EMMY 2005 ~ Presenters Announced


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Who is at the podium this year?

Three Icons to Open the Show!

The 32nd Annual Daytime Emmys will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall and televised on the CBS network on Friday, May 20, 2005.  This year, in an elaborate turn of events, dick clark productions has recruited not one, not two, but three daytime megastars -- Eric Braeden (Victor, Y&R), Deidre Hall (Marlena, DOOL) and Susan Lucci (Erica) to open the show.

"Eric, Deidre and Susan are daytime drama legends and we're honored to have them kick off the festivities," said Al Schwartz, producer, dick clark productions. "Every year we try to do something different and exciting and this year is no exception. It's going to be a spectacular evening."

The following have been announced as presenters:

All My Children’s Rebecca Budig (Greenlee), Justin Bruenig (Jamie) and David Canary (Adam/Stuart)

As the World Turns’ Mark Collier (Mike), Terri Colombino (Katie), Trent Dawson (Henry), Grayson McCouch (Dusty), Michael Park (Jack) and Maura West (Carly)

Bold and the Beautiful's Lorenzo Lamas (Hector)

Days of our Lives’ Kirstian ALfonso (Hope), Drake Hogestyn (John), Peter Reckell (Bo) and Alison Sweeney (Sami)

General Hospital’s Rick Hearst (Ric) and Kelly Monaco(Sam)

Guiding Light’s Beth Ehlers (Harley), Ricky Paul Goldin (Gus), Gina Tognoni (Dinah) and Laura Wright (Cassie)

One Life to Live’s Michael Easton (John), KAMAR de los Reyes (Antonio) and Robin Strasser (Dorian)

Passions’ Justin Hartley (Fox), Lindsay Hartley (Theresa) and McKenzie Westmore (Sheridan)

The Young and the Restless’ Peter Bergman (Jack), Sharon Case (Sharon), Shemar Moore(Malcolm) and Victoria Rowell (Dru).

More presenters will be announced as they are confirmed.

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