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38th Annual Daytime Emmy Nominations

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Susan Flannery The Bold and the Beautiful
Alicia Minshew All My Children
Debbi Morgan All My Children
Michelle Stafford The Young and the Restless
Laura Wright General Hospital

 

Colleen Zenk As the World Turns

 

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Maurice Benard General Hospital
Ricky Paull Goldin All My Children
Christian LeBlanc The Young and the Restless
Michael Park As The World Turns
James Scott Days of our Lives

 

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Tricia Cast The Young and the Restless

Melissa Claire Egan All My Children
Nancy Lee Grahn General Hospital

Julie Pinson As the World Turns

Heather Tom The Bold and the Beautiful

Bree Williamson One Life to Live

 

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Doug Davidson The Young and the Restless
Jonathan Jackson General Hospital
Brian Kerwin One Life to Live
Jason Thompson General Hospital
Billy Miller The Young and the Restless

 

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

Brittany Allen All My Children
Lexi Ainsworth General Hospital
Emily O’Brien The Young and the Restless

 

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

Scott Clifton The Bold and the Beautiful

Chandler Massey Days of our Lives

Chad Duell General Hospital

 

Outstanding Drama Series

 

 

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

 

 

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

 

 

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EXCLUSIVE: 45th Annual Daytime Emmys Winners & Backstage Video Interviews!

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The 45th Annual Daytime Emmys are in the record books.  And as previously reported, it was a big night for NBC’s Days of our Lives taking Outstanding Drama Series, Writing and Directing in a Drama Series Awards, plus top acting nods to James Reynolds (Abe) and Greg Vaughan (Eric).

Behind the scenes while the ceremony continued on-stage, and as the night’s big winners and several presenters were whisked away backstage following their victory, they took to the Winner’s Walk and chatted with Michael Fairman who got their reactions to winning the gold, or presenting important moments of the night during the live-stream broadcast.

From DAYS Deidre Hall (Marlena), Dr. Oz, The Ladies of The Talk, and GH’Chris Van Etten to DAYS head scribe Ron Carlivati, to Y&R’s actress winners: Eileen Davidson (Ashley) and Camryn Grimes (Mariah), and GH’s Chloe Lanier (Nelle, Vernee Watson (Stella) and more now you can watch the complete backstage series of conversations on The Michael Fairman Channel on You Tube.  Make sure to “subscribe” for these and more celebrity interviews.

After the jump, check out some of the winners and backstage interviews with Michael.  You can also go directly to the video you are looking to view, by clicking on the blue hyperlink on the interviewees name. (more…)

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Days Of Our Lives

45th Annual Daytime Emmy Winners: Days of our Lives Takes Drama Series, Davidson & Reynolds Top Acting Honors!

On Sunday night, the men and women of daytime television gathered together to celebrate their accomplishments and to celebrate one another at the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards handed out by NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts and Science) at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

And the envelope please … it was a big night for Days of our Lives! The NBC daytime drama series took home the gold for Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series for Ron Carlivati and his team, and Outstanding Direction in a Drama Series.  In addition, James Reynolds walked away with the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series award for his heartbreaking performance as Abe Carver. Most of DAYS submissions in the major categories centered around the episode where JJ (Casey Moss) contemplates suicide, and the Christmas Eve episode where Theo finally comes out of his coma, as well as the double-wedding episodes were Ben busts through the door for shocking news for Sonny and Paul, and Chad and Abigail.

In addition soap vet, Greg Vaughan won the Emmy for his work on DAYS in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category.

Y&R took home two major acting honors. First, Eileen Davidson bested the other 4 strong women in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Ashley Abbott.  The Lead Actress category was the toughest acting category of the night for many to call.  Davidson had now one two Lead Actress trophies, having won previously for her role as Kristen DiMera on DAYS.   Camryn Grimes also added to her trophy collection winning for her role as Mariah Copeland in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category.  She previously won an Emmy in 2001, and was the youngest ever to receive an honor for her role as Cassie Newman.

In the Younger Acting categories; General Hospital’s Chloe Lanier received the Outstanding Younger Actress prize, while former B&B star, Rome Flynn (Ex-Zende) took home the Outstanding Younger Actor gold.  GH’s Vernee Watson (Stella) was named the Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series, and The Bay added to their collection with another win for the Outstanding Digital Drama Series.

Daytime’s beloved Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie Williams) of Days of our Lives were honored with the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award.

After the jump check out the complete list of winners from the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.  Then after the jump, let us know what you thought of the night’s winners via the comment section below. (more…)

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45th Annual Daytime Emmys Red Carpet Fashion: Who’s Got The Look?

The stars of daytime made the red carpet their own strutting their stuff, getting glammed up, and bringing the excitement to the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards!

But who wore it well? Who were the Best Dressed Women, Best Dressed Men, and Best Dressed Duos? It’s time for you to weigh-in!

Take a look at some of our favorite looks from the night! For the women: Hayley Erin, Lauralee Bell, Melissa Ordway, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Marci Miller, Katherine Kelly Lang, Tamara Braun, Mishael Morgan were a few that top our list.

For the men looking dashing were: Michael Easton, Greg Vaughan, Greg Rikaart and Robert Sudduth, Lamon Archey, Tyler Christopher, Chandler Massey, Steve Burton, James Patrick Stuart, and that’s just for starters.

As for those dazzling duos look no further than: Darin Brooks and Kelly Kruger, Grant Turnbull and Nadia Bjorlin, Anthony Montgomery and Vinessa Antoine, Brad and Colleen Bell, and Casey Moss and True O’ Brien.

After the jump take a fashion rewind with some of the best looks of the night. Then share your thoughts on who looked “hot”, and we’re not talking about the weather via the comment section below.

To see full size images, click on the photo and open slideshow.

Photo Credits: Hutchins Photo and JPI Studios

 

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