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Susan Lucci (ex-Erica) will stop by "Rachael Ray" on September 19. While there, she will discuss her new shows "Deadly Affairs" and "Devious Maids." In anticipation of the interview, Soaps.com received a few sneak peek quotes made by the former "All My Children" star.
When asked about "Deadly Affairs," Lucci says, "I’m hosting the real life reenactments of crimes of passion and I’m hosting as a character, not as the Erica Kane character, but it’s certainly a nod to the Erica Kane character!"
Rachael also asks Lucci how she would perform a "Deadly Affairs" like act. Lucci responds, "I just know if I made one of these discoveries like you open the bedroom door and go 'Hi, honey, I’m home' and he’s there and somebody else is there too it would not be a pretty picture."
Moving on to "Devious Maids," Lucci teases, "It’s gonna be on after the New Year and we’re going to start taping pretty soon. The pilot was so much fun to do. Marc Cherry is such a good writer. It’s going to be fun!"
"The View's" Joy Behar will also be a guest on September 19. Check local listings for show times and channel.
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- Lori Wilson