Jackson Montgomery and Diane hit it off!
…Are Diane and Robert over before they even begin? By now it’s public knowledge that Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) and Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) have the hots for each other. And with Holly Sutton (Emma Samms) out of the picture, Diane and Robert have the green light to see where this could go. But will the new attorney in town come between them?
Previously, All My Children fans couldn’t contain themselves when GH news and spoilers revealed that Walt Willey was heading to General Hospital. According to past GH spoilers, Willey goes from Pine Valley to Port Charles, and the best part is that he stays in character. Sadly, the audience said goodbye to Jackson Montgomery and the entire AMC series in 2011. When the soap opera ended, its iconic couple followed suit. In those final Pine Valley moments, Jackson was left at the altar. Without a doubt, devastation spread from the abandoned, fictional groom to the AMC audience at home. Did he ever move on from Erica Kane (Susan Lucci)?
Will Jackson Montgomery and Diane Miller hit it off?
Since the single (as far as we know) attorney from Pine Valley is heading to Port Charles, he has the perfect opportunity for a fresh start. It’s safe to say he won’t have any trouble finding interested ladies when he comes to town. On the contrary, he’ll most like have the opposite problem.
Are you ready for Walt Willey to shake things up as Jackson Montgomery?
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