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Real-life friends Brittany Underwood (ex-Langston Wilde, "One Life to Live"; "Hollywood Heights") and Kristen Alderson (Kiki Jerome, "General Hospital") have teamed up with PimpMyPooch.com, the new daily deal site for dogs, by lending their name to help support the company's IndieGogo crowd funding campaign set to launch on Thursday, May 1. The website is seeking potential backers to help it operate in similar fashion to deal-of-the-day websites such as Living Social and Groupon with deals focused exclusively on products and services for dog owners.

Some of daytime’s most popular stars are taking a break from their dramatic, twist-and-turn-filled storylines and grabbing the mic for an all-night fan-filled crooning session!

Earlier today the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, in cooperation with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, announced the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for this year's Daytime Emmy Awards.

Today marks “General Hospital’s” 13,000th episode, and in honor of the very special event, several of the sudser’s stars are taking to Twitter to chat live with fans!

It may be super cold in the Northeast (and much of the country) right now, but come Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6, much of the cast of ABC's "General Hospital" will be heating things up for those in and around Montclair, New Jersey and Boston, Massachusetts.

As previously reported, the annual "General Hospital" Fan Club weekend will take place from Thursday, July 31 through Monday, August 4 at the Sportmen’s Lodge Hotel and Events Center in Studio City, CA. Tickets for the Kick Off Cocktail Party, Main Cast and Blast from the Past – Part II events went on sale last week Monday.

As first reported by Soap Opera Digest, Ilene Kristen (ex-Roxy Balsom, "One Life to Live") will again be reprising her "Ryan's Hope" role of Delia Ryan on ABC's "General Hospital."

"I'm Lucas Jones. I'm your son," says an angered Lucas (Ryan Carnes) when he seemingly confronts his biological daddy this week on "General Hospital."

The drama just never stops for Prospect Park’s “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” with the latest shocking news regarding the online sudsers coming from the L.A. Times. According to the publication, Prospect Park is shelving ‘One Life to Live’ until the lawsuit it launched against ABC in April is resolved. Additionally, the company will focus on producing “AMC,” with writers having already started work on scripts for the second season of the show.

ABC's "General Hospital" is fast becoming the place to be to hopefully find the one it seems as another pair of stars have revealed their real-life relationship status, this time via social media.
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