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Daytime Emmys Release Highlights Of Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominees

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NATAS has released today highlights of the nominated performances in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category.

In the clip presentation selected moments from the actresses submitted reels are shown.  Nominees are:

Y&R’s Christel Khalil (Lily)  – In the scene, Lily delivers an emotional farewell to her father Neil (the late Kristoff St. John), at his funeral.

GH’s Tamara Braun (Ex-Kim) – In the scene, Kim sits with her son, Oscar (Garren Stitt) while he is in the hospital in the face of a devastating future.

GH’s Rebecca Budig (Ex-Hayden) – In the scene, Hayden explains to Finn (Michael Easton) that she intended to stay further away from him and Port Charles with their daughter Violet, but she could not go through with that plan.

DAYS Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie) – In her scene, as certain death looms, an ailing Julie and her beloved Doug (Bill Hayes)  take a walk down memory lane.

B&B’s Annika Noelle (Hope) – In her scene, Hope learns from Liam (Scott Clifton) that baby Beth did not make it.

The Daytime Emmys air Friday night, June 26th on CBS.

So, who are you rooting for to take home the gold in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category? Weigh-in via the comment section below.

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James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

Still pissed Lindsey Godfrey wasn’t in this category. She hit it out of the park with her scenes as DAYS’ Sarah finding out the baby she thought was hers wasn’t her baby at all and that her real baby had died.

Joel
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Joel

Those scenes you’re talking about aired this year. These emmys are for work that aired in 2019.

Derrick Walker
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Derrick Walker

That happened this year. Lindsey should and probably will get nominated if she submits this.

Freeman Griffin
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Freeman Griffin

Those scenes weren’t eligible but will be next year for 2020.

Derrick Walker
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Derrick Walker

I meant to say for next year

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

I hope the guys who responded to my comment are right…it would be a real heartbreak if Lindsey wasn’t recognized for her work when she did those scenes. I was left totally stunned because of how she packed that punch when she was portraying Sarah’s emotions

GramS
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GramS

Good luck Christel Khalil, you were excellent.

Derrick Walker
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Derrick Walker

With the exception of Rebecca Budig, it’s hard to predict who will win? All did fantastic.

Freeman Griffin
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Freeman Griffin

I agree. I truly am perplexed by Rebecca Budig’s inclusion. Also: both Budig and Khalil were short-term guest performers imo.

sonniorsolita
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sonniorsolita

As much as Susan Seaforth Hayes would be a sentimental favorite and this is by far Christel Khalil’s strongest work ever, based on the clip above, Tamara Braun comes out ahead. What a gorgeous scene. The emotion feels so honest and not a bit overplayed.

Freeman Griffin
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Freeman Griffin

I agree. Tamara Braun deserves to win. But it’s hard to figure out the panelists decision-making – the makeup of the panel is really important and we don’t know it’s composition. I have no idea who is going to win in this category!

Freeman Griffin
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Freeman Griffin

This is impossible to predict. I am rooting for Tamara Braun and I enjoyed Susan Seaforth Hayes’s submission as well. Christel Khalil is a guest performer and since she could draw on her real life feelings about Kristoff she has an advantage. Annika Noelle had one great episode for her Emmy reel but I don’t care for her character at all and she doesn’t deliver consistently as an actress, often giving lackluster performances. I am perplexed by Rebecca Budig’s nomination and see her as the only nominee who I give no chance of winning to her. IDK who will win… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

@GH : Tamara Braun. General Hospital fired/let go their best coulda woulda shoulda : Kim / Elizabeth / Britta / Terri. herald in a new generation, FANS, a new leading lady status @ hospital. doldrum state… of DULL . Carly AND Sam . unforgivable… sorry state of a show… bring back Tony to close this show out ANY ONE MISSING Jake Doe w/Liz And/or the pulsating trigger of Kim right about now, ala Drew ? Brita w/Julian FIRE ! HOTTED OUT Terri was in line… leading the way. Rebecca Budig : never caught with me. the only thing good about… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

OH ; I am CERTAINLY taken: STUPID GH my vent; on me

wasted Life : Jeffrey Vincent Parise, NOMINATED for an emmy, again;

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Love’ still

Mine

Patrick
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Patrick

I am most certainly looking FORWARD to next year’ laud:

Lindsey Godfrey
Stacy Haiduk

both eloquent fired w/passion muchos gusto LEADING and/or Supporting CAST share

as I like to share… the men folk @DAYS “know” the inside “humor” of sexy good looks machismo SUPPORTING the show with their leading ladies… dag this show fires

the likes of Eric / Brady / Xander / Victor / John you name it the men ran with these two… PLUS their LOVE for Mickey/Rachel. WOW tears like a waterfall.. heart wrench please

Rodd
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Rodd

I enjoy almost all of these actresses, but I’m 100% rooting for Susan Seaforth Hayes to win. Her performance was sooo true to life. It was subtle in various ways and made me feel I was right there with her and her husband. She demonstrated, yet again, that she is willing to let it all go and be in the moment. Brilliantly done!

Jimh
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Jimh

Between Christel and Susan…

soapfan
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soapfan

Who should win? This is a tough category. I would love to se Christel Khalil win in a year where Lily finally found her voice and Christel finally escaped Daniel Goddard as a scene partner and was able to act freely without that skeezy jackass sucking all the oxygen out of their scenes. Honourable mention to Budig and Braun, who were great too.

Who will win? Annika Noelle, with a slight chance that Susan Seaforth Hayes will steal it.

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Now here’s a first in Daytime Emmy history! The red carpet was actually held ahead of its broadcast, all as a part of keeping with a Covid-19 friendly and safe environment to bring back some of the glitz the award show usually brings to its fans.

While last year’s Daytime Emmy ceremonies were all virtual, this year’s brought the nominees and presenters together for a socially-distanced red carpet event to celebrate their nominations and to strike a pose in front of the paparazzi.

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Most of all the nominees from your favorite daytime dramas took part including: General Hospital’s Briana Henry, Briana Lane, Carolyn Hennesy, Cynthia Watros, Dominic Zamprogna, Donnell Turner, Finola Hughes, Genie Francis, Jeff Kober, James Patrick Stuart, Katelyn MacMullen, Kim Delaney, Maurice Benard, Max Gail, Nancy Lee Grahn, Sonya Shepherd, Steve Burton, Sydney Mikayla, and Tajh Bellow.

From The Bold and the Beautiful attending were: Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Darin Brooks, Tanner Novlan, and from The Young and the Restless Bryton James, Brytni Sarpi, Melissa Claire Egan, and Courtney Hope, as well as Days of our Lives’ Cady McClain, Deirdre Hall, Tamara Braun, Robert Scott Wilson, Wally Kurth, Victoria Konefal, George Delhoyo, Cady Mcclain, Victoria Platt, Jackée Harry and Robert Scott Wilson.

Make sure to watch the 48th annual Daytime Emmy Awards this Friday night June 25th on CBS (8 p.m. EST).

Check out the images below from the Red Carpet. Then let us know who do you think wore it best via the comment section below!

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After its controversial 11th season and following the departure of original cast member, Sharon Osbourne, there had been chatter that maybe the The Talk would come to an end.

However, news today from CBS has that it has renewed its top daytime talker, and the series will live to see another day for its upcoming 12th season this fall.

Having debuted in October 2010, the show now features Carrie Ann Inaba (who also serves as the show’s moderator), Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, and Elaine Welteroth as it primary co-hosts.

As with previous amalgamations of the co-hosts, the women discuss the latest headlines, current events, and human-interest stories of the day.

The series put out this tweet on their pick-up sharing: “JUST ANNOUNCED! #TheTalk has been officially renewed for another year on @CBSreturning for a 12th season in 2021-2022! More fun, more topics, more talk!”

So, glad The Talk is continuing on, or did you think it was time for it to go? Comment below.

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‘Ryan’s Hope’ Star and Soap Vet, John Gabriel Has Passed Away at 90

Heartbreaking news Monday morning and to start the week. Beloved Ryan’s Hope soap veteran, John Gabriel (Ex-Dr. Seneca Beaulac) has died.

His daughter, actress Andrea Gabriel (Lost) shared the news of his passing via her Instagram account.

In her statement, Andrea shared: “It is with an unspeakably heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing.  John Gabriel was my hero, my role model, and my champion, but above all, my daddy… I will love you forever.”

Gabriel’s run on Ryan’s Hope was in two parts.  He started with the ABC daytime drama series in 1975 and stayed till 1985.  He then returned from 1988 to 1989.  Seneca’s love story with Jillian Coleridge (the late Nancy Addison Altman) was often front and center on the series.

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As soap fans know, John was married to another former soap star, Sandy Gabriel (Ex-Edna Thornton, All My Children and  Ex-Christine Venet Ryan’s Hope), and is also survived by his other daughter Melissa and their two grandsons.

Throughout his daytime soap career, Gabriel received one Daytime Emmy nomination back in 1980.  He also appeared in roles on General Hospital, Loving, The Bold and the Beautiful, Generations and Days of our Lives.

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In primetime he was known for his roles on Gilligan’s Island, Mary Tyler Moore Show.  John was also an accomplished singer performing on many variety and talk show through the years.

In 1995, Gabriel produced the late Charles Grodin’s talk show Charles Grodin for CNBC.

No official cause of death for Gabriel was revealed, and no memorial plans as of this moment.

Share your condolences and remembrances of John via the comment section below.

 

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