Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Evening News Tributes pour in for Heath Ledger who first came to prominence by acting as a homosexual athlete in a little-known Australian soap opera, SWEAT, in 1996.

Soap Opera Digest: Elizabeth Hendrickson, who departed her role as ALL MY CHILDREN's Maggie Stone in February 2007 is joining THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS as a fashionista who befriends Lily (Christel Khalil).

Daily Mail: EASTENDERS' teenage stabbing plot sparks 200 complaints to the BBC.

The Plain Dealer: Pat Benatar and her husband Neil Giraldo will perform their original tune "Every Time I Fall Back" while taping two episodes for the CBS daytime drama THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS this Thursday, January 24.

Soap Opera Digest: Tala Ashe joins AS THE WORLD TURNS as Ameera, a young woman who will come to Luke (Van Hansis) and Noah (Jake Silbermann) for help on February 22 — and who supposedly has a deeper connection to Noah.

Soap Opera Weekly: AS THE WORLD TURNS's Craig: Bryce-d for Impact.

CBS: Check out the photo shoot for THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS stars Christel Khalil and Bryton for CBS' Watch! Magazine.

Bedford Times Register: A former teacher of ALLY MY CHILDREN's David Canary has passed away. During her tenure at Washington High School, Mary A. Osborne began a successful and popular program called Bachelor Living" to teach young men how to manage their finances and take care of homes, drawing from football team members as well as other young men. Canary was one of her students.

Cherry Hill Courier Post: Former GENERAL HOSPITAL star Amber Tamblyn takes 1st grownup role.

CBC Saskatchewan: Virgin Galactic says it is one step closer to putting paying passengers into space with the unveiling of its new spacecraft design on Wednesday. The company has so far signed up more than 150 passengers for flights, which cost about $200,000 U.S. per person. Physicist Stephen Hawking, former DALLAS star Victoria Principal and designer Philippe Starck are among those who have signed up.

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