‘Young and the Restless’ and ‘General Hospital’ Casting Spoilers, Speculations: Elizabeth Hendrickson Confirms Exit from ‘Y&R’; Will Billy Miller Portray Jason Morgan in ‘GH?’

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By jaskiran kaur | April 3, 2014 11:09 AM EST

In the recent past, CBS' long running day time drama "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R) has undergone several shocking cast switch. Few major cast changes include the alleged firing of actor Michael Muhney who played well-loved character Adam Newman and exit of actor Billy Miller who portrayed Billy Abbott. In the near future, there are more cast changeup anticipated in the world of daily soap operas including "General Hospital" (GH) and "Y&R." While Elizabeth Hendrickson confirmed her exit from "Y&R," some media outlets are speculating Billy Miller to be the possible replacement of Steve Burton in "GH." Read on to find out the details.

After the exit of Billy Miller from "The Young and the Restless," actor was replaced by David Tom. Soon after Billy Miller and Michael Muhney's exit, actress Cynthia Watros (Kelly) also announced her departure. Now, the recent update is that actress Elizabeth Hendrickson who plays Chloe Mitchell and has been nominated for Emmy Awards for the same role will be leaving the show too, according to Soap Opera Digest report.

"You may have heard the rumor that I am leaving Y&R...and it is with a grateful heart that I wanted to tell you personally, my unbelievable fans, that the rumor is true," said Hendrickson confirming her exit as quoted by Soap Opera Digest.

Fans can expect to see her in May episodes of "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R), before she says goodbye to the show she has been on for more than six years.

Meanwhile, a report by Celebrity Dirty Laundry based on ABC Soaps In Depth Magazine report speculates that "The Young and the Restless'" Billy Miller could be the next Jason Morgan of "General Hospital" (GH). [Warning: These are mere speculations based on media reports.]

Ever since actor Steve Burton abandoned the role of his character Jason Morgan, fans have been anxious about the character's future. And now speculations are running wild that Jason Morgan may soon return to the show.

Steve Burton who formerly played Jason Morgan joined the cast of "The Young and the Restless" as the recurring character Dylan. It is unlikely for him to return to the show. At the same time, Billy Miller is speculated to be a possible switch for the role of Jason Morgan in "General Hospital" that would be liked by fans. The Web site infers that this could happen because "Billy Miller's schedule is wide open," currently.

Furthermore, the report speculates that Elizabeth Hendrickson who will soon be quitting "The Young and the Restless" could be Jason Morgan's love interest Robin Scorpio in "General Hospital." Two of them fit in the roles because Hendrickson portrayed the role of Billy Abbott's ex-wife on "The Young and the Restless" and fans may want to see them together again.

However, there has been no confirmation about Jason Morgan's return to "General Hospital," character's recasting and Billy Miller's next projects. But would you like to see "Y&R's" Billy Miller and Elizabeth Hendrickson as "GH's" Jason Morgan and Robin Scorpio? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

For more spoilers on "The Young and the Restless," and Adam Newman character, read below:

'The Young and the Restless' (Y&R) Spoilers for March 24-28: Victor Suspects Billy over Adam Newman's Disappearance, Victoria Seeks Separation and More

'The Young and the Restless' (Y&R) Spoilers for March 17-21: Things to Expect-Sharon Makes Life-Changing Decision, Vikki Leaves Billy and More
'The Young and the Restless' Casting Spoilers: Adam Newman to Return; Who Will Replace Michael Muhney and What's in Store for the Character?

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