Days of Our Lives coined the word supercouple, and the soap is featuring four in front burner storylines.
While John (Drake Hogestyn) and Marlena (Deidre Hall) and Eli (Lamon Archey) and Lani (Sal Stowers) are happily together, Will (Chandler Massey) and Sonny (Freddie Smith) and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) and Ciara (Victoria Konefal) are struggling to find their way back to one another.
Which of these four pairs are viewers favorite at the moment? Nearly 6,000 people cast their votes, and the results are heavily skewed in one direction. Here are the results.
Ben and Ciara
Star-crossed Ben and Ciara are the winners by a landslide, earning 64% of the votes. While some fans were initially hesitant of Hope’s (Kristian Alfonso) daughter being paired with The Necktie Killer, you’ve been won over by their sweet chemistry.
Since being put on the proper medication, Ben’s a healed man and absolutely devoted to Ciara. And, her unwavering belief in him is inspiring.
John and Marlena
Scoring 16% of the vote are John and Marlena. The veteran duo have overcome obstacles galore in their 30-year run, proving that true love can survive anything. The silver fox and his beloved Doc are soulmates, and you’re hoping their 2018 wedding will be their last. They deserve to be together forever.
Will and Sonny
Some 12% of you call “Wilson” your Salem supercouple favorite. After relationships with other men, the duo realized the person they’re meant to spend eternity with is the other. You’re hoping they find a way to neutralize the sleazy Leo, so they can reunite and re-exchange marriage vows.
Lani and Eli
The remaining 9% of viewers are loving Lani and Eli together. Their path to a real relationship was unique — a one-night stand that led to a pregnancy that led to the birth of their stillborn son.
After sharing such immense heartache, they bonded and became loving friends, who developed genuine feelings for each other. It’s a love story you can’t help but root for.
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