Things are always changing on "General Hospital, " and everyone has noticed that Valerie Spencer doesn't seem to be the staple on the show that she was for a while. Fans are curious if this means that she is gone or not. Now actress Brytni Sarpy, who plays Valerie, is speaking out about her character and what is going on.

What is the plan for Valerie Spencer?

Brytni Sarpy joined the show in 2015 and has been on there ever since. She has done a lot of things on the series, but now it looks like she will just be on recurring status instead of being on the show full-time.

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Brytni finally went to her Twitter account to share the details about what is going on with her.

She said, "“I was graciously alloted the opportunity to pursue other acting endeavors, but will still be popping into Port Chuck, every now and again. I hope you’ll continue to follow me on my journey, I promise it will be an exciting one!" It sounds like Valerie won't be around much anymore. If you want to keep up with Brytni she should be posting on her social networks and letting her fans know what new jobs she is doing and where you can catch her on television in the future.

It sounds like new jobs are coming for her.

When it comes to the character of Valerie Spencer, it is understandable that she would move on. She did what she could to break up Lulu and Dante's marriage, but they are now back together and doing great. They even got remarried. Valerie has dated around a bit, but her role seemed to be pretty much done on the show. There is really no reason to keep her around full-time unless she was to get a new storyline going and that just doesn't seem to be going to happen.

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Characters come and go on "General Hospital, " and it looks like Valerie is one that will be moving on to new things.

Are you going to miss seeing Valerie Spencer all the time on "General Hospital"? Do you think that she is a great addition to the cast? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "General Hospital" weekdays on ABC.