Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler's heiress and heir apparent reside in Salem, U.S.A. on NBC's Days of Our Lives. Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney) doesn't care if she has to lie, cheat, steal or kill to protect her loved ones; while EJ DiMera (James Scott), her dashing rogue-of-a-man, most assuredly does give a damn what his lady is up to!
On Wednesday's episode of DAYS, EJami got into a monster fight over the secrets they both are prone to keep from one another. Of course, their battle turned psychosexual!
Elsewhere in Salem, Miss Nasty Pants Theresa (Jen Lilley) blackmailed JJ (Casey Moss). Will (Chandler Massey) confronted Gabi (Camila Banus) about Nick (Blake Berris). Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) fretted to Abigail (Kate Mansi) and Rafe (Galen Gering) appeared to be giving Kate (Lauren Koslow) the brush off. Big mistake, Rafe. HUGE! Watch the DAYS recap video after the jump!
Days of Our Lives fans were stunned when popular actor Chandler Massey (ex-Will) announced he was departing the series. Even though Massey all but confirmed he planned to exit the serial in the pressroom at the Daytime Emmys last spring, it was still a bit shocking when DAYS decided to let him go earlier.
Guy Wilson has confirmed Days of Our Lives' publicist Jen Lilley's reveal that he is in fact the new Will Horton on the sudser. Here's what the actor posted on Facebook:
Photo credit for Guy Wilson: IMDB
Who needs a publicist when you've got actress Jen Lilley? TV's Jeannie Theresa Donovan revealed during a podcast interview an actor named Guy Wilson has been cast as Will Horton on Days of Our Lives. As previously reported, two-time Daytime Emmy winner Chandler Massey has left the popular role on the serial.
Former Days of Our Lives star Chandler Massey is trying to be the bigger person, following his ouster from the NBC sudser. Although the actor kinda-sorta said in the Daytime Emmy press room he was leaving at the end of his contract in December, the soap has decided to go with a recast for Will Horton now! This was all after Ken Corday gave an interview saying the role wouldn't be recast.
TV Guide Magazine’s Michael Logan caught up with the blindsided-yet-grateful actor to clear a few things up. Here's some of what Massey had to say:
I'm actually glad things went down the way they did," Massey tells us. "I appreciate the producers for letting me out of my deal early because I can now pursue other opportunities I couldn't under contract. And, really, I want what's best for the show and the character. I'm honored to have played Will's coming-out story, and really proud of the Will and Sonny romance. It's important that they pass the torch to another actor and continue the story." READ MORE