She is back — not really. Patrika Darbo (Shirley, "The Bold and the Beautiful") is going to be zooming with niece Sally who has relocated from "The Bold and the Beautiful" to "The Young and the Restless." After leaving LA, Shirley headed to Texas and opened a doughnut shop. Darbo says she did not know her character was into Dunkin'. Darbo admits techie stuff is not her forte. What is her forte is fighting the good fight and winning. A few years back, she won an Emmy for her work on "The Bay." It was taken from her due to some submission issues. Because of the issues, another actress was given the award. When irregularities were found on that submission of that actress, she had to return it. Darbo felt the submission rules were so convoluted she was able to change the rules from gobbledygook to plain English.
Mishael Morgan (Amanda, "The Young and the Restless") suffered a detached retina earlier this week. The actress explains her vision became fuzzy. Her doctor diagnosed the retina issue and began treatment. While her vision remains fuzzy, the actress, who describes herself as a fighter, is certain she will make a full recovery. Karla Mosley, who played transgender Maya on "The Bold and the Beautiful," will step in while Morgan is on the mend.
Melissa Egan (Chelsea, "The Young and the Restless") has announced she and her husband are expecting a baby boy. Egan's road to pregnancy has been rough. She had several miscarriages and tried in vitro, which did not work. During those years, Egan says, she suffered a range of emotions. Sadness, frustration, anger. Her hormones were all over the place. Egan says she talking about this now so she can let others know they have got this. "I wish I could reach out and hug each one who are having trouble conceiving." Not to worry, fans, grifter Chelsea will continue to stir up trouble.
Billy Miller fans (Drew, "General Hospital") want him back on the show. He is headed back to TV but when and where. Wear a mask and sporting flowing blond locks he was spotted at Paramount studios
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