Daytime Emmys: “General Hospital” wins a lot

Phideaux Xavier, left, and Allison Reames Smith pose in the press room with the award for outstanding directing team for a drama series for "General Hospital" at the 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Friday, June 24, 2022, in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Paris, 2022-06-24 22:38:00. Daytime Emmys: “General Hospital” wins a lot


Pasadena, California –

Three “General Hospital” stars won honors for acting and the series’ directing team won Daytime Emmy Awards on Friday night.

Kelly Thiebaud won as a supporting actress for her role as Dr. Brett Westbourne and Jeff Cooper scored as a supporting actor for his role as Cyrus Reno. Nicholas Chavez won as the Youngest Performer in the ABC drama.

“Fabulous!” Chavez said. “A little over a year ago I was selling cars in a small Florida beach town. I’ve always had the love and support of my family, but none of us would ever dream of being on this platform.”

The cheerful Thiebaud won her first nomination.

“I can’t believe this,” she said. “I was so shocked.” “My brother, when I first started acting, he kept going and was like, ‘You’re not that good. “So thank you for giving me something to rub in the face.”

Cooper is best known for his intense film and prime-time work on shows such as Sons of Anarchy and The Walking Dead.

He said, “Wow, thank you for making me feel so welcome in the day. What a journey.” “I love what we have to do for a living, it’s play.”

The director’s team won the “General Hospital” for the third year in a row. NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” won for the writing team.

Kelly Clarkson earned her third consecutive title as an entertainment talk show host. Her eponymous show also won its second consecutive cup for an entertainment talk show. The singer spends the summer with her children and did not attend.

Tamron Hall earned her second consecutive trophy as a handy talk show host.

Ms. Susan Lucci, who starred in All My Children during the show’s 41-year run, received a standing ovation. She presented the clip In Memoriam, which included a photo of her husband Helmet Huber, who died in March. Michael Bolton released his song “How I’m Supposed to Live Without You”.

John Aniston of “Days of Our Lives” has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his 37-year role as Victor Kyriakis. The 88-year-old actor was not there.

It was introduced via video by his daughter, Jennifer Aniston, who said, “His career is literally the definition of lifelong achievement.” She noted that he began acting in 1962 in prime time and also appeared in defunct soaps such as “Love of Life” and “Search For Tomorrow” before joining “Days” in 1985.

After two years of pre-recorded presentations due to the coronavirus pandemic, Al-Nahar is back to honor it by night with a personal party. In 2020, the show went virtual for the first time and last year the audience was limited.

However, the specter of COVID-19 was being felt.

Two of the candidates from “The Young and the Restless” were forced to step down. Leading actor nominee Jason Thompson, who plays Billy Abbott, and supporting actress nominee Melissa Ordway, who plays Abby Newman, have said on social media that they have tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the show.

Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner of “Entertainment Tonight” co-hosted the 49th Annual Awards Gala held at the Pasadena Convention Center, where several nominees sat at socially spaced cocktail tables and others sat in rows next to each other.

Frazier and Turner found themselves accepting a Daytime Emmy when ET won for an entertainment news series.

Turner opened the show by noting the Supreme Court that struck down women’s constitutional protections for abortion earlier on Friday. She emphatically told Frasier that her “choice” was that she should wear her blue dress. The crowd cheered and some women stood up.

Co-nominee actress Nancy Lee Grahn of “General Hospital” walked the indoor red carpet wearing references to the day’s news. She had a temporary tattoo that read “Reproductive Freedom” on her chest, the word “Choice” on her stud earrings and carried a black bag that read “Ban Our Bodies” with rhinestones.

“I wouldn’t dare go into this process without speaking out about the devastation that has happened to me today and what a dark day for the women of this country,” the 66-year-old said. “We will not allow this, nor will we support it.”

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