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Y&R’s Tracey Bregman Receives Replacement Daytime Emmy from Christian LeBlanc on ‘The Talk’

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In an absolutely great way to celebrate Tracey Bregman’s 40th anniversary with The Young and the Restless, the fan favorite star received a very special gift during her appearance on Tuesday’s episode of The Talk.

While Bregman was chatting about her run as Lauren Fenmore with The Talk co-hosts, Natalie Morales, introduced a surprise appearance by her on-screen husband, Christian LeBlanc (Michael).

For in 1985, Bregman won for the first ever Emmy in the Outstanding Ingenue category, which later had been renamed to “The Outstanding Younger Actress”. Sadly, she lost her original Emmy when her home burned down in California’s devastating Woolsey fire back in 2018.

When LeBlanc surprises Bregman on the set of the talk show, complete with a large box, he expressed: “I would like to present this, an Emmy for Outstanding Ingenue, but this time it’s from the people who love and respect you and cherish you, your CBS, your ‘Young and the Restless’ family, and I’m so honored to be able to give it to you.”

A tearful Bregman emotionally said, “I can’t thank you enough for, I’m so overwhelmed.”

Watch the heartfelt moment where Tracey finally gets a shiny new Emmy below.

Now let us know what you thought of the touching moment when Tracey got a replacement Emmy via the comment section below, as we mark Tracey’s 40 years on Y&R with a special episode on the CBS daytime drama series.  Make sure to tune-in!  

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Jackie

That is wonderful and she is so blessed to work with the people she does. CLB is a class act.

Soaphound
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Soaphound

Yes, that was a great moment and I really enjoyed the episode. One grumble: Fen’s boyfriend (Tree? Tre’?) wasn’t a good match. He seemed really out of place and the actors seemed like strangers. Fen almost looked uncomfortable when Tre kept pawing at him and hanging over him at every opportunity. Fen is so hot that, at least superficially, he could do A LOT better. Just my take.

Celia
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I agree, Soaphound—-Fen’s match looks and acts like a twelve-year old—-so unappetizing!!
And, it is always a great moment when I see Christian—-in contrast with Jack—-Golly Gee!! How many times are we going to see him and Diane have sex? Morning, noon and night? WOW!! How old is he? What man has that much stamina? Plus, Jack’s legs are hairless—Ewwww—gross!! Does he shave his legs or does he shed naturally?? LOL

Soaphound
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OMG Celia, do you suppose John Mellencamp had these two ramming ruts in mind when he wrote “Jack & Diane”? Not unless he wrote it while vomiting uncontrollably! Jack must have called his old drug dealer to supply the volume of Viagra he’s chugging! Revolting! And I can’t bear to look at Kyle anymore (which is a real sacrifice for me) since he’s lying to Summer in order to screw Adam over. Adam isn’t bothering anyone; why can’t they just leave him alone? And Phyllis? WTH is she doing taking meetings without Daniel’s knowledge? Talk about self sabotage.

Celia
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Celia

I don’t know, Soaphound—maybe these writers are aging and get a “jolt” by sexual fantasies—they imagine themselves in Jack’s place? Too many pills can sometimes cause a “shrivel and limp” effect. Ha!!–plus, if they must keep up this ridiculous grandpa and grandma ( I really do not want to have visions of my grandparents or parents) sex-fest, do not show an aftermath by having them talk about it—waiting for Jack to have a heart attack if he continues. I love Michelle Stanford, but what are they doing to this character?? She sounds desperate for something!! And yes, leave Adam alone—I… Read more »

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Violet Lemm

That was a wonderful gesture. I only watched to see Christian present it to her. That show has really gotten bad and worse with that idiot McConnell.

Momo
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Momo

That was really nice and long overdo for her to get a replacement.

Karen
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Karen

Wonderful moment for a wonderful actor. Tracey is amazing and loved by the fans , so happy they replaced her award . Congrats on all of it and here is to hoping we see you onscreen as Lauren for many years to come ❤️

olemoneybags
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olemoneybags

I’m not crying. You’re crying!

Fran
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Fran

I don’t really like the way this show is going lately. Just today Nikki said she didn’t want to see the kids used as ponds to get Adam back. She sure didn’t mind using Adam to get Victoria back. Each one has done something awful but they refuse to give Sally a chance.Devon looks dumb with Abby. She is way to tall for him. Bring our Amanda back.

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ATWT Alum and ‘The Addams Family’ Favorite, Lisa Loring Dead at 64

Lisa Loring, who portrayed the recurring role of Cricket Montgomery Ross on As the World Turns from 1980-1983, and was best-known for her childhood acting role as Wednesday in the classic comedy The Addams Family from 1964-1966, has died at the age of 64.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the actress passed away January 28th from complications from a stroke, as result of high blood pressure.

Loring died aProvidence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California.  Lisa’s daughter, Vanessa Foumberg, shared in a statement: “She went peacefully with both her daughters (Vanessa and Marianne) holding her hand.”

In story on As the World Turns, Cricket had a sometimes competitive friendship with Betsy Stewart (then played by Meg Ryan) and had man troubles throughout her time in Oakdale. Cricket’s extended family consisted of Craig, Margo, and Katie, who all remained on the canvas after her exit.

Lisa also appeared throughout her career in series such as: Dr. Kildare, Barnaby Jones and Fantasy Island. 

She is survived by daughters Marianne and Vanessa, in addition to her grandchildren, Emiliana and Charles.

Share your remembrances and condolences for Lisa Loring in the comment section below.

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General Hospital Alum Annie Wersching Dead at 45

In very sad news on Sunday, actress Annie Wersching, who starred in the series 24, Bosch and Timeless, and portrayed Amelia Joffe on General Hospital, passed away this morning from cancer.  Annie was only 45-years-0ld.

Deadline broke the news of Annie’s death.  In a statement, Wersching’s husband, actor Stephen Full, shared: “There is a cavernous hole in the soul of this family today. But she left us the tools to fill it. She found wonder in the simplest moment. She didn’t require music to dance. She taught us not to wait for adventure to find you. ‘Go find it. It’s everywhere.’ And find it we shall. As I drove our boys, the true loves of her life, down the winding driveway and street, she would yell BYE! until we were out of earshot and into the world. I can still hear it ringing. Bye my Buddie. ‘I love you little family…’ ”

Wersching’s first major role came as Amelia Joffe on General Hospital.  She played the role from May to September of 2007.  Amelia came to Port Charles to seek revenge on Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) and wound up lovers with Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).

Later, she went on to star as Renee Walker in Seasons 7 and 8 of 24.  She also appeared in The Vampire Diaries, Runaways, Extant, and The Rookie.  One of her last roles was in Star Trek: Picard which came two decades after she made her screen acting debut in an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Annie is survived by her husband and children children Freddie, 12; Ozzie, and Archie, 4.

Share your condolences and remembrances for Annie in the comment section.  But first, check out some scenes from her time on General Hospital below.

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All My Children

Michael B. Jordan Recalls His Acting Start as All My Children’s Reggie in SNL Opening Monologue

Last night, Michael B. Jordan hosted Saturday Night Live.  The Creed star, who is the director of the upcoming Creed III due out in March, took to the stage to deliver his opening monologue, and right off the top he mentioned his beginnings as All My Children’s Reggie.

Jordan portrayed Reggie from 2003-2006 on the ABC soap opera (his character was eventually adopted by Jack Montgomery).

When Michael hit the stage, he shared: “Yesterday, I had a crazy full-circle moment. We pre-shot some videos for the show and when I got to the studio I realized it was the exact same place where I shot one of my first acting roles on the soap opera All My Children.

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He then tossed to a clip of his 16-year-old self in which Reggie says, “sometimes the animal in me gets kind of crazy” and then howls life a wolf at the end of the scene. Back to the SNL stage, Jordan said mockingly, “I’m pretty sure I hit puberty mid-howl.”

Jordan ended his monologue by looping it back to his early acting days on AMC, sharing: “I just want to say, I’m so grateful to be standing on this stage. Sometimes, I can take myself a little too seriously but tonight, I’m going to have fun, I’m just going to go for it. And maybe, just maybe let the inner animal get a little crazy.”

Watch Michael’s opening monologue below.  Then let us know, what did you think of the the AMC Reggie clip reference? Do you recall Michael’s days on the ABC daytime drama series? Comment below.

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