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Soap World

Soap World No. 307

Soap World magazine is the ultimate magazine for fans of daytime drama as well as local and overseas soap operas.

Pays:
Australia
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Nextmedia Pty Ltd
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1 min.
ed’s letter

Looks like Steffy may have competition for Liam’s heart on The Bold and the Beautiful, as Hope reignites his love. And what is Bill scheming this time, as he asks Steffy to marry him? On The Young and the Restless Chelsea has betrayed Nick, leaving him badly heartbroken and in the arms of Sharon. And Plain Jane Superbrain is back on Neighbours, but why is she really back? What secrets is she hiding from the Ramsay Street residents? Hope finds out Rafe cheated on her on her wedding day! Will she be able to forgive her fiancé? Lots of great reading, plus fun puzzles and prizes for you, in this issue. Enjoy the issue.…

9 min.
the goss !

A YOUNG EXIT After six years playing Noah Newman on The Young and the Restless, ROBERT ADAMSON has left the soap. His final scenes as Noah, who has had very little front-burner story material in the recent past, aired in February when Noah moved to Mumbai to work at Newman Enterprises’ Indian headquarters. “While I don’t believe this is officially goodbye, Noah will not be back in Genoa City in the near future. Hope to be back as Noah one day,” Adamson tweeted to fans about his departures and hopes of a comeback. New films for soap divas * The Bold and the Beautiful’s REIGN EDWARDS (Nicole) and Days of Our Lives’ KASSIE DEPAIVA (Eve) are moonlighting two new films that are in production. Edwards has joined the cast of horror movie Hellfest…

4 min.
a baby daughter

After Steffy invites Liam to attend their baby’s first ultrasound, she sees a glimmer of hope for their reunion. Expectant parents Steffy and Liam should be celebrating the news that they are having a baby in a few months, while blissfully preparing for the joyous occasion. Instead, their marriage has been shattered by the revelation that Steffy slept with Liam’s father Bill, a betrayal Liam finds both reprehensible and unforgivable. Despite the painful fact that Liam (Scott Clifton) has abandoned her and their marriage and has merely agreed to a co-parenting relationship after the baby is born, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is struggling to accept she’s lost him. And so, she refuses to sign the marriage annulment papers. Steffy has strenuously vowed to fight to win Liam back, but she hits a hurdle…

2 min.
death threats

Ruthless businessman Bill Spencer’s despicable actions against the people around him, including the people he purports to love, are finally coming back to haunt him. At long last, Bill’s victims are starting to take a stand against his tyranny and the world around him is looking bleak. An aggrieved Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) may have been the first one to take action against Bill (Don Diamont), even literally firing warning gunshots in his office, but she’s by far the least on a list of people who’d love for Bill to permanently disappear. His long-time enemy Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) ramps up his blustering hatred of Bill and asks Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) to kill him for him! Even one of Bill’s most loyal employees, journalist Jarrett (Andrew Collins), threatens him with retribution after Bill harshly…

3 min.
breaking point

“Alf’s stress levels are about to skyrocket.” The Stewart family are the cornerstone of the Summer Bay community, with the ever-loyal Alf as the patriarch the community turns to in times of need. This year looked set to be the year that Alf (Ray Meagher) would finally have all the generations of his family all around him, now that Quinn (Lara Cox) and Ryder (Lukas Radovich) are in town. But that wish to be close to his clan is fast turning into a nightmare, as he has all but destroyed his relationship with his beloved daughter Roo (Georgie Parker). Alf thought he was doing the right thing by confessing to Roo that her mother Martha did not drown 30 years ago, as Roo had always been told, but is still alive. By finally confessing the…

1 min.
alf’s wife returns

* Nothing’s official at this stage, but veteran soapie favourite BELINDA GIBLIN is tipped as the actress to play Martha when the character finally returns to Summer Bay in the coming months. Martha Stewart has not been seen on Home and Away since the earliest episodes of the series, in 1989. Back then, Martha’s flashback scenes were played by Alison Mulvaney. When Martha does return this year, she will be the character with the longest gap between appearances ever on Home and Away . Actress Belinda has previously appeared in Home and Away in 1991, in the role of Cynthia Ross, the first wife of regular character Michael Ross. Belinda is acclaimed as one of the greats of the Aussie soap screen, having starred in such iconic dramas as The Box and Cop…