NBC’s longest running drama series, Days of our Lives, celebrates 50 spectacular years on air with a cruise themed celebration at the Hollywood Palladium.

The red carpet arrivals on Saturday November 7 included “Days of our Lives” stars such as Deidre Hall (Marlena), Kristian Alfonso (Hope), Lauren Koslow (Kate), Stephen Nichols (Patch), Judi Evans (Adrienne), Jason Cook (Shawn), Bill Hayes (Doug), Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie), Leann Hunley (Anna), Vincent Irizarry, Wally Kurth (Justin), John Paul Lavoisier (Phillip), Jen Lilley (Theresa), Martha Madison (Belle), Kate Mansi (Abigail), A Martinez (Eduardo), Eric Martsolf (Brady), Peggy McCay (Caroline), Thaao Penghlis (Andre), Melissa Reeves (Jennifer), James Reynolds (Abe), Suzanne Rogers (Maggie), Meredith Scott Lynn (Anne), Robert Scott Wilson (Ben), Marie Wilson (Bree), Eileen Davidson (Kristen), Maree Cheatham (Marie), Molly Burnett (Melanie), Matthew Ashford (Jack), Christie Clark (Carrie), Roark Critchlow (Mike), Renee Jones (Lexi), Gloria Loring (Liz), James Read (Clyde), Patti Stanger (Millionaire Matchmaker), Tracey Bregman (Donna), Sarah Brown (Madison), Matt Cedeno (Brandon), Judith Chapman (Angelica), Crystal Chappell (Carly), Tamara Clatterbuck (Barb), Elinor Donahue (Nurse Hunnicut), Connor Kalopsis (Chase), Blake Berris (Nick), Patrika Darbo (Nancy), Gregg Marx (David), Andrew Masset (Larry), Philece Sampler (Renee), Taylor Spreitler (Mia), Chrishell Stause (Jordan), Michael Sabatino (Lawrence), and Lisa Trusel (Melissa).

The actors had a chance to let their hair down, and dance the night away, celebrating a milestone that got Days into the Smithsonian this month.

Find more scoop on Days of our Lives’ 50th anniversary, including another photo gallery, clips from the first episode, and an interview with executive producer Ken Corday.

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Photo credits: Howard Wise, Jill Johnson, Sean Smith/JPI

– Christine Fix