List of Shows



    recommended for you


    Tell your friends

    TELL YOUR FRIENDS

    General Hospital - NEWS ROOM

    In our 'General Hospital' News Room, Soaps.com keeps you up-to-date with the latest Soap Opera news on the net. We also feature interviews with the soap stars, as well as local appearances by the actors and actresses.

    General Hospital Alum Antonio Sabato Jr. On Stars In Danger.

    Monday, December 10 2012


    (Nikki Nelson/WENN.com)
    Taking the dive.

    Former "GH" actor Antonio Sabato Jr. (ex-Jagger) continues his career as a reality TV star as one of the contestants on the new series, "Stars In Danger." The show, from the FOX network, will follow celebs as they train with professional athletes and then attempt Olympic-style dives. Sabato Jr. has previously starred on such series as "My Antonio," "Celebrity Circus" and "Celebrity Wife Swap."

    The series will also feature JWOWW ("Jersey Shore"), Bethany Hamilton ("Soul Surfer"), Alexandra Paul ("Baywatch"), Kim Richards ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"), Kyle Richards ("TRHOBH"), David Chokachi ("Baywatch") and Terrell Owens ("The T.O. Show").

    "Stars in Danger" premieres on January 9 on FOX.

    Get a quick rundown of everything that happened last week on Daytime in our Soap Opera Fan Soap Summaries. And discover where Port Charles crosses over into real life in our General Hospital’s Love In Maine Published By Hyperion.

    Join us on Twitter @soapoperafan, and Facebook. Come tweet and Facebook with us about "General Hospital," all the other soap operas, "Dallas," "Glee," "Grey’s Anatomy," "Vampire Diaries," and "Venice The Series."

    - Matt Purvis


    email PRINTABLE VERSION - View a printer friendly version of this article

    Please register and login to be able to email this article to your friends

    USER COMMENTS

    Posted by Dexdon at Monday, December 10 2012 11:35 AM

    Bring Jagger back for Liz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    MORE COMMENTS: page:

    Please Register and login to post your comments.
    » Back to News Room