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B&B's Scott Clifton Sings New Tune During Liam/Steffy Montage On Thursday's Episode!

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We all knew that Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer) could sing, especially after the release of his album Girl Go Home.  But now the ever-sharp producers of CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful have decided to let their young romantic lead perform a brand new song written specifically for an important and moving Liam/Steffy Montage set against the backdrop of Monte Carlo.

Look for the song to debut entitled “The Song That Never Played” on the Thursday July 28th episode of the CBS daytime drama.  B&B’s supervising producer and songwriter,  Casey Kasprzyk previewed the song and the choice of Clifton to perform it to Soap Opera Digest.

Casey related, “The creation of ‘The Song That Never Played’ happened very organically. As we were shooting Liam’s reflective montage, I was completely drawn into Scott Clifton’s performance. It was the first scene of the day, and Monte Carlo was desolate. It created an amazing visual. So I scribbled down some lyrics and wrote out a draft on the plane ride home. After Tony Ferrari (co-writer) worked out a melody, we discussed with Brad Bell (executive producer/head writer) who should sing the song. It’s funny, because the answer was literally staring us in the face. Scott’s vocal performance totally delivers. It’s a really special montage that completely captures the Liam/Steffy saga like never before.”

You can preview the montage and the song featuring Scott’s performance here! After you watch and listen, let us know what you thought of it in the comment section below!

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Manuel
Manuel

Wow, Casey and Scott–that was great !!!

davlestev1
davlestev1

Blech..I’m sorry to say he has always annoyed me from gh to oltl..he should be singing the never ending story. .one triangle to the next. .on and on they go..

soapqueenforever
soapqueenforever

Although I really am kind of over done with the whole issue of Steffie and Liam, I really enjoyed the song. Scott Clifton has a wonderful voice and I think it enhances the storyline to have him sing it. On a couple of side notes, I would like to add that I enjoyed the scenes with Quinn’s plane ride., and although I enjoyed Ridge and Caroline as a couple, I think their break up scene was beautifully written and performed. The montage scenes of tbeir relationship was perfect. Once they took their rings off, and Caroline wrapped her arms around Ridge, that did me in and I got all misty. Wonderful, wonderful scene.

Alice Daniel
Alice Daniel

That was perfect!

Nikki
Nikki

Maybe he could sing it to Caroline and she’d grow a brain & go home to Ridge!

jaybird369
jaybird369

Hey Nikki…GOOD ONE…LOL!!!!!

Later.

Carol
Carol

Love love love

Jeanie
Jeanie

Beautiful !! Scott sang with such emotion. Great choice, perfect for today’s episode.

Julie
Julie

A beautiful song, that will be on forever. Scott sing it perfectly. Love him, his voice and his performance.

Patti
Patti

Loved it! I was looking for it on Itunes to download.Will it be available at some time?

dmr
dmr

I liked the song and I thought that Scott sang it well. I have to say, I am so over this triangle and The “Whiner” (Wyatt)-so desperate and pathetic. All he does is whine. The constant photos that he takes and the mention of all of Steffy’s followers-a bit overkill-IMO.

soapqueenforever
soapqueenforever

I completely agree. This Steffie qnd her “followers” is really getting pathetic. And you rigt a about Wyatt. I’ve worked with 4 year olds that didn’t whine half as much as he does. It really gets sickening after a while. Well maybe whe. Steffie catches grandpa and Quinn going at it, we won’t have to listen to Wyatt the whiner anymore. I guess we’ll have to wait and see

LLow
LLow

What a beautiful voice and song ….I usually don’t pay attention to the background music but this caught my attention right away . Loved it !

Lekha Keister
Lekha Keister

Love this song. When can we access it on Spotify?

Jennifer
Jennifer

Don’t see it for sale in I tunes.

Cindy
Cindy

I loved the song…it was perfect for the scene.

Gloria Friend
Gloria Friend

Really love Liam songs need to be with shown on tv with him singing them

Nicole
Nicole

This is the first time I have ever heard a song on a soap opera and looked it up to see who sung it. It was beautiful, heartfelt, and original. Where can I buy it?

Lou
Lou

It’s been some time since I heard a song that really blew me away. Beautiful melody, wonderful lyrics and Scott Clifton’s performance was awesome. Tell him he needs to put this song and other great songs on a cd. I would rush out and buy it. In the meantime, I’d settle for iTunes.

jaybird369
jaybird369

Eric says that he “needs to do what’s best for Steffy and the family”. OH, GIMME A BREAK ALREADY!!!!! At this point, Liam, Wyatt and (especially) Steffy are nothing but 3 whiny, immature and annoying CHEESE-HEADS…and, at this point, that so-called Liam/Steffy/Wyatt triangle is BEYOND RIDICULOUS!!!!! Oh…and I think that Eric and Quinn make each other very, very happy. Bottom Line Here: Steffy needs to BUTT OUT!!!!!!!!!!

Just saying……….

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Nick Cannon Daytime Talker Set To Premiere On September 21

More talk shows are coming daytime viewers way come the fall with the announcement of the premiere date for The Masked Singer host, Nick Cannon’s daytime talk show, titled aptly, Nick Cannon.

The company behind the upcoming nationally syndicated series, Debmar-Mercury, says the new show will bow on September 21 and has been cleared in more than 90% of markets in the United States.

According to Deadline: “Cannon’s production company, Ncredible Entertainment, and Debmar-Mercury will co-produce the talker featuring his take on the latest in trending pop culture stories and celebrity interviews.”

Ira Bernstein and Mort Marcus, co-presidents of Debmar-Mercury, said,  “Our great station partners are hungry for a rising, versatile and dynamic talent like Nick. His light-hearted style quickly wins over viewers and gives them a much-needed escape from the world.  We’ve been asked why we skipped doing test shows and explained there was no need. It’s obvious to anyone who watched Nick guest host for Wendy Williams last year how much he loves daytime talk and, based on the reaction of fans, how much they love him.”

Cannon added: “It’s been thrilling going through this process, and to see the widespread support that the show has received and the milestones we’ve achieved is mind blowing, We’re gearing up to deliver a must-see show and I’m looking forward to coming to you on your TV this fall.”

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So, what do you think about Nick Cannon’s new daytime talker coming your way in the fall? Comment below.

 

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‘Edge of Night’ Mainstay Forrest Compton Dies Following Complications From COVID-19

Sad news to report this Monday.  The longtime star of CBS’ and then ABC’s The Edge of Night, Forrest Compton. has passed away due to complications from COVID-19. Forrest died on Sunday at the age of 94.

His death was reported and confirmed by Compton’s friends and an article in the Shelter Island Reporter.

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As Edge of Night and longtime daytime fans know, Forrest played Monticello’s district attorney, Mike Karr.  He played this key role from 1971 until the show’s cancellation in 1984.  The show was originally titled “The Edge of Night” and eventually just became “Edge of Night”.   The soap which was steeped in murder mysteries ran on CBS from 1956–1975 and on ABC from 1975–1984,   In addition, Forrest along with his on-screen wife, Ann Flood (Nancy Karr) were one of the most popular duos in daytime.

Not only did Compton appear on EON, but he also had soap roles on As the World Turns, One Life to Live and All My Children.   In primetime, Forrest was best known for his role on Gomer Pyle: USMC opposite  Jim Nabors and Frank Sutton as Lieutenant Colonel Edward Gray.

In a heartwarming story where fan meets actor and helps him out (according to the Shelter Island Reporter) Compton was only slated to appear in two episodes a week for the next 13 weeks on The Edge of Night, when he needed an apartment in New York City near the studio, so when he heard about a one-bedroom on East 72nd he went to see Al, the super.  Forrest later learned that Al was such a devotee of  The Edge of Night that he locked his office door every day at 2 p.m. to watch uninterrupted. When Forrest mentioned that he had just been hired to play Mike Karr, the super said, “You’re getting that apartment.”’

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Sharon Gabet who starred as Raven on Edge of Night, posted on Facebook, a tribute and remembrance of her former co-star: “Woody, as he was affectionately known to all of us on The Edge of Night, was a master professional, hilarious, smart, kind and gentle. I spoke with him a couple years ago on his birthday and he was active and happy in his retirement. Rest in peace, Woody, and give hugs and kisses to Larkin, Lois, Dennis, Nick, Joel, Irving and all the other EDGE alumni up there.  THE story about Woody. He was on EON when they were LIVE. It was brutal, but Woody was one of the best “straight face” men in the business. So he is doing a scene with Nancy his wife (the glorious Ann Flood – another “straight face” master). He walks in the kitchen and sits down and his line was supposed to be “Gee, it’s hard to get up in the morning.” as Nancy gave him his coffee. Instead, Mike Karr says on national TV, “Gee it’s hard to get IT up in the morning, Nancy.” There was pandemonium among the crew during the commercial break as you can imagine.”

Now below, watch the opening title sequence fro the The Edge of Night over the years, many of which feature Forrest as Mike Karr at the very opening or at the end as one of the series most well-known and beloved characters.

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Then, share your condolences and remembrances on the passing of Forrest Compton in the comment section.

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Robert Newman Shares Why There Has Not Been a Return to Springfield & ‘Guiding Light’ On-Screen Reunion

Robert Newman, best known to daytime soap fans as Josh Lewis on Guiding Light, sat down earlier this week for a wide-ranging interview on his career with Lauren Van Hemert via her You Tube Channel.

The timing of the posting of the interview as in-line with the date GL was officially canceled back on April 1, 2009.  The series began its historic run on TV from radio back on June 30, 1952, and ultimately aired its final episode on September 18, 2009.

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From 1980 to 2009, Robert was one of the mainstays and key leading men of Springfield, and of course, the Josh and Reva (Kim Zimmer) love story is one of the most popular ever in the annals of daytime drama.

Right off at the top of the interview; Hemert noted that what she was asked most by fans of Newman’s and GL’s, when and if there will ever be a Guiding Light on-screen reunion.

Newman responded to the question: “I get that a lot.  That question is unfortunately in the hands of Procter and Gamble more than anything else … and they made it very clear over the years that they’re just not going to release the characters and copyrights to the show.”

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Robert also added, “In terms of what you are talking about where there might be some sort of production, where there’s an actual reunion, and we see where Josh and Reva are today and that kind of thing (on their probably 15th marriage) … unless Procter and Gamble is somehow willing to shake loose the rights to the show, I don’t see it happening.”

Watch the full interview with the talented Mr. Newman below.

Then let us know, since P&G has made it very clear for the last several years they are out of the soap business completely, do you think its time they just sell the rights so viewers can see some sort of reboot down the line, especially for a show as beloved as Guiding Light? Comment below.

 

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