HomeTVDays of Our LivesJudi Evans Discusses Her Return to DAYS Luke Kerr March 24, 2010 Days of Our Lives 4 Comments Days of our Lives’ Judi Evans chatted with DaysofourLives.com about her return as Adrienne to Salem and her character’s popular relationship with Justin Kiriakis (Wally Kurth). Hope does not like Justin like that and she believes he and Adrienne belong together. So she called Adrienne back to Salem, possibly hoping that if they were together, they would get together. "Hope called her back," Judi told us. "It’s all Hope’s fault! And Justin didn’t know that Hope called her. She thought she was rescuing Justin, even though they’re divorced, and ended up finding out that it was kind of a ruse. I think initially she was very humiliated. She thought she was there to help Justin. ‘Hi, I’m here to save you. What? You don’t …’ Never mind! I think there’s a part of her that certainly misses being a family and being together and he is the love of her life. But they are divorced." 4 Responses Ryan-Scott March 24, 2010 When I started watching Days in 1988, Adrienne and Justin were one of the frontburner couples. How nice to see them again. Magic I tell you kids! Magic! Log in to Reply LooseLipsLiz March 25, 2010 That was cute… and they are cute together. I like it! Bring back the love, Hope, bring it back! Log in to Reply Joan76 March 25, 2010 Usually the kiss of death on CBS when celibate an anniversary, hope B&B fares their wrath. Log in to Reply marknsprmo March 26, 2010 Hey hope lightning strikes twice! I always thought they were a cute couple. And he isnt the right kind of guy for Hope. She likes them with a little grease under their fingernails. Justin is too clean cut for our Princess. However he is perfect for Adrianne who always wants a knight in shining armor to rescue her. Always good to see Judi Evans in whatever role she is playing. She always throws herself into it and plays her little heart out on screen. Welcome back! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.