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Daytime Emmys 2010: 'Bold and the Beautiful,' Dr. Oz Win Gold

by Allison Waldman, posted Jun 27th 2010 11:00PM
Dick ClarkThe 37th Annual Daytime Emmys were broadcast live from the Las Vegas Hilton, with Regis Philbin hosting.

There were three big tributes for the night honoring Dick Clark, Agnes Nixon and 'As the World Turns.' Ryan Seacrest presented a special Emmy to Clark for his contributions to TV, including 'American Bandstand.' After a video flashback, he was saluted by live acts.

By the end of the night, the big winner of the night would be CBS, with 'The Bold and the Beautiful' winning the Outstanding Daytime Drama for the second year in a row.

Outstanding Informative Talk Show was won by 'The Doctors,' a first for that show, while 'Ellen DeGeneres' was the winner for Entertainment Talk Show. DeGeneres herself wasn't there, and another no-show was the surprise victor for Outstanding Talk Show Host, Dr. Mehmet Oz.

[ Full List of Daytime Emmy Winners | Daytime Emmys Red Carpet Photos ]

Discovery's unconventional game show, 'Cash Cab,' won its third consecutive Emmy as Outstanding Game Show, and Ben Bailey was his fourth Emmy as Game Show Host.

CBS had much to celebrate in addition to 'The Bold and the Beautiful's' big win. Even though 'As the World Turns' is ending in September, that soap picked up three major acting awards.

Julie Pinson won her first Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actress for 'As the World Turns.' Her co-star, Michael Park, also earned his first Emmy honor for Outstanding Lead Actor. Meanwhile, the Outstanding Lead Actress trophy went to their castmate Maura West for her second win.

Another CBS winner was Billy Miller, who took the Emmy as Supporting Actor for 'The Young and the Restless.' He thanked his current show, as well as his former show 'All My Children.' The Younger Actor award went to 'B&B's' Drew Tyler Bell, while 'General Hospital' (ABC) actress Julie Berman won a second Emmy as Younger Actress.

'General Hospital' won the Emmy for directing, while Bradley Bell collected the Emmy for 'B&B's' writing team, thanking his late father Bill Bell in his speech.

Susan Lucci Chubby CheckerThe ceremony was filled with performances from Las Vegas performers like Cirque du Soleil and 'The Lion King' cast. Clark's tribute included The Spinners, Jersey Boys (doing Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons), Marie Osmond, Tony Orlando and Chubby Checker. And taped messages came from Garth Brooks, Simon Cowell, Cher, Donny Osmond, Frankie Avalon and Barry Manilow. "I was to thank all the artists and all the kids that appeared on 'Bandstand,'" Clark said, after all the performances and a heartfelt speech by Seacrest.

In the other two tributes, Jon Hensley and wife Kelly Menighan Hensley helped honor 'As the World Turns,' while Susan Lucci led the Lifetime Achievement presentation to Agnes Nixon, the creator of 'All My Children.'

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Dick Clark looked really great! I was worried about him right after his stroke, but looks like he is going so much better! :-D

June 28 2010 at 12:59 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

As a long time viewer of daytime tv, and an annual viewer of the awards, I was extremely disappointed in last nights show. While I was glad to see Dick Clark and Agnes Nixon receive long overdue recognition for their achievements, I was disappointed by the lack of acknowledgement shown to the iconic shows and performers that we've lost and will be losing this year, most notably, Helen Wagner and Frances Reid, just to name two. These two women were maintays of their shows and both are now lost to an industry that they literally gave their lives to. The producers of this event did a great disservice to their viewers by not acknowledging these two icons. I hope that the powers that be won't make the same mistake next year.

June 28 2010 at 11:49 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to sheila's comment

shelia, you are so right on the money, can not believe they forgot these (2) icons. big shame on them...............=(

June 30 2010 at 2:13 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Gina Wilhelm Actress

That's a lot of folks who deserve awards. A personal shout of joy for "Cash Cab" and Ben Bailey, and I'm SO glad Dick Clark gets a tribute tonight!


June 28 2010 at 12:08 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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