The Young and the Restless spoilers document that Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) will go against her initial judgment and begin what could be the process of romance with Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson). Lily fans will certainly be imploring Lily to reconsider what she’s allowing herself to do, as Billy’s track record with relationships is highly questionable.
Lily has been alone for awhile, with her divorce from Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard) part of the past. So, with Lane seemingly gone forever, will BiLily emerge in Genoa City, Wisconsin?
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Lily & Cane Had Great Moments
Lane supporters must admit that this pairing wasn’t super smooth. There are two divorces, with the first happening in the early 2010’s and being short-lived, and the other taking place last year.
Cane’s faked death, cheating by both people, and strife within and between Lane’s families created an often times challenging existence. But there was real love between Lily and Cane. Of course the twins, Charlie Ashby (Noah Alexander Gerry) and Mattie Ashby (Lexie Stevenson), serve as the ongoing bond that Lane will always share as well.
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Billy Abbott Sees Two Options
It seemed as though Billy was heading into a relationship with Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan). But Y&R might be writing away from that potential, though it’s too soon for viewers to make a definitive assessment.
Leaving Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) was something that good soul didn’t see coming, but viewers did. Billy once again talked himself into believing that the one person who’s done more for him in his adult life than anyone, except his parents and maybe his brother, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman), wasn’t worth remaining loyal to.
The above paragraph should be enough to convince Lily that Billy is nothing more than a business partner and a past-tense love interest.
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Lily Winters Is Better Than That
Lily decided that she couldn’t be with Cane because of the kisses he shared with Victoria. Fans recall that Billy drove many hours to tell the then imprisoned Lily about that indiscretion, which served to convince her to leave Cane for good.
Khalil’s character should logically realize that Billy’s erratic personal history certainly doesn’t bode well. Yes, the past represents no one’s future and it’s possible that BiLily could be great.
But the likelihood of forming any lasting relationship with Billy isn’t strong. It’s possible that Lily isn’t looking for that to happen, but could be drawn into a pairing due to workplace proximity and if Billy’s charm overwhelms.
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