Y&R spoilers reveal that Phyllis Summers and Nick Newman continue to figure out their lives post-breakup, but we speculate that others in their orbit might have a new romance budding. Specifically, Crystal, AKA the gal in the green dress, and Nick’s heartbroken son, Noah Newman, might start dating.
Y&R Spoilers Speculation: A Love Connection for Crystal and Noah
Noah (Rory Gibson) occasionally spends time at The Grand Phoenix. He’s recently spoken with his Uncle Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) while hanging out at the establishment. Because he’s been there, we presume he’s met Phyllis’s (Michelle Stafford) employee, Crystal (Krystal Mosley). Perhaps as they talk, a love connection sparks for Noah and Crystal.
Viewers know that Noah experienced serious heartbreak in London. Whatever happened with his breakup, it ended badly enough that he ran back to Genoa City permanently. While he appears to harbor some residual feelings for his sister Mariah Copeland’s (Camryn Grimes) girlfriend (who is also his ex), Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks), surely he realizes it can’t happen again.
The Younger Set
Y&R spoilers tease that Genoa City has very few females in Noah’s age range. Sure, Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) remains unattached, but she seems set on Adam. Another possibility for Noah is Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy), but she’s dating Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic). Imani Benedict (Leigh-Ann Rose) is moving in, and she’s another potential partner.
However, given all the fan interest in Crystal, we’d love to see something between Noah and Phyllis’s employee. Perhaps as he (and the audience) gets to know her, something suspicious will emerge from her background that could be an obstacle for the young couple to overcome. Or perhaps another in Genoa City will want to challenge their love. There are so many possibilities.
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