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Monday, August 31, 2009

Hot News 36th annual Daytime Emmy Awards 2009: Winners Are?


Yesterday saw the 36th annual Daytime Emmy Awards take place in Los Angeles, with Vanessa L. Williams as its host. And it was aired for the first time on television on The CW. The idea of the Daytime Emmy Awards is to recognize excellence in American daytime television programming.

And Associated Press has a full list of this year’s winners. The Best Drama Series award went to “The Bold and the Beautiful,” with the Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series going to Christian LeBlanc, from “The Young and the Restless.” The Best Morning Program award went to “Good Morning America.”

The Best Game Show Host went to Meredith Vieira, for “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.” There were plenty of other great awards given out, which included the Lifetime Achievement Award. That was given out to “Sesame Street.” More winners can be seen below.

Winners of Daytime Emmy Awards presented at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles:

Drama series: "The Bold and the Beautiful."

Lead actress in a drama series: Susan Haskell, "One Life to Live."

Lead actor in a drama series: Christian LeBlanc, "The Young and the Restless."

Supporting actress in a drama series: Tamara Braun, "Days of Our Lives."

Supporting actor in a drama series (tie): Vincent Irizarry, "All My Children," and Jeff Branson, "Guiding Light."

Younger actress in a drama series: Julie Berman, "General Hospital."

Younger actor in a drama series: Darin Brooks, "Days of Our Lives."

Game-audience participation show: "Cash Cab."

Game show host: Meredith Vieira, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."

Talk show-entertainment: "Rachael Ray."

Talk show-informative: "The Tyra Banks Show."

Talk show host: Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters, "The View."

Morning program: "Good Morning America."

Directing in a drama series: "One Life to Live."

Writing in a drama series: "General Hospital."

Performer in a children's series: Kevin Clash, Elmo in "Sesame Street."

Lifetime achievement: "Sesame Street."

By The Associated Press.

Original Source Google News

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