Emily Wilson returns as GH's Ellie
Posted Thursday, November 19, 2015 3:12:59 PM
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Ellie'll be home for Christmas. You can plan on her. Actress Emily Wilson is returning to General Hospital later this year.

Emily Wilson (Ellie Trout), who last reprised the role of Ellie in May, will return to General Hospital just in time for the holiday season.

General Hospital is reportedly planning a Nutcracker Gala to benefit the real-life charitable organization Toys for Tots. The event may involve a little singing and dancing (think a Christmastime version of the Nurses Ball).

She'll also be bringing along little Georgie (played by Harper Barash, the real-life daughter of Brandon Barash and Kirsten Storms). Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli) is also slated to appear during the gala as well.

Wilson made her first GH appearance in September 2012.

ABC has not yet released the airdates for the Nutcracker Gala or how many days the event will span.

Do you like the idea of a second gala on GH, or would you prefer to see the festivities confined to the Nurses Ball? Is there a place on the canvas for more Ellie? We want to hear from you -- and there are many ways you can share your thoughts.

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