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The Bold and the Beautiful Fan Event 2019 (Photos)

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On Saturday, fans traveled around the world and the United States to come to the every two-year fan event for those who love CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. Most of the cast were present to say ‘hello” and “thank you for tuning-in” and to sign some autographs and take some photos with adoring legions of fans. The event took place at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel.

In attendance were: Darin Brooks, Denise Richards, Nia Sioux, Adain Bradley, Kiara Barnes, Matthew Atkinson, Aaron D. Spears, Jennifer Gareis, Brad Bell, Alley Mills, Dick Christie, Scott Clifton, Finnegan George, Heather Tom, Katherine Kelly Lang, John McCook, Rena Sofer, Annika Noelle, Courtney Hope, and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood.  Unable to attend were cast members, Thorsten Kaye and Katrina Bowden.

Before the fans broke off into autograph lines, B&B’s Supervising Producer, Casey Kasprzyk emceed some very fun panels on-stage with the cast.  A great time was had by all.

Now below check out some of the shots backstage with the cast before they met their fans as another fan event is in the records book.

If you attended the B&B Fan Event 2019, let us know who you were most excited to meet via the comment section below!

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Nice! Wish I could have been there.

Memo to anyone who went I applaud you because personally I could not go and not want to strangle Brad Bell

Funny. Based on what he has put on screen for the last 15 years, he definitely did not inherit his father’s skill for soaps. I can’t watch B&B. It is too frustrating. There are so many possibilities over the years that could be pursued to make it a compelling show but, alas, the show remains the same thing all the time.

Unlike the other shows, you can’t explain the poor quality by pointing to a revolving door of producers and writers. Bell deserves all the credit for this junk. It really is a shame. How B&B manages to hold ANY audience is a mystery to me.

Sure wish I could of came. I have been there a few times and they were the best times in my life. The one in 2000 was so much fun I will never for get. I have a daughter in hospice and just could not leave this year. But if any one that hasn’t been there you should go some time. It is so much fun.


The Bold and the Beautiful Celebrates 12 Daytime Emmy Nominations (Photos)

When the nominations were announced for the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, CBS daytime’s The Bold and the Beautiful was sitting pretty, not only did they tie for the most nods with 12 along with its sister soap, The Young and the Restless, but they landed an impressive 7 nominations in the acting categories.

In a first for B&B, three leading men from the show are all competing in the same category: Thorsten Kaye (Ridge), John McCook (Eric) and Scott Clifton (Liam). Each of these actors have won in this category previously with Clifton winning two other gold statuettes during his run as Liam in the now defunct Younger category and in the Supporting Actor category.

B&B also landed two of its leading ladies in the Leading Actress category, original series star, Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke) and Annika Noelle (Hope). In addition, Jennifer Gareis (Donna) received her first nomination in the Supporting Actress category, while Ashley Jones’ visit as Bridget Forrester nabbed her a nod in the Guest Performer category.

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Celebrating their accomplishments with an on set gathering, B&B’s executive producer and head writer presided over the festivities, acknowledging all the nominated performers and technical teams from the show including: Outstanding Directing Team along with Outstanding Writing Team which includes series cast member, Lawrence Saint-Victor, who not only plays Carter Walton, but is part of the scribe team.

Here’s a look at some of the snaps from B&B’s celebration below:

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Scott Clifton gets some acknowledgements from his boss, Brad Bell.

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Cynthia Popp and the rest of the nominated directing team from B&B.

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The nominated Logan sisters: Jennifer Gareis and Katherine Kelly Lang.

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Two of the members of the B&B nominated writing team, Lawrence Saint-Victor with Brad Bell.

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Lead Actress nominees for this year’s Daytime Emmys from The Bold and the Beautiful; the on-screen mother/daughter duo of Katherine Kelly Lang and Annika Noelle.

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Thorsten Kaye had just a few words to share on his Emmy nomination. He won in the Lead Actor category in 2023, making him the defending champ.

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It was hard to cut the cake, because it was decorated with all the names of B&B’s Emmy nominees. Congratulations to them all.

The 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards will air live on CBS and stream on Paramount+ on Friday night, June 7th (8 pm ET/delayed on the West Coast).

So, what did you think of some of the images from B&B’s on set Daytime Emmy nomination celebration? What do you think about the series landing 12 nominations and 7 in the performer categories? Will you be rooting for B&B come Emmy night? Weigh-in below.

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The Bold and the Beautiful 37th Anniversary Party (PHOTOS)

Last night on Friday, March 22nd, The Bold and the Beautiful celebrated their 37th anniversary in the very movie-like atmosphere of Fanny’s Los Angeles.

The get-together brought with it many of the cast, creatives, and members of their families plus special guests to mark a job well-done. B&B premiered 37 years ago today on March 23, 1987 on CBS.

Those taking in the party at Fanny’s, located in the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, definitely received the tinseltown treatment complete with ‘Marilyn Monroe’ making her way into many a pic!

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Attending were: Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy) and husband Elan Ruspoli, Kimberlin Brown (ex-Sheila), Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke), Don Diamont (Bill), Alley Mills (ex-Pam), Thorsten Kaye (Ridge), Brad Bell (EP and head writer), Eva Basler (VP Communications and Talent Relations for Bell-Phillip TV Prods), Romy Park (Poppy), Lisa Yamada (Luna), Annika Noelle (Hope), and Ashleigh Brewer (ex-Ivy).

In addition other B&B favorites also were in attendance including: Sean Kanan (Deacon), Jennifer Gareis (Donna), Ed Scott (producer), Matthew Atkinson (Thomas) and wife Brytnee Ratledge, Naomi Matsuda (Li), Heather Tom (Katie), Ashley Jones (Bridget), Casey Kasprzyk (supervising producer), Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter), Maeve Quinlan (ex-Megan), Dick Christie (Charlie), Delon de Metz (Zende), Dan Martin (Lt. Baker), Henry Joseph Samiri (Douglas), Sophia Paras (Kelly), Clint Howard (mystery man).

Check out some of the snaps from the B&B 37th anniversary bash below.

Annika Noelle with the B&B kids!

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Brad Bell flanked by Kimberlin Brown and Katherine Kelly Lang.

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Now mom of four, and a three-time Daytime Emmy winner, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood.

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Don Diamont, Thorsten Kaye, Henry Joseph Samiri, Katherine Kelly Lang, John McCook, Alley Mills, Heather Tom and ‘Marilyn Monroe’ strike a pose.

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How wonderful to see Eva Basler pictured here with B&B boss, Brad Bell.

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Lovebirds Matthew Atkinson and Brytnee Ratledge enjoying the festivities.

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Naomi Matsuda, Lisa Yamada, Don Diamont, and Romy Park celebrating with their fellow co-stars.

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B&B’s Ridge, Brooke and Eric: Thorsten Kaye, Katherine Kelly Lang and John McCook, remain stalwarts of the soap opera now in its 37th year.

So, what did you think of some of the moments captured in the photos from B&B’s 37th anniversary party? Comment below.

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The Bold and the Beautiful 2023 Cast Photo Unveiled

Just in time for the holidays, The Bold and the Beautiful has revealed their 2023 cast photo.  While viewers of the CBS daytime drama series have been seeing new solo and duo shots of cast members in various poses surface on the internet over the last two months, this is the first time the full cast was seen collectively.

Pictured from front row to back are: Tanner Novlan (Finn), Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy), Annika Noelle (Hope), Scott Clifton (Liam) and Lisa Yamada (Luna).

The second row features in staggered positions: Sean Kanan (Deacon), Kimberlin Brown (Sheila). Matthew Atkinson (Thomas), Krista Allen (ex-Taylor), Thorsten Kaye (Ridge), Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke), John McCook (Eric), Jennifer Gareis (Donna), Joshua Hoffman (RJ) and Delon de Metz (Zende).

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The third row features: Naomi Matsuda (Li), Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter), Heather Tom (Katie) and Don Diamont (Bill).  The photo shoots with the cast were taken back on October 4th of this year.

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As previously reported, Krista Allen, who is in the photo, is no longer with the show. Allen reported to Deadline that the third year of her contract was not picked-up. She also said, “The craziest thing is right before I got dropped, I did the cast photo shoot, and then the next week they called and said, ‘we’re not going to keep your third year and thank you very much, you were wonderful and thank you, goodbye.” An insider told the outlet that Allen was offered to recur in the role, but turned it down.

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This weekend, two stars featured in the cast pic, Thorsten Kaye and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, took top acting honors at the 50th annual Daytime Emmy Awards for their performances as Lead Actor and Actress, respectively.  In addition, Krista Allen attended the ceremonies, and she was a nominee in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work as Taylor Hayes in 2022.

So, what are your thoughts on B&B’s 2023 cast photo? Does everyone look dazzling, as per usual? Comment below.

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