One thing I realized is they don't really talk loudly on-set. I've done some form of acting but it was theater, where you have to project. With soaps on the other hand, everyone's whispering. That was the quietest bar in the entire world [laughs]. I never heard a bar so quiet. You could hear a glass clink. I'm on the other side of the room trying to listen for my cue and I have no clue what's going on. At the same time, I'm trying to act completely natural, like I'm having a conversation with the patrons. I'm praying there aren't any scenes with my eyes darting to the same place in the scene [laughs].
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz: Heather Locklear Is ‘the Heart’ of MELROSE PLACE
“She’s great. She’s fantastic. I really, truly believe that she’s part of the heart of the show. She’s so sweet and has a great energy, so it’s great to have her on the show,” Simpson-Wentz said of her new costar at her 25th birthday party at MGM Grand’s Wet Republic pool in Las Vegas on Saturday.
90210: Teddy vs. Navid, Jessica Lowndes is talking it out
Portsmouth (UK) radio station launches soap opera
A radio soap created from the memories of Portsmouth residents is due to be launched after a £90,000 government grant. The New Theatre Royal and 93.7 Express FM had bid for the cash to kick-start a radio soap about life on the south coast. Members of the public will submit their memories and stories to create the soap, MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS.
Rebecca Budig returning to ALL MY CHILDREN
DC's Jamey Giddens is reporting that Budig will recur on AMC once the show moves to Los Angeles. AMC Head Writer Charles Pratt, Jr. confirmed to Soap Opera Digest what has long been hinted at on-screen: Greenlee didn't die but is being cared for by Nurse Gayle in Gloucester on orders from Dr. David Hayward.
GUIDING LIGHT actors help kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Six actors from the now-canceled GUIDING LIGHT made stops at Pittsburgh Panera restaurants Thursday to help kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Young Women's Breast Cancer Foundation.
Conde Nast's Townsend on Why Gourmet Was Shut Down
"It was operating as a burden. In the middle of this decade it was a profitable business, but having two of those businesses did not help the situation. And the dominant business -- particularly with the consumer -- is Bon Appetit, which emerged as the considerably stronger business."