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28 minutes ago, dio said:

speaking of Clayton Norcross... he's looking like a hot daddy, these days. Can we get him as an Eric recast, while we're @ ayyyt? 

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He's always been hot. He should be a recast Lucas on Days and be Will's daddy.

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So Winsor gets tossed aside just so Bradley can get the 15 mins of buzz again by "stealing" Ingo from GH? Just like he got a lot of temp buzz from having Kimberlin Brown back. It's too bad that people only talk about this show because of casting and not actually because of what is ON the show these days. Bradley is trying to get people talking at the water cooler while not offering any water in it. 

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When B&B began, Ronn Moss was 35 and Clayton Norcross was 32, so they weren't that far apart in age. The recast Thornes were a good amount younger than RM; Jeff Trachta was 8 years younger and Winsor Harmon was 11 years younger.


Bradley Bell must have forgotten that Ridge was the older brother when he recast Ridge with Thorsten Kaye, as TK is actually 2 1/2 years younger than WH.


So with Ingo Rademacher coming on board as Thorne, at least Ridge will now look like the older brother LOL. 



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