‘Common Hospital’s Cynthia Watros: New Nina Raves Over ‘Wonderful’ Michelle Stafford


There’s a brand new Nina on the town on ‘Common Hospital.’ Cynthia Watros is taking on the position from Michelle Stafford and she or he opened as much as reporters about speaking with Michelle in regards to the character and what’s to return.

Cynthia Watros will likely be making her highly-anticipated debut as the brand new Nina Reeves in the course of the June 17 episode of Common Hospital. She’s changing Michelle Stafford, who originated the position in 2014. Michelle is returning to The Younger & the Stressed and reprising her position as Phyllis. At ABC’s Summer time Press Day, Cynthia spoke to reporters, together with HollywoodLife, in regards to the position. She revealed that she had lunch with Michelle to debate the character of Nina.

“I’ve to say, Michelle is an incredible, pretty, giving lady and simply to have the ability to sit throughout from her and speak about Nina and discuss in regards to the present, I simply was in awe of her generosity,” Cynthia mentioned. “I’ll at all times be a fan of Michelle’s. She reached out to me and mentioned should you ever wish to name or textual content and I mentioned, ‘Let’s have lunch!’ We spent about three hours simply speaking.” Again in Could 2019, Cynthia posted a selfie with Michelle on Instagram and wrote, “I had one of the best afternoon with this stunning soul.”

She additionally teased what’s forward for the Nina this summer time on the cleaning soap opera. “I get to play with this man [Ingo Rademacher] quite a bit and Nina is looking for a stronger position within the journal and she or he’s actually going to step up making {that a} success and her love for the journal and making an attempt to navigate her relationship with Jax,” Cynthia revealed.

Ingo lately returned to the position of Jax on the beloved daytime cleaning soap after 2 years away. Earlier than his return to GH, he performed Thorne Forrester on The Daring & The Lovely. Common Hospital airs weekdays at three p.m. on ABC.