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‘General Hospital’ news: Natalia Livingston returns as ghost Emily

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The dead have been reappearing on “General Hospital” as of late. According to a report by Soaps In Depth on Feb. 11, Natalia Livingston will be returning to the show as Emily.

Although it would be nice if the show could somehow revive the character of Emily who was killed off in 2007, she will be reappearing as a spirit once again. Viewers may remember that she visited back as a spirit back in April during the show’s 50th anniversary to help both Tracy and Monica.

This time it is unclear who she is coming back to help. It could be her brother A.J., but they didn’t really have a close relationship when she was alive. The other possibility is Nicholas who may be in need of support if and when he finds out Britt’s secret.

This will be another brief stint for Livingston, who has also played Emily’s twin sister Rebecca Shaw on the show. In between her appearances on “General Hospital”, Livingston has also had a role on “Days of our Lives”. Fans of Nicholas and Emily are still hopeful that the show can find a way to bring Emily Quartermaine back to live.

With the Cassadines around, anything is possible.

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