The Young and the Restless' Doug Davidson Wins Daytime Emmy For Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series!By Luke Kerr on June 16, 2013
The Young and the Restless’ Doug Davidson took home the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on June 16. It was his first win. Congratulations to Davidson!
There was a General Hospital father and daughter reunion at the Daytime Emmy Gifting Suite. Rick Hearst and Haley Pullos–who portray father and daughter Ric Lansing and Molly Lansing–posed for photos in the gifting suite where soap stars snagged swag on June 15. Hearst last appeared on General Hospital in 2009, the same year Pullos took over the role of a SORASED Molly.
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General Hospital’s Teresa Castillo stunned at the Daytime Emmy Nominee Party on June 13. Daytime Confidential dug up new photos of your favorite stars—some of whom didn’t make it into Soap Stars Party it Up at 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception—for you to enjoy.
Check out the Daytime Emmy Nominee Reception photos after the jump!
The Young and the Restless’ Judy Blye Wilson (pictured above with Ignacio Serricchio, Chrishell Stause and Melissa Claire Egan) picked up the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Casting For a Drama Series at the 40th Annual Creative Arts Technical Emmy Awards on June 13. The win was one of 13 for CBS Daytime.
Angelica McDaniel, vice-president of CBS Daytime, congratulated the CBS winners on Twitter. Days of Our Lives picked up two statues. General Hospital tied with One Life to Live to win Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing For a Drama Series.
See the full list of Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Award winners after the jump! READ MORE
The Young and the Restless star Melody Thomas Scott will take the stage with Alex Trebek at the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards to announce The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences partnership with The Smithsonian. Scott will pledge the gown worn by Nikki Newman at her 2002 wedding to Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) during the telecast.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will receive the wedding gown worn by actress Melody Thomas Scott as “Nikki Reed” during one of her 12 weddings on the daytime drama, “The Young and the Restless”. This gown was worn on air in 2002 during her second wedding to “Victor Newman,” played by actor Eric Braeden. Ms. Thomas Scott has been a major player in “The Young and the Restless” daytime drama, acting on the show for more than 34 years. The dress was pledged to the museum during the Sunday June 16 broadcast of the 40th annual daytime EMMY awards.
The museum has partnered with the National Academy of Arts and Sciences to collect objects reflecting the contributions of daytime television. A May 9 donation ceremony marked the partnership's beginning with donations from All My Children actress Susan Lucci, Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek and Barney co-creator Kathy and composer, Phil Parker. The donations represent three of the Daytime Entertainment Emmy categories-daytime dramas, game shows and children's programming.