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Joshua Morrow Teases Nick’s Future With Sally on Y&R

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There’s a hot new love triangle on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS as Sally finds herself torn between her feelings for Nick and Adam. And having experienced this kind of storyline himself back when his character was caught in the middle of Sharon and Phyllis, Joshua Morrow (Nick) is happy to not be at the center of the drama this time around!

“I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for her to really show how difficult, painful, and exhilarating this kind of situation is,” the actor told Soap Opera Digest of how co-star Courtney Hope (Sally) is totally up to the task of shouldering this particular storyline. “Nick was in Sally’s position with Phyllis and Sharon and it was just a circus of emotions, and up and down, and the struggle and the sexiness, so that difficulty of the triangle was just amazing to play. Sally is in this position and it’s a chance for Courtney to show off some fireworks.”

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How much longer can Nick continue to turn Sally’s head?Howard Wise/jpistudios.com

Nick and Adam have fought over Sharon and Chelsea in the past, but Morrow declared that this time around, the dynamic feels different for him. “Nick has tried to accept Adam but he’s fallen for Sally and Nick knows that Adam still loves her and Nick’s trying to be respectful but he wants this woman, so I’m having a blast,” he explained. “I love working with Courtney. She’s a breath of fresh air and it’s like a brand-new experience for me.”

Y&R fans obviously have their own opinions on who Sally should be with, and so does Morrow himself. “I don’t for one second believe that Nick and Sally have this incredible love story ahead of them because I watch Adam and Sally together and I get it,” he admitted. “Even though Sally is with Nick now, she can’t shake Adam and my job as Nick is to make this decision as hard for her as possible.”

So keep watching as this storyline unfolds and Sally tries to make that decision… but first, share your opinion in our online poll below!

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