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LISTEN NOW: Soap Nation Live With Michael Fairman Daytime Emmy Post-Show!

Tonight on the latest edition of Soap Nation Live with Michael Fairman listen in to our Daytime Emmy Post-Show where we welcome many of the night’s big winners and discuss what the fashion, the streaming broadcast, the red carpet action and much more!

Joining us will be the newly crowned Daytime Emmy champs all:  Days of our Lives Outstanding Lead Actress and Supporting Actor winners, Eileen Davidson (Kristen) and Eric Martsolf (Brady), and Outstanding Supporting Actress winner from The Young and the Restless Amelia Heinle (Victoria) and Outstanding Younger Actress winner, Hunter King.

In addition, our very special Soap Nation Live co-host for the evening will be On-Air On-Soaps resident Emmy fashion expert who had an eye on the red carpet looks on Sunday, fan favorite Lauren Koslow (Kate) of Days of our Lives!  But that’s not all!  We will be dishing and wanting you to chime in on your thoughts on the first ever streamed Daytime Emmys broadcast! What did you think of the red carpet stream and social media lounge, and the hosts that were chosen to handle these chores?  The live show presentation with Kathy Griffin?  It all starts at 7PMPST/10PMEST for this 90 minute special.

To call in and ask a question to our guests, or make a comment, please call our exclusive listener line at 866-246-8923! To log on and hear Soap Nation Live! … you can either listen to us on Blog Talk Radio here, or by coming back to the On-Air On-Soaps homepage ten minutes prior to showtime to listen to the live stream right here on the site!

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We will be giving away during the broadcast tonight two tickets to the screening of General Hospital’s Maurice Benard’s new film, The Ghost and The Whale!  Make sure to listen-in to find out how you can get the tickets. Tip: bone up on your Daytime Emmy Trivia!

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I couldn’t believe a network didn’t carry the Emmy broadcast. Granted, on line, everyone can say what they want, which was entertaining. However, it doesn’t do justice to all of the daytime TV community. Millions of people watch these shows and I think the entertainment industry underestimates the contribution of daytime actors. For the producers to leave it in the hands of those morons on the red carpet was insulting.

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SO HAPPY CHELSEA DID NOT WIN

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Thanks so much Michael! Loved this interview! Almost called in myself but honestly didn’t think I’d be able to talk, lol.

Yes, big congrats to Eric and Eileen, so happy they won! I was rooting for them. I watched Passions for nearly it’s entire run (minus the last year, though I’ve since watched most of it on youtube) and it’s been awesome to see Eric as Brady. He’s great in the role, and I do agree he got even better last year. I also have watched Days since the mid-90s, and was thrilled Eileen won. I’ll say that generally when I watch award shows I don’t really care who wins except under certain conditions. And after Eileen and Eric’s performances last year on Days I really thought they deserved to win, especially Eileen though b/c of the “yelling at Jesus” scene alone, lol.

Kristen’s return really did provide Days a MUCH needed shot in the arm. They had been floundering before that for a while (imho).

Anyway to the Award Show itself, the Red Carpet was horrific! My roommate watched a bit with me and she asked me, “Are you sure you want to watch this? These girls are terrible.” I can’t even believe that was allowed. Now I will say they were not terrible with everyone, just most everyone. And the girls inside were not as bad as the ones on the carpet (and for some reason the girls in the black dresses were worse than the two in the white). But when they asked Joe Mascolo what made him legendary, it was a real “oh hell no” moment. I’m 27, so not much older than them, and the whole situation just made me really sad.

The awards itself though were pretty nice! Without a doubt the best in many years. I really hated the Vegas awards and the HLN were worse. Loved Kathy Griffin making fun of the Robin Meade country singing & that stupid couch, so bad!

One final note, I’m a bit upset by how Days handled Chandler Massey’s win. Not only did someone provide the wrong clip (intentional or not), but they also never congratulated him on FB! Not a huge deal in the grand scheme of things but come on, at least act appropriately given that he played a pivotal role for several years. And this is not coming from a Will or Wilson superfan, but just from a regular superfan of Days who thinks Guy Wilson is doing great (better with Sonny than Chandler) but also thinks Days needs to treat their actors with decency and not anger/spite.

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SHARON CASE SHOULD OF WON BUT SHE LOOKED AMAZING

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DAYS Kate Mansi Talks ‘Chad & Abby in Paris’ With KTLA Morning News

If you’ve downloaded the DOOL app, you are now catching chapter 2 of the successful app series, Chad & Abby in Paris, featuring Days of our Lives stars, Kate Mansi (Abigail) and Billy Flynn (Chad).

In the series, the duo known as “Chabby” is in Paris with their children, while dealing with intrusions in their relationship that seem to draw them closer together and make them stronger as a couple.

Last Friday, Kate Mansi was the special guest on the KTLA Morning News out in Los Angeles with entertainment guru, Sam Rubin and the morning news team.

During her segment, Kate discussed: what makes Chad & Abby in Paris different than the regular airshows of Days of our Lives. how she directed some scenes on an upcoming episode of the app series, how she is looking forward to getting more into directing in addition to her acting career, plus here real-life engagement.

Mansi revealed that Chad and Abby will be back on-screen on new episodes of NBC’s Days of our Lives this fall.

Watch Kate chat it up below with the KTLA crew.

Then let us know, are you enjoying chapter 2 of Chad & Abby in Paris on the DOOL app?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Stefan is Brain-Dead After Getting In Lani’s Line Of Fire

If you caught last Friday’s Days of our Lives, and as we head into a new and dramatic-filled week ahead in Salem, after jumping in front of a bullet meant for Vivian (Robin Strasser), Stefan (Brandon Barash) has been shot badly – he has a gun shot wound to the neck through the carotid artery.

Lani (Sal Stowers), who fired the shot in an effort to stop and take down Vivian for her crimes against Kate (Lauren Koslow), et al, now finds herself in very, very hot water, and none more so than with Stefan’s wife, Gabi (Camila Banus).

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In the waiting area, Gabi shows up and confronts Lani. However, Lani and Abe (James Reynolds) try to explain it was an accident.  Gabi reminds him of how he felt after Theo was shot.  As Gabi runs off to see Stefan, Lani cries, “What if he dies?”

When Gabi arrives in the trauma room, she is told by Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) and team that they worked on Stefan for over 20 minutes but he is brain-dead. Vivian, who alerted Gabi to what happened, and showed up at the hospital incognito in her scrubs to check up on the fate of her son, is trying to make her escape plan from Salem

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Meanwhile, Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) is MIA from her hospital room as she and Doug (Bill Hayes) go to Doug’s Place.  She wants to breathe her last breath there, and wants one last night with her beloved husband.  Julie asks Doug, if she has been a good wife to him, knowing the end is near. After reminiscing of their past and flashbacks, and Julie wanting to have one last dance, she passes out

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Next, Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Eli (Lamon Archey) arrive at Doug’s Place and find Doug crying.  They tells him that they need to  get Julie back to the hospital but Doug says it’s too late. Everyone is heartbroken.

So, what have you thoughts of the twist? Stefan brain-dead? Gabi on the warpath? Julie’s plight and its toll on Doug? How do you think this will all play itself out? Could Stefan come back to life as others have via Dr. Rolf? Share your thoughts below.

But first, for a preview of what’s to come check out the latest DAYS promo from NBC.

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‘Day of Days’ 2019 On The Way

Circle Saturday, November 9th Days of our Lives fans!  The annual NBC fan event, Day of Days featuring the stars of the cast celebrating the series anniversary, and for you to get up close and personal with your favorites from Salem is happening once again,

The event will once again take place at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, California.

The full day of festivities is set to start at 10:00 AM with introductions of the cast, then meet and greets in the morning and afternoon sessions, ending with a Q&A with the cast and more.  Look for the event to go till around 5:00PM

DAYS Stars scheduled to attend will be forthcoming.  And if you are in attendance, you always are in for a sneak peek at what’s to come on Days first, with their very special fall preview, which is viewed on the CityWalk jumbotron.

Be on the lookout for more information forthcoming.

So, will you be attending this year’s Day of Days? Let us know via the comment section below.

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