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DIRTY SOAP: Poll results are in! Was it "Thumbs Up"? What duo did you like the best?

Photo Credit: Steven Bergman

Photo Credit: Steven Bergman

The results are in from our two days poll after the premiere episode of Sunday’s episode of Dirty Soap on E!  After your votes have been tabulated in the two polls that we ran, here are the results below and a big “thank you” to everyone for casting your ballot!

For the question posed; “What did you think of the premiere episode of Dirty Soap?” 61.03% gave the soapy reality series a big “Thumbs Up!” And 26.67% said, ‘On the fence, not sure”, while only 10.77% told us, “Thumbs down, contrived reality show, no interest.”   So from this data we can conclude that the majority is digging the show!

In our second question posted we asked, “What duo’s drama did you get into the most?”   Now this was very close, illustrating that there seems to be interest in several of the couples or friendships “stories”.   In the number one slot was General Hospital’s Kelly Monaco and Kirsten Storm  with 32.46% of your vote.  Hot on the heels was OLTL’s John-Paul Lavoisier and Farah Fath and DAYS Nadia Bjorlin and B&B Brandon Beemer, both couples tied for the number two slot with 27.23% of your vote.  In last place and far behind the pack was Days of our Lives star, Galen Gering and wife, Jenna with only  8.9% of your vote.

So now its on to Dirty Soap episode number two this Sunday.  We’ll do another poll in a few weeks and throughout the shows run to check in on your feedback.

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Ellen Turo
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Ellen Turo

I don’t like it. When I say I hate reality shows, I don’t try to be a hypocrite about any of it. I hate all of them, even this one. Reality tv is never real.

I will not make an exception.

Juanita Lewis
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Juanita Lewis

I hate Dirty Soaps Reality Show…

todd
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todd

I thought Kelly Monaco was the least interesting. I am a huge OLTL fan, so of course I am invested in JPL and FF, but I really enjoyed Nadia Bjorlin. I am surprised, because I never watch DOOL. Her story makes me want to see good things happen for her.

Liam
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Liam

I liked Nadia and Brandon the best. They seem like nice normal people. Farah looked liked a spoiled princess who I could not want to be around. Galen seemed cool but his wife is a little insecure.

Joanie
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Joanie

I totaly agree with your comment.
Farah sure eeds an attitude adjustment.

jill
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jill

I agree about Farah. What really disgusts me is the relationship between Nadia and her mom. She seems like a dimmed slightly arrogant chick and her mom a joke and a serious nightmare!

Cahty
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Cahty

True, reality TV is never real, however, most TV isn’t “real”.
That being said, I thought the show was just OK. I’d hoped for more and I’ll tune in this week to see if it gets better.

Juanita Lewis
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Juanita Lewis

This show really sucks..

Eire
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Eire

Dirty Soap was very fake, contrived, dull, and scripted. All reality tv is fake and scripted but Dirty Soap is one of the worst offenders. The actors chosen are not charismatic, likeable, or interesting enough. I won’t be watching any further. I’m sick of reality tv. What network and cable tv needs is more SCRIPTED dramas and comedies. Down with reality tv!!

Dave
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Dave

The best potential for the show is getting to know these actors as real people. To that end, I thought Nadia and Brandon gave us the most insight into what their lives might be like. Just loved them.

Ktten Putten
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Ktten Putten

Last night I watched the episode where Jesse tells Angie their baby died. (I have been saving my DVR’d AMC) After it ended I turned off my TV to go to bed, thinking about Angie and Jessie and the mothers out there who suffered the tragedy of a still birth. It distracted me long enough from my own problems to fall asleep. Isn’t that better then taking a sleeping pill? Maybe when Dr. Oz has his infomercial/show he can suggest watching a soap opera as an insommia cure. But that would ruin his daughter’s ratings. Never, ever has thinking about… Read more »

Val
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Val

Dirty Soap was contrived, and phony like all reality TV. The only plus was seeing some behind the scenes action at the soaps and getting to watch a few of the soap stars. I far prefer watching soaps and other scripted shows that don’t pretend to be “real.”

Madeline
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Madeline

Love Kelly Monaco and Kirsten Storms! I also like Galen, Nadia, and Brandon. As scripted as this show is, I still like it 🙂

nik
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nik

You guys are crazy! This is just like any other E reality shows! It does seem scripted, but I dont believe it is.There are somethings you cant not write a script about!

jill
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jill

Not true! they are all so different. Some good and some not! This one is so poorly written and edited. I feel like I am watching a bad soap…and they ARE scripted. I just wish Nadia would grow balls and Brandon would gain 10 pounds. He looks like he has an eating disorder – as nice as he seems, she looks bigger than him lol

MaryAnn
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MaryAnn

I enjoyed getting to know the people behind the characters. When you see them in their roles you tend to think of them in a certain way. Watching them on Dirty Soaps has changed my thoughts about most of them. I am a long time fan of DOOL and I now enjoy the characters more. Im just sorry that Nadia has now left the show, but I wish her much success. Gaylen, I have to say really surprised me and I think he and his wife are adorable. Farah was a big shocker, she comes across as such a spoiled… Read more »

Jan
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Jan

Oh sad, that there even RealityShow lovers at all.
And for SOAP stars. Guys you’re just degrading yourselfs this way.

MaryAnn
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MaryAnn

Jan, it that is the case, WHY are you here and leaving comments.

Alaina
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Alaina

For one thing, Farah has always been awesome to me. She definitely will tell you what she thinks, but is also so wonderful to her fans. She will always be one of my top favorite people. JP is just a sweet, funny guy and yes, he is that goofy. lol. I think he has a great sense of humor. I actually had Farah tell me she knows she’s not my favorite and that Nadia is. Okay, so I’m busted, but that doesn’t mean I still don’t love her. Anyway, I don’t think they are fully showing how she really is.… Read more »

Christine
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Christine

I didn’t realize this was a reality show at first. I thought it was like one of those internet soaps. LOL. Anyway, just watching an episode now and love it. It’s reality TV, but not over produced like some reality shows. Enjoying seeing the real lives of actors I’ve watched on TV for years. I hope the show continues and look forward to seeing additional episodes.

yvonne
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yvonne

Cant get enough. Days fan for over 18 yrs and love watching what life is like for these daytime actors is pretty interesting. A nice peek into their lives and the normalcy of life in relationships off screen.

jill
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jill

Doesn’t anyone agree that Brandon needs to grow balls and leave Nadia, unless she is willing to separate her nasty mom, from her blossoming relationship. Her mom is toxic!

Joanie
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Joanie

All these people bad mouthing “Dirty Soaps”
DON’T watch it.
I for one enjoy it. I love Nadia & Brandon.
Nadias mother is another story.
She can’t be for real.
What a nasty mumma

Joanie
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Joanie

What is wrong with Kirsten?
I miss her on GH.

nancy
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nancy

I have been watching Days since it started….years ago. I really enjoy watching Dirty Soap since a lot of the people from Days are on it. I think Farah should kick her boy to the curb…what a jerk!!! I really like Nadia and Brandon, it’s cool to see where they live, and all the others too. Galen is hot on Days. I will keep watching.

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The actor also opens up on if DAYS decided to recast the role of Ciara, since Victoria Konefal is not presently with the NBC soap full-time, how he would feel about it and thus the future of Cin.

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Both Cady and Rob first appeared together in Prospect Park’s online revival of All My Children. In this interview, they discuss how they had high hopes for the continuation of the series, how it ultimately fizzled, and what it was like to be a part of the then, groundbreaking first, for a daytime drama series along with One Life to Live.

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Check out the full chat with Cady and Rob below. Then weigh-in: How would you feel if there was a Ciara recast? What are your hopes for the holidays for Jennifer? What did you think of the stories shared by Cady and Rob in the interview? Comment below, and if you have not done so already make sure to “subscribe” to the Michael Fairman Channel for more celebrity interviews.

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In fact, all of NATAS’s award ceremonies including: the News and Documentary Emmys, Technology & Engineering Emmys and the Sports Emmys will also remain virtual next year.

The Daytime Emmys became the first major award show to air a virtual presentation that others followed back in late June of this year and aired on CBS.

In a statement, NATAS chairman and CEO Adam Sharp expressed on the organization’s decision:“The current timetables articulated by manufacturers project mass availability of vaccinations for the entire U.S. population by mid-summer 2021, potentially permitting a return to more traditional in-person ceremonies later in the fall. However, we have determined that delaying our 2021 events to possibly allow for a compressed calendar of in-person Emmy ceremonies late in the year would result in unacceptable delays to our awards cycle for 2022. Instead, we have decided to remain “virtual” in the format of our ceremonies for 2021 while relying on a substantially pre-COVID awards calendar. In so doing, we believe we will be best-positioned to return to a full, on-time, traditional schedule of in-person ceremonies in 2022.

The dates currently under consideration for the 48th annual Daytime Emmys which would be via two or three nights of presentations are: a combination of dates from Friday, June 25, Saturday, July 17 and/or Sunday, July 18.

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So, what do you think about the Daytime Emmys going virtual again for 2021? Comment below.

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The album features various artists along with Peter and Kelly from New Zealand, and the music video was shot against the backdrop of the beautiful country.

You can find out more about the album project here  via BlueAeris.com

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Peter is holding a Q&A via Twitter on Saturday US time and Sunday New Zealand and Australian time, where you can ask him your questions!  Information is below.

To stream or download the album, Joy, you can find it on several major music streaming platforms here.

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