|Posted by timeaftertime on February 22, 2010 at 8:00 AM|
In daytime you cannot have any issues without someone causing the problems most of the time. Maybe you have something or someone they want. Maybe they lost something and they feel you are to blame. Maybe you have done something to them in the past either intentionally or by mistake. Maybe you were not there for them when they felt they needed you. Maybe it is not about you. Whatever the case someone is on your back and is out seeking revenge. Wanting to take everything from you and make you suffer. That's what it takes to be a villainess and a villain for that matter.
When it comes to African American's there has not been a long history of bad women on the television screens. For the most part African American women have been played as nice and mostly moralistic females. Yet in reality we know that women in general can range from being very good to very bad. Just depends on the situation.
Yet there have been a few over the last 3 decades that made their way to our favorite fictional cities and plotted, schemed, and participated in bad acts of distaste, desperation, pain, anger and/or a need to control.
In the latest top 5 list we celebrate and remember 5 women who were bad to the bone.
4. Doreen Jackson, Generations
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3. Elizabeth "Liz" Sabourne, Passions
See moe Passions here.
2. Virginia Harrison, Sunset Beach
See more Sunset Beach here.
1. Alexandra "Lexie" Carver-Dimera, Days Of Our Lives
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Who is your favorite African American Villainess?
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