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Spixie Swoons: GH

On Tuesday's GH, viewers finally got to see Spinelli serenade Maxie in what can only be described as one of the sweetest, most sincere moments in daytime supercouple history. After having received a special microphone from Patrick that would enhance his voice, Spinelli was ready to sing his heart out at Jake's in the name of courtly love. Upon arriving at Jake's, Spinelli accidentally dropped the mic in a pitcher of beer causing it to malfunction. Fearing that he would embarrass Maxie as well as himself, Spinelli put off performing as long as possible, but in the end his fears proved to be unfounded as he belted out the ballad "I Want to Know What Love Is," by Foreigner.

Shortly before Spinelli's performance it was obvious he was nervous, almost to the point of being ill. This sight did not escape anyone's attention, least of all Nicholas and Lucky's, who were holding back laughter and throwing up their hands in confusion. Quite frankly, I felt like smacking both of them for their rudeness. Neither one of them were brave enough to sing karaoke. Furthermore isn't Nicholas supposed to be a prince? And if anyone should be ridiculed it should be Nicholas for allowing himself to be conned by Emily's look alike, but I digress. In the end Spinelli silenced his critics and won Jake's karaoke contest as well as the heart of his fair Maximista.

This link leads to a clip of Spinelli's performance at Jake's and additional Maxie and Spinelli scenes.

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