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This week was all about the ladies! We had several incredible performances and instead of having to pick and choose between them, we decided to give them all a shoutout. Check out who impressed us this week and let us know who gave your favorite performance.
Marci Miller (Abby, Days of Our Lives)
Marci Miller continues to prove that she is one of the finest actresses that this genre has ever seen. Her fiery portrayal of Abby confronting Gwen about her lies was an incredible, powerhouse display. That transition from anger to excruciating fear when she asked Chad if he was taken advantage of left us breathless.
Mishael Morgan (Amanda, The Young and the Restless)
We adore Mishael Morgan and her talent! It has been lovely to see her finally getting great material as Amanda. Finding out your mother gave you away is hard enough to digest but to learn that she has a whole other family with a daughter she chose to raise is another. Just wanting answers, Amanda reached out to her biological mother but was met with accusations from the sister she never knew. Mishael’s beautifully nuanced performance had us feeling the anger, sadness, and disorientation that Amanda felt.
Annika Noelle (Hope, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Annika Noelle shines in scenes with emotional weight...and she showed us that with just a few moments in this week’s episodes when Hope learned that Liam spent the night with Steffy. As her anger worked its way to the surface, we saw the character’s weariness of having the man she loves constantly turn to someone else in times of trouble.
Sal Stowers (Lani, Days of Our Lives)
Can Lani not catch a dang break?!?! While celebrating what should be the happiest time of her life as she prepares to take her children home for the first time, she and Eli learn that their twins are missing. Sal gave a heartbreaking performance as Lani broke down fearing the worst and recalling how it felt to already lose a child. We have been fans of Sal Stowers even before she started acting on soaps and just want to say how amazing it has been to watch her grow as an actress. She gives so much of herself in everything she does and it’s wonderful.
Laura Wright (Carly, General Hospital)
What do you do when the worst happens? Laura Wright’s Carly learned the search for Sonny went from rescue to recovery. Proving no matter how prepared you are you can still be defenseless, Carly was forced to step out of her denial and into the world where it seems her husband will never return to her. Laura’s performance was heart-rending as she faced the truth and collapsed into the arms of her long-time friend, Jason.