Spoilers for the Week of May 25, 2020
05/27/2020 01:25 pm
Soaps.com has the latest General Hospital spoilers a few weeks ahead. Relive the magic as the show takes viewers back to Nurses Ball episodes from 2014 and 2015.
Programming alert: General Hospital to air Nurses Ball episodes beginning May 25 through June 12 after the ABC soap opera’s last original, new episode airs on May 21.
General Hospital spoilers week of May 25:
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General Hospital spoilers for Monday May 25:
Original air date May 18, 2014: This Year’s Nurses Balls kicks off with an unexpected interruption during the opening number and includes a surprise proposal! Musical performances include the original number Welcome to the Nurses Ball performed by Epiphany Johnson, Elizabeth Webber, Sabrina Santiago and Felix Dubois; and a special performance of Willkommen from Cabaret by Dr. Liesl Obrecht.
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General Hospital spoilers for Tuesday May 26:
Original air date May 9, 2014: Luke & Tracy take the next step in their relationship. Spencer convinces Nikolas they have to attend the Ball. Musical performances include Raise Your Glass by Pink, performed by Kiki Jerome and Friends: Elizabeth Webber, Lucas Jones, TJ Ashford and Felix Dubois; You Took the Words Right Out of my Mouth by Meat Loaf, performed by Eddie Maine; I Am What I Am by Jerry Herman, performed by Luke Spencer, a striptease to AC/DC ‘s You Shook Me All Night Long performed by Magic Milo & the Magic Wands: Nathan West, Lucas Jones, Felix DuBois, Michael Corinthos and TJ Ashford.
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General Hospital spoilers for Wednesday May 27:
Original air date May 12, 2014: Spencer begs for another chance with Emma. Britt tells Nikolas she still loves him. Scott tells Lucy she made a mistake picking Kevin. Musical performances include: Brokenhearted by Karmin, performed by Brad Cooper; I Love It by Icona Pop , performed by The Haunted Starlets: Sam Morgan, Maxie Jones, Molly Lansing, Lulu Spencer-Falconeri and Kiki Jerome; and the original song performance Criminal Love by Eddie Gomez, among others.
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General Hospital spoilers for Thursday May 28:
Original air date May 1, 2015: Brad proposes to Lucas. The truth about Ric and Hayden’s connection is revealed. Musical performances include the original number Welcome to the Nurses Ball performed by Epiphany Johnson, Elizabeth Webber, Sabrina Santiago and Felix Dubois, 99 Red Balloons by Nena, performed Dr. Liesl Obrecht and Marry You by Bruno Mars performed by Brad Cooper.
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General Hospital spoilers for Friday May 29:
Original air date May 5, 2015: Duke takes a hit out on Jordan. Spencer gets a surprise visit from a loved one. Elizabeth pleads with Nikolas to keep the truth about Jason between them. Musical performances include Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen, performed by Eddie Maine; It Might Be You by Stephen Bishop, performed by Damian Spinelli and the original song You’re Not Alone performed by Epiphany Johnson and Sabrina Santiago.
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