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General Hospital Comings & Goings: Is Lulu Spencer Waking Up?

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Comings and goings at General Hospital speculate that Lulu Spencer would soon awaken from her three-year slumber. If this is the case, her homecoming will disrupt everyone’s life on the ABC soap series.

General Hospital Comings and Goings: Lulu Spencer Return Ahead?

Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) may soon awaken, according to GH casting news. She was recently seen by her daughter Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez) at the long-term care facility in Manhattan by her ex-husband Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna).

Charlotte obviously misses her mommy a lot. She was also emphasizing to the woman how much it would mean to her if she woke up. She also said to Dante that Lulu’s home is empty and peaceful and that her mother would prefer it if someone moved in.

On General Hospital, Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms), Lulu’s best friend, is searching for a home. She soon receives an amazing offer.

So, it seems likely that Dante might offer the house to Maxie. Then, if Lulu awakens, she can always live in the house with Maxie and her kids once she’s released from the hospital.

Additionally, Lulu’s reappearance is ideal because Dante is with Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) in a fantastic location. On General Hospital, Lulu would undoubtedly change things for them.

Lulu was still in love with Dante when she fell apart, but he is still unaware of this. And that because her heart still belonged to Dante, she would decline Dustin Phillips’ (Mark Lawson) proposal.

Dante might be conflicted between choosing Lulu or Sam if she wakes up and declares her love for him. Additionally, it would put “Sante” in danger and create a great deal of drama and angst for the happy couple on General Hospital.

GH Casting News – Which Lulu Returns?

Which actress would play the enduring character if Lulu does make a comeback to GH? Will it be Emme Rylan or Julie Berman? Lulu has been portrayed by Emme since 2013. Therefore, it is very likely that Emme will be brought back if the character does.

But the General Hospital may always surprise viewers by bringing Julie back. Alternately, they might choose neither actress and cast a new actor or actress in the part. In either case, getting Lulu back would be amazing. And they might be moving in that way already.

Which actress would play the enduring character if Lulu does make a comeback to GH? Will it be Emme Rylan or Julie Berman? Lulu has been portrayed by Emme since 2013. Therefore, it is very likely that Emme will be brought back if the character does.

But the General Hospital may always surprise viewers by bringing Julie back. Alternately, they might choose neither actress and cast a new actor or actress in the part. In either case, getting Lulu back would be amazing. And they might be moving in that way already.

General Hospital Casting Updates: Dr. Montague Out?

Awful psychologist Damon Montague (Darin Toonder) may be leaving the role shortly, according to casting news. Fans of Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) undoubtedly want him to leave. Both Sasha and Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) are being drugged and put in danger by them.

She is currently incarcerated in Ferncliff Asylum for Criminally Insane. The therapist may be goner once Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) finds out what they did, and Gladys may also be in trouble.

In addition, Sasha is receiving care from Ferncliff nurse Mandy (Daisy Wang), who recently joined the General Hospital cast.

Additionally, Gordon Stevens, Nathaniel Grey’s lackey for Mason Gatlin, is no longer employed. Dex Heller (Evan Hofer) discovered the body after Mason recently killed the man.

On GH, some lives can soon become upside down. Don’t miss a second of ABC sudser to see if Lulu Spencer ultimately awakens from her coma and shocks Port Charles.

Get daily spoilers and news about General Hospital from Soap Dirt.

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