‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Did Marla Adams Deserve An Emmy For Her Role As Dina Mergeron?

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‘The Young And The Restless’ (Y&R) spoilers show that while we had to say goodbye to Dina Mergeron (Marla Adams), one certain co-star believes she deserved an Emmy for her role as a woman suffering from Alzheimer’s.

In a video released featuring her co-stars and on-screen family, Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) had something to say about her performance, and it was simply that she deserved an Emmy. “And you know, she deserved an Emmy for her fantastic performance, suffering from Alzheimer’s. If anyone deserved an Emmy, she did.”

“Goodbyes are never easy. 💔

Please join us in sending love to the amazing woman behind Dina Abbott Mergeron. All of us at #YR ❤️ you, Marla!”

‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Did Marla Adams Deserve An Emmy For Her Role As Dina Mergeron?

In the comments, many people agreed with Braeden’s words, “The episode was beautifully done. Marla is a fantastic actress and will be missed. Her last performance on Y&R was brilliant and had me in tears. “, “It was very moving. We will miss her character.”, and “The episode was beautifully done. Marla is a fantastic actress and will be missed. Her last performance on Y&R was brilliant and had me in tears. 😭❤️”.

What do you think? Should she have received an Emmy? Let us know in the comments below.

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