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FIRST LOOK: CBS Daytime After Dark Photo Gallery!

Photo Credit: HutchinsPhoto.com

Photo Credit: HutchinsPhoto.com

The stars of the CBS Daytime line-up were out in full force on Tuesday night for a very fun night for a very special cause!

For the first time, CBS Daytime partnered up with Stand Up To Cancer for a night of comedy and Cancer Awareness for the show entitled CBS Daytime After Dark, where four of the most familiar faces in the CBS day-part showed their incredible comedic timing, talents, and how they can make a live audience filled with celebrities, network executives, and fans, all laugh in unison to at times, some very raucous and raunchy stand-up comedy content!

Rousing performances were delivered by Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady, who practically stole the show with his improv skills and rousing rendition of Prince, while making up the lyrics on the fly to a title of a tune given to him by an audience member. The Talk’s  Sheryl Underwood’s incredible stream of consciousness when reliving how she landed her hosting gig on The Talk, was one of the funniest bits we have ever seen.  The Talk’s Aisha Tyler showed a completely different side of herself with some heavily rated-R content about marriage! And The Price is Right’s Drew Carey closed the show with a routine that had the live audience in stitches!

While that was what went down inside the room, held at the world famous Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip, prior to the big show, many of your favorites from The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful, and the entire CBS Daytime line-up, took to the red carpet arrivals area! Now, On-Air On-Soaps has this first look photo gallery of the “Who’s Who” of the night!  Check out Y&R’s  Sharon Case, Steve Burton, Melissa Claire Egan, Joshua Morrow, Michael Muhney, Christian LeBlanc, Peter Bergman, and Sean Carrigan.  B&B’s Katherine Kelly Lang, Kim Matula, Brad and Colleen Bell, and Lawrence Saint-Victor.  Criminal Minds star, Shemar Moore, The Price is Right’s Drew Carey and Rachel Reynolds, Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady, The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen.  Plus, CBS network executives, Angelica McDaniel and Les Moonves, Survivor’s Malcolm Freiberg and more as arrive in support of this worthy cause and to enjoy a good laugh!

Now after the jump check out our very special first look photo gallery with our special captions, and let us know who was your favorite from our red carpet photos!

To view the gallery you can either view as a slideshow, or to go to the next group of images hit the NEXT GROUP icon to the right of the + sign

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Photo Credit: HutchinsPhoto.com

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Dr. Oz Set to Announce Candidacy For Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Seat; Will Likely Take Break from Talk Show

There is a new celebrity who has entered the political arena.  This time it’s Daytime Emmy-winning talk show host, Dr. Mehmet Oz.

According to TMZ overnight, Dr. Oz will announce his intentions to run for the republican U. S. Senate seat in Pennyslvania.

Oz will run for republican Pat Toomey’s seat.  Toomey is set to retire.

Sources tell TMZ that Oz has already made a multi-million dollar media buy in the state for his political run, and that he make the official announcement on Tuesday night on Fox News Channel’s Hannity,

The report also shares that Dr, Oz already has a  full campaign staff former National Republican Senatorial Committee head, Chris Hansen.

As to the future of the Dr. Oz show, it would appear that Oz would likely take a step back from the show over the next few months, but that has yet to be confirmed.

So, if the report holds true, what do you think of Dr. Mehmet Oz running for a republican senate seat? Comment below.

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OLTL Alum Arlene Dahl Dead At 96, Son Lorenzo Lamas Shares: “She Was The Most Positive Influence In My Life”

Another loss for the soap world and its extended family.  Arlene Dahl, who had a notable career in film and television, and who appeared on both One Life to Live and All My Children, has passed away at the age of 96.

Her son, former Falcon Crest and The Bold and the Beautiful star, Lorenzo Lamas (Ex-Lance and Ex-Hector, respectively), shared the news via his Facebook page: “Mom passed away this morning in New York. She was the most positive influence on my life. I will remember her laughter, her joy, her dignity as she navigated the challenges that she faced. Never an ill word about anyone crossed her lips. Her ability to forgive left me speechless at times. She truly was a force of nature and as we got closer in my adult life, I leaned on her more and more as my life counselor and the person I knew that lived and loved to the fullest. My sympathies go to her loving husband @marcrosennyc who, for the last 37 years, made her life so wonderful and joyous. Love you mom forever ♥️ #ArleneDahl #Moviestar #legend #mom #RIP”

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Dahl came on to One life to Live as Lucinda Schenk Wilson, the selfish and manipulative mother of Mimi King played by Kristin Meadows.  Arlene made appearances on the ABC soap starting in 1981 and eventually was offered a one-year contract that took her through till 1984. A decade later, Dahl came on to play Lady Lucille on All My Children for a short time.

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On One Life to Live, Arlene mixed it up with Phillip Carey’s Asa Buchanan and Jeremy Slate’s Chuck Wilson.  Dahl is also well-known as one of the regular panelists on the game show, What’s My Line?

While still working in TV and films, Arlene branched out into beauty and cosmetics, eventually becoming an executive and beauty columnist.

Throughout her life, Arlene was married six times.  She had been married to Marc Rosen since 1984 and they remained together till her death.  She is survived by her son Lorenzo, two other children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Watch Arlene with Phillip Carey in scenes from OLTL below.

Then share your condolences to Arlene’s family, and share your remembrances, via the comment section.

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Guiding Light’s Robert Newman Pays Tribute to the Brilliance of Lisa Brown

On Sunday, longtime Guiding Light mainstay, Robert Newman (Ex-Josh Lewis), shared a heartfelt message on his Facebook page on the death of his former co-star, Lisa Brown (Ex-Nola Reardon).

As previously reported, Brown passed away earlier this week at the age of 67 from cancer. She portrayed the beloved role of Nola on the CBS soap opera from 1980-1985 and was front and center in many stories which featured Nola’s antics, fantasies, and of course, her love affair with Quint, the late Michael Tylo.

In his message on Brown’s death, Robert Newman expressed: “I was greatly saddened to hear of the sudden death of the great Lisa Brown. When I first joined the show in 1981, Lisa was pretty much the center of everything. A real whirlwind. Her work with the late Michael Tylo was fantastic. I particularly have fond memories of Nola’s fantasies …Wizard of Oz, Casablanca, etc. I don’t think I was ever a part of those fantasies, but I remember watching them being taped in the studio and she was just amazing.”

Newman goes on to say: “One of my fondest Lisa memories, however, was sitting in the audience at the Winter Garden Theater in NYC watching Lisa head up the cast of 42nd Street with Lee Roy Reams in 1981 or so. It was one of those times when you see a colleague that you know from one genre, Daytime Drama, in an entirely different genre, Musical Comedy, and you are completely surprised and blown away. Again, she was just fantastic in the role and I as a fellow musical comedy performer, I had great, great respect for her. Below is a clip from a television performance of her as Peggy in 42nd Street. Her death at such a young age is a great loss to the daytime community. Love and prayers to her family and friends.”

Michael Fairman TV also shares below the video posted by Robert below, which reminds us of just how multi-talented Lisa was for her fans, the audience, and to all that knew her. On a personal note: “Lisa always performed at the ‘Night of the Daytime Stars’ benefit for AMFAR in New York City during the AIDS pandemic that I created and produced.  It was the annual event held the night before the Daytime Emmys, and she was always willing to lend her support and talents to help others in need.”

Share your thoughts on Robert Newman’s remembrance of Lisa Brown via the comment section.

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