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on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 @ 3:34 PM
“The Young and the Restless’” Genoa City became a powerhouse place today with the return of Eileen Davidson’s Ashley Abbott, but she’s not the only one set to turn the canvas completely upside down in the weeks to come!
“Days of our Lives’” Kate (Lauren Koslow) wasn’t the only one who was shocked when Jordan (Chrishell Stause) hauled back and slapped her across the face for sleeping with Rafe (Galen Gering): Viewers were a bit surprised to see the formerly timid physical therapist continue to grow her backbone, as well. And when Soap Opera Network recently caught up with Stause, she revealed that this is only the beginning of her alter ego’s catty side. In fact, Jordan will be getting tougher and tougher as more and more secrets about her unfold!
It's been widely reported that former "Days of our Lives" actress Lisa Rinna (ex-Billie Reed) is set to join the season five cast of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which follows several wealthy ladies in the world's most famous zip code as they party it up during wild nights, deal with family dynamics and duke it out for supremacy within their click, but will a former "DAYS" co-star be joining her?According to The Wrap, citing a source familiar with the situation, Eileen Davidson (Kristen DiMera; Ashley Abbott, "The Young and the Restless"), who won her first Daytime Emmy...
Ever since it was revealed that Emmy-winning actress Eileen Davidson will be returning to “The Young and the Restless” as Ashley Abbott this September, fans have been chomping at the bit for more details regarding her return — including how the deal, which allows her to also appear on the Sony-owned NBC sudser “Days of our Lives” — came about. Soap Opera Network went straight to the Senior Vice President of CBS Daytime, Angelica McDaniel, to find out!
Eileen Davidson — who's now on contract as Ashley Abbott on "The Young and the Restless," but was nominated as Outstanding Lead Actress for her work as "Days of our Lives'" Kristen DiMera — took a cue from the statue she ended up winning at the end of the night. Just like the golden award, she sparkled on the red carpet during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards may be over, but the after-event fun has just begun! Soap Opera Network caught up with many of your favorite daytime stars on the red carpet, and we’ll be bringing you lots and lots of interviews in the days to come. First up is the beautiful Emme Rylan, who plays Lulu Spencer on ABC’s “General Hospital.” Enjoy!
The best of the best took home statues during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards last night, and while viewers were able to see the winners accept their honors on stage, Soap Opera Network caught up with many of them for exclusive backstage reactions! Where will they put their gorgeous gold statues? And how will they celebrate being the top of the top in their field? Read on to find out!
Once again proving that its at the top of the heap when it comes to daytime, CBS swept the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy awards with 13 drama related wins, leading all networks. “The Young and the Restless” took home a combined total of nine wins during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards and the Emmy Awards, while “The Bold and the Beautiful” managed to snag four. NBC’s “Days of our Lives” took home three Emmy awards, while ABC’s “General Hospital” garnered two. Meanwhile, Toln.com’s “All My Children” won three awards, while “One Life to Live” took home three, as well.
Last night, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences officially announced the winners of the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards in a star-studded gala at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. Soap Opera Network live blogged during the exciting event, but we also wanted to bring you a comprehensive list of the night's big winners. Read on to find out who took home the drama related golden statues!
In 2013, "The Bold and the Beautiful's" Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan) and Heather Tom (Katie Logan) and "Days of our Lives'" Eileen Davidson (Kristen DiMera) and Arianne Zucker (Nicole Walker) proved they were the outstanding leading ladies for their respective daytime dramas. They now compete with each other to find out which of them was the most Outstanding Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama Series during "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
She's nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal as Kristen DiMera on NBC's "Days of our Lives," and to celebrate Eileen Davidson will appear on the Thursday, June 19 edition of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family." During her taped appearance, Davidson talks with hosts Mark Steines and Christina Ferrare about her nomination, her brief return to "DAYS' and recently signing a contract with CBS' "The Young and the Restless," where she's portrayed the popular role of Ashley Abbott off and on since 1982. She also reveals that the length of her contract with "Y&R," which includes the ability to appear on "DAYS" from time to time as well, is for two years. Both soaps are owned and produced by Sony Pictures Television.
After appearing on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" for the past couple of years in a somewhat recurring capacity, actress Eileen Davidson has signed a contract with the Sony Pictures Television produced soap, which guarantees fans will be seeing a lot more of Ashley Abbott on a more consistent basis.
On Thursday, May 1, nominations for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced, and "Days of our Lives" star Eric Martsolf (Brady Black) received the happy news that he'd received his first ever nomination, although in the most unusual of ways. "I had forgotten that they were announcing it. I had an early call time and I'm in the shower at 6:00 AM," the actor recalls of the time news began rolling in. "I get out and my phone's just going nuts. There I am soaking wet standing there in the bathroom. I look at my Twitter, and sure enough, I found out through some fan," Martsolf states with a chuckle while nonchalantly apologizing for the visual. For reference, "The tweet read, 'Congratulations on your Emmy nomination, Eric Martsolf' and that's how I found out."
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