Bold And The Beautiful (B&B) news reveals that despite Shauna Fulton (Denise Richards) saying goodbye to Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), they are far from over.
“I think it’s just the beginning,” Richards told Hollywood Life. “I think she really loves him, and I think that’s also why she left.”
Viewers will recall that after their wild night in Las Vegas, a hungover Ridge woke up at the Forrester mansion. Brooke Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) greeted him and asked him if he was feeling okay.
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He had no idea how he’d suddenly ended up in Los Angeles. Brooke told him Forrester pilot Matt (Kevin Frazier) had tracked him down and flown him home. Later on, Shauna called and told Ridge being near him wasn’t good for her. Then she ended the call with “goodbye Ridge.”
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But Richards said that’s not the last viewers will see of Shauna. She will return to LA “quicker than we think.” This could be because of her daughter Flo Fulton (Katrina Bowden). Spoilers tease Dr. Penny Escobar (Monica Ruiz) will knock Flo out cold while she’s arguing with Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). She could end up in a coma, or worse.
The actress described her character’s relationship with her daughter as fun. “I don’t know how I’ll be with my daughters when they’re older, but I find it very humorous some of the things that Shauna talks about to her daughter,” Richards said.
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“She talks to her more as a friend than her daughter. I like the dynamic where the character Flo takes on the parental role at times and is more of the mature one of the two. I like their relationship.”
And when it comes to Ridge, although she said goodbye to him, Richards believes Shauna hasn’t thrown in the towel yet. “He’s married and she doesn’t want to interfere with that either, so I think that’s why she left but deep down I think she’s obviously hoping there will be something there between the two of them.”