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43rd Annual Daytime Emmys Video Interviews: From The Red Carpet To The Winners Circle!

The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys are in the record books.  But before we turn the page, On-Air On-Soaps has provided you with all the links from our video interviews: from the main Daytime Emmys red carpet and winners circle, to the red carpet and the winners circle from this year’s Daytime Creative Arts Emmys.

We have broken them down by the soaps themselves: GH, DAYS, Y&R, and B&B, plus digital series interviews and other daytime programming celebrities who we chatted with.  Just click on the blue hyperlink on the name of the performer, or creative, and it will take you directly to the video.

And if you missed our red carpet fashion and arrivals photo gallery click here.  To check the winners circle photo gallery click here.

If you’ve already seen some of the videos, or missed some of the postings, now you can check them all out below. After checking out the interview, let us know who was your favorite!

GENERAL HOSPITAL

Frank Valentini w/ Nicolas Bechtel, Brooklyn Rae Silzer, and Maura West –Winners/Press Room

Nicolas Bechtel with Brooklyn Rae Silzer – Red Carpet

Tyler Christopher – Winner/Press Room

Tyler Christopher – Red Carpet

Bryan Craig –   Winners/Press Room

Bryan Craig and Kelly Thiebaud – Red Carpet

Matt Cohen – Red Carpet

Bill Ludel and GH Directing Team – Winners/Press Room

Frank Valentini, Michelle Stafford, and Vinessa Antoine – Red Carpet

Brooklyn Rae Silzer with Jason Thompson – Red Carpet

Finola Hughes – Red Carpet

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Vinessa Antoine – Red Carpet

Dominic Zamprogna – Red Carpet

Donnell Turner – Red Carpet

Anthony Montgomery and Lisa LoCicero – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Mark Teschner –Winner/Creative Arts

Teresa Castillo – Red Carpet

DAYS OF OUR LIVES

Mary Beth Evans – Winners/Press room

Kassie and James DePaiva – Red Carpet

Billy Flynn – Red Carpet

True O’Brien with Casey Moss – Winners/Press Room

Eric Martsolf and Jen Lilley – Red Carpet

Melissa Reeves – Red Carpet

John Aniston – Red Carpet

Galen Gering – Red Carpet

Ken Corday – Creative Arts Winner

Olivia Rose Keegan and James Lastovic – Creative Arts Winners/Press Room

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS

Jessica Collins – Winners/Press room

Jessica Collins – Red Carpet

Jason Thompson – Red Carpet

Tristan Rogers – Red Carpet

Christian LeBlanc – Red Carpet

Gina Tognoni – Red Carpet

Justin Harley and Chrishell Stause – Red Carpet

Greg Rikaart – Red Carpet

Hunter King – Red Carpet

Kristoff St. John – Red Carpet

Max Ehrich with Veronica Dunne and Christian LeBlanc – Red Carpet

Melissa Claire Egan – Red Carpet

Mara McCaffrey – Red Carpet

Tracey E. Bregman – Red Carpet

Christian LeBlanc and Tracey E. Bregman – Creative Arts Red Carpet

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL

Brad Bell and B&B Writing Team – Winners/Press Room

Obba Babatunde’ – Winners/Press Room

Obba Babatunde’ – Red Carpet

Jacob Young – Red Carpet

Karla Mosley – Red Carpet

Katherine Kelly Lang – Red Carpet

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Pierson Fode’ – Red Carpet

Anna Maria Horsford – Red Carpet

Reign Edwards – Red Carpet

Rome Flynn – Red Carpet

Katherine Kelly Lang – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Heather Tom – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Don Diamont– Creative Arts Red Carpet

Don Diamont, Heather Tom, Katherine Kelly Lang – Creative Arts Winners/Press Room (Presenters)

Casey Kaspryck – Creative Arts Red Carpet Winners/Press Room

Digital Series Interviews

Van Hansis – Red Carpet

Van Hansis – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Patsy Pease – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Kathleen Gati – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Mary Beth Evans – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Mary Beth Evans – Creative Arts Winners/Press Room

Lilly Melgar – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Kevin Spirtas– Creative Arts Red Carpet

Matthew Ashford – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Gregori J. Martin, Wendy Riche, and Kristos Andrews – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Gregori J. Martin, Kristos Andrews, Mary Beth Evans – Creative Arts Winners/Press Room

Other Celebrity Interviews

Dr. Mehmet Oz – Winner/Press Room

Chris Harrison – Red Carpet

Sonia Manzano – Winners/Press Room

Brandon McMillan – Red Carpet

The Ladies of the Talk – Winners/Press Room

Mike Richards/The Price is Right – Winners/Press Room

Frank Welker – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Brandon McMillan – Creative Arts Red Carpet

Patricia Heaton – Creative Arts Winners/Press Room

What was your favorite video interview from the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys red carpet and winner’s circle? Let us know in the comment section below!

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First, I want to say-
Thank You, Michael !
I appreciate the time and effort you take to bring us all these awesome interviews! ( only the best from Michael..

the Bryan Craig & Kelly Thiebaud was great.. I noticed Bryan’s light hair- I like the blondish hair on him.. Kelly was sweet.. so good to see here once again..

OK- I’m in way over my head– I want to comment on all the great interviews, but honestly I am too lazy to do it..

So, I have to tell; they were fun to watch and I liked them !!
(I only clicked GH & Y&R because I do not know of the other soaps..

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Mary Beth’s Evans was the most heartfelt and genuine–as usual! She’s the real deal.

Tyler Christopher’s was appropriate–he thanked the right people–as he did in acceptance speech.

Finola’s–always a treat–as is Tristan Rogers.

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Realizing that both Ari’s parents are looking like they will be in prison, he asks Gabi, “Who gets the fun job of explaining this to Ari?” Ari loves Julie. He exclaims,”How I am supposed to explain that her mother tried to kill her multiple times?”

Distraught and thus facing parenting alone, Sonny screams at Gabi if she even knows her daughter exists!?  Gabi thinks Sonny is being horrible to her, but stands by her actions that Julie needed to pay.  Sonny just shakes his head in disbelief.  Ari’s parents will both be in the slammer!  When DA James Giddens arrives (Terrell Tilford) he says that Gabi will get 10 years in prison with no time off for good behavior and no parole.   In these scenes. Smith and Banus really delivered the material and brought it to an emotional level that hit home to the viewers.

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And now this week, get ready for more drama.  Gabi may get a last minute reprieve, while Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) is so close to remembering what happened the night of the accident that killed Adrienne (Judi Evans) – how she was drunk in a car that caused the crash – and the victim of this is not only Adrienne, but Will (Chandler Massey) who was sent to prison for a crime he did not commit.

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The NBC soap opera does tape so far in advance that many will still be airing through September of this year; while Casey Moss’ last episode as JJ aired this past week.

With Galen Gering (Rafe) leaving as well as Freddie Smith (Sonny) and Chandler Massey (Wll), we wanted to know; which actors are you most upset about leaving the series?

Vote below in our most recent DAYS poll and then let us know why you cast your vote that way via the comment section

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She has won a Daytime Emmy for her stellar performances as Abigail Deveraux, but now as many know, Kate Mansi has been spreading her wings as a director behind-the-camera.

Mansi follows on the heels of such fan favorite actresses as: Alison Sweeney (Sami, DAYS), Heather Tom (Katie, B&B), Cady McClain (Dixie and Rosanna Ex-AMC and ATWT) and Kimberly McCullough (Robin, GH) all who have eventually gone on to direct daytime and primetime episodes  of noted and successful series.

In the new DOOL app four-part series, From On-Stage to Behind-The-Scenes with Kate Mansi, the talented young actress learns the rigors and demands of working behind the camera in the fast world of daytime drama from Days of our Lives‘ director (and another Emmy winner) Sonia Blangiardo,who mentors Kate through the process.

The series talks about the current movement of having more female directors getting opportunities and be recognized for their work in film and TV, and the challenges a soap opera director faces every day: from dry block, where they work with the actors, working through their shot lists, and the ensuing problems that can arise in any production on the day to day.  But in soaps, the pressure is really on, because there is not much time to re-shoot things and to get them right.

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