HomeTVAll My ChildrenDaytime Confidential Top 20, January 2009 Daytime Confidential February 19, 2009 All My Children, Days of Our Lives, Daytime Confidential Top 20, General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and The Restless 5 Comments Welcome to the first Daytime Confidential Top 20 of 2009. Each month we publish a ranking of daytime’s current and past actors, journalists and personalities based on DaytimeConfidential.com user interest and clicks. At the end of each year we publish the Daytime Confidential Hot 100 based on user interest and clicks for the entire year. The DC Top 20 is a monthly gauge of user interest. Unlike 2008’s DC Top 20 lists, which were based on usage between the 15th of each month, in 2009 each DC Top 20 will be based on actual calender months. No. 20: Kimberly McCullough – General Hospital Kimberly McCullough fell off the final Daytime Confidential Top 20 ranking of 2008 to No. 23, but this month she’s crawled her way back up onto the list at No. 20. Hot 100 Rank: No. 15 No. 19: Victoria Rowell – The Young and the Restless Two time Daytime Confidential Top 20 No. 1 star Victoria Rowell dropped seven spots from the final DC Top 20 of 2008 to No. 19 on this month’s list. Hot 100 Rank: No. 2 5 Responses Doobiekat February 19, 2009 JUSTIN DEAS,CRYSTAL CHAPPEL,and BETH CHAMBERLAIN all absent from a list they deserve to be on!!!! Log in to Reply south February 19, 2009 ITA, Crystal Chappell has been smokin on GL. No way she should be left off the Top 20. Log in to Reply Luke Kerr February 19, 2009 This list is based on user interest and clicks for the month of January. It is not a subjective list. The people on this list are who DC users have been most interested in through the use of DC. Log in to Reply Ladylike555 February 19, 2009 Crystal Chappell should have totally been on this list…Jason Thompson too. Guess their not as popular as one would think. Log in to Reply eriklovessoaps February 20, 2009 I didn’t understand it, but the explanation made it make sense. I like to think I had just a little part in “What’s his name?” falling on the list. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.