Lucy Coe and the Nurses Ball go together like Nutella and a spoon. On the 60th anniversary of General Hospital, it’s most imperative that Lucy takes part in the main event. Unfortunately, undesirable circumstances keep Lucy from doing what she needs to do.
General Hospital star Lynn Herring’s iconic portrayal of Lucy Coe began in 1986. Not even a decade later, Lucy hosted the very first Nurses Ball. Over the years, the Deception mogul’s hard work and dedication has made the legendary event what it is today.
This year, GH’s cast and crew prepare for the show’s 60th year on air! Similarly, Port Charles get ready to celebrate the hospital’s milestone at this year’s Nurses Ball. General Hospital spoilers reveal Lucy struggles with heeding to Anna Devane (Finola Hughes), and Valentin Cassadine’s (James Patrick Stuart) directions. She has a major case of FOMO as the show’s preparation goes on without her.
According to recent General Hospital rumors, Lucy can’t take another moment of knowing that Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) and Bobbie Spencer (Jackie Zeman) have taken the reins. The very thought of the situation drives her crazy- to the point of going to extremes.
The Nurses Ball needs Lucy and she can’t resist the temptation! General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Lucy escapes Anna and Valentin to come to the rescue. Letting Maxie and Bobbie take over is something she just won’t do.
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