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GH’s William Lipton Debuts New Song “We Weren’t Done With This Yet” During Cameron’s Heart-Tugging Performance

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Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital brought with it an emotional performance by William Lipton (Cameron), as he debuted the new song he penned specifically for Cameron’s storyline; where he is grieving the loss of his stepfather, Franco (Roger Howarth).

In story, Cameron has been having difficulties sharing his feelings about Franco, and when a guitar shows up (thanks for finding that Trina) at Curtis’ new club, it sets the scene for a heart-stopping moment as Cameron performs a song “We Weren’t Done with This Yet” while his grandmother Laura (Genie Francis), and his mother, Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) looks on emotionally, among others.

However in real life, Lipton, who is an accomplished singer/songwriter at such a young age, penned the track exclusively for GH and it’s now available on Soundcloud.

 

You can watch William’s performance below.

Now, let us know what you thought of “We Weren’t Done With This Yet” which perfectly captured Cameron’s feelings over the loss of his stepdad Franco via the comment section.

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Beautiful. William is so talented. He’s a truly lovely young man going places. He acknowledged that he would be taking some time away from GH to pursuit some other opportunities, but that he is not leaving permanently, so seems Cameron may be headed to Stanford sometime this summer, and William will be showing his talent in other future projects, with Cam returning to Port Charles during various holidays and school breaks, and it will be interesting to see who and how Roger returns later this year. Bravo William!

He is a talented young man, and likeable, which MANY young actors simply are NOT. Let’s hope he grows his hair back…that’s always a plus. Cameron has become a real, fully-rounded character thanks to Will and some good writing that didn’t just relegate Cam, Trina, and Joss (and Oscar, too) to just “teen” stories. While I usually loathe these singing spots, I liked his. He’s got a pleasant voice and sincere delivery. Let’s hope his career is more like that of the wonderful Shawn Mendes than so many of his troubled peers.

This young man is destined for an amazing future. Let’s enjoy him in Port Charles for as long as we can.

With his reduced presence coming sooner rather than later, it’s time to SORAS Jake to a new 16 year old. Hudson West was good, but it’s time Jason has conflict with one of his sons.

Mark Teschner continues to find some great child actors (particularly the girls) which makes it hard to SORAS the characters. Those playing Charlotte, Avery and Violet steal the scenes whenever they appear.

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL…I watched the segment 3 times…William Lipton is extremely talented in acting, singing and song writing. GH has been on fire lately and is by far my favorite soap…

Ugh…. between love songs for serial killers, Nina acting just like her psycho daughter, and Brooklyn’s “pregnancy” seriously looking like a scam (probably leading to another baby switch with Maxie’s kid) I’m seriously thinking ReRon snuck in the back door of the GH set and is writing this trainwreck again.

About the only evidence to the contrary is that ReRon would never kill off his pet Frodd. But there’s been a shift from the writing that had been going on since the pandemic hiatus, and (aside from the death of Frodd) it hasn’t been a good change.

You are truly fixated on Ron ! It must be the Satan Bug within you!

I’m the Devil. I always have been. No bugs needed.

That’s my point ; the evil within – the devil! I’m enjoying this!

It was amazing! I told my husband that I bet he penned the song himself. Just AMAZING!

To me , William’s emotional scenes are truly heartfelt! I loved the song.

Wishing Mr Lipton the best. Great song to end his storyline for a while.

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(WATCH) 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Winners Interviews

Last Friday night at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, many of the daytime drama series and performer winners took to the ‘Winners Walk’ to share their reactions on taking home the gold in their respective categories.

Speaking with Michael Fairman TV were: Outstanding Lead Actress winner, Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, The Young and the Restless), Outstanding Lead Actor, Thorsten Kaye (Ridge, The Bold and the Beautiful) along with friend and former B&B co-star, Alley Mills (ex-Pam, now Heather, GH), and his daughter McKenna, who attended the ceremonies with her dad.

In addition, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama Series, Robert Gossett (Marshall, General Hospital) stopped by to celebrate his win, as did Outstanding Supporting Actress, Courtney Hope (Sally, The Young and the Restless).

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General Hospital won both Outstanding Directing Team in a Daytime Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Drama Series, and both former co-head writers, Dan O’Connor and Chris Van Etten, spoke to us following their victories, as did the Directing team led by Robert Markham, Tina Keller and Allison Reames.

The Young and the Restless icon star, Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) along with her husband, The Bold and the Beautiful’s producer Edward J. Scott were the recipients of the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award honors, and spoke on what it was like to take the stage and deliver their acceptance speeches after the moving tribute from many of their colleagues.

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Make sure to check out our red carpet interviews from soap’s biggest night and all the winners conversations via You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel.

Now, watch our 2024 Daytime Emmy winners interviews below.  Then, let us know who you were most happy to see taking home an Emmy for their work via the comment section.

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Bryan Craig Teases ‘Who Could It Be’ in Response to General Hospital’s Returning Mystery Man

Since General Hospital’s executive producer, Frank Valentini dropped a major bombshell of what’s to come on the long-running daytime drama at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the guessing games have begun of just what former GH actor is returning to the cast this summer.

Speaking with ABC’s On The Red Carpet, as previously reported, Valentini shared, “A former cast member is coming back. And I think that the audience will go crazy for HIM.”

That has led to major online speculation that it could be anyone from: Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky), Greg Vaughn (ex-Lucky), Ted King (ex-Lorenzo Alcazar), Nicholas Chavez (ex-Spencer), and Bryan Craig (ex-Morgan) among others, that might be the gentlemen being referenced.

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On Wednesday, responding to a post on the subject from Soap Opera Digest, Bryan Craig commented, “Who could it be ….”  Now, clearly he can just be having some fun with the situation to throw fans off-track, or he might be giving us a tease of what’s to come.

Before exiting GH, the actor won two Daytime Emmys for his performances as Morgan Corinthos in 2016 and 2017.  Craig appeared on GH from 2013-2016 and made a return in 2018. Since departing GH, Bryan has appeared most recently in Freeform’s Good Trouble and ABC’s Grand Hotel, plus several independent films.

The character of Morgan was killed-off the show when Olivia Jerome set a bomb that exploded in the car that Morgan got into, but was meant to kill Olivia’s brother Julian Jerome. Morgan’s death caused a huge split in the relationship of Carly and Sonny.

So, do you think Bryan Craig is just having fun with the audience, or do you think it’s possible he is the big return Frank Valentini is talking about? Comment below.

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General Hospital Daytime Emmy-Winning Directing Team Remembers Johnny Wactor: “He Came to Set Every Day with a Smile of Gratitude and a Love-Filled Hug for Everybody”

It has been a rough year and a half for the General Hospital family losing so many beloved cast members and producer, Nneka Garland.  Now, the Daytime Emmy-winning directing team has spoken out about the emotional toll it has taken on everyone associated with the show, and most recently, with the heartbreaking murder of Johnny Wactor (Ex-Brando Corbin).

The actor was shot back in the wee hours of the morning on May 25th by a masked gunman who was part of three car thieves trying to steal the catalytic converter from Wactor’s vehicle. Johnny came upon the scene after he finished his bartending shift in downtown Los Angeles and was walking a co-worker to their cars.

Last Friday at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, GH was named Outstanding Directing Team for a Daytime Drama Series. Following their on-stage victory, the group stopped by to chat with Michael Fairman TV on the Winners Walk.

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Directors Robert Markham, Tina Keller, Allison Reames and the rest of the award-wining directing team, shared in the joy of their victory, but it was not lost on them the seriousness of the moment as well.

Tina Keller expressed, “It’s been a rough year, and it’s been really rough for General Hospital recently with Johnny.” Keller, along with Robert Markham recalled what it was like working with Wactor.

“He came to set every day with a smile of gratitude and a love-filled hug for everybody,” shared Keller. “I’ve never worked with anyone who was so much light-filled and happy to be where he was. Just so much gratitude and joy and it’s a tremendous loss for his friends, his family, and anyone who loved him.” An emotional Robert Markham confirmed what Keller shared,  “Yeah, absolutely. He was a gentleman. He really was, and we’re going to miss him.”

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GH paid tribute to Wactor in the final moments of the Tuesday, June 11th episode with a title card in remembrance of the slain actor. A march in Los Angeles is scheduled for this morning, Wednesday, June 12th, to City Hall for a call for change to clean up the streets of LA from crime, to help find Wactor’s killer.

The directing team took home the gold in the Directing for a Daytime Drama Series category, in part, due to the episode they submitted surrounding the memorial of Epiphany Johnson played by the late Sonya Eddy, who passed away back in December of 2022. The second episode they submitted was when Anna’s (Finola Hughes) house was set on fire.

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Keller spoke to directing the memorial episode that was so heartfelt and raw as performed by the cast that knew and loved Sonya Eddy. “You know, it was a beautiful day to be able to pay tribute to Sonya and it was a rollercoaster all day,” shared Tina.

“We had our cast giving tributes to her and they all did such a beautiful job. It was well-written and a rough day emotionally, but it was an honor to be able to play a tribute to somebody who’s been such an important role in General Hospital throughout the history of the show,” Keller concluded.

You can check out the entire conversation with the Daytime Emmy-winning Directing team from General Hospital below. Make sure to visit the Michael Fairman Channel for full coverage of the red carpet and Winners Walk with interviews from daytime’s biggest night.

Now, let us know, what you thought of the winning GH Emmy episode submissions and the heartfelt words from the directors on the death of Johnny Wactor and the loss of Sonya Eddy via the comment section.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting death of Johnny Wactor is urged to contact LAPD Detectives Gonzales or Martinez at Central Bureau Homicide at (213) 996-4142. During non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to (877) LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247). Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or go to lacrimestoppers.org.

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