‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Lucy’s Fate at Nurses Ball, Sonny Going to Jail Plus Olivia Knows about Ava and Sonny’s Affair

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 7, 2014 3:18 PM EST

The famous Nurses Ball event is almost here in "General Hospital." The event, known for drama, song and dance, airs from May 8 to May 14. Nurses Ball 2014 promises surprise guests and performances. Lucy Coe is the host of Nurses Ball. However, it has to be seen if this event will be in favour of Lucy or not. Also, Sonny seems to be losing it and may end up in jail, reports Celeb Dirty Laundry.

According to TV Guide, Lucy and her former husband Scott Baldwin, Port Charles D.A. had a fling, but she decided to finish the same and be loyal to her husband Kevin.

Lucy's current husband is not aware of her act. However, things may change at Nurses Ball 2014. Will Kevin come to know about Lucy's indiscretion?

Sonny Corinthos is a Mess

Sonny, renowned mobster, is nothing but a mess because of his recent mistakes. Celeb Dirty Laundry notes that the month of May will see Sonny losing everything - family, girlfriend, peace of mind. He also might end up in jail.

Problem for the mobster seemed to start after he got into a relationship with Ava Jerome, Morgan's girlfriend and Julian's sister. Sonny was not aware that Ava was one who shot and killed Connie. The mobster tried to frame AJ Quartermaine and later killed him.

Michael is AJ's biological son and Sonny promised Michael that he wouldn't hurt AJ Quartermaine.

Sonny has bipolar disorder and is currently having long talks with the creation of his own imagination. The month of May doesn't look good for him.

The mobster hooked up with Morgan's girlfriend Ava at the funeral of AJ Quartermaine. Now, Morgan seeks revenge. According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, he is ready to hurt his father by telling Olivia that he cheated on her.

It is all happening in "General Hospital" this May. Will Sonny lose everything? What about Julian and Ava?

"General Hospital" airs Monday - Friday on ABC.

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