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Chrishell Stause to Remain on All My Children

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Chrishell Stause just can't quit All My Children. Yet.

The actressr has extended her contract through the end of 2009. Why will she be remaining in Pine Valley through the end of the year? Because she can't get another gig until then anyway.

"Pilot season isn’t starting up until January, so I am not technically going to be missing out on a whole lot, business-wise, and just a few months of my life will actually mean a lot to the storyline," she told Soap Opera Digest, not sounding too enthusiastic about the show.

Chrishell Stause, AMC

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I think All My Children has become a ridiculously sleazy show. There seems to be nothing you won't do. Unimaginative writers.

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