‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Nick’s Truth Bomb, Adam Newman Spotted In Chloe’s Funeral?
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‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Nick’s Truth Bomb, Adam Newman Spotted In Chloe’s Funeral?

The Young and the Restless spoilers for Friday’s cliffhanger hints a shocking incident will take place in Chloe’s memorial service (Elizabeth Hendrickson). Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) did everything to track Chloe with Nick’s (Joshua Morrow) help, and she finally found Adam’s killer. Unfortunately, when Chelsea arrived in Louisiana, Chloe was already dead. Dr. Harris who has been harboring her all along confirmed that the woman had no pulse and that the cause of death was suicide.

A Mysterious Visitor

Chloe has been battling with a mental illness, and Chelsea couldn’t help but feel guilty about her suicide. The Young and the Restless spoilers from Celeb Dirty Laundry hints that something big is going to happen in Chloe’s funeral. Chelsea wants to pay her respects to Chloe, and Nick will be there with her. Given their involvement in her death, their presence might not be welcome. Some spoilers suggest Kevin (Greg Rikaart) will lose it when he sees them in the memorial service. It’s wouldn’t be surprising if Kevin threatens Chelsea and Nick when they show up. Even if Chloe had problems, Kevin had genuine feelings for her. Chloe also cared for her daughter and telling his child that her mother is dead will not be easy on Kevin either.

Interesting enough, there are also some speculations that the Young and the Restless will tease viewers with Adam Newman’s appearance. A mysterious man might appear at the funeral, and Chelsea might have a nagging feeling that it is her husband. As of date, nothing has been confirmed as to who will play the role. Needless to say, there are many speculations that Chelsea’s dead husband will be in Genoa City soon. Adam’s resurrection would definitely shake Nick and Chelsea’s relationship. With so many secrets between the couple, they seem to be headed for a rough road ahead.

Nick Comes Clean

Spoilers for Friday’s episode of the Young and the Restless suggest Nick will reconsider his decision to keep the truth about Adam’s death. Chelsea has been going after Chloe because she wants to know what happened to her husband. Nick knows Victor (Eric Braeden) is involved but the Newman family has been keeping it under wraps. In the wake of Chloe’s death, spoilers hint Nick will feel he owes Chelsea the truth.

The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal Nick is fed up about keeping Chelsea in the dark. He is also afraid when the truth blows up in his face. However, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) will convince him that this is not the best decision. Confession about Victor’s crimes won’t solve or change anything.

More The Young And The Restless Spoilers

Abby (Melissa Ordway) has been doing things behind Victor’s back, and spoilers reveal she is going to tell Victor the truth. Just before she could confess to her crimes, Victor will ask her a meaningful question. Abby will be astounded why Victor knows she is keeping a secret. The Young and the Restless spoilers tease Abby will be forced to reveal the deal she had with Jack (Peter Bergman). She could only hope that Victor will understand her actions. It seems Victor will not give Abby a hard time. After all, the rest of the family wants nothing to do with him after they discovered his involvement with Adam’s death.

Dina’s (Marla Adams) sudden visit to Genoa City is unusual, and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) knows it. Y&R spoilers reveal Ashley will finally find a hint about what’s going on after she finds out the relationship between Graham (Max Shippee) and Dina. Ashley will seek out Graham and try to make him talk to know what’s really happening. Ashley’s relationship with her mother is far from ideal but she must care about Dina and, of course, her family. The Young and the Restless spoilers for Friday hint an emotional cliffhanger and the revelation of more secrets in the upcoming week.

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