The Young And The Restless Star Michael Graziadei Has Some Big News For Daniel Romalotti Fans

"The Young and the Restless'" Phyllis Summers has certainly seen a lot of dramatic changes over the years. While it might be hard to recount everyone who's ever played Phyllis on the hit CBS soap, the last switch came when Michelle Stafford took over for Gina Tognoni. Back in 2021, Stafford told Soap Opera Digest that one of the many reasons why she loves playing Phyllis so much is because she's such a complex character. She put it this way, "I remember this one scene where Nick and Phyllis are in the kitchen cooking and I was like, 'Whoa, really?' It's not a criticism of the writer at all, it was just me going, 'Wow, this is a change.' Phyllis was defanged for a little bit but that's okay because you're doing other things."

Well, it looks like Phyllis is about to be thrown for a loop as the newest "The Young and the Restless" spoilers say she's about to get a blast from the past in the form of her son, Daniel Romalotti. That's right: Actor Michael Graziadei has just shared some big news about his comeback on the show and it's one that has fans wondering what this means for Phyllis. 

Danny Romalotti is back in Genoa City

According to Soap Opera Digest, Michael Graziadei is reprising his role as Daniel Romalotti on "The Young and the Restless." As many fans of the show know, it's been a long time since he was last on the canvas. Graziadei played the character back from 2004 to 2013 and then briefly reprised his role again in 2016. 

While their history has definitely been a complicated one, Phyllis last heard from her son back in June 2022, per Soaps in Depth. In 2016, Graziadei admitted to SOD that leaving the show in 2013 was "a super-tough decision" for him to make. Fast-forward several years later and fans are happy to see him back!

Well, as they say: You can take the boy out of soaps, but you certainly can't take soaps out of the boy, right? Watch this space as we have a feeling that Phyllis Summers is going to be shocked and if not a little intrigued by her son's homecoming.