Showing posts with label Medical. Show all posts
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NEWS: Michael Graziadei Joins THE LOTTERY; DAYS Makeup Tips; Wes Ramsey Cast as Male Lead in DELIVERANCE CREEK; The Hoff 'Sings'

Cher Guest Judges, Brant Daugherty Eliminated on DANCING WITH THE STARS
The Grammy-winning artist seemed to be a fan of Brant Daugherty's "The Shoop Shoop Song" performance with dancing pro partner Peta Murgatroyd, commenting, "You two had two smiles that went together." Unfortunately, the 28-year-old DAYS OF OUR LIVES and PRETTY LITTLE LIARS actor's smile disappeared soon after when he was eliminated Monday.

How to Get Airbrushed, Soap Opera Skin—And Other Tips From the Set of DAYS OF OUR LIVES
"When we filmed on videotape, there was a lot of plastered pancake makeup going on—not to mention the effect of the '80s and '90s," the show's lead makeup artist, Deidre Decker, told Allure magazine. "Now that we shoot in HD, we are trying to lean toward less makeup. I apply base as lightly and sparingly as possible, and I highlight and contour for a natural look."

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS alum Michael Graziadei joins Lifetime's THE LOTTERY
Graziadei (ex-Daniel, Y&R), Lesley-Ann Brandt and Louise Lombard have been cast in Lifetime's dystopian future drama pilot THE LOTTERY. The Warner Horizon-produced conspiracy thriller is set in a world where women have stopped having children threatening extinction of the human race. When 100 embryos are successfully fertilized, a national lottery is held to decide the surrogates. Graziadei, repped by Gersh and Main Title, will play Kyle, a recovering alcoholic and single father of one of the last children born in the country.

UPDATE: Health Care Debate Boosts Discussion of Endometriosis; Kirsten Storms Fans Continue to Share, Pray, Wait

Improbably, Congress and Rush Limbaugh have recently joined beloved GENERAL HOSPITAL (and DIRTY SOAP) star Kirsten Storms in generating headlines about woman’s health in general and, specifically, endometriosis.

On Sunday, October 16, We Love Soaps confirmed that during that night's episode of DIRTY SOAP, it was revealed that Kirsten Storms was suffering with endometriosis. Storms was recast as Maxie on GENERAL HOSPITAL, but for months, it looked as though she would eventually return—possibly in February — with Storms herself tweeting (on December 12, 2011), "I hope everyone is having a great holiday season w/the ones they love... fingers crossed you'll see more of me after the New Year!! ;)"

Sadly, in January, a rep for GH instead confirmed that "Jen Lilley will continue to play Maxie Jones for the foreseeable future."