Good news, Days of our Lives fans: the airdate for Chrishell Hartley's return as Ben Weston's sister, Jordan Ridgeway, has been announced.
While DAYS spoilers previously revealed that Jordan would be back in Salem sometime in February, the actress took to social media with a video that gives the exact date to mark on your calendars: the fun clip, which shows her expressing how happy she is to be part of a show that has fifty-three years of history, includes the hashtag #Feb4 -- the date fans can look forward to seeing Jordan back on their screens.
"It's so nice to feel like you're a fabric of a show that's been around for so long, that means so much to so many people," Hartley shares. "It really has memories. I mean, people say, you know, 'My grandma is the one who got me into this show.' It's one of those things, so the show makes them remember people in their family that may not be there anymore. And it's great, to feel like you can be a part of a show like that... it's so special."
Hartley originated the role of Jordan back in 2013 and played the character until March of 2015, when Jordan decided to take a job in another town. What brings the physical therapist back to Salem remains to be seen, but it likely will tie into storyline with her brother, Ben (Robert Scott Wilson), who himself recently returned to Salem after having spent time in a sanitarium, or her former lover Rafe (Galen Gering), whose relationship with Hope (Kristian Alfonso) looks like it will soon be on the skids.
Unfortunately, there hasn't been any information about how long Jordan will be back in Salem, nor has it been said whether Hartley will be back permanently or if her Salem alter ego will only be on for a short time. Keep checking back to Soap Central for updates as they come!
Hartley -- whose last name prior to marrying The Young and the Restless and This Is Us star Justin Hartley (ex-Adam Newman) was Stause -- has a long history in daytime. She originally made her mark in the soap opera world as All My Children's Amanda Dillon, a role she played from 2005 to 2011. She also played the role of Y&R's Bethany Bryant in 2016.
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