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Crystal Chappell Co-Hosts the 25th Annual Emery Awards to benefit the Hetrick-Martin Institute!

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The 25th Annual Emery Awards, held on Thursday, November 10th at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, was a celebration to remember. The event raised $1.3 million for the Hetrick-Martin Institute.

Venice creator and star, Crystal Chappell, who is also a HMI Ambassador and Good Morning America’s Sam Champion co-hosted the awards ceremony that honored Newark, NJ Mayor Cory A. Booker, Charles Fagan of Ralph Lauren, and Macy’s, whose award was accepted by Jeff Gennette of Macy’s, Inc. Joining them on stage was Kenneth Cole, Gayle King, and Ralph Lauren. NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Harvey Milk School alum Kerry Neal gave a heartwarming special tribute to Fred Goldhaber – the first teacher of the Harvey Milk School who passed away last year. Alan Cumming and Christie’s Brian McComack auctioned off a trip to Parrot Cay and 25th Annual Emery Awards Legacy Plaques. HMI youth groups Stars of Change and CHAT stole the show with their performance that honored the adults who have made a positive impact in their lives. And, to cap off the event, Tony award winning actress Betty Buckley reprised “Memory” before the after party, Après Emery, got underway.

The Hetrick-Martin Institute, home of the Harvey Milk High School, believes all young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential.  Founded in New York City in 1979, the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) provides a comprehensive counseling, case management and after-school environment for over 2,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 12 and 24 and their families from over 300 surrounding zip codes.  HMI’s mission of Empowerment, Education and Advocacy fosters healthy youth development via direct services and referrals as well as innovative social service and academic enrichment programs that other organizations around the country now use as models.  HMI is a registered 501 (c) (3) supported by government, private sector and individual supporters including HMI Ambassadors Andy Bell, Crystal Chappell, Judy Gold, Tim Gunn, Cheyenne Jackson, Heather Matarazzo, Carole Pope, Kimora Lee Simons, Robert Verdi and BD Wong.  For more information please visit www.hmi.org!

 

 

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Cameron Mathison Shares He Will Make Summer Debut On GH and Says: “Incredibly Grateful to Frank Valentini and the Writers at GH for Including Me on Such an Iconic Show”

Longtime All My Children favorite and current co-host of Hallmark’s Home & Family, Cameron Mathison, took to his Instagram account on Friday to share his enthusiasm and excitement for what’s to come this summer when he joins ABC’s General Hospital.

No word yet as to what role Mathison will play – and whether it will indeed be Pine Valley’s Ryan Lavery, a new character, or a recast character from the past such as how Kim Delaney took over the role of Jackie Templeton, who has not been seen on the canvas for decades since Demi Moore made that role soap-famous.

In his post today, Cameron expressed thanks to GH EP Frank Valentini and the writing team,  noting: “Almost 10 years after All My Children went off the air I am so excited to be joining General Hospital this summer! I was a member of the abc family for over 15 years and soon I’ll be back: Incredibly grateful to Frank Valentini and the writers at GH for including me on such an iconic show I feel like a kid on Christmas, as I’ll also continue making Hallmark movies and continue to be part of that family as well😀🙏🏼 So so excited… thank you!!!! (More details to come😉)”

So, who do you think Cameron will play once he hits Port Charles?  Let us know and make sure to take our poll below on how you want Mathison to be integrated into the story as Ryan, a new character or a recast character blast from the past? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

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B&B’s Lawrence Saint-Victor Shares He was a Writer of Today’s Episode

If you looked closely on today’s episode of CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful, one of the series stars was one of the scribes for it in the closing credits.

Then, news came from Lawrence Saint-Victor himself on social media that he indeed played a part in the script.

The actor-writer-producer-director shared: “So this happened!! An episode that I had the privilege of writing aired today. It was such a wonderful learning experience. Thank you Brad Bell for giving me the opportunity, and to our amazing writers and the entire team for all of your support. #writerslife #boldandbeautiful”

The episode#8496, also included as its writing team: Bradley Bell, Michael Minnis, and Mark V. Pinciotti along with Saint-Victor.

In story, Carter was sharing scenes with Quinn over Zoe, and there was more drama in the hit and run that killed Vinny.

Share your congrats to Lawrence via the comment section below as he continues to share and expand his talents for all of us to take notice of.

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Karla Mosley Temporarily Replaces Mishael Morgan on The Young and the Restless

Soap favorite Karla Mosley (Ex-Maya, B&B and Christina, GL) has stepped in for Mishael Morgan and will air on upcoming episodes of The Young and the Restless in the role of Amanda Sinclair.

As has been previously reported and brought to light by Morgan herself, she recently suffered an eye injury and had to undergo surgery.

In a joint statement, Y&R’s EP’s Anthony Morina and EP and co-head writer, Josh Griffith said of the temporary swap:  “We’re grateful that Karla Mosley, a seasoned actor and consummate professional, was able to step in to the role of Amanda during Mishael Morgan’s temporary absence. Mishael is a valuable member of the Y&R family and will be back on air soon to continue her journey as Amanda.”

Mosley spoke exclusively with Soap Opera Digest where she shared she spoke to Morgan before taking on the role: “It was great that I could talk with her and say thank you for leaving me such a wonderful path to follow. I also told her, ‘I’ll be happy when you’re healed and able to return.’”

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In return, Mishael took to Twitter and said of Karla: “I am so grateful this beautiful and talented woman stepped in for me on such short notice and allowed me time to heal. I can’t wait to be back, but It comforts me to know that Amanda is in such great hands.”

Look for Karla to hit Genoa City on the upcoming April 26th episode of the CBS daytime drama series.

So what do you think of Karla Mosley taking on the role of Amanda Sinclair? And we wish Mishael a speedy recovery! Comment below.

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