The Young And The Restless Stars Reveal Their Dressing Room Secrets

When it comes to the characters of daytime television shows such as "The Young and the Restless," it seems like many fans feel like they know who they are. That's because viewers get to see how they navigate their lives in the fictional town of Genoa City on a day-to-day basis. But of course, there's also a lot of interest in the actors who play them and their personal lives as well. For instance, fans are interested in the real-life partners of "The Young and the Restless" stars or some of the things they wouldn't change for anything in the world, including their families. 

Then, there are a lot of actors who have felt so lucky to be on the show for as long as they have been. Actor Peter Bergman, who plays Jack Abbott on the soap, told that working on "The Young and the Restless" has felt nothing less than "joyously rewarding" because of all the riveting and engaging storylines. "Real conflicts in families with real problems. There's a reverence for some of the older characters, but also the ability to weave some of the younger characters into that," he added. While fans certainly love watching the stories that are being told in front of the cameras, they also love hearing about some of the behind-the-scenes secrets that many people don't know about. Luckily, a few "Y&R" stars recently dished about some of their dressing room tea (via Twitter).

'Y&R' stars open up about their little known secrets

In a new fun video that was posted on "The Young and the Restless" Twitter account, many stars from the hit CBS soap opened up about which dressing room they envied the most and what they like to do in their spare time in between scenes. It seems like there is a lot of "tea" to spill. Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) revealed that he likes his own room while Mishael Morgan (Amanda Sinclair) said that it was Melody Thomas Scott's room that she liked the most. "She has like an apartment. She's got steps in it — so much space," Morgan added.  

When the stars were asked what they do while they wait in their dressing room, Scott exclaimed, "I watch every crime show I can because I am an armchair detective," while Michael Mealor (Kyle Abbott) added, "I'm usually either reading, listening to a podcast, or just sitting on the couch watching the television." Mealor explained that what's on the TV is the feed of what's being shot and he can see "all the other actors work."

That said, it's a good thing that Scott is such a detective in the making as she can maybe get to the bottom of the Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) mystery, as detailed by Soaps in Depth. That, or she could go back in time and try to figure out how J.T. Hellstrom came back from the dead, right?