Look out for some new cattiness on the new season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” because two new women have joined the cast — one of which is former “The Young and the Restless” star Carlton Gebbia (formerly Carlton Elizabeth)!
The British designer — who briefly appeared on “Y&R” back in 1999, as well as in “Suddenly Susan” that same year — joins Peurto Rican model/actress Joyce Giraud for season four of the popular reality series, which premiered tonight on Bravo. She’s married to David Gebbia, owner of Stockcross Financial Services, and is said to be taken under Lisa Vanderpump’s wing on the show.
Below check out this racy trailer for the season to see Gebbia already causing trouble!
There’s a ‘Halo’ of light surrounding the mother of pop sensation, Beyoncé, these days: It seems Tina Knowles is all lit up for former “All My Children” and “Dynasty” actor Richard Lawson!
Knowles showed up at New York City’s Angel Ball Tuesday evening with the actor, who played “Dynasty’s” Nick Kimball from 1986 to 1987 and “AMC’s” Lucas Barnes from 1992 to 1993, on her arm. And according to E! News, Beyoncé’s mom will be partying with the ‘Single Ladies’ no more: She and Lawson are officially dating!
Congratulations, love birds!
Daytime’s number one rated soap opera, “The Young and the Restless,” can’t be stopped! Not only has the sudser maintained the top spot in soap opera ratings for a consecutive 1,294 weeks, the latest Nielsen ratings reveal that the show notched nearly five million viewers for the week ending Friday, October 25 — its largest audience in nearly two years! Click beyond the jump for CBS’ official breakdown!
If you couldn’t get enough of Cynthia Watros as “Guiding Light’s” crazy Annie Dutton Banks or as “Lost’s” sympathetic psychologist, Libby Smith, you’re in luck: She’ll be tackling an equally intense role during her upcoming stint on “The Young and the Restless.”
When thinking of who to cast as Kelly, a grieving mother who lost her son and connects with Billy (Billy Miller) over the recent death of his and Chloe’s (Elizabeth Hendrickson) daughter, Delia, “Y&R’s” executive producer, Jill Farren Phelps, knew Watros would shine, leading her to contact the actress’ agent. And as soon as the Michigan native heard the details of what Phelps had in mind for Kelly, she was sold. “I really wanted to work with Jill again… and daytime has always been very special to me, because that was my first job, on ‘Guiding Light.’ So I feel very happy to return,” the actress says. “The characters [on “Y&R”] are rich in depth, and it’s just a really well-constructed soap. So I was excited to be part of [it].”
“Days of our Lives” actor Drake Hogestyn (John Black) delivered a very happy Halloween treat to fans today: He tweeted confirmation that he is indeed returning to the NBC sudser!
“Happy All Hallow’s Eve!” he wrote. “The Treat?…I’m back in Salem!”
But the Trick? “I sold my house and have no place to live!” he shares. “Now that’s scary! Yikes!”
A rep for the show was unable to comment on Hogetyn’s return, but as we reported earlier this month, since the sudser tapes about four months ahead, fans can expect to see John onscreen some time in early 2014.
In the meantime, Soap Opera Network wishes the actor luck in finding a new place to hang his hat!
Being soap opera royalty certainly has it perks: Maria Bell, former headwriter of “The Young and the Restless,” and her husband, Bill Bell Jr., “The Bold and the Beautiful” producer and son of “Y&R” and “B&B” creator, William Bell, have amassed such an assortment of fine art, they’ve made The Hollywood Reporter’s list of Hollywood’s Top 25 Art Collectors!
Get ready to scream in fright (or perhaps delight), because Soap Opera Network managed to get our hands on some deliciously devilish Halloween pictures from a few of your favorite “Days of Our Lives” and “The Young and the Restless” stars! From a pretty princess to a sinister slicer, these actors really know how to dress the part! But do you dare read on to find out witch was witch? If so, be warned: It’s hair-raising, spirit-satisfying fun!
Today marked the end of a four-year chapter for “Days of our Lives” fan favorite Casey Deidrick (Chad DiMera), who entered Salem as Will’s (Chandler Massey’s) hated rival back in 2009 and is now exiting the canvas as the much-loved and integral character, son of Stefano (Joseph Mascolo). In honor of the occasion, Soap Opera Network spoke with Deidrick’s former onscreen love, Kate Mansi (Abigail), who tearfully recalls taping her final scene with Deidrick and opens up about how she truly feels about the star’s exit!
Hold onto your hats, because one hunky soap star is headed to “Days of our Lives’” Salem: former “As The World Turns” star Mark Collier!
A rep for the show confirms that the actor, who played “ATWT’s” Mike from 2002-2007, has indeed joined the NBC sudser and will begin airing in late December. However, no additional details are being released at this time.
Funny enough, this casting tidbit has caused soap worlds to collide: “DAYS” star Shawn Christian (Daniel Jonas) originated the role of “ATWT’s” Mike, the very role which Collier began playing when the now-defunct soap decided to bring the character back to the canvas in 2002!
As part of a soap opera star filled season that began in September and has run through October, CBS’ “The Price Is Right” just announced the list of daytime stars set to grace the game show stage throughout the month of November! So who will be coming on down and helping Drew Carey as he hosts a variety of iconic games, including Lucky Seven, Plinko, and Shopping Spree? Click on the jump to find out!