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Blake Berris Responds to Spinelli Casting on 'General Hospital'

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Days of our Lives vet Blake Berris (ex-Nick) will temporarily take over the role of Spinelli on General Hospital for several episodes in January, replacing Bradford Anderson who has booked a gig on Showtime's Homeland.

Now, Berris is responding to fans who aren't happy that he will be playing the role.

Berris tweeted, "for @GeneralHospital fans. would never try 2 replicate the reputed @BfordAnderson. will b a dif take on #spinelli. and only a few eps.



Berris was sensational as Nick on DAYS, and his presence has been missed in daytime. I am looking forward to seeing what he brings to Spinelli, and I hope he is open to returning to the soap world for good.

How do you feel about Berris replacing Anderson as Spinelli on GH? I would love to hear your thoughts.

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