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Nadia Bjorlin: I Want to Be Crystal Chappell’s Special Lady (on ‘Venice’)

If Nadia Bjorlin‘s behavior on BlogTalkRadio is any indication of how Venice the Series will play out this season, you’d be well-advised to ready a cold shower.

Chatting on the companion podcast to the online drama—which TV Guide has called “2009’s Best Web Soap”—the sultry bombshell gets frisky with co-star Crystal Chappell.

CAPTION: "It's my favorite thing in the world," Nadia (above) says of hanging out at gay bars.

"It's my favorite thing in the world," Nadia (above) says of hanging out at gay bars.

“I think it’s going to be Gina yearning for a very special love, and I think that the audience will be very happy with what happens,” says Crystal of her own character while previewing the series’ upcoming second season, which wrapped Sunday.

That’s when Nadia, who plays children’s book author Lara, bursts in with, “I’ll show you some special love baby. Can I please! I know it doesn’t make sense in the story, but let me show you some special love.”

Later in the show, Nadia reveals that Continue reading

Crystal Chappell Dishes New ‘Venice’ Storyline: Jessica Leccia and Nadia Bjorlin Have a ‘Beautiful Love Scene’

It’s coming back—the series TV Guide called “2009’s Best Web Soap”— and BlogTalkRadio is proud to be the home of its official podcast.

Crystal Chappell and Jessica Leccia, who played Olivia and Natalia on The Guiding Light—which CBS axed in 2009 after a record-setting 72-year run—returned to the soap realm last year with Venice the Series, playing same-sex couple Gina and Ani.

Jessica (left) with Nadia: Soon to be entangled.

Jessica (left) with Nadia: Soon to be entangled.

Now Crystal—who recently reprised her role as Dr. Carly Manning on NBC’s Days of Our Lives—is readying Season 2 of Venice, which she and Jess dish about on their companion BTR show this week.

And who might be acting as guest host for that hot confab? Why, it’s the ladies’ former TGL co-star, Continue reading

Oh, Snaps! NaVell Gets Nautical with Soap Stars

Navell (right) with Cameron and daughter Leila Emmanuelle.

All (or at least one of) my children: Navell (right) with Cameron and daughter Leila Emmanuelle.

Talk about “see”-worthy!

BlogTalkRadio’s own NaVell J. Lee, host of the ever-popular Buzzworthy Radio, recently rendez- voused with a boatload of the hottest faces (and bods) in daytime drama.

Hosted by Cameron Mathison of All My Children and Dancing with the Stars, Soap Cruise 2009 left Miami January 22 and returned four days later, after docking in Key West and Cozumel, Mexico.

With “The Bold and the Beautiful” star Brandon Beemer.

Feelin’ hot, hot, hot: With “The Bold and the Beautiful” star Brandon Beemer.

Along the way, NaVell natuarlly partied with Cameron.

Bt he also rubb- ed elbows with such daytime A-listers as One Life to Live’s Kamar de los Reyes, General Hospital’s Greg Vaughan, All My Children’s Jacob Young, The Young and the RestlessChristian LeBlanc and As the World TurnsAustin Peck.

To check out NaVell’s special editio]n of Buzzworthy Radio – on which he recounts more than a few behind-the-scenes tales from the excellent excursion – click here.

With former “DOOL” star Nadia Bjorlin

Oh, Happy “Days”: With former “DOOL” star Nadia Bjorlin

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Good ‘Wonder Woman’ News: Nadia Bjorlin All Set to Suit Up!

But here’s the bad news: The smoking-hot Days of Our Lives star says the big-screen production of the classic DC Comic has been grounded indefinitely. (Hey, don’t blame us; we’re just the messenger.)

Nadia: Not shy about campaigning for comic-book heroine role.

This week on Dr. Blogstein’s Radio Happy Hour, Nadia Bjorlin recounts how last year’s rumors of her taking on the role made famous by Lynda Carter in the 70s TV series first came about:

“People just kept bringing it up, and the people I would meet in the industry would say, ‘Hey, so and so’s working on the pre- production of Wonder Woman. You should really go and meet them for it.’ And I did. But so far, nothing has happened.”

Still, there’s hope on the horizon for seeing Nadia in this project that The Internet Movie Database lists as having a 2011 release date.

Though “there’s nothing in the works right now,” Nadia tells Dr. B, “if I ever get the opportunity one day, I would certainly be honored – and I would love it.”

Us, too!

To hear Nadia dish more about Wonder Woman, click here.