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8 May 4th, 2017 ICYMI WATCH: The 44th Annual Daytime Emmys!

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For those who had trouble viewing the live-stream of The 44th Annual Daytime Emmys on Sunday night, now you can view the entire broadcast via replay on NATAS’ official You Tube channel!

Hosted by The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood and and Extra’s Mario Lopez, make sure to check out the Emmy-winning moments of Lead Actress, Gina Tognoni of Y&R, Lead Acto,r Scott Clifton of B&B, Outstanding Drama Series, General Hospital, as well as Supporting Actor for Steve Burton, and Supporting Actress for Kate Mansi, and more.

The evening also featured other moments and highlights including: an opening number to “Seasons of Love”  from the Tony-Award winning musical Rent featuring the singing talents of: GH’s Robert Palmer Watkins, DAYS Nadia Bjorlin and Eric Martsolf, B&B’s Reign Edwards, Karla Mosley, and Jacob Young, and Y&R’s Tristan Lake Leabu.

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The ceremonies, executive produced by David Michaels and Michael Levitt, also featured the DaphenyLand Basset Rescue who brought 52 dogs to the stage to help Lucky Dog’s Brandon McMillan present the Younger Actor in a Drama Series Award to Bryan Craig (Ex-Morgan, GH).

Later in the show former Y&R star Max Ehrich (Fen) performed Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”" for the “In Memoriam” Tribute.

In addition, Susan Lucci returned to the Daytime Emmys anchoring the tribute to iconic All My Children and One Life to Live creator, Agnes Nixon, which included a video package featuring many notables from the two shows history produced by Michael Fairman.

As well, Katherine Kelly Lang and John McCook, the longest running cast members of The Bold and the Beautiful, introduced the B&B 30th anniversary montage to the hit song, “Scars To Your Beautiful” from Alessia Cara, produced by Fairman.  Following the clip montage the entire current cast took to the stage for a very special bow.

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After the jump watch The 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards uninterrupted!

Then let us know what you thought of the ceremonies: Who’s win were you most excited about it? Who’s win were you most surprised about?  What did you enjoy in the show? What didn’t you like? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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  1. Patrick says:

    here’s my Saturday night

    i’m looking forward to seeing the tribute to Agnes Nixon… w/ ooh la la Susan Lucci

    Kate Mansi’ WIN

    I forgot this past Sunday… was trying to watch 2 hours in to the “live” feed.

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    Patrick replied

    Kelly Monaco looked a fright.

    I truly do not think she gives a damn what she does.

    baring her breasts … and oh so tired look with a pony tail

    she’s milking GH for what it’s worth. time to give her the heave ho

    her onscreen and offscreen presence. overkill

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    Patrick replied

    Agnes Nixon

    All My Children was my first serial… which I chose… over GH. and it will forever have a place in my heart…. after As the World Turns… All My Children

    the great and the least
    the rich and the poor

    the weak and the strong
    in joy and sorrow
    in tragedy and triumph

    you are all my children

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    Patrick replied

    Kate Mansi

    all I have to say for a newbie… moving

    head up.. backbone strong

    this was indeed an affirmation of range

    a walk all your own.. that you earned !

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    Patrick replied

    i’m still proud of Bryan Craig

    The Corinthos clan @GH is lost

    they have no focal point.. we are stuck with … Sonny and Carly trying to reinvent themselves

    to no avail.. they are dull
    Michael is beyond help

    I hope they get a divorce

    i’m glad Bryan Craig is out and about flying in his own world. GH and the Corinthos clan are combusting

    YES

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  2. JE says:

    I watched it live on FB and the highest number of viewers I saw was 25M and then later it went down to at least 22M. Interesting to notice! I’m assuming we’d have to add Twitter numbers to it to get real numbers?

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  3. Joanne Cecere says:

    That was great…thanks for putting it on for us who were having problems with the live stream………Agnes Nixon tribute was the best! Good show

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  4. Kevin says:

    Thanks for posting this. It was well done & a respectable presentation of daytime talent – and fun to watch!

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