Check out the full list of celebrity contestants: MENTyson Beckford Jeremy Bloom Dean Cain Michael Catherwood Jason Cook Pauly DRocco Di Spirito Rob Gronkowski Taylor Hicks Joe Jonas Rob Kardashian Steven Lopez Finesse Mitchell Dr.Robert Nettles Romeo Warren Sapp Mike Sorrentino Ndamukong Suh Seth Wescott Parker Young WOMENHope Dworaczyk Carmen Electra Rima Fakih Sophie Monk What do you think?Unfortunately, Shawn won’t be too keen on Hope’s (Kristian Alfonso) new fiancé.DOOL spoilers tease that Shawn will sense that there’s something up with Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove).So we were forced into making the decision." Luckily, Shawn's other popular portrayer, Beemer, was available."[Otherwise] Shawn would have left and we wouldn't have been able to tell a Shawn/Belle/Philip story," Corday continues. With the advent of another character coming back to the show mid-year, it's going to make the Shawn/Belle/Philip dynamic even more interesting." As fans already know, the returning character Corday mentions is most likely Nadia Bjorlin, who will be reprising the role of Chloe Lane later this year.NBC's Days of our Lives presented a whirlwind of casting decisions to fans in 2015, one of them being the decision to bring Jason Cook (ex-Matt Hunter, General Hospital) back in the role of Shawn-Douglas Brady.Soon after, however, came news that Cook would be replaced by the character's other former portrayer, Brandon Beemer (ex-Owen Knight, The Bold and the Beautiful). According to DAYS' executive producer, Ken Corday, the show tried very hard to make a deal with Cook to return full-time after the soap's 50th anniversary, but the actor -- who played the role from 1999 to 2006 -- wasn't interested.
Viewers know that Bo has been held against his will, but he’ll soon make it back to reunite with his family.Besides, Shawn will probably have his doubts about the idea of Bo (Peter Reckell) abandoning Hope.Shawn will likely believe there’s a reasonable explanation for Bo’s absence.If two men choose the lady, she gets to pick between them. ” while the audience, who could see the contestants, registered their opinion with raucous cat calls.Once the celebrities have each collected three chosen ladies, those women then compete in a mini-pageant, answering their bachelor’s questions until he decides who he wants to take , ABC’s ultimate elaboration on that thesis—and which, in comparison to The Choice, suddenly seems like it should have won an Oscar for documentary filmmaking. As in the case of the lovely Elyze, the audience response was so overpowering the bachelors couldn’t hear her voice at all and merely whipped their chairs around to see what all the hollering was about. Obviously if the producers had thrown in a 350-pound woman with an acne beard and a good heart it would have been a debacle, and let’s hope they never do, because it would turn the superficiality of the series into something sinister.It should be nice to see Bo sharing scenes with Shawn, but his son will be getting a different look in the near future.Jason Cook is back for a two-month stint, but Jason47’s “Days” website is reporting that the character will remain on screen after the actor departs. On each episode, four single celebrities will sit in rotating chairs in front of a live studio audience, with their backs to a bunch of singles.The suitors can describe their life, their interests and their turn-ons — but the celebrities can only rely on their voice and their answers.However even the show's efforts to sidestep bullying by only letting the audience rank 9s and 10s could not avoid a weird racial tension that floated below the surface.Like in the case of one bubbly girl who came out and introduced herself as “Asia” and then quickly assured Pauly D, “but I am NOT Asian.” Or the ultimate winner, Nia, a stunning black woman who answered a straightforward question about how she’d mend a broken heart by suggesting the white bachelor “put some coffee in his cream.” That answer was underlined even further when Annapurna, Nia's fellow contestant who hadn’t heard Nia’s answer, suggested “chocolate” as a good cure for a broken heart to the wild applause of the audience.