Billy and Kevin on "The Young and the Restless"
Billy (Jason Thompson) learn the results of the paternity test on the April 25, 2017 episode of “The Young and the Restless.” CBS

They both received shocking letters from Chloe stating that they could be the father of her child. Now, after a paternity test, Kevin and Billy will receive the results and learn which one of them is Bella’s dad on the Tuesday, April 25 episode of “The Young and the Restless.”

Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) sent letters to both men while on the run, telling them that one of them could be Bella’s father, despite denying that they both were when she first came back to town. After she fled when she was outed as Adam’s murderer, Kevin (Greg Rikaart) started taking care of Bella, as he had planned to be her step-father. After Chloe’s letters to both him and Billy (Jason Thompson), he feared his role would change. Now in a preview clip for the CBS soap, he and Billy will both brace themselves for the results.

“The results,” Paul (Doug Davidson) says in the clip.

“Did you?” Kevin asks.

“No, I have no idea who the father is,” Paul replies.

Kevin doesn’t have high hopes that the results will come back in his favor since he did a test when Chloe first came back go town too, one which showed the results to be negative. But in a surprising turn of events, the results this time will come back with a very different outcome—and Kevin will learn he is a father.

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While he will be shell-shocked, and potentially a bit upset that the truth was kept from him for so long, the news will also thrill Kevin because it means he gets to truly care for Bella for good, and no one can take that away from him. As for Billy, the news will be a relief, because it will allow him to remain freed up to pursue his romance with Phyllis (Gina Tognoni).

“The Young and the Restless” airs weekdays at 12:30 p.m. EDT on CBS.

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