Despite the continuous news about Sean Carrigan being written out of the show during the Newman Gala Fire, Stitch Rayburn may be proving that he is ready to stay in the show. Although Stitch ends up in the hospital, it seems that he will be overcoming the struggle for his life this week and will wake up to face a new dilemma —which is to tell Abby Newman (Melissa Ordoway) that he really loves her daughter Ashley Newman (Eileen Davidson).
According to spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry, during Stitch's unconscious time, Abby will not be the only one staying by his side, as Ashley will also wait for news about his condition as well. Billy Abbott (Burgess Jenkins) will join his sister during this time and provide her support.
However, Ashley's over-emotional state about Stitch's condition will raise suspicions on Billy's part. After he expresses his opinions about this, she shuts him down by saying that she is simply excited about her mother and the doctor's engagement. She also distracts Billy by bringing up who they think is responsible for the fire, in which Ian Ward becomes the main suspect. more >>
Everyone has their own enemies in the longtime-running drama "The Bold and the Beautiful;" however, this week, it seems that public enemy number 1 will be Thomas Forrester (Pierson Fode), who will be getting on everybody's nerves in different aspects, Forresters and Spencers alike.
According to spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry, topping this list will be his own father, Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), who he already has an ongoing feud with because he married the woman Thomas loves, Caroline Spencer (Linsey Godfrey).
Viewers are already quite aware that the father of Caroline's baby is none other than Thomas, since Ridge is incapabale of fathering anyone after his vasectomy. Both Caroline and Ridge are already aware of the baby situation, but with Thomas lurking around so much, they might not be able to hide the truth from him any longer. more >>
The inevitable finally happened in the last week of "General Hospital," as the big reveal of Jake Doe's real identity was witnessed by viewers. However, as many expected, this was only the beginning of the domino effect that truth will bring upon the lives of the mob families.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, there might initially be more good than bad in this revelation as many people will be shown more willingness to accept Jake as Jason once more into their lives. First would be Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) who had trusted Jake despite his vague past. It is said that her acceptance for Jake will not change anytime soon and will only make much more sense now that she knows it's been Jason all along.
Two women that would more likely do their best to get Jason back where he really belongs are Monica Quartermaine (Leslie Charleson) and Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot). Jake had already felt an unexplained attraction to the Quartermaines, and finally with his real identity surfacing, it finally clicked. more >>
It seems that the longtime running drama is pulling all stops this month as each week becomes more intense, not only because of November sweeeps but also to welcome the show's 50th anniversary.
This week, a number of characters will be fighting for their lives. The drama finished last week with Hope Jennings (Kristian Alfonso) and Aiden Jenning's (Daniel Cosgrove) wedding night. As Aiden has decided to enact his deadly deed, he went about it using a red necktie and strangling a sleeping Hope.
However, according to spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry, Bo Brady (Peter Reckell) will be coming to stop Aiden from finishing the job. While Hope is lifeless on the floor, there will be a struggle between Bo and Aiden with a gun. It is said that a shot will go off, and Bo is the one who will be taken down by this event. more >>
In a move that touched the hearts of many, Disney allowed a man his dying wish to see "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," although the film is yet to be released.
Daniel Fleetwood, 32, who was terminally ill with cancer, knew he did not have much time left. A devoted fan of the science fiction series, Fleetwood was granted his dying wish of seeing the film.
Not slated for public release until mid-December, a social media campaign brought Fleetwood's request to the makers of the seventh installment of the classic movie series. more >>
Kim Fields definitely took her time in deciding to join a reality TV show, but she finally said yes to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" (RHOA) and revealed her reason for doing so.
Producers of several reality TV shows have courted Kim Fields many times in the past few years, but she only agreed to join the industry recently. The "Facts of Life" star finally agreed to be part of the "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" because she felt now was the right time for that opportunity, according to E! Online.
Because Fields knew what is was like growing up under the spotlight, she had to decide carefully on whether she would put her children through a similar situation or not. Her concern for her family was the main reason for holding back, the Daily Mail reports. more >>