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Amelia Heinle (Victoria) of Young and Restless and winner in the Best Supporting Actress category said that she is a nervous wreck. "This is amazing. My mouth is dry. I wasn't prepared, and I'm shocked. (kissing her Emmy). I'm so grateful to everyone."

Bold and the Beautiful's Carla Mosley (c)Soapdom/LMS

Lee Phillip-Bell (co-creator of Young and Restless) and also Emmy winner for Outstanding Daytime Drama walked the Red Carpet and I may add looking ravishing, said this is to good to be true. "I have been to many events and have won many awards, but here at Warner Bros is great! There is something about the magic here."

Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki) of Young and Restless and former Emmy nominee, looking gorgeous in a beautiful black dress said that it is about showing support. "I'm here for my actors. We work hard all year, and this is our night to shine. I may add what I see this year, I love!"

Hunter King (Summer) of Young and Restless who won for Outstanding Younger Actress was in awe and just kept starring and petting the statue. "Oh my God! This is gorgeous. I can't believe it. I love my job and coming to work everyday with the talented Y&R cast and crew."

Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier hosts of Entertainment Tonight, and Emmy winners for Outstanding Entertainment News Program said, they have a love for daytime TV. "I cannot even imagine TV without daytime," O'Dell said. Frazier agreed. "These are some of the most talented people on the planet of this earth, and Yes! We are grateful for our award."

Eight time Emmy winner, Anthony Geary (Luke) of General Hospital and winner again this year for Outstanding Lead Actor said, each Emmy is a joy to receive. "I have to tell you, I love this, but honestly I'm waiting for the Grandpa Award. I'm eternally grateful for this."

Maura West (Ava) of General Hospital, who won for Outstanding Lead Actress was so overcome with emotion, she had to contain herself. "I mean, why me (tears in eyes). I can't believe this," West said. "To everyone I am so grateful. To my kids, my family, my fans, this is for you."

General Hospital's Maura West was overcome with emotion at her win. (c)Soapdom/MEW

Brad Bell, Executive producer of Bold and Beautiful accepted the Emmy with his writing team, which won for Outstanding Drama Writing Team said this is truly an honor. "I love what I do. I love presenting this show to the fans, and from the bottom of my heart, I Thank You, and the best is yet to come."

After the ceremony the stars were all treated to a fabulous dinner on the back lot of Warner Bros, with the New York skyline setting. Again....magic was in the air, and it was one night, one group, of the most talented people gathered in Hollywood.

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42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

Emmy Winners, Days of our Lives tied with Young and the Restless for Outstanding Drama Series (c)Soapdom/MEW


Soapdom's Mark Edward Wilows and Marie Osmond (c)Soapdom/LMS

Young and the Restless' Kate Linder and... a happy gent! (c)Soapdom/LMS

A very proud and very preggo Lisa LoCicero from General Hospital. (c) Soapdom/LMS

Bold and the Beautiful's Jacob Young (c)Soapdom/LMS

And before we go  -- we just had to share our very brief, but quite fun interview with Young and the Restless' Sean Carrigan.  Talk about keeping one in "stitch" es. Carrigan shares with Soapdom his latest professional goals!  :)


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