General Hospital News: GH’s Theo And Erik Olson ‘Ship’ TV Parents, “Millow” Over “Chillow”

Many celebrity couple and fiction TV super couples have nicknames, or “ship” names as they’re called. When one “ships” a couple, it means they are on board with the relationship.

General Hospital fan wars are not uncommon when it comes to shipping particular power couples in Daytime TV. General Hospital news reports JaSam (Jason and Sam Morgan), vs. Liason (Liz Webber and Jason Morgan) is one of the most, if not the most iconic fan war to date.

In more recent days, two couple combos share the spotlight in the fan war scene. Detective Chase (Josh Swickard) and Willow Tait Corinthos (Katelyn MacMullen) Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell), is the most talked about fan war when it comes to which couple is shipped most by GH fans. Fans refer to them as “Chillow” and “Millow.”

Although GH fan opinions way heavily on the success of a Daytime TV couple, it’s really something when actors from the show express their ship support.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Michael and Willow grow closer, developing real feelings for each other as they care for Wiley (Erik and Theo Olson). General Hospital news reports the baby actor twins support their new parents as a couple over Willow and her old flame, Chase (Josh Swickard).

The official IG account for Erik and Theo Olson (run by adult guardian), shared a photo of their TV parents with a caption which supports the relationship between Michael and Willow, specifically pointing out “Chillow” as well.


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