General Hospital News And Spoilers: Laura Wright And Cynthia Watros Reveal What Gets Them Through Their Catfight Scenes

Laura Wright and Cynthia Watros make Carly Corinthos and Nina Reeves hatred look natural and even instinctive. They do their job so well that General Hospital fans even believe they don’t get along off-screen.

General Hospital news and spoilers reports have revealed in the past that Laura and Cynthia are very good friends when Carly and Nina aren’t “screaming in each other’s faces,” Wright confessed in a recent YouTube segment on The Locher Room.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Cynthia and Laura popped in with The Locher Room to discuss their on-screen and off-screen relationships. When faced with everyone’s question regarding how Laura and Cynthia get through the anger and tension in their scenes as Carly and Nina, Emmy winner Laura Wright explained, “It’s being aware to separate,” Laura said, “and really drop it into when you want to go full on.” Laura continued to explain how she and Cynthia manage by adding, “You don’t want to so worry about the other person,” she added, “because you lose what you need to do for you [in the scene], so you trust that the other person has it figured out” as well as you have.

Ultimately, there is one ritual that seals the deal for ensuring these ladies maintain their close friendship and not let their roles and hating one another in a scene get in the way. Laura confessed, “the hug afterwards is so nice.”

Laura and Cynthia are always up for a game of pickle ball even if Carly and Nina are ready to push each other off a cliff.

GH spoilers warn explosions are on the horizon as Carly’s secret about Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) hits the fan.

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