The Young and the Restless has seen many a couple break up and reunite, break up and reunite, break up and reunite until no one even brings them wedding presents anymore, just points to the items they got them last time.
Young and the Restless In Love
But which couple is the one who fans know will never, ever be able to live without each other for long? Here’s what almost 5,000 voters told us:
Shick It Up, Baby!
Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) and Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) were high school sweethearts. They’ve raised children, lost children, cheated on each other, and fell into each other’s arms. And they will always be in each other’s lives, according to 41% of you. This is the one Genoa City couple that will follow in Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) and Nikki’s (Melody Thompson Scott) footsteps. Whether Victor and Nikki Newman like it or not.
Flick and Phack on The Young and the Restless
Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) may have feigned surprise when Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) announced that he still was and always would be in love with her, but 27% of the audience knows that these two never stopped loving each other. Sure, she cheated on him with his brother. Sure, she’s with Nick now. But Jack is a glutton for punishment. And Phyllis is selfish enough to keep leading him on.
Madame, I’m Shadam
Forget Nick, it’s Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) who is Sharon’s true soulmate, according to 17% of fans. If he wasn’t why would she keep drifting his way, no matter how many times her current husband asks, begs, and warns her not to?
The Young and the Restless: Phick and Thin
There’s a reason Phyllis and Nick are together, and not with Jack or Sharon. It’s because they were meant to be, say 15%. They get each other. Which is more than can be said for any of the others.
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