“All My Children’s” Jordan Lane Price (Celia Fitzgerald) may be an actress, but it seems singing is another of the girl’s passions. How do we know? Well, as it turns out, she auditioned for “The X-Factor!”
The actress appeared on the Wednesday, September 18 episode of the reality series with her group, Drama Drama. Unfortunately, the fivesome’s performance, which you can watch below, failed to impress judges Simon Cowell, Kelly Rowland, Demi Lovato and Paulina Rubio. But that’s good news for “AMC” fans, as crooning won’t be taking the actress out of Pine Valley — at least not yet!
Calling all New Mexico residents: “The Young and the Restless’” Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) is headed to Albuquerque for a music festival you’re not going to want to miss!
The talented actor has been named host of SeptemberFIESTA, a new music festival debuting on Saturday, September 28, at the Civic Plaza in The Duke City. He’ll be MCing for a variety of musical guests, including Frankie J and Pitbull’s artist, Sensato, Marques Anthony (Jamie Foxx’s artist), The Classics, Cody Jones, Until Chaos, Nikki Jonet, Something Underground, Nostros, DJ Brandi Garcia, Young Twinn and Frank Piombo.
Adam and Chelsea’s baby drama is just now heating up on “The Young and the Restless,” but that hasn’t stopped Chelsea’s portrayer, Melissa Claire Egan, from pulling double duty as of late: The actress just landed a guest-starring gig on CBS’s new comedy, “We Are Men!”
“One Life to Live’s” Kelley Missal (Danielle Manning) may have had to say goodbye to Llanview, but that doesn’t mean it’s the end of her television days. In fact, you can catch the actress in a new role as early as next month!
With a resume that includes “High School Musical” and several other dancing performances, it’s no secret that “One Life to Live’s” Corbin Bleu (Jeffrey King) knows how to get down and boogie. But the actor went the extra mile on last night’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars,” performing a contemporary number with partner Karina Smirnoff that impressed America — and the judges!
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourself for one of the strangest performances yet from “General Hospital” alum James Franco (ex-Franco)! The California native is appearing on tonight’s premiere episode of Fox’s ‘The Mindy Project,’ and star Mindy Kaling herself says that throughout filming for the show, the actor showed off “the weirdest, funniest version of himself.”
“All My Children’s” Finn Wittrock (ex-Damon Miller) is no stranger to working with powerful, older women; his onscreen affair with Jamie Luner’s Liza Colby was a controversial cougar storyline that had soap fans’ tongues wagging for months during the soaps ABC run. So working with Angelia Jolie shouldn’t be a problem for the Massachusetts native, who’s been cast in “Unbroken,” a World War II film being directed by Brad Pitt’s super sultry wife.
Soap Opera Network has learned that “General Hospital” and “General Hospital: Night Shift” alum, Minae Noji, has landed a top secret role in the new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” film set for release in 2014. Starring Megan Fox as April O’Neil, Alan Ritchson as Raphael, Noel Fisher as Michelangelo, Jeremy Howard as Donatello and Pete Ploszek as Leonardo, rumor has it that Noji will be portraying the role of Karai, a character first introduced in the 1992 comic book series, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
According to sources, Noji was on the New York City set of “Turtles” filming for three months alongside the main cast and her role required a stunt double, which puts some weight into her portraying a character such as Karai, who is of Japanese descent (as is Noji) and one of the leading members of the Foot Clan, a ninjutsu clan best known to be controlled by The Shredder (William Fichtner). Recent iterations of the character find her related in some form to The Shredder.
After portraying Phyllis Summers on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” for fifteen years, soap fans around the world thought they were saying goodbye to Michelle Stafford on the Friday, August 2 episode, when she vacated the role. Thankfully, that isn’t the case. As stated in an interview with both Soap Opera Digest and TV Guide Magazine, Stafford left the number one rated daytime drama series for several reasons, some of which she’ll never reveal, but one of which was to launch her new web series, “The Stafford Project.”
She’s back! Actress Devin Mills returns with a second season of “Dating in the Middle Ages,” a series that follows a woman named Samantha (Mills) who is searching for her modern day Cary Grant. In the new season, which debuted on Tuesday, July 30, the online series brings “Days of our Lives” stars Deidre Hall (Marlena Evans) and Matthew Ashford (ex-Jack Deveraux) on a ride for the “Ages.”