Daytime’s Youngest Stars Find ‘Glee’

Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 9:00 PM ET by Angela Rosa


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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – Two of daytime’s smallest stars land on FOX’s number one scripted series.

Days of Our Lives” star Lauren Boles and “All My Children” star Jake Vauhan have been casted as the mini-versions of Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith), respectively, on the November 16, 2010 episode of FOX’s hit prime-time series “Glee.” This particular episode of the musical comedy-drama will feature kindergarten versions of the entire canvas of main characters.

For those unfamiliar with some of daytime’s youngest stars, Boles plays the role of Bo and Hope Brady’s (Peter Reckell and Kristina Alfonso) daughter, Ciara, on NBC’s “DAYS” and Vaughn plays the role of Ryan Lavery and Kendall Hart’s (Cameron Mathison and Alicia Minshew) son, Spike, on ABC’s “AMC.”

The November 16 episode of “Glee” is titled The Substitute. In this episode a substitute teacher, played by Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow, takes over Mr. Schuester’s (Matthew Morrison) Spanish class and therefore the New Directions Glee Club. Meanwhile, on an even more exciting note, Sue (Jane Lynch) finds herself in the most powerful position of her career – substitute Principal!

“All My Children” airs Weekdays on ABC. Anytime on ABC.com. “Days of Our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Anytime on NBC.com. “Glee” airs on FOX’s Tuesday night line-up. Check local listings for airtime.

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