewise, her former “One Life” co-star Tonja Walker (ex-Alex Olanov) agreed about Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance in “Wolf of Wall Street.”

Eddie Alderson (ex-Matthew Buchanan, “OLTL”) echoed that thought.

Tika Sumpter (Candace Young, “The Haves and the Have Nots”) had a different Best Picture pick.

12 Years A Slave, which took home the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Drama last Sunday, was a favorite among the Hubbards. Sal Stowers (ex-Cassandra Hubbard, “All My Children”) and Denise Vasi (ex-Randi Hubbard, “AMC”) shared their enthusiasm over the film’s win.

Mark Hapka (ex-Nathan Horton, “Days of Our Lives”) wasn’t so sure about August: Osage County, which earned Oscar nominations for stars Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.

Former “AMC” star Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery) seemed confused over the Oscar nominations in general.

But it’s “General Hospital” star Emme Rylan (Lulu Spencer Falconeri) who wins the Soap Opera Network Tweet of the Week, or #SONTOTW, as we like to call it.

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