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Soap Notables React To Biggest Oscar Flub In History As Best Picture Goes From 'La La Land' To 'Moonlight'!

Photo Credit: ABC/Getty Images

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It was the biggest Oscar flub in the history of the Academy Awards Sunday night.

After La La Land was declared the winner in the night’s biggest prize, Best Picture, it turns out that wasn’t the case at all, and Moonlight was the rightful recipient.

How it all went down began when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were reunited on-stage to present the final award of the evening, because it was the 50th anniversary of the film Bonnie and Clyde in which they starred. When it was time to reveal the winner, Beatty opened the envelope, checked inside the envelope again, looked confused, took a long pause and then glanced over at Dunaway, who clearly thought he was pulling some sort of prank or embellishing the moment.  “You’re impossible!” she said, “Come on!” Beatty handed the envelope to Dunaway, who announced the winner was La La Land!

When the joyous La La Land team arrived on stage, producers Jordan Horowitz and Marc Platt delivered their heartfelt emotional speeches. But behind them stage managers and such were in the mix of the La La Land team. A flurry of activity began behind them.  A stage manager with a headset started talking to several people, as did one of the accountants in charge of tabulating Oscar ballots.

Next, Horowitz stepped to the mic and said, “Guys, guys, I’m sorry. No. There’s a mistake,” he said. “‘Moonlight,’ you guys won best picture.”  “This is not a joke.”  Platt interjected. “I’m afraid they read the wrong thing.”  Horowitz then held up the card that proved it: “‘Moonlight’ … Best Picture.”

Beatty then decided to step up to the mic himself and explain the snafu: “I want to tell you what happened. I opened the envelope and it said, Emma Stone, ‘La La Land.’” (Stone had just won best actress moments before.)  “That’s why I took such a long look at Faye, and at you. I wasn’t trying to be funny. ” Beatty said to the audience.  “This is ‘Moonlight,’ the best picture,” Beatty said, turning the correct card around.  E! also reported that Warren Beatty was handed the wrong envelope and showed a close-up shot of it.

Moonlight director, Barry Jenkins took to the stage in the confusion and said on the mic: “Very clearly, even in my dreams this could not be true. But to hell with dreams! I’m done with it, because this is true. Oh, my goodness.”

Following the snafu, the accounting firm of PriceWaterhouseCoopers put out this statement: “The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered, was immediately corrected,” the statement continued. “We are currently investigating how this could have happened, and deeply regret that this occurred. We appreciate the grace with which the nominees, the academy, ABC and Jimmy Kimmel handled the situation.”

During the moments that all of this drama took place live on the Oscars after over 3 hours and 4o minutes, social media was abuzz! Many notables from the world of daytime drama took a moment to share their shock, happiness, or commentary on the action that they just watched play-out on live TV.  Here is just a sampling below!

Stephen Nichols: So very happy Moonlight won best picture… even after that ridiculous faux pas. #oscars #lovemovies

Mary Beth Evans: I feel bad for these icons .. a mix-up that wasn’t their fault.

Mal Young:  Bonnie & Clyde still causing mayhem

Victoria Rowell: OSCARS debacle stars announce wrong winner for BEST MOVIE – it ROBBED moment/momentum for rightful winner, MOONLIGHT. “A mess”

Catherine Hickland: Hmmm. That was interesting. We placed a bet on that last award in Las Vegas. We were 5 to 1. They announced LaLa Land won. Which means we lost the bet. We left the theater to come to the governors Ball. All of a sudden we find that we won the bet. There are some disappointed people over what happened, but we won, weird ending to the academy awards. Poor Warren Beatty must feel mortified. What was your reaction??

Jean Passanante:  Somebody posted on Twitter: “Does this mean Hillary won?”

Kristen Alderson: WTF just happened!?!?! #Oscars

Ian Buchanan:  I am so glad Faye Dunaway is not coming to my house tonight.  Warren Beatty got distracted when his long-lost sibling waved from the audience. Re-reading ‘Voyage of the Damned’. In horror.

So, what did you think of Beatty and Dunaway’s Oscar flub?  Were you happy to see Moonlight win Best Picture and not La La Land? How could the wrong envelope for Best Picture not end up in Warren Beatty’s hands to begin with?  Who’s comment on social media was your favorite following the debacle? Share your thoughts below!

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rebecca1
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rebecca1

I thought it was human…messy, but mostly felt bad for Warren Beatty! I KNOW he could have/should have announced there was a mistake with the cards…but this is what I think happened:

I think he looked at it…then looked again…but doubted himself. So, instead of announcing the mistake, he intended for Dunaway to look at it, confer ti was wrong…and then they’d say something. Unfortunately he didn’t convey that and she just saw the words La La Land and ran with it. Awkward for all…

Jenny
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Jenny

This was, quite frankly, one of the most scripted, staged, contrived tv productions I have ever seen! It was awkward and embarrassing. Considering they just pulled a similar stunt with Steve Harvey a few years back, you would think they could come up with something more original! Watching the La La Land crew acceptsnce speech….there was no joy…no real emotion….it was like he was just talking until the inevitable moment they interrupted him. It was too rehearsed….it was clear there was no real shock from ANYONE in the room. Shock is hard to fake even from the best actors. With… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Uhhhhh…you think this was PLANNED AND STAGED???!!!! Like, ummm…fake news?

Ya.

Jenny
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Jenny

Well…lol….duh! Anyone who could watch that and think it was real is just not good at life. This is the BIGGEST award of the night!! That envelope would have been checked and double checked and triple checked for complete accuracy. Never mind that Huffington Post printed a story TWO days before the Oscars with the headline Ever Wonder What Would Happen if the Wrong Movie was Announced as Best Picture? Well…we got our answer. Lmao. What you have to keep in mind…..is that television was NOT created to bring truth to the masses. It was created during a wartime era… Read more »

toscanti
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toscanti

It was a terrible mistake that was quickly rectified. “Moonlight” is excellent and deserved the win. Victoria Rowell, STOP! Anything you can do to scream injustice or racism, Please Stop!

dmr
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dmr

I was thinking the same thing when I read her comment…here we go again…

Mo
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Mo

Ditto.

Addison
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Addison

I agree. VR needs to just stop because in shrilling about non existent cases of racism, she undermines the real cases of racism.

Geoffrey-Martin Cyr
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Geoffrey-Martin Cyr

I echo all of you 1000%. Her continued attempts at scraping every morsel of self-promotion, race-baiting and imagined relevance is pathetic. She has forever sullied whatever #YR legacy she had left, and I for one hope she vanishes from the ether as soon as humanly possible.

Karen
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Karen

It seems she is the racist. It was a mistake, I’m sure they wouldn’t intentionally embarrass themselves like that.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Agree regarding Rowell’s comment. Ugh.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

Its seems strange..like a publicity gimmick or something…maybe we can blame the Russians again for manipulating the voting system-lol….

JK
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JK

IN LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD IT MUST BE TRUMPS FAULT!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

so true

rebecca1
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rebecca1

no jimh. just…no.

it was strange, but real and uncomfortable for all involved.

Celia
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Celia

True, Jim. May have been a mistake. But this poster is always right, so you cannot defy her. Some people have all the answers……

rebecca1
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rebecca1

LOL, CeeCee…me, Addison, ummm, Harry, Rose…you have the same critique for us all. Try mixin’ it up! (While you’re formulating what we should be saying and doing in our “old” age.)

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Oh…and I know you were kidding jimh…but there are actually some people who believe it was a scam…was done for publicity. Yikes, but then again there are people who deny the Holocaust. Takes all types….

Shay
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Shay

@Celia….Or just think they do……

Celia
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Celia

Oh, Shay, Shay. You and I must have some hidden, desirable quality which sticks to someone’s craw. I wish I knew what it was. LOL. Mystifying….
Although I did not watch the Oscars, some of my friends did. The majority agrees that it was an honest mishap….not staged. Who knows?! How old are Beatty and Dunaway?! LOL. ….couldn’t resist.
Later…..

Steve
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Steve

There are 2 sets of envelopes (one of each side of stage). Beatty & Dunaway must have entered from the opposite side of stage than DiCaprio (previous presenter) did. The accountant obviously gave the wrong envelope. Regardless…
1- why didn’t Warren point out mistake & ask for new envelope?
2- did Faye read the full text before declaring LaLa Land winner?
3- why did it take 3 minutes!!! for correct winner to be named?
4- last acceptance speech from LaLa Land producer went on even though he knew they lost by then. Granted he was confused, but, huh?

Addison
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Addison

Steve, I think hindsight is everything. It seems to me that in the flush of the moment and as the audience eagerly awaits the announcement of the winner, one is going to fumble a bit. I am sure both Beatty and Dunaway wish they had handled this with more grace but we all cannot all be as quick as David Niven who famously quipped,”How brave it was of him to show us his shortcomings” after a streaker ran across the stage.

Geoffrey-Martin Cyr
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Geoffrey-Martin Cyr

Actually, Addison … the country saw an example of what to do when Adele stopped her performance at this month’s Grammy Awards. (If you see something, SAY SOMETHING!) It would appear Beatty (and perhaps Dunaway) was uncomfortable and knew in their gut something was not right. But like that buffoon Steve Harvey last year, they just trudged-on ahead without the stone that Adele had when she said “No, something is not right, I’m not going to ruin this for George!” and she insisted the error be addressed. Granted, it was a live show … but in the time that three… Read more »

Shay
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Shay

Or apparently as classy or appropriate to the event as David Niven, either, Addison! I don’t believe this British “officer and a gentleman” WWII-decorated Army vet ever felt the need to commandeer an awards show to air his political views or bash an American president in public…

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I completely agree with you Addison. I actually felt bad for Beatty. Seems to me, which I posted, that he was confused….yet at the same time not sure of himself. I think, for some reason, he froze. Like, what if I say it’s the wrong card (in front of a world-wide audience) and I’m wrong. So, it looked to me like he handed it to Dunaway to confirm his suspicions…but because he didn’t convey his doubt (LOL, he really did look like a deer in the headlights) she just hastily saw La La Land and read it. Yes, of course,… Read more »

clh
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clh

Betting on the Oscars? Seriously people will you turn everything into betting?

Anything that has humans involved at some point is going to encounter errors and to act like it’s the end of the world is just ridiculous.

A mistake was made, was corrected, and an apology made. Stuff happens, move on.

Mo
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Mo

I know. I thought her comment was in poor taste and certainly didn’t need to be repeated here.

mark
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mark

No one saw any of these movies anyway so it really doesn’t matter

Drake
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Drake

Seriously? La La Land has generated over $300 Million at the box office worldwide. Moonlight is more of an indie film but quite remarkable nonetheless.

Phillip
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Phillip

Yes I agree with you Mark, the Oscars were a mess. Lol

rebecca1
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rebecca1

A mess? I thought it was fantastic…from Timberlakes’ fantastic musical opening, Kimmel a great host whom I love and thought was hilarious…to the fantastic sest design which was pure Hollywood glamour.

Very entertaining and well done. Loved it!

Celia
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Celia

I didn’t even bother watching, Phillip. But, I heard it described just as you say. A mess.
But, of course, anyone who maligns or throws classless jabs at the President has no respect for himself or his country, no matter who “holds court”. The same applies to those who find great satisfaction in wanting him to fail. Respect the office if not the man. And the pot calls me black.
I am surprised the mix-up wasn’t blamed on the President, as well……everything else is.

Brian
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Brian

Respect a man that has shown no respect for anyone or anything? A man that has spoken about women the way he has, military veterans, disabled people, Latinos, Muslims, the list goes on, the man that argues with people on Twitter and behaves like a grade school bully. I don’t think so. I don’t care if he’s the President, the King, or who he is, respect is earned not given. I’ll respect him the same way Republicans respected Obama.

Celia
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Celia

@Brian. Hi, Brian, I hear you, believe me. I did say respect the office, if not the man. I would love to move on. I am so tired of everything…everywhere I turn. There’s no escape, it seems. I would just love for some peace and give him a chance. But, the continuing antagonistic behavior, especially from the Hollywood elitists, who have no clue, is getting old and stale. I always hope for the best. There is also so much exaggerstion going on, Brian. We all had our say, either agreeing or disagreeing. It is time to stop and hope for… Read more »

Shay
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Shay

A totally hot, unnecessary mess, Phillip!!!! Quite frankly, the only suspense I garnered from the whole proceedings was the question of whether a Viola Davis victory would trigger another stratospheric Twitter meltdown from NLG….

Addison
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Addison

I saw both Moonlight and La La Land and loved them both! They are both great works of art.

From,

No One.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

i havent seen a movie in five years…too costly, and i have grown tired of award shows that really arent about winning awards anymore-

Karen
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Karen

Totally agree with you.

Celia
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Celia

I do not go to the movies, either, Jimmy. We only go to Disney movies when out, with the kids.
There are many who will not honor some of these Hollywood leftists. ….sort of a boycott.

Shay
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Shay

Amen, jimh!….I have pretty much given up on all forms of entertainment that emanate from these cosseted liberal luvvies….the Oscars were every bit as disgraceful and despicable as I expected them to be, and the fact that they once again posted diminished ratings demonstrates just how out-of-touch these people are with patriotic Americans who don’t care to hear their bloviating blather time and time again. But by all means, let them keep preaching to their leftist choir….they are only alienating an ever-growing portion of the public that has absolutely no use for them, their products or their overinflated opinions of… Read more »

Abruzzfan
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Abruzzfan

I haven’t seen either movie, but I have heard several people say that they fell asleep during LaLaLand. I guess the middle of the movie was very slow.

I found the ending of the Oscars quite entertaining! It was great fun! Nice to see that life happens to everyone. 🙂

Celia
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Celia

LOL, Abruzzfan…the title alone, “LaLa Land” would send anyone into the arms of Morpheus.

Mo
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Mo

It was not Warren and Faye’s fault, although Faye did get a little eager. Warren should probably have said, hold on a mo, and turned to producers for help/clarification. Guess Price Waterhouse needs to make some changes to their procedure. Also, they should have cut the mike off when they realized the mistake.

Abruzzfan
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Abruzzfan

@Mo – I agree with you that Warren should have spoken up and pointed out that he did not have the correct card.

Aria
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Aria

It was a human mistake, but made the show better if you ask me. No one is gonna die from this so let’s not crusifie anyone.

k/kay
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k/kay

Hmmm I thought all of Hollywood was leaving the country when the Trumpster got in? Keep running your mouths for three hours see how those box office tickets do for you!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

And i was willing to help pack Rosie O’donnell’s bags…

Shay
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Shay

You wouldn’t have to, jimh….That line would be at least as long those queuing up for a Trump rally, and I suspect our president himself would happily do that job as a public service to the country! He’d probably even offer “AirTrumpOne” to help spirit away that miserable example of humanity from our shores….

Celia
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Celia

Good for you, kay. You truly know how to turn a word.

Shay
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Shay

More like we have this uncanny ability to elicit a Pavlovian response….as well as live rent-free 24/7 in one’s mind….actually, quite a bit of psychological food for thought going on there……

Shay
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Shay

@k/kay….Who else would even want them????

k/kay
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k/kay

My gosh just watched Casey Affleck in Manchester by the sea !!! Gosh awful I will never get that two hours back of my life!

Adam
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Adam

I was thrilled to see Faye & Warren together, wow 50 years of their awesome movie, I feel bad for them, but Faye is not worried about it and it was not their fault. They were given the wrong card.

In the end glad LA LA LAND did not win, and the Moonlight did win, though Mel Gibson’s movie was awesome, Garfield nailed this true story.

Oh well like they say we all make mistakes and you learn from them and move on!

Mary SF
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Mary SF

It was one of those woulda, shoulda, coulda, moments– but there is a silver lining in this– most of us can’t remember which film won best picture last year or the year before that or the year before that etc…… but NOBODY will forget the year MOONLIGHT won because of this mistake—- and it will also be in history reels about Oscar highlights for all time— so in a way– this film which in the past would not have even been nominated will never be forgotten–

4ever DAYS
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4ever DAYS

Are all the people who were listed in the “In Memoriam” segment really dead or were some of them prematurely announced dead???????????????????????????????????????????

I will never watch the Oscars again!

Mo
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Mo

There was a wrong picture used for a lady who is dead. The picture used is of a woman who is still alive. This mistake should never have happened.

4ever DAYS
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4ever DAYS

Yes, Mo, I thought I should google my question and there it was. As far as I could see, they didn’t announce any wrong deaths by name, but the wrong picture is still disgraceful!

Dan
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Dan

It’s a shame to see a story about the Oscars turn into an occasion for people to turn this forum into political ugliness. No thank you. I get enough of that every time I turn on the TV, go on Facebook or Twitter, hell when I step into the lunch room at work. Do we have to turn this page into a Fox News or MSNBC comments section? Good lord, give me a break. I watch the Oscars every year, I have for as long as I can remember. I usually watch it with a group of friends, and we… Read more »

Rose
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Rose

Thought I would try to find a little humor in what happened. Anyone can make a mistake, and someone will become accountable for it, but remember income tax season is coming up. Make sure you check your accountant’s results. 🙂 But I do wonder why some commenters give a pass to particular candidates who had/have no respect for the office of the President or the man in office at the time, in words and documented deeds, when campaigning. And even have problems with some soap characters similar behavior, but cry foul when others hold up a mirror to their leader… Read more »

blake
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blake

What a mess! After bashing Trump all night the Oscars got their karma. The horrified look on Meryl Streep when this happened was all worth it.

This year’s Oscars also had the lowest ratings in 9 years. People are tired of the rich and entitled celebs preaching their liberal agenda to us.

Shay
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Shay

Be it karma, or even, dare I say it, “Divine Intervention?” Whatever it was, it was absolutely BEAUTIFUL, Blake!!!!!

Ravello
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Ravello

I thought the tour bus bit was cute for a minute but then they stayed with it too long and fussed over a couple tourists and ignored the others.

John Gordon
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John Gordon

I noticed that Faye Dunaway made a quick exit……
Maybe she’ll change her name to Faye Runaway

4ever DAYS
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4ever DAYS

Maybe she ran away to retrieve a “wire hanger” to beat the envelope guy with…

John Gordon
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John Gordon

…or Warren LoL

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Daytime Stars Attend the ‘Hollywood Christmas Parade’ 2021 (PHOTOS)

Sunday night after a year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Hollywood Christmas Parade returned for its 89th edition to mark the tinseltown start to the holiday season.

Several stars of your favorite soaps were participating and riding down in cars on the parade route in front of the crowd on Hollywood Boulevard.

General Hospital’s Laura Wright (Carly) and Wes Ramsey (Peter), Tristan Rogers (Scorpio) appeared along with former cast member, Ian Buchanan (Ex-Duke).

The Bold and the Beautiful was represented by Kimberlin Brown (Sheila), Sean Kanan (Deacon), and former B&B star, Andrea Evans (Ex-Tawny).  Days of our Lives was represented by Deidre Hall (Marlena) and Judi Evans (Bonnie) on the parade route.  The Young and the Restless’ Michelle Stafford (Phyllis) and Kate Linder (Esther) also attended, as did Patrika Darbo (Ex-Days, Ex- B&B).

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The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood served as grand marshal of the parade, and her co-host from the daytime talk show, Jerry O’Connell, also made an appearance.

The parade will be broadcast as a two-hour special on The CW December 17th at 8 p.m. EST.

Check out some photos from the Hollywood Christmas Parade 2021 below.

Then, let us know, who were you most happy to see getting the chance to hang out with Santa? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

Y&R's Michelle Stafford along with her children, Natalia and Jameson!
Real life love-birds, GH's Wes Ramsey and Laura Wright.
Dressed in the holiday spirit ... Y&R's Kate Linder.
GH's Tristan Rogers strikes a pose with Santa!
B&B's Sean Kanan along with wife, Michele Kanan, and their oh-so-adorable dog!
Santa had no idea he is standing next to thee Sheila Carter! B&B's Kimberlin Brown with the man of the hour.
The Talk's Jerry O'Connell and Sheryl Underwood.
DAYS Judi Evans and Deidre Hall with their very special guest, Santa!
GH's Carolyn Hennesy has a new friend!
Soap favorites: Patrika Darbo (Days, B&B) and Ian Buchanan (GH, B&B, AMC).
Driving down the parade route, DAYS and Fifth Dimension favorites, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.
DAYS Deidre Hall and Judi Evans snapping some pics on their parade route.
B&B's Kimberlin Brown accompanied by former B&B star, Andrea Evans and her daughter, Kai, riding down Hollywood Blvd.
The GH car with Ian Buchanan, Laura Wright and Wes Ramsey heads down Hollywood Blvd too!
Y&R's Michelle Stafford along with her children, Natalia and Jameson!

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Julie Stands Up to MarDevil; Susan Seaforth Hayes Reminds Us Why She is Soap Royalty

Friday’s episode of Days of our Lives brought with it, let’s just say, not your typical Turkey Day episode in Salem.  It also moved the story along with MarDevil being exposed!

At Julie’s (Susan Seaforth Hayes) Thanksgiving, Doug (Bill Hayes) shouts that Marlena (Deidre Hall) is the devil. However, Marlena still insists that Doug is delusional and needs to be locked back up.  It is then that Julie stands by her husband.  Julie is on to Marlena and wonders if she should call “Marlena,” who she truly is at the moment, “Satan”.

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Shawn (Brandon Beemer) and Belle (Martha Madison) also believe something is terribly wrong.  Marlena tells them this is ridiculous, but Belle wants to hear what else Doug has to say.  Then, Shawn handcuffs Marlena to take her down to the station for questioning.  Julie doesn’t believe for one second that handcuffs will restrain the devil, and she was right! MarDevil breaks the cuffs and flings Shawn across the Thanksgiving dinner table complete with food-a-flying, leaving him unconscious.

Now with yellow eyes and lights flickering, MarDevil goes after Doug and Julie, but Julie stops Satan in his tracks professing “Not today, Satan!” Just then, MarDevil grabs a knife and in a counter move, Julie holds out her rosary saying love is the power and that the God of love is stronger than the devil! Julie defiantly tells MarDevil that the truth is out and Satan’s reign of terror is over! But MarDevil turns the tables and sneers, “It will never be over!”

It was in these scenes opposite Deidre Hall, that Susan Seaforth Hayes shined as she has done for decades given the material, as Julie went the toe-to-toe with the devil and Susan made us believe that love can win out over everything, especially the love of Doug and Julie.

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In another touching moment in the episode, Susan Banks (Stacy Haiduk) tells EJ (Dan Feuerriegel) from her hospital bed, how she used herself as a human sacrifice for the devil to keep John alive and to protect her son.  An emotional EJ can’t believe that Susan was willing to die for him. However, Susan explains that a mother always protects their child and she would do it all over again when faced with that decision.  Haiduk and Feurriegel also delivered in these scenes.

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With John (Drake Hogestyn) freed by Anna (Leann Hunley) and Tony (Thaao Penghlis), he eventually makes his way into the Horton house to confront MarDevil, but Satan is gone.  Instead, John finds Shawn with Doug and Julie and they inform him that MarDevil had left to fulfill her true purpose.  Just then, Marlena arrives at Ben (Rob Scott Wilson) and Ciara’s (Victoria Konefal). We fade to black.

Now below, check out Susan Seaforth Hayes in a scene from Friday’s episode as Julie fends off the devil.

Then, let us know, what did you think of Susan’s performance? What do you think MarDevil will do next to Ben and Ciara and “their” baby? Did you enjoy the Susan and EJ scenes? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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(WATCH) Days of our Lives Extended Winter Preview Promo

As has been tradition, NBC has dropped their extended bombshell-filled Days of our Lives winter preview for everyone following the annual Day of Days event.

DAYS fan know that on Monday, the second annual virtual edition of the fan fest had its premiere and streamed here, and with it, came this promo of what’s to come in Salem through the holidays and into the new year.

Look for: a shocking return from Eric Brady (Greg Vaughan) that fits perfectly into the MarDevil  (Deidre Hall) repossession storyline and you’ll see why, Brady (Eric Martsolf) being seemingly arrested for the murder of Phillip Kiriakis (Jay Johnson), and Ava (Tamara Braun) becoming unhinged, and Sami (Alison Sweeney ) walks in on EJ (Dan Feuerriegel) and Nicole (Arianne Zucker) between the sheets!

Meanwhile, the annual Horton family Christmas has taken a devilish turn, and Eileen Davidson appears some more as the OG Kristen delivered by Satan.

Check out the preview below. Then let us know which story are you most excited to see via the comment secton.

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