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CBS will air a tribute to the irreplaceable Ms. Jeanne Cooper, who played the feisty, brilliant, beautiful Katherine Chancellor on ‘The Young and the Restless’. It is set to air May 28th and family members, Y&R family members and friends will gather this week to film it. It will include interviews made with Ms Cooper in celebration of the 40th year anniversary of Y&R.
Ms Cooper passed away on May 8th and her son Corbin Bernsen had kept her fans apprised of her condition on his Facebook page and was truly eloquent in his love for his mother and the role her fans have played in her life and during this dark time.
Ms Cooper who is truly irreplaceable, joined Y&R in 1973 and has played Katherine Chancellor since then, making her the longest running cast member. This earned her 11 Daytime Emmy nominations and the award for “Best Actress” in 2008.
To say this wonderful woman will be missed is an understatement.
The second week of One Life To Live brought more intrigue and more questions to the new online audience. It is still visually beautiful and so much more satisfying, especially watching it with limited commercials. Plus, the commercials are not “soap” related leaving us to feel we are in a new universe.
RATING FOR ONE LIFE TO LIVE
This week we are in Bo and Nora heaven, watching as the couple, still feisty and in love work and love their way to a new career for “DJNora”. How much fun will this be?
Revenge is being planned by Dorian against Viki and Victor against Todd, though Victor true to form is much deadlier. It seems Victor has not changed his spots, he is still as ruthless and deadly as always. Will he succeed in his attempt to kill Todd by poisoning him?
Dani’s decision to move in with Matthew and Jeffrey may be good for her, but how will it affect her mother? Tea’s emotional state is still delicate and Victor’s return has made it more so. Is Victor who he seems?
Blair’s trust in Cutter may be misplaced and how will she pay for it? Will she be able to keep ‘Shelter’ a place free of drugs and violence?
Jack seems to be in a bad state also. Is Victor a good influence on him or will it lead to trouble for Jack?
Tonight the answer will be revealed. Has Ingo Rademacher made it into the finals?
Last night, Disney teen Zendaya gave a less than sparkling performance in her race car quick step. She scored 25 points, just one point more than Ingo’s Samba. Ingo is considered to be at the bottom of the pack, but Zendaya has given him a way to jump over her and make his way into the finals with the chance to perform the crazy no holds barred “free style” dance that has made heroes of those not counted in as “winners”
On the red carpet last night Ingo told Today.com “You never know what can happen!” and Zendaya said ““Of course, I want perfect scores every time,” Zendaya said. “But that’s not going to happen. The judges are allowed to give me lower scores. It’s cool. I’m proud of the performance. Val was happy with it too.”
With the loyalty of soap fans on the line we will suggest that Ingo could very well go on to dance again. let us face facts anyone can be eliminated tonight. We have seen crazy things happen on this show so with the votes tabulated the show will go on and we will learn who will dance in the finals. Good Luck to all of the wonderful contestants and especially to our favorite soap actor Ingo Rademacher.
According to a press release about its 2013-2014 TV schedule, the network revealed that it is cutting the ballroom show down to a two-hour Monday show.
” ‘Dancing with the Stars’ will now air from 8-10 p.m. on Mondays, integrating the performance show and results show into one night and making each episode action-packed event television,” states the press release.