It’s been quite a while since Alicia Leigh Willis, (ex-Courtney Matthews) was part of General Hospital. Willis played mob boss, Sonny Corinthos’ half sister from 2001-2006. In 2006 Courtney, the mother of Nikolas’ son little Spencer Cassadine died from a virus that plagued Port Charles, brought on by none other than the vicious villain, Jerry Jacks. Her son Spencer mentions her from time to time, wishing he got a chance to know his mother.
Last week an announcement was made on the official Alicia Leigh Willis website, www.aliciaonline.net, with news of a General Hospital event with Tyler Christopher and Natalia Livingston (ex-Emily Quartermaine). You can catch these three as part of the General Hospital fan club weekend in August. For full details click on the link to the official Alicia Leigh Willis website.
With news of her involvement in a General Hospital fan event, we have reason to believe that Willis will return to General Hospital as Courtney Matthews for May Sweeps. Alicia was among four actors in the GH Fan February contest. Fans have voted, and whoever was chosen will appear in early May for GH’s May Sweeps. Along with Alicia, fans were able to choose from 3 other characters, Stephen Nicholas (Stefan Cassadine), Ron Hale (Mike Corbin), and Carly Schroeder (Serena Baldwin).
GH rumors have speculated that Alicia Leigh Willis’ character Courtney will be the one to return this week on General Hospital. Stau tuned to GH’s May Sweeps to find out!
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