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'General Hospital' Nurses Ball spoilers: Will Jason Morgan return?

Sabrina and Michael both performed at the 2013 Nurses Ball
Photo by Frederick M. Brown

The Nurses Ball was resurrected last year on “General Hospital” for the 50th anniversary celebration. It will be returning again this year with some major surprises. Fans both young and old look forward to this event and were saddened when it was bumped from being shown several years in a row. According to an April 29 report from Soap Opera Network, the 2014 Nurses Ball will air from May 8 through May 13. It appears this will have a big impact for May sweeps.

Last year fans were excited to see the “Magic Milo” act. Several of the “General Hospital” males characters appeared in the group number including Michael, Felix, and of course, Milo. This year “Magic Milo” will be returning with a new and improved number. While there are no confirmations about who will be in the group number, it is a safe bet to assume Felix will be a part of the fun.

Rumors have been swirling about Jason Morgan returning. Speculation is that he will make his grand entrance at the Nurses Ball and stun everyone. There has not been any official news on this, but with Robin off trying to unfreeze him, it is possible. Fans have been begging for his return, but Steve Burton won't be the one bringing Jason back. Billy Miller is rumored to be the actor chosen to portray Jason.

Other surprises from the Nurses Ball will include a return visit from Jax, who may be staying longer than originally planned. He will be bringing Josslyn back with him and she is all grown up. The identity of “Fluke” (fake Luke Spencer) will be revealed as well. Fans are hoping that Dr. Obrecht and Britt will also be a part of the festivities.

There is a lot to look forward to during the Nurses Ball. Fans are excited to see who will make an appearance unexpectedly and whether or not Jason Morgan will return to Port Charles. May sweeps is a big deal in the soap industry and the continuance of “General Hospital” depends on stellar ratings.

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