HomeTVOne Life to LiveOne Life to Live’s “Who’s The Daddy?” Saga Gets Advertorial Buzz on Perez and People.com! Luke Kerr November 8, 2010 9 Comments This morning, while reading about Glee‘s Sue Sylvester’s upcoming wedding at People.com, I stumbled upon a nice, little ad promoting ABC’s One Life to Live‘s “Who’s the Daddy?” storyline featuring the Brody/Jessica/Ford (Mark Lawson, Bree Williamson and David Gregory) triangle. Later, while checking for celebrity dirt on Perez Hilton I noticed a similar ad. This comes on the heels of the Life & Style photo spread featuring Gregory, Nicholas Robuck and John-Paul Lavoisier, along with fellow ABC soap stars Brandon Barash, Chad Duell, Jordi Vilasuso and Trent Garrett. Could this mean OLTL is no longer daytime’s underdog? Check out the Perez Hilton OLTL ad after the jump! 9 Responses Mrpink1992 November 8, 2010 This seems like great news OLTL! Being advertised on different websites! Hopefully it will add some views! Log in to Reply appleridge November 8, 2010 Thank God. Lauri Hogan So Happy Your Getting OLTL Out There Log in to Reply troymcclure November 8, 2010 I swear if I hear about OLTL being the redheaded step child of ABC one more time I’m gonna scream. Log in to Reply Meg November 8, 2010 Great news! And this is good advertising!!!…using characters from the show like celeb blog commentary. Great job OLTL and ABC! When was the last time AMC or GH was featured in a national pop culture sight in a good way and inventive way? Log in to Reply watchingallday November 8, 2010 It warms the cockles of my heart to see the red headed step child of abc daytime get some well deserved PR. Log in to Reply Ryan-Scott November 8, 2010 Log onto Perez Hilton’s website? I would rather have my toenails pulled off with a pair of rusty Hepatitis-carrying tweezers.. Log in to Reply Nat Guy November 9, 2010 This is a clever advertising idea. Very cute. Log in to Reply miamibeachguy November 9, 2010 I love it! Too bad OLTL is the redheaded stepchild of ABC. lol just kidding Log in to Reply prenest November 9, 2010 I guess the ABC PR department finally realized they should put their ad dollars into a show that is actually worth watching. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.