Jul 01, 2022
Is Ciara leaving Days of Our Lives?
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FOR YEARS, Ciara Brady has been a fixture on the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives.
Throughout the airing of Days' 57th season, fans have repeatedly called Ciara's future on the show into question, and it looks like they got their answer.2Ciara Brady is the love interest of Ben Weston, played by Victoria Konefal (Pictured right) and Robert Scott Wilson (Pictured left)Credit: Getty Is Ciara leaving Days of Our Lives?
Season 57 of Days of Our Lives saw Ciara Brady, played by Victoria Konefal, navigate pregnancy, marriage, death, and close encounters with demonic possession.
Ciara's pregnancy with her husband Ben Weston was a key plot point in the season's storyline.
Before she and Ben can welcome their child together, the Devil shows up to possess several characters in an effort to get close to the pair.
The Devil's ultimate plan is to possess Ciara and Ben's newborn.Read More on The US SunSHOCK SOAP DEPARTURE? Days of our Lives fans want to know about Ben Weston's fate LIKE SANDS THROUGH THE HOURGLASS Exploring every season of Days of Our Lives
For the entity to enact its plan, the demon takes over the body of Ciara's cousin, Allie Horton.
While under demonic possession, Allie kidnaps the couple's newborn and tricks Ciara into thinking Ben is dead.
With some help from ex-boyfriend Tripp Dalton, Ciara and Ben track down the demonically influenced Allie and rescue their baby.
As season 57 continued to go underway, it was rumored that Ciara's actress Victoria Konefal had plans to leave the series.most read on days of our livesDONE WITH DAYS! DAYS’ Eli actor Lamon Archey slams show over how they handled his exit'LIFE'S SHORT' DAYS’ Lani actress Sal Stowers reveals real reason she's leaving the showLANI NEXT TO LEAVE? The truth revealed about Lani Price and her fate on Days Of Our LivesELI'S END OF DAYS? The reason for Eli Grant's departure from Days Of Our Lives revealed
On July 1, 2022, Victoria's departure from the show was confirmed.
On Friday, July 8, viewers will get the chance to see how the sequence of events unfolds as Ciara, Ben, and their baby start a new life away from Salem, Illinois.Who is Ciara's actress Victoria Konefal?
In 2017, Victoria Konefal signed on to play Ciara on Days of Our Lives.
Regarding Victoria's decision to leave the series, Days head writer Ron Carlivati gave details to Soap Opera Digest.2For her portrayal of Ciara on Days, Victoria Konefal won her first Emmy Award in 2021Credit: Getty Images - Getty
He told the publication: "She really just wasn't available on a regular basis."
"In the way our show works and how you have to schedule people, it just became less feasible to keep her in that status."
The writer shared: "The couple is so popular, you want them to have a happy ending."
"It's really very hard for us. It is always painful to lose one person."
When it comes to Victoria returning as Ciara and "The door's always open for them to come back."Read More On The Sun'INCREDIBLE IMPACT' Minecraft YouTuber passes away one year after cancer diagnosisPARENTS' NIGHTMARE Denise and Charlie's daughter Lola, 17, involved in terrifying car crash
On Monday, July 11, Victoria is slated to come back as Ciara for the Days spinoff, Beyond Salem.
For her work on the series, the New York-born TV star took home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Performer in a Drama Series in 2021.
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Tyreek Hill eager to face Dolphins opponent for first time in Tampa with his usual brash confidence
Tyreek Hill has flashed his speed, agility and pass-catching ability plenty in Dolphins training camp through two weeks, but it’s all been against a Miami secondary that doesn’t have cornerback Byron Jones and has seldom trotted out Xavien Howard in 11-on-11 drills.
This coming week, Hill, the Dolphins’ $120 million receiver, will get to showcase his skills against an opponent for the first time with his new team. The Dolphins travel to Tampa for joint practices with the Buccaneers on Wednesday and Thursday ahead of their Aug. 13 preseason game.
The times Hill has faced Howard, mostly in a 1-on-1 setting, Howard has gotten the best of him, deflecting passes or forcing overthrows with tight coverage. It has Hill ready to see something else.
“I’m really sick of going against X. He’s been locking me up in practice,” said Hill, who will get to go against the team he lost to in the Super Bowl two years ago with the Kansas City Chiefs. “I really can’t wait to get to Tampa, and I know the guys are very eager to get down there, as well.”
Hill is a known trash talker who thrives off the competitive nature of knowing there’s extracurricular activity that comes with either winning or losing a rep against an opponent.
“If I don’t talk, I don’t perform because I feel like I perform better under pressure. That’s just my mentality,” Hill said.
“If I’m relaxed, I’m just chilling and just vibing, then I just go with the flow. … Say, for instance, I go against a DB and he don’t say anything to me the whole entire game, to me, I’m like, ‘Okay, we brother-in-lawing it.’ But, if he’s sitting there talking trash to me, doing what he got to do, in my face every play, then I’m going to challenge him back.”
Hill wants his confidence to transcend himself and extend to players with more reserve personalities like quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and fellow wideout Jaylen Waddle. It’s something he takes pride in incorporating with his new younger teammates.
“It rubs off on everyone,” Hill said. “Tua has even been talking trash, so I feel like that’s great for his confidence moving forward, going into these big games that we’re about to play. I’m just like a match. I get the thing started, and everybody else just finishes it.”
For a star receiver, Hill has seen plenty of work during training camp — this when coach Mike McDaniel likes to give established veterans maintenance and load management days.
“I’m going to always go hard,” said Hill, who can also benefit from rapport being built with Tagovailoa in camp. “I don’t care if I’m injured or not. I’m going to go hard. When I’m on the field, I’m going to give my teammates my everything.”
With all the activity, Hill had Wednesday off this week before the team’s Thursday off day and has since returned for Friday and Saturday drills.
“I just got to take time for my body. I’m a fast guy. I feel like only fast guys get certain injuries,” said Hill, who hinted about a minor tweak. “That wasn’t really a load management day for me. I had a little slight ding-up. So, I ain’t going to really get into it.
“I truly think that those days are important. Playing in Miami, this sun can weigh on you, as you can tell, and it can take the fluids right out of your body, put so much soreness in your hamstrings and other muscles that you got in your body. Those days are very important. It’s really up to us how we approach those days.”
In his time, approaching five months, in Miami, Hill has impressed Dolphins wide receivers coach Wes Welker for more than just his ability.
“Tyreek’s a very smart football player,” Welker said earlier in the week. “He understands space. He understands coverages. He understands, whenever you show him exactly how you want him to do something, he gets it very quickly. It’s been fun to be around. Makes my job a lot easier.”