The Young and the Restless star Jordi Vilasuso recently showcased something unique he helped a fan accomplish. The Rey Rosales actor performed a service that helped an estranged couple reunite. The endeavor was so successful that now the couple is married.
Jordi Vilasuso Created A Relationship-Saving Cameo
Vilasuso recently took to Twitter to share a video explaining his personalized Cameo services. A customer review prompted the Rey actor to share the details with his other fans.
“Jordi… (AKA Rey Rosales) I just wanted to let you know that your amazing cameo video helped me reconnect with my fiancee. We talked, we worked things out, and WE GOT MARRIED,” read the five-star review of the actor’s specialized service. “Yeah, you read that right, dude. She’s now my WIFE. Would love to send you a video of the wedding. You opened the door, man. Can’t ever thank you enough. A perfect, life-changing message.”
With an endorsement like that, it’s hard to imagine just what Vilasuso’s message was to the estranged couple. The actor shared a short official intro video of himself, and he noted that he’d do anything fans wanted (almost anything). He suggested that messages for holidays, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, newborn birthdays, or even a relationship on the rocks are perfect reasons to order a special Cameo from him.
Young and Restless
While Vilasuso is happily married and helping others achieve the same, his on-screen alter ego seems a bit frustrated these days. Rey doesn’t have children of his own, and that seems to bother him when he sees Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) bond over their children. We suspect this couple is headed for trouble, and it’s just a matter of time before one of them strays — perhaps it’ll be Rey with Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan)?
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes. For more about what’s coming up in Genoa City, check out all the latest that’s been posted on Y&R spoilers, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.
— Jordi Vilasuso (@JordiVilasuso) January 26, 2022