General Hospital Spoilers report Blaze (Jacqueline Grace Lopez) might have had a certain twinkle in her eye the first time she connected with Kristina Corinthos Davis (Kate Mansi) at Charlie’s Bar.
Kristina may look like just a bartender spending her time clearing tables and making small talk with anyone who walks through the door, Blaze was a rather special customer for Kristina.
The two had time to chat while Blaze was waiting for Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton). That meeting led to Blaze signing with Brook Lynn and becoming her first kickoff artist.
But something tells us there is more in store for Blaze than just a musical career, and Brook Lynn will be along for the ride.
General Hospital Spoilers — Is Blaze Gay?
Blaze’s preferences in the people she dates have never been discussed. We don’t know which team she’s hitting for, but we do know flirtation when we see it — and that’s just what was happening as she unearthed a video of Kristina performing at the Nurses’ Ball and gushed over it from her barstool.
Hoping to see more of Kristina’s vocals just might be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Blaze wanting to see more of Krissy — period. Is this headed where we think it’s headed?
GH Spoilers Leak Kristina’s Mission Aligns with Blaze’s Personal Goals
Kristina’s storyline has been slow-burning as of late. She’s working on creating a youth center to support LGBTQIA+ youth.
Could that be a cause that Blaze wants to put her name behind? Might she use it as the perfect time to let the world know what she’s really about and who she’s really into?
That is definitely an effort that Brook Lynn could get behind as she reignites her own career. She’s a woman’s woman after all!
General Hospital Spoilers — A Famed Outing
Blaze’s career is just taking off, and this isn’t the nineties anymore. Brook Lynn is likely to be encouraging of whoever Blaze is, but is coming out at the start of her career a wise move?
We wouldn’t put it past Brook Lynn to ask that question, and to encourage Blaze to be honest with herself about it, too.
Did she already give fans the impression she was someone else they identified with as she sang her heart out to the hunky Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard), or can she switch teams and hang onto her fanbase?
It sounds like some uncomfortable and honest conversations could lie ahead that might aim to further highlight issues the LGBTQIA+ community have grown quite accustomed to dealing with.