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'Days of Our Lives': Eve Donovan returning, will 'shake things up'

Kassie DePaiva will play Eve Donovan on "Days of Our Lives"
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There will be a returning character coming to Salem. A "DOOL" spoiler report posted by Celeb Dirty Laundry on May 14 stated that Theresa Donovan's sister will be appearing on "Days of Our Lives." Long-time viewers of the soap opera may remember Eve Donovan, one of Salem's bad girls.

With so many characters leaving "Days of Our Lives," it is no surprise that some new and returning ones will show up. Nick Fallon (Blake Berris) was just killed off and actors James Scott, Alison Sweeney and Camila Banus are all leaving as well. So what can fans expect from Eve Donovan?

Very little information has been released about the returning character except that she will "shake things up." The character of Eve was introduced on "DOOL" back in 1987. For four years she was Salem's bad girl, then in 1991 she was written off. Eve could come back just as much of a bad girl as ever or she may have changed her ways. However, the statement that she will shake things up makes it sound like she will be trouble.

For those that are not familiar with the character of Eve or who need to refresher, has information about her on their website. She was previously played by Charlotte Ross, but Kassie DePaiva has been cast to play Eve this time. What is interesting is that both Theresa and Eve have a history of wanting Jennifer Horton's men. In the past, Eve wanted Frankie Brady and caused issues with him and Jennifer. Viewers already know that the things that Theresa did to try to get Daniel, Jennifer's current boyfriend.

DePaiva spoke to Soap Opera Digest about her new role. Even though she is a seasoned soap opera actress, she said that there are expectations. She added that she wants to live up to those expectations.

Do you remember Eve Donovan? What do you think will happen with her character on "Days of Our Lives?"

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