The Young and the Restless Spoilers Next 2 Weeks: Sharon’s Marriage Choice – Chelsea Lands in Fairview – Kevin Defends Chloe

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Next 2 Weeks: Sharon’s Marriage Choice – Chelsea Lands in Fairview – Kevin Defends Chloe

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for the next two weeks tease that we’ll see some stunning moves and dangerous games. During the week of May 10-14, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) will offer Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) a way out of the mess she’s created for herself.

Chelsea would rather see Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) go down like she planned, but she’ll accept that’s no longer possible due to Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) threats.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say Chelsea will give Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) a confession instead, but it seems she’ll land in Fairview instead of prison due to Victor’s arrangement.

In the meantime, Faith Newman’s (Reylynn Caster) will begin her recovery after successfully receiving a life-saving kidney transplant. Adam’s sacrifice will give Faith a chance at a future, but he’ll have to reflect on his past and whether he can escape it.

A special standalone episode will help Adam determine his fate, so look for a chess game that’ll serve as a character reboot.

Next on The Young and the Restless, Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) will impart some wisdom ahead of Summer Newman’s (Hunter King) engagement party.

Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) will do the same with Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor), who’ll inherit John Abbott’s (Jerry Douglas) pocket watch.

It’ll be tough for Kyle to realize he won’t be able to pass that watch down to Harrison Locke. He’ll also feel guilty for keeping something so massive from Jack, but this secret won’t stay under wraps much longer.

It looks like Tara Locke (Elizabeth Leiner) will show up with Harrison as this engagement shindig winds down, so Kyle will reel and most likely tell Jack the rest of the story.

As for Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case), she’ll make a choice regarding her marriage. Will Sharon resolve to keep fighting for Rey or throw in the towel? Sharon will reach a decision, but we’ll see if Rey’s on the same page about what she decides.

Over with Amanda Sinclair (Karla Mosley), she’ll battle suspicions about Imani Benedict (Leigh-Ann Rose) and her ulterior motives. Imani will act like she’s seen the light and wants to build an actual relationship with Amanda, but it’ll be obvious there’s another agenda going on.

Amanda will resolve to find out what that agenda is, so it looks like she’ll accept Imani’s help crafting Sutton Ames’ (Jack Landron) legal defense.

However, Amanda will refuse to lower her guard with her half-sister during the week of May 17-21. It’s the right call since Imani clearly can’t be trusted!

Victor will hold the key to a mystery from the past, so that’ll probably connect to Amanda’s storyline. Could Victor uncover the truth about Richard Nealon’s death? There should at least be some major clue that could put Amanda and Victor on the same side.

As for Kevin Fisher (Greg Vaughan), he’ll rush to Chloe Mitchell’s (Elizabeth Hendrickson) defense. Chloe didn’t understand the extent of Chelsea’s revenge mission when she signed up, so Kevin will hope that’ll count for something.

The last thing Kevin and Chloe want is for their family to be torn apart, so Kevin will hope Chloe can avoid major legal consequences.

Meanwhile on The Young and the Restless, Summer won’t budge on her stance. Since Y&R has established that Summer doesn’t trust Tara, that might be the stance she sticks to.

Then again, this could involve Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) and Summer’s belief that her rival is bad news. Summer and Sally’s feud is far from over, so Y&R fans will want to stay tuned for more drama.

We’ll bring you updates as other Y&R info comes in. The Young and the Restless spoilers say the next two weeks will bring some shockers and shakeups, so keep watching! CDL will have all the fantastic Young and the Restless spoilers, news and updates you need, so be sure to check back often.