Could The Young and the Restless be on the brink of losing another of its Emmy-nominated stars? According to sources, Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Mitchell) has decided to exit the show she's called home for more than six years.
"NOOOO!!! Has @Theehendrickson chosen not 2 renew her #YR contract? That's what I'm hearing and don't like it one bit," TV Guide's Michael Logan shared on Twitter.
Hendrickson has not commented publicly on the report, and a Y&R spokesperson did not immediately reply to requests for a statement.
Hendrickson made her daytime debut in 2001 as Mary Francis "Frankie" Stone on ABC's All My Children. Her character was killed off later that same year, but the actress had impressed show executives and fans alike, so AMC created the role of Mary Margaret "Maggie" Stone, Frankie's twin sister. Hendrickson eventually exited AMC in 2007.
The following year, Hendrickson joined the cast of The Young and the Restless. In 2012, the actress received her first individual Daytime Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category. Earlier this month, Hendrickson received her fifth consecutive pre-nomination in the category.
In 2009, Hendrickson received a Daytime Emmy nomination in the New Approaches -- Daytime Entertainment category as part of the web series, Imaginary Bitches.