CBS ‘The Young And The Restless’ (Y&R) spoilers show that it’s been a rough few months for Melissa Ordway’s (Abby Newman) daughter who had fallen off down a few stairs and hurt her arm. The first cast wasn’t working and her arm wasn’t healing correctly. They had to do a surgery, but thankfully now, and with an awesome new cast, she’s starting to do great!
Ordway has shared the process on her Instagram and explained the situation after many people continued to ask what had happened to Olivia’s arm. We’re glad that her arm is healing correctly now and it’s too bad she had to go through surgery for it, but it will pass all in good time. Take a look at Ordway’s post below that she uploaded to Instagram with the following caption,
“Hmmm… what day of the week is it? 🤔 Big day today, Olivia got a new “orange Elsa” cast and the dr said her arm is healing perfectly! 🧡”
CBS ‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Melissa Ordway’s (Abby Newman) Daughter Gets A New Cast! Is Doing Much Better!
Meanwhile, we’ve gotten to catch up with Ordway’s character Abby Newman on all-new episodes of ‘The Young and the Restless’. Today, Abby was invited to The Grand Pheonix, along with all the other popular women of Genoa City, only to be paranoid about Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) the entire time. Turns out, Phyllis does know her better than she thinks.
Phyllis hosted a special night for the ladies and catered to them and their specific tastes. Abby was sure that she was up to something and didn’t want to give her the satisfaction, however, as it turns out, Phyllis was indeed just being kind. Who would have thought?
What do you think? Is Phyllis’ new idea going to be a hit for the ladies of Genoa City? Let us know in the comments below.
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