Ellen premiered a new soap-within-a-talk show, My Fair & Square Lady, this week. In its debut episode, Days of our Lives star Drake Hogestyn turns out to be the groom at Ellen’s mysterious wedding.
Later in the spoof series, which is part of Ellen's JC Penney campaign, The Young and the Restless’ Stephen Nichols and Jeanne Cooper show up. Nichols starts out wearing an eye patch, until Cooper arrives and reminds him he hasn’t been on that soap for years. A classic slap fest erupts and it is revealed Cooper enjoys Fifty Shades of Grey, just in time for an epic cliffhanger revelation.
In case you missed Ellen's previous soap, As the Tide Turns, we've included it for your viewing pleasure too. Check out Ellen's My Fair & Square Lady after the jump! READ MORE
Father Todd will be coming home to Genoa City in February, but it could be the last time. Jeanne Cooper's (Kay) real-life son Corbin Bernsen revealed on Facebook that he will be reprising his The Young and the Restless gig for three episodes, however he goes on to rip the show on how he was treated!
Forget watching Twilight: Breaking Dawn. The Young and the Restless' Joshua Morrow and Michael Muhney have decided to put the issue of Edward (Robert Pattinson), Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Jacob's (Taylor Lautner) fantasy triangle to rest in Twi-Lame. Watch the duo–along with Y&R hairstylist George Guzman and a special cameo by Jeanne Cooper –after the jump! READ MORE
This is extremely good news for The Young and the Restless fans. According to Soaps in Depth, Jeanne Cooper will return to on our screens as Katherine Chancellor on December 23. Cooper has been on a medical leave and the role of Katherine Chancellor is temporarily being filled by Michael Learned. We can’t wait for Cooper to once again wag her finger in indignation at Genoa City’s upstanding citizens!
The Young and the Restless showrunner Maria Arena Bell has issued a statement to Soap Opera Digest concerning published reports of Jeanne Cooper being temporarily replaced as Kay Chancellor by primetime legend Michael Learned (The Waltons).
"Jeanne is an integral part of our show and we look forward to her imminent return," said Executive Producer/Head Writer Maria Arena Bell in a statement. "We have great storyline coming up for Mrs. Chancellor." READ MORE
Genoa City’s grand dame Jeanne Cooper is co-writing a memoir with Lindsay Harrison and, thanks to Soaps In Depth, we now know when we’ll be able to snap it up at bookstores or download it to our e-readers. Reportedly, Not Young, Still Restless: My Life So Far will hit bookstores in March 2012. It's debut is set to coincide with her 38th anniversary at The Young and the Restless. You just know Cooper's memoir is going to be a must read!