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    Celtic Woman On The Bold And The Beautiful.

    Thursday, October 25 2012

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    The Irish all-female musical ensemble 'Celtic Woman', consisting of vocalists Chloë Agnew, Lisa Lambe, and Susan McFadden, and Celtic violinist Máiréad Nesbitt, will be appearing on "B&B" as a part of Stephanie's (Susan Flannery) goodbye storyline. As a tribute to Stephanie's Irish heritage, the musicians will perform at her celebration of life party. Their song 'The Parting Glass', will be dedicated to Stephanie by Eric (John McCook), and they will also perform 'Danny Boy'. 'Celtic Woman' is slated to appear on Monday November 12 and Tuesday November 13.

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    Posted by ziva at Thursday, October 25 2012 06:59 PM

    Nothing personal to the actress that play the role of Stephanie Forrester thank god she is going I wished her away so many times Justr Did not like SF manipulative woman she does not deserve to rest in peace she was very mean to many people now she wants people to forgive and forget May sounds hatrsh to manypeople but that is the way I feel

    Posted by PamPaw at Wednesday, November 28 2012 09:52 PM

    There's absolutely nothing wrong with humbling oneself and/or apologizing, and seeking forgiveness on one's deathbed. No one should die with a heavy heart if given the opportunity to make things right before expiring.

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