General Hospital Fan Club Weekend is back, and we’ve got all the details…One actress from The Young and the Restless welcomes a second son, while another hosts a pair of events honoring the late Lucille Ball…Here’s everything you missed in the daytime world — with links — in the Soap Hub soap opera weekly news wrap.
General Hospital Meet and Greet
General Hospital Fan Club Weekend is officially back and taking place from Thursday, July 27 through Monday, July 31, 2023, in Los Angeles. Here’s everything you need to know about the scheduled events where you can meet some of your favorite stars.
How did Walt Willey end up bringing his All My Children character, Jackson Montgomery, to General Hospital? The actor spoke to Soap Hub weekly news about what led to the guest spot and if he’d be open to more appearances.
Finola Hughes (Anna) shared some interesting stories from her GH past during a Zoom event hosted by Coastal Entertainment. Among them: what happened the moment she met leading man Tristan Rogers (Robert) and a sweet memory of her late co-star, Jacklyn Zeman (ex-Bobbie).
Not So Heavy
GH’s Maurice Benard (Sonny) detoured from the heavier topics he usually delves into on his video podcast, State Of Mind, when he sat down to chat with young actress Jophielle Love (Violet). Check out a recap of their conversation.
The Young and the Restless: Mom’s the Word
Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea, The Young and the Restless) shared some very happy personal news. The actress and her husband, Matt Katrosar, have welcomed a second child to their family.
Mel Loves Lucy
Longtime Lucille Ball and I Love Lucy fan Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki, Y&R) is set to host a pair of events in Jamestown, New York to benefit the Lucille Ball Little Theatre. Check out the details on Soap Hub weekly news.
The Bold and the Beautiful: Change of Pace
Michael Corbett, who played David Kimball on Y&R, has joined its sister soap The Bold and the Beautiful. In a change of pace, the former daytime villain is playing a judge this time around.
In Other Soap Hub Weekly News: Two Soap Stars Pass
Daytime alum Nick Benedict, who played Curtis Reed on Days of our Lives and also appeared on All My Children and The Young and the Restless has died. He was 77.
Bronwen Booth, remembered for her role as Andy Harrison on One Life to Live has sadly passed away, too. The actress was 59.