He’ll reserve the steam room and encourage Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) to join him for some hot moments.
Brooke hasn’t been able to full commit to Ridge yet, but she can at least cave in on this.
Melody didn't dance for her audition, but she still got the gig, joining Nicole Scherzinger, Kaya Jones, Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Kimberly Wyatt in the new group.
She later joked: "I was the black one." (Her official nickname was Baby Doll, because she was the youngest.) The Buttons hitmakers enjoyed worldwide success but struggled to get along, with several members claiming Nicole got preferential treatment from their bosses.
Roles were being minimised and minimised, and then by the time it got on the show, it was very much like, ‘Y'all play your part and this is what it is'." In a later interview, however, she downplayed any rumours of bad blood between the group members, explaining the girls simply went their separate ways after their contracts had run out and insisting they were still "tight" with each other. She said: "I'm just trying to get some regular sex on a regular basis." Melody, who says she hasn't had a serious boyfriend since she was a teenager, continued: "I'm 32 and I live in LA.
They announced a hiatus in 2009, but after Ashley and Kimberly quit in 2010, only Melody and Nicole were left. She's also made an appearance in Bobby Newberry's video for his debut single Dirrty Up, alongside her former bandmate Ashley Roberts, and in Fat Joe's music video Ballin'.
In 2010 it was reported that Melody had left the band as well. Her vocals featured on LL Cool J's 2013 album Authentic, and she modelled in a 2014 ad for Dior.
Of course, Thorne (Ingo Rademacher) certainly won’t give Ridge a pass for everything he’s done.
B&B fans say Thorne will fume over Sheila’s (Kimberlin Brown) revelation.