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...
Rick and Maya met up for lunch on the rooftop terrace. Dayzee and Caroline were unknowingly adjacent to them. Caroline was being snobbish with a waiter and pondering what pics of her salad she should post online.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award this year for its first same sex romance storyline "My Two Moms" featuring the characters of Karen and Danielle Spencer (Joanna Johnson and Crystal Chappell) and their welcoming daughter Caroline (Linsey Godfrey). Veteran "B&B" script writers (and LGBT community members) Tracey Ann Kelly and Patrick Mulcahey, along with Head Writer/Executive Producer Bradley P. Bell chatted with On-Air On-Soaps' Michael Fairman in an exclusive interview for FrontiersLA.com, where they opened up about the show finally tackling an LGBT-inspired story.
It was the next morning and Katie told Donna she had no choice but to go and confront Bill and Katie. She gave Donna instructions to watch the baby and left. Liam stopped by looking for Bill. They planned a private meeting at the house. Donna played clueless. Hope appeared and locked eyes with Liam.
At Forrester, Rick and Eric observed some models wearing new lingerie designs. Aside from a few little details, Eric approved. Taylor, followed by Thomas arrived and Thomas hissed that the lingerie won't do for the company what his ideas would have done. Rick disagreed. Taylor sided with her son and warned that Brooke would bring nothing but scandal.
Brooke awoke after the car accident. She stumbled out of the car and searched for the other victim, who she soon discovered was Bill. Bill, clearly hurt, woke up in a stupor and tried to act like he was ok. Brooke was adamant about calling for help until she realized Bill had been drinking. She told him to move over and let her drive. She drove to her house. Outside, Bill apologized to her. Meanwhile, a police officer discovered Brooke's totaled car, plus another set of car tracks on the road and contacted Lt. Baker.