On the red carpet.
Welcome to part five of Soaps.com's 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Red Carpet interviews. Stars from "General Hospital," "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" stopped by to chat on their way into the awards ceremony. Find out what they had to say about their characters and respective shows below.
"General Hospital's" Andrea Bogart (Abby):
Soaps.com: Is this your first Emmys?
Andrea: Yes. I'm accompanying my girlfriend Elizabeth Hendrickson [Chloe] from "Y&R." We're each other's dates tonight.
Soaps.com: I love your dress. Where did you find it?
Andrea: I actually got it at this really great vintage shop that Lizzie took me to.
Soaps.com: Who are you rooting for tonight?
Andrea: Of course, my little partner in crime, Chad Duell [Michael]. And everyone whose nominated from "GH." It's such a pleasure to work on the show. I'm so excited to be a part of it.
Soaps.com: I talked to Chad earlier and he said your characters will be in a new environment.
Soaps.com: Away from the mob?
Andrea: Away from the mob. It's not airing yet, but we have a little better job under our belt right now. We don't know how long it's going to last, but right now it's working for us.
Soaps.com: You're getting more into the Quartermaine realm, right?
Soaps.com: Fans like to see that.
Andrea: Yes. We're excited. It's been a lot of fun. We've got a lot of work with John Ingle [Edward] lately, so it's cool.
Soaps.com: So, are Michael and Abby going to last? Going to stick it out for awhile?
Andrea: I mean, so far it's looking good. So, we'll see what happens.
Soaps.com: Do you gamble?
Andrea: I don't gamble. I've actually had some friends celebrating birthdays here this weekend too, so there's been a big group of us here. It's been a fun weekend.
"One Life to Live's" Tuc Watkins (David):
Soaps.com: How are you doing?
Tuc: I'm excellent. I'm very excited that my friends Brian Kerwin (ex-Charlie) and Bree Williamson (Jess/Tess) might win. I'm handing out the Best Directing Osâ€¦uh, Emmy - It's not an Oscar. We don't do Oscars - with Melissa Archer [Natalie]. And "One Life to Live" is nominated, so I'm hoping they win. [The following was said in what I could only assume was a tongue-in-cheek tone] The final six months of "One Life to Live" are going to be the most exciting six months in their 44 years. Things are going to blow up. People are going to die who aren't supposed to die. It's going to go out on a par with "Little House on the Prairie."