Susan Lucci has a new project now that All My Children has said goodbye. Jumping on the homemade baby food trend, she's promoting her daughter Liza's brand-new cookbook for lil purees. The two of them appeared on Good Morning America (along with Susan's granddaughter) to discuss Sage Spoonfuls and show off some of their techniques. See if the babies ate it up below!
Susan Lucci traded her soap opera job for another daytime TV role today, cohosting The View. Today, All My Children ended after 41 years on TV, and Susan, who has been there from the beginning as Erica Kane, was on hand to reminisce. She couldn't hold back tears, sitting in front of an audience of super fans, and I have to say, as someone who grew up watching AMC, I got a little teary eyed, too. If you were a fan, check out soap opera and TV icon Susan bidding farewell to All My Children on The View now.
And keep reading to see some of the show's biggest stars join Susan Lucci.
Susan Lucci will retire Erica Kane from daytime TV tomorrow. She may be a fictional character, but Erica Kane's icon status rivals that of Elizabeth Taylor partly because both women really loved to get married. While Elizabeth Taylor married six men in seven marriages, All My Children's Erica married six different men in seven marriages, while also racking up a total of four invalid marriages. The complicated story ends tomorrow, when ABC airs its final episode of the soap after more than 40 years. To honor the Pine Valley star Susan Lucci has brought to life since 1970, let's look back at the husbands of Erica Kane.
Our favorite game show, talk show, and soap-opera stars attended the 38th Daytime Emmy Awards last night, and it was a bittersweet night for fans of canceled soaps All My Children and One Life to Live. Last night was the end of an era for AMC star Susan Lucci, who's played Erica Kane since 1970 and has been a staple at the awards show since its inception. Despite having been nominated for her AMC role 21 times at the awards show, she only won the title of outstanding lead actress in a drama series once, in 1999. To say goodbye to the Daytime Emmy Awards icon, let's look back at Susan Lucci's best moments at the show through the years.
Susan Lucci will say goodbye to soap opera stardom after four decades this September when All My Children goes off the air. Stopping by other daytime staple The View today, she discussed her new book, All My Life, and her career playing Erica Kane — a character married over 10 times, while Susan's been married for 41 years! Fans of Susan have seen her in few roles other than the iconic Erica Kane, but rumor has it she might appear on Desperate Housewives. Watch Susan address that and more in the video below!