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9 de febrero de 2018

Disney Cruise Line essentials: The Navigator App


One of the new experiences for me on my recent cruise aboard the Disney Dream was the Disney Cruise Line Navigator App. It’s a free essential app that helps you do everything from navigate the ship, scout upcoming eventsctivities and menus, and even stay in touch with your travel party while on board. It also comes with a nifty count-down clock to help you get excited as your departure date approaches.

Note: The Disney Blog was invited to experience the Disney Dream at a very reduced media rate. But all the opinions and editorial on the blog are our own.

The first thing to know is that the app doesn’t do much on dry land. You get to enter the date of your cruise and see a count down clock and that’s about it. It will also remind you of important dates, like when to start packing for your cruise.


The real excitement begins once you’re on the ship. Once you’re connected to the ship’s wifi (using the app via wifi is free, but full wifi with internet is an upcharge), you’ll have access to the app’s six main functions.



1) Onboard Chat

Online chat works similarly to a text app on your phone. The people staying in your stateroom will automatically appear in the app, but you can share your contact information with anyone on the ship and then exchange chats. Useful if you have friends in another cabin or meet someone while enjoying the ship’s amenities. There are also child privacy levels configurable, so you can be comfortable knowing they’re safe on board.


2) Activities

Each night you get a special printed Navigator newsletter with the lists of activities for the next day. However, you may prefer to look that up on the App where you can usualy find additional descriptions of the activity. Also included are the alternate times, if any, that activity will be offered. So if you can’t make the Disney Animation session on night one, you know how many other opportunities youll have ahead of you.

If you have a child in one of the kid’s clubs, having a list of activities on your mobile device is handy to text your child and remind them of something they don’t want to miss or to know when an event they’re interested in might be over, so you can plan time together (yeah, good luck with that).


Tip: Clicking on an activities location will bring up the map for the deck plan where you’ll find your location.

The app also has an alert function. So if you want to be reminded about that wine tasting at 4pm, you’ll get a notification ahead of time.

3) Dining

The dining tab will give you access to the menus for each night’s meals. If you like to know in advance what you’ll be ordering or want to prepare a particularly picky child, these are a great help. If you don’t like the menu, there’s always room service.


Here’s a tip: most of the dining rooms share a central kitchen. So if you see something at Enchanted Garden’s menu, but you’re dining at Royal Palace, you can request to have that item brought instead.

3) Locations & Hours

As you might expect, this gives you the operational hours of various activities and locations on the ship. Click on the location and a deck plan will open to get you going in the right direction.

4) Deck Plans Although a deck plan can be found at each elevtor bank on every floor, having the map of the entire ship in your pocket can come in handy. Need to know if you can get from aft to fore on Deck 3? Your App can show you how.



5) Debarkation Information

This is the sad tab, it’s full of the information you need to know to get off the ship at the end of your journey and go through customs. Good to know, but depressing none-the-less.

6) Daily Summary

The daily summary will have port information if it’s a port day, or day at sea activities. There’s also some important weather information on there, along with suggested attire for the evening’s activities.



Another advantage of the app is that its updated in real time. So if there’s a change in schedule, you’ll find the latest times in the app. Paper Navigators are often out of date even by the time you wake up in the morning.

If you’re wondering, your stateroom will still come with two wave phones. But we found the Navigator app’s ability to text one another perfectly fine. Plus if your smart phone has a camera, there’s a good chance you have it on you anyway to take photos. The only thing you need to watch out for is battery use. If you’re phone uses a lot of battery in wi-fi, you’ll need to keep recharging it throughout the day or bring an external battery.

The app is available to download on both Google Play and the Apple App Store. Once you board there are easy to follow instructions on how to connect to the wireles network. You won’t get internet access (that’s still an upcharge), but you will get access to all the app’s features

We can’t wait for our next opportunity to enjoy a Disney Cruise. The Navigator App was a great addition to the experience and now I can’t imagine a cruise without it. Have you had experience using the Navigator App? Did it make your cruise more enjoyable?

7 de febrero de 2018

Kim Possible live-action movie in the works as casting begins


So what’s the sitch? Call and beep everyone you know because Disney Channel is developing a live-action Kim Possible movie — and casting has begun.

Christy Carlson Romano (Even Stevens) voiced the main character in the original Kim Possible cartoon that ran on Disney Channel from 2002-2007. Now, co-directors and co-producers Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky are looking for new blood to populate their upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie.

Casting director Blyth Nailling is leading the charge to see who will play your typical high school student who saves the world on the side along with her BFF, Ron Stoppable, and his naked mole rat, Rufus, as back-up.

The Kim Possible movie was written by Josh Cagan (The DUFF) and original series creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley. McCorkle and Schooley will also executive produce with Zanne Devine.

Someone call Christina Milian to see if she’s up to remix the theme song.




“Mark and Bob created an enduring character and kids all over the world found a friend in her, an average girl who just happens to spend her off-school hours thwarting evil villains. Although Kim Possible ‘can do anything,’ kids and tweens found that this animated redhead was just like them,” Adam Bonnett, executive vice president of original programming for Disney Channels Worldwide, said in a statement.

“As we embark on the fun challenge of making Kim and Ron fully dimensional,” he continued, “I’m thrilled to be working again with Mark and Bob and to welcome the addition of a dynamic creative team – Josh, Zanne, Adam, and Zach – into a world where anything is indeed possible.”

Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles celebrates Philadelphia Eagles win at Disney World


Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles stars in a celebratory Super Bowl parade Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, at Magic Kingdom.

Super Bowl hero Nick Foles of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated their big win by “Going to Disney World!” with a parade down Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom.

In front of Cinderella Castle the day after the Eagles’ 41-33 improbable Super Bowl victory, park guests and Eagles fans lined the street as a smiling Foles waved from a float he shared with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and other Disney characters. Balloons and a blizzard of confetti in the Eagles’ team colors completed the scene.

“World champions,” shouted Foles. “To be at Disney World is unbelievable.”



Afterward, Foles spent some time enjoying Walt Disney World, experiencing several signature Disney attractions and interacting with Mickey and Minnie.


Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles shares a special memory with his wife Tori, daughter Lily, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

It was a magical experience for the hero of Super Bowl LII who passed for three touchdowns and caught a fourth touchdown pass (unprecedented for a quarterback in Super Bowl history) in Philadelphia’s upset victory on Sunday night in Minneapolis. A backup quarterback for most of the season, Foles stepped into the starter’s role in December and turned in a stunning performance in Sunday’s big game. His heroics helped him deliver Eagles fans their first world championship in franchise history and earned Foles the game’s Most Valuable Player award.

After the Super Bowl victory, Foles looked into the TV cameras and announced he was “Going to Disney World,” an iconic line that is part of a TV ad airing nationally.



6 de febrero de 2018

Apparently, Justin Timberlake Nixed The Prince Hologram At The Last Minute


Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl LI halftime show on Sunday (February 4) is still making waves and the latest word on the street is that the pop titan did indeed have plans to use a Prince hologram during his pop spectacle, but axed the idea at the last minute.

On Monday night (February 5), Page Six reported that the idea was nixed at the last minute because of the online backlash following TMZ's initial report. "He was 100 percent ready to use the hologram but nixed it due to backlash from social media and Prince fans. That's why he had that sheet up like in your mama's backyard," one insider told the publication.

Even though Prince's longtime confidant Sheila E. denied the idea of a hologram via Twitter on Saturday, she also hinted that she personally nixed the idea altogether in her Entertainment Tonight interview. "I just said no. I just felt that it was too soon," she told ET. "The hologram was weird, and Prince did tell me [to] make sure nobody ever does a hologram of me. 'If you're still here, make sure nobody does a hologram.' He thought it was very demonic and that's his spiritual beliefs." Meanwhile, a source close to JT explained that plans for a hologram of the Purple Wonder were never there to begin with. "There's no way Justin would ever disrespect Prince's legacy. He didn't change his performance," the source said of his 11-song set.

After sharing a no entry sign emoji to the hashtag #PrinceHologram via Twitter on Saturday, the late pop icon's half-brother, Omarr Baker, shared a thumbs up emoji in response to a fan, who called Timberlake's duet of "I Would Die 4 U" "a beautiful tribute."

4 de febrero de 2018

How Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Paid Subtle Homage to Janet Jackson

The singer reprised “Rock Your Body” with one major difference.




Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl halftime performance was one of the most controversial in recent memory before he set foot on the field of Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday. (That’s saying something considering last year’s performer was perennial controversy lightning rod Lady Gaga.) 14 years after his halftime performance with Janet Jackson became the most notorious in Super Bowl history,Timberlake was promising in the run-up to this year’s show that he was “doing a few things with this halftime show they’ve never quite done before.” If he meant opening small (with a sea of cell phone screens) instead of big (like Lady Gaga’s skydiving stunt), he was right. But right at the top of the show, Timberlake paid homage to Janet Jackson by reprising the song that once got the two of them in so much trouble.

In 2004, while appearing on stage with Jackson, Timberlake infamously crooned the lyrics to “Rock Your Body” that go “I’m gonna have you naked by the end of this song” as he accidentally tore off more of Jackson’s wardrobe than he meant to. 14 years later, Timberlake sang the song again and abruptly halted and shouted “STOP!” right before those infamous lyrics.

There had been a rumor earlier in the week that Timberlake had planned to use a hologram of Prince in order to honor Minneapolis’s most famous musical son. There was strenuous pushback from Prince’s friends and loved ones—including his longtime musical collaborator Sheila E. who pointed out that Prince has serious issues with that increasingly popular technology. The drummer later tweeted: “Family, I spoke w/Justin 2nite and he shared heartfelt words of respect for Prince & the Purple fans. I look 4wrd 2 seeing what I’m sure is going 2 be a spectacular halftime show. There is no hologram.” Timberlake either scrapped his hologram plans in the face of this public criticism, or never planned to use one in the first place.



There was, indeed, no hologram. Instead, Timeberlake opted to have an image of Prince projected behind him while he sang Prince’s “I Would Die 4 U” while seated at the piano. The entire city was then lit up purple (or at least made to look that way) in honor of the singer.


The tribute received mixed (though mostly positive) reviews on social media thanks, in part, to Timberlake’s long and rocky history with Prince and his fans.


But well received or no, that image of Prince acted as Timberlake’s only guest star (if you don’t count that Jimmy Fallon intro)—something the singer had promised during his press conference last week. “To be honest, I had a ton of grand ideas about special guests,” Timberlake explained. “There’s a whole list. I think Vegas has a lot of odds on it, from ‘NSYNC to Jay [JAY-Z] to Chris Stapleton to Janet.” Timberlake was only the ninth performer in Super Bowl history to complete the halftime show solo.
Timberlake’s set opened up with a new single, “Filthy,” before moving into stadium-shaking favorite like “Rock Your Body,” “Cry Me a River,” Sexyback,” and more. Moving between elaborate dance numbers, slow piano ballads like ”‘Til the End of Time,” and rousing, marching-band-enhanced barn burners, Timberlake delivered everything he had to give on Sunday night. The singer concluded with his crowd-pleasing, Oscar-nominated “Can’t Stop the Feeling” as the whole crowd, lit up by cell phones, danced along.


Short of a Jackson cameo, it was quite the show.

29 de enero de 2018

OMG: Here's What Justin Bieber Was Doing Instead of Attending the 2018 Grammys


Justin Bieber hasn't shown up to the Grammy Awards since 2016, but there was a glimmer of hope he'd be there this year. He collaborated with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee for the remix of their international hit song, "Despacito". The song was everywhere and it topped the Billboard Hot 100 list for a record-breaking 16 weeks. It was on constant replay because it was a freaking jam. So, you'd think, that Justin would join his fellow collaborators at the award show to perform a song he had helped make so big. But, we were sadly mistaken.

Luis and Daddy Yankee got up on stage and performed the original version of "Despacito" which is entirely in Spanish. The track was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. Unfortunately, they didn't take home any actual Grammy trophies. But, even with the three nominations it got, still didn't persuade Justin to show up and support all of their hard work.

So, where was Justin? We know he just got back from a super relaxing vacation with his mom, Pattie Mallette. He was also seen recently having lunch with his dad, Jeremy Bieber, and his little brother, Jaxon Bieber. There has been a lot of family time happening lately, but other than that Justin's schedule is pretty much clear so we're not totally sure why he wasn't there. BUT he was spotted by TMZ in West Hollywood on Sunday hanging out with friends after having dinner at Mr. Chow. While the Biebs never won the award for Best New Artist when he could have been up for it, he told the publication he doesn't know but, "it could be" a curse for the artist who do win alluding to the fact that most of the Best New Artists sometimes go under the radar after winning. But, that's all he had to say. Nothing about "Despacito" and nothing about his failure to show.

It's important to note, though, that Luis did ask Justin to perform with himself and Daddy Yankee. He spoke to Entertainment Tonight and said, "Of course we extended the invitation. He's part of the nomination and he helped the song grow even more, and I'm so proud of the job that he did. I'm so proud that he decided to sing most of the song in Spanish... so we're very grateful. He's a good friend, he's a good guy, so hopefully, we'll be able to celebrate together." Justin is reportedly not attending any major public events as he continues to work on his next album. While he hasn't confirmed that, we can only hope that's the case.

Watch the video and check out Justin Bieber forgetting the Spanish lyrics to "Despacito."

The Grammys Fashion Highlights, According to Our Editors

The Grammys red carpet always brings expressive, standout fashion moments from music’s biggest stars. And this year didn’t disappoint. Stars not only had fun with fashion, but many also supported the Time’s up anti-harassment movement by wearing (or carrying) white roses to stand in solidarity and encourage equality. Below we rounded up our red carpet highlights.
Camila Cabello in Vivienne Westwood Couture


Andrea Lavinthal, Senior Style Editor: When you’re ruling not one, not two, but three of Billboard’s biggest charts, you have to bring it to the Grammys, both on stage and on the red carpet. And that’s exactly what Cabello did. Before taking part in a powerful performance of Kesha’s “Prayer,” Cabello turned every head on the carpet in a scarlet Vivienne Westwood Couture gown featuring the designer’s signature corset silhouette. Styled with a dazzling Judith Leiber bag and major Bulgari jewels, the look was pure high fashion glamour. And the singer handled a near wardrobe malfunction like a pro when she paused an interview to adjust the plunging strapless neckline (“hold on, excuse my boob,” she said, turning around to fix the dress).
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend


Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor: John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have been hitting the red carpet together for a decade, and each time they step out they manage to look more in love. There’s usually a collective “awwwww” from the style team when when we see them together. John is usually cradling his wife’s bump and they manage to turn award shows into their own date nights. The Grammys was no different. Teigen, who revealed the couple is expecting a son, glittered from head to toe in a silver sequin Yanina Couture dress and Lorraine Schwartz and Ofira jewelry, while Legend looked dapper in a navy tuxedo with a black lapel. They’re what “mom and dad” memes are made of.

Donald Glover


Alex Apatoff, Deputy Style Director: Donald Glover – a.k.a. Childish Gambino – looked incredibly crisp and untouchably cool in his Ermenegildo Zegna Couture white tux (replete with elegantly textured jacquard blazer), finished off with velvet loafers and Tiffany & Co. jewelry. He didn’t add anything else, so I won’t either.

Maren Morris


Kaitlyn Frey, Style & Beauty Assistant: When it comes to red carpet fashion, I can’t help but always fall in love with the glitziest looks, like Maren’s silver crystal-covered Julien Macdonald gown with cold shoulder cutouts. While the Grammys are usually known for stars showing up in next-to-nothing attire, this look perfectly revealed just enough.

Hailee Steinfeld


Colleen Kratofil, Style Writer-Reporter: Just like her dual movie and music career, Hailee Steinfeld perfectly mixed Hollywood glamor with some edgy Grammys touches that made her look my favorite of the night. Her white strapless Alexandre Vauthier gown was sexy and down-right beautiful, but the fact that she paired it with some rock ‘n’ roll elements with her purple knee-high boots and a bold metallic smoky blue eye, really showed how well she embraced the wild and fun Grammys red carpet in a tasteful and classy way.

Lady Gaga


Sharon Kanter, Deputy Style Director: Lady Gaga walked the red carpet first, and no one who came after surpassed this moment for me. Everything about the singer and nominee’s look was on point — from her Armani Privé jumpsuit and dramatic skirt combination (which she removed later after her performance) to her sparkly smoky eye to her laced pulled-back hairstyle. I think it’s because just like her music, Gaga continues to evolve and surprise her fans, and with this look, she shows off her deeply-rooted connections to the fashion world, as well as her ability to still surprise and delight with her red carpet choices. I was completely dazzled.

Janelle Monae


Sarah Ball, Market Editor: I love how defined Janelle Monae’s personal style is — she never departs from it either, which I really admire. Although tonight, I felt like she took a bit of a risk without not looking like herself. The colorful embroidered flowers seemed really fun and bold for her and the fit of this Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo is impeccable — and I just really love a woman in a suit!

Lana Del Rey


Lindy Segal, Style Social Media Editor: It looks like Lana Del Rey is on her way to a very fancy music festival in this starry cream draped Gucci gown, which is precisely what I expect from her, and precisely the opposite of my personal style. And yet, I’m completely drawn to this dress; the embellishments are both pretty and Grammys-appropriate, the high slit is sexy and the halo crown — yes, we’ve got to talk about the crown — just makes me happy in a way I can’t totally explain. The one thing I don’t love about her boho-babe look is the shoes, but I’ll let them slide.

Bebe Rexha in La Perla


Briana Draguca, Style & Beauty Intern: Bebe Rexha surprised me with this look. The singer stepped onto the red carpet in this beautiful La Perla gown that featured intricate beading and tulle accents. The dress perfectly hugged Rexha’s curves but I especially loved the color, which made the look feel even more feminine. On top of the show stopping gown, Rexha also debuted a new short blonde bob that perfectly went with the look.

Eve


Jillian Ruffo, Associate Beauty Editor: There’s nothing I love more than a lady suit on a red carpet. And while the evening’s looks contained a few (Janelle Monae and Anna Kendrick also sported the trend), Eve’s graphic, black and silver bead-embellished ensemble won me over instantly. The androgynous style of the suit, paired with the graphic beaded pattern and her bare skin makes the number chic, sexy and ultra-glamorous all at once.

Lista de ganadores en los Grammy Awards 2018

Bruno Mars fue el vencedor de la noche, acumulando 6 gramófonos


La edición número 60 de los Grammy sorprendió a más de uno. Aunque por las redes sociales, muchos espectadores tildaron la ceremonia como “aburrida”, a otros si les gustó. El gran vencedor de la noche fue Bruno Mars, quien se llevó seis gramófonos en distintas categorías, siendo la más importante Mejor Canción del Año, arrebatándole sin contemplación el sueño a Luis Fonsi con su tema Despacito.

Te dejamos a continuación la lista de ganadores:

Álbum del año:

24K Magic, Bruno Mars

Grabación del año:

24K Magic, Bruno Mars

Canción del año:

That’s What I Like, Bruno Mars

Mejor interpretación de pop en solitario:

Shape Of You, Ed Sheeran

Mejor álbum de pop:

Divide, Ed Sheeran

Mejor artista revelación:

Alessia Cara

Mejor álbum de rap:

Damn, Kendrick Lamar

Mejor interpretación cantada de rap:

Kendrick Lamar y Rihanna por Loyalty

Mejor interpretación de rap:

Humble, Kendrick Lamar

Mejor canción de rap:

Humble, Kendrick Lamar

Mejor video musical:

Humble, Kendrick Lamar

Mejor álbum de pop latino:

“El Dorado”, Shakira

Mejor álbum de country:

From A Room: Volume 1, Chris Stapleton

Mejor álbum de comedia:

The Age Of Spin & Deep In The Heart Of Texas, Dave Chappelle

27 de enero de 2018

The Scoop: GH previews, teasers, and spoilers for the Week of January 29, 2018

Anna want Faison dead


A sneak peek at some of the action that will take place on GH during the week of January 29, 2018. Be sure to tune in to GH every weekday to see how everything plays out. Jordan has the wool pulled over her eyes

Curtis plans a special surprise

Stella shows some kindness

Anna wants answers

Anna does the unexpected

Anna is filled with disappointment

Peter's hands are tied

Sam makes a vow

Sam isn't interested in rendering aid

Drew's temper explodes

Sonny senses that something is off

An unsettling phone call leaves Sonny on edge

Jason is on a mission

Jason's plans go awry

Monica's guard is up

Griffin is filled with gratitude

Kiki finds herself in an awkward position, thanks to her mother

Valentin shows his softer side

Kevin seeks Franco out to discuss their project

Carly has a word of caution for Nelle

Maxie breathes a sigh of relief

A sneak peek at next week
Carly offers Jason words of encouragement

Alexis and Finn's friendship blossoms

Peter has an encounter with Lulu

Sam makes an appeal

Valentin refuses to leave Nina's side

Down the road previews
Valerie makes an appearance

A secret marriage is brought to light

Nelle pulls a few pages out of Carly's book to get what she wants

25 de enero de 2018

Hallamrk Channel News — 45TH ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY PRENOMS REVEALED!


Daytime Emmy season is officially underway, and the first round of voting is complete. The prenominated actors below will advance to the Blue Ribbon round, where the top vote-getters will receive nominations in the acting categories. The nominations will be announced on March 21, and the awards show will take place on April 29.

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Sharon Case, as Sharon Newman (Y&R)
Eileen Davidson, as Ashley Abbott (Y&R)
Melissa Claire Egan, as Chelsea Newman (Y&R)
Judi Evans, as Adrienne Kiriakis/Bonnie Lockhart (DAYS)
Mary Beth Evans, as Kayla Johnson (DAYS)
Nancy Lee Grahn, as Alexis Davis (GH)
Marci Miller, as Abigail Deveraux (DAYS)
Kelly Monaco, as Sam McCall (GH)
Gina Tognoni, as Phyllis Summers (Y&R)
Maura West, as Ava Jerome (GH)
Laura Wright, as Carly Corinthos (GH)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Peter Bergman, as Jack Abbott (Y&R)
Scott Clifton, as Liam Spencer (B&B)
Michael Easton, as Hamilton Finn (GH)
Billy Flynn, as Chad DiMera (DAYS)
Galen Gering, as Rafe Hernandez (DAYS)
Eric Martsolf, as Brady Black (DAYS)
John McCook, as Eric Forrester (B&B)
Billy Miller, as Jason Morgan/Drew (GH)
Stephen Nichols, as Steve “Patch” Johnson (DAYS)
James Reynolds, as Abe Carver (DAYS)

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Marla Adams, as Dina Mergeron (Y&R)
Nadia Bjorlin, as Chloe Lane (DAYS)
Eileen Davidson, as Susan Banks/Kristen DiMera/Sister Mary Moira (DAYS)
Camryn Grimes, as Mariah Copeland (Y&R)
Susan Hayes, as Julie Williams (DAYS)
Elizabeth Hendrickson, as Chloe Mitchell (Y&R)
Lisa LoCicero, as Olivia Falconeri (GH)
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, as Steffy Forrester Spencer (B&B)
Mishael Morgan, as Hilary Curtis (Y&R)
Arianne Zucker, as Nicole Walker (DAYS)

OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Darin Brooks, as Wyatt Spencer (B&B)
Steve Burton, as Jason Morgan/Patient 6 (GH)
Chad Duell, as Michael Corinthos (GH)
Bryton James, as Devon Hamilton (Y&R)
Wally Kurth, as Ned Quartermaine (GH)
Chandler Massey, as Will Horton (DAYS)
Anthony Montgomery, as Dr Andre Maddox (GH)
Greg Rikaart, as Kevin Baldwin (Y&R)
James Patrick Stuart, as Valentin Cassadine (GH)
Greg Vaughan, as Eric Brady (DAYS)

OUTSTANDING YOUNGER ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Reign Edwards, as Nicole Avant Forrester (B&B)
Hayley Erin, as Kiki Jerome (GH)
Cait Fairbanks, as Tessa Porter (Y&R)
Courtney Grosbeck, as Coco Spectra (B&B)
Olivia Rose Keegan, as Claire Brady (DAYS)
Victoria Konefal, as Ciara Brady (DAYS)
Chloe Lanier, as Nelle Benson (GH)
Eden McCoy, as Josslyn Jacks (GH)
Paige Searcy, as Jade Michaels (DAYS)
Lexie Stevenson, as Mattie Ashby (Y&R)

OUTSTANDING YOUNGER ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Lucas Adams, as Tripp Dalton (DAYS)
Rome Flynn, as Zende Forrester (B&B)
Pierson Fode, as Thomas Forrester (B&B)
Noah Alexander Gerry, as Charlie Ashby (Y&R)
James Lastovic, as Joey Johnson (DAYS)
Tristan Lake Leabu, as Reed Hellstrom (Y&R)
Casey Moss, as JJ Deveraux (DAYS)
Garren Stitt, as Oscar Nero (GH)
Anthony Turpel, as Ridge Forrester Jr “RJ” (B&B)
Hudson West, as Jake Webber (GH)

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

How sweet! Last night after Zendaya picked up a Kid’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Star, her fellow nominees, Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron an...